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Peggy Thompson & Ralph posted on 10/15/19

One of the nicest people you would ever want to meet. Honored to have known him.

 

Cindy Henson Wert posted on 10/15/19

To Wilda's family: Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mother, grandmother and great grandmother. I have wonderful memories of her from when I was a teenager. I know you will miss her greatly and may it give you some comfort to know I am keeping you all close in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Cindy Henson Wert

 

Rio recycling posted on 10/15/19

Man I member back in the days of CB radio's when me you and Marshall and Dave tossing used to drink those cold beers and raise hell......when you get up stairs buddie tell ole mud puppy where thinking about all the loved ones we lost in such a short time my thoughts and prayers go out to the family in this time of need..........

 

Rio recycling posted on 10/15/19

James,jamie,kathy really sorry to hear about the loss of your mom and wife.......my thought go out to ya in this time of need

 

Trish posted on 10/15/19

Wonderful swim team memories come to mind! Prayers for the family

 

Víctor Hugo Ramírez Rodríguez posted on 10/14/19

My Friend Janet We know that her spirit will continue with us and every time we meet it will be impossible to stop missing you and remember the good moments that you always gave us with your good humor and jovial character. Friend, go calmly to your new life, we will learn to accept your departure and we will always watch over yours to find resignation. ” All my love Whit Michael Collins Michelle Fransen and Jennifer Collins I love you guys ❤️❤️❤️🌹🌹🌹🌹😭😭😭🌹🌹🤓🍺🍸🌹

 

 

Jody, John Vallario and family posted on 10/14/19

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

 

 

Brandy Williams posted on 10/13/19

Praying for dannys family

 

Vickie Taylor posted on 10/13/19

You were a great friend to me many years ago...and we lost touch over time..I have missed seeing your beautiful smile and the talks we shared!You will never be forgotten Sweet Lady !remembered always with Love...R.I.P.with the Angels ...

 

Vickie Taylor posted on 10/13/19

You were a great friend to me many years ago..and I have never forgotten you! I have missed seeing that beautiful smile..and talking with you...R.I.P.Sweet Lady ..you were one of a kind...

 

Brandy Ruffner posted on 10/12/19

Ricky you will be missed! May god ease this painful period for all that loved you! Sending prayers and love to Shannon and kids!

 

Melissa DeHaven posted on 10/12/19

Joan and family so sorry for your loss. May god be with you in your time of need

 

Audrey Lester posted on 10/12/19

Michelle,Jeff, Sheila I so wish I could be with you in this time of sorrow. I'm in GA. Your Mom and I had a lot of great Year's together. Your in my prayers. Love to all.

 

 

Brenna posted on 10/12/19

My condolences to the family RIP u will be greatly missed

 

 

Nicole Lambert posted on 10/12/19

You're going to be really missed. You were an amazing woman.

 

Audrey Lester posted on 10/12/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love to all

 

Audrey Lester posted on 10/12/19

Michelle,Jeff,Sheila I was so sorry and surprised to hear of Wildas passing. I wish I could be there but we are in Georgia right now. We spent a lot of great Year's together.

 

Carolyn Patrick posted on 10/12/19

A wonderful lady and sister in law. Always a smile for all and a loving person. Love, hugs and prayers for all her children and family.

 

connie Harris posted on 10/11/19

hey baby brother my heart is broken I know you in a better place I am going to be fine tell daddy I said hey love u all ways

 

Larry Hottle posted on 10/11/19

Buddy was a dear friend, class act! Rest In Peace Buddy!

 

Bonita(M cCauley)Miller posted on 10/11/19

JAMES SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR WIFE. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY!

 

 

Samantha oldaker posted on 10/11/19

You will be greatly missed your great nephew will hear a lot about how wonderful you are.

 

Bev Shanholtzer posted on 10/11/19

He was my little buddy-- many.years ago-- until he became a man. Lots of good memories. I sure will miss him. Prayers for Shannon and the kids. Love, Aunt Bev

 

 

Big Block posted on 10/11/19

My friend, you will be missed so much by so many. I am so very sorry I missed your birthday you old fart . You taught me so much about forgiveness and caring for everyone . I have watched you take in stray people, and animals and show love and care for so many . This hateful world will be darker without your light. Until we meet again I will try to help like you did. I will help Shannon to the best of my abilities to watch over little Block aka Tank and all those you loved. Love you man. Miss you.

 

 

Patricia Wilfong posted on 10/11/19

Rest in Peace Ricky, you will be so missed.

 

Lynn Altizer-Shue posted on 10/11/19

Michelle, Jeff, and Sheila, From my family to yours, please accept our heartfelt condolences. I can’t imagine what you must be feeling right now, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Take one day at a time and remember her bright beautiful smile. Wilda will be greatly missed, till we meet again.

 

 

Joan Johnson posted on 10/11/19

Amy and family. Jimmy and I are heartbroken for you all. Praying for strength for each of you during these days ahead.

 

 

John Michael Strickler posted on 10/11/19

Rest In Peace Dad. Love you.

 

James & Mary McFarlane posted on 10/11/19

So sorry for your loss

 

Niesha (Nikki) posted on 10/11/19

Danny, you are missed. Be comfortable and help Jesus perfect your family. We love you.

 

Niesha (Nikki) posted on 10/11/19

Danny, you are missed. We keep you in our hearts and prayers. Be comfortable now and you help Jesus protect your family. We love you.

 

Boo (Andrea Hernandez) posted on 10/11/19

God please give his family strength. Please accept my condolences ❤

 

Dick and Sandi Hentz posted on 10/11/19

Jeff, Elaine and Family, We’re so glad we got to meet your Mom at your Labor Day picnic! We look forward to hearing your memories about her....

 

Dick and Sandi Hentz posted on 10/10/19

Jeff, Elaine and Family, We’re so glad we got to meet her at your Labor Day picnic. We are so sorry for your loss!

 

The Renners posted on 10/10/19

Jeff, Elaine and Sydney, we are so sorry to here of her passing. We are praying that your memories will ease your grief. We’ll be thinking of you all in the coming days. Sending our love.

 

Carolyn Settle posted on 10/10/19

Charlie was a kind and gentle man. Will miss him at the senior center

 

Jim Gober posted on 10/10/19

A beautiful lady. I feel fortunate to have known her even briefly. She will be dearly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all of Wilda’s family as you deal with your loss.

 

Clint posted on 10/10/19

Sorry to hear of your loss. Wilda worked with my mom and people always said they looked like sisters, I can see it now looking at her photo. I pray that you have the peace that passes all understanding until you meet again. She was always very nice to me when I went to work with my mom.

 

 

Donna Houghton posted on 10/9/19

Beautiful Lady, with a smiling face. Until we meet again

 

Brenda Brooks posted on 10/9/19

My prayers are with you Michelle. It’s hard to loose a mother.

 

Pat and Randy Collins posted on 10/9/19

Michelle, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in your time of lose. We know how much she meant to all of you. The times we spent with you all was precious and never to be forgotten. Your mother was a special lady. We will continue to lift you up in prayer!

 

Susan Garrett posted on 10/9/19

Michelle, Sheila, Jeffrey, I have lovely memories of all of you, and of time spent with Wilda. My best wishes to all the family, who I know I missing this lovely lady with you. Much love!

 

Frank Patrick posted on 10/9/19

So sad to hear of Aunt Alice's passing, I've so many wonderful memories of her and Uncle Ray. Holding all of you in our hearts. Love you.

 

Frank Patrick posted on 10/9/19

I've so many wonderful memories of Uncle Ray and Aunt Alice. When we visited their farm as children, Uncle Ray always told us "If you get hungry, just holler Aunt Alice, I'm haungry!"... and Aunt Alice would feed us, of course. So sad to hear of her passing, but now she and Uncle Ray can be together again. Holding you all in our hearts. Love to you all.

 

 

Carol Bryant-Martin posted on 10/9/19

Miss you, Chrisi.

 

Debby Copley posted on 10/8/19

Sheila and Michelle...My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. Your mom was a great person. Sorry for ypur loss.

 

Jeanne Harrison posted on 10/8/19

My sincere condolences. God called home a good one. He is and will always be sorely missed

 

BJ posted on 10/8/19

A wonderful lady, friend and always someone to joke with, dish the daily gossip and just have plain 'ol fun... I will cherish her memory and hold her close in my heart...

 

Tim Sorg posted on 10/8/19

While we never met Chris in person, we thought of her often, praying for her health, talking to her on the phone, and following her battle closely. She was an inspiring person, finding ways to smile even as the pain and frustration of fighting cancer persisted and worsened. We are sure she's in Heaven and reunited with her dad.

 

Amanda Mills APM Inn and Suites posted on 10/7/19

Forever remembering your smile and small talks. So glad I got a chance to get to know you

 

Bob Swavely posted on 10/7/19

I served with Bill (stubby) back in Oklahoma in the early sixties! I wish I had used this technology years ago to contact him! He talked about his girl Ann quite a bit!

 

Robert Swavely posted on 10/7/19

I served with Bill at Fort Sill, Ok. I wish I had used this technology earlier! He spoke of his Ann very much!

 

Stephanie Mathis posted on 10/6/19

Chris was one my sister's closest friends. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. I understand Chris' son Harrison is a remarkable young man. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Stephanie Mathis (Melanie Zorb's sister)

 

Cindy Trump posted on 10/6/19

ALICE WAS A VERY LOVING PERSON SHE WILL BE MISSED

 

Kathy Schroader posted on 10/6/19

Alice had a great influence on the lives of all she touched. She was always ready for any adventure that came her way. She was the rock for her family and will be missed greatly by all who new and loved her. Rest In Peace Alice you have finally gone home.

 

Teresa Sharp posted on 10/6/19

Alice was an awesome woman and aunt. My prayers are for all the family.

 

Pat Stotler Brown posted on 10/5/19

I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

 

 

Lorrie & James Atkinson posted on 10/5/19

Nanny We were so lucky to have you in our family life's! We Loved you dearly and have fond memories. God has gain a new angel. God znless the Patrick family, love and hugs to all.

 

Kathleen Hardison posted on 10/5/19

So sorry for your loss. I know your brother meant a great deal to you. My prayers are with you.

 

 

Betty posted on 10/5/19

Heaven just got a little more beautiful❤️

 

Bonnie Cornwell posted on 10/5/19

Our deepest sympathy and love for the family of precious Chris. Our hearts are broken by this loss. Bonnie and Christie Cornwell and Katherine Cornwell McHargue

 

Israel "Izzy" Gallihugh posted on 10/5/19

I really so much enjoyed our games of Trivia crack . And I'm so sad to know that you are gone & have taken your beautiful smile with you. Until we meet again..fly high my friend & may God bless your journey and your soul. You will be greatly missed.

 

 

Charlotte A Morris posted on 10/4/19

I always enjoyed seeing Christi and her special little dogs when she visited across the street with Bruce and Kathi. She was such a beautiful girl and always with a friendly, warm smile. I am so terribly sorry to lose such a nice friend.

 

Esther Layman posted on 10/4/19

I learned to know about Philip in the last couple of years thru his sister Pam. Though I only met him in person once,-maybe 2 months ago- he was a real gentleman and he did tell me that he loved to cook and especially to grill. I was hoping we could enjoy that experience together sometime. I pray that God's grace sustain each of you through this time of loss and that he bring you close together as a family.

 

Gary and Margaret Nichols and family posted on 10/4/19

Our hearts are breaking for all of you. Her smile, laughter and wit will be so missed. She was a beauty soul. God bless you all.

 

Reginald coulbourn posted on 10/4/19

I was a classmate at James Wood with Phil , sorry to hear of your loss , Ann Turner Coulbourn

 

Jeanne F Will posted on 10/4/19

My prayers are with you in your time of sorrow.

 

Joy LaFollette posted on 10/4/19

With deepest sympathy and love to the LaFollette family

 

MARIE AMMONS posted on 10/4/19

My thoughts and prayers are with all the Family.

 

Billy and Penny Conner posted on 10/4/19

Praying for all of you at the loss of Phillip.

 

Anne W Carroll posted on 10/3/19

I remember Tom very well from the years his children were at Seton. He was a great supporter of the school, and a wonderful example of what a husband and father should be. I will always be grateful that he and Anne sent their children to Seton and that they participated actively in the life of the school. Anne, Kevin,Teresa, and Kathleen: You have suffered a great loss,but you can be confident that he is closer to you now than even when he was on earth. May he rest in eternal peace

 

Don Sutton posted on 10/3/19

Kacey - As the class ambassador for RMA's class of 1964, we want to express our condolences for your loss. I know Doug maintained a friendship over the years with a number of classmates in the local area, but the camaraderie and friendship of others in the class doesn't go away due to distance and time. We share a bond and will miss Doug as part of that heritage. I'm sure he has left an unforgettable legacy for those grandchildren. Our best to you and your family.

 

Linda Funk Brown posted on 10/3/19

So sorry to hear of Phillip's passing. I had not seen him for years but I remember always seeing him out in his parent's yard working on lawn mowers with his Dad.

 

 

Mary Ann Everhart posted on 10/3/19

Paul paul, we surely do miss you... we will never forget you. No more pain and suffering you are now free and flying high with the angels. Love you Buddy

 

Donald and Betty Spaid posted on 10/3/19

Jenny, Jill and Jake so sorry to hear of Larrys' passing. He was an old friend and he will be missed.

 

Wayne Worrell posted on 10/3/19

I met Mr McCabe when I was about 6 years old. Throughout the years he has always been someone who I admired and respected. I could remember as a young boy he would come to my house by subway and get me and bring me to his house in Greenlawn NY. He and Mrs McCabe treated me as if I was a second son. I’ll alway remember his sense of humor. I could always count on him for laughs. I know the things I heard him say shaped my life in a positive way. I’ll always remember going fishing, the fishing stories and the times camping upstate. It was truly a privilege to have known him. I know things will be different without him and he will be missed. “Weeping may come in the evening, but in the morning there is a joyful cry” Rest well.

 

 

Dale and Bonnie Carpenter posted on 10/3/19

We are so saddened. May he rest in peace. Our condolences go out to the family.

 

Sharon Arries posted on 10/3/19

The first time I met Christine was at Ernst&Young. She was the only other admin that was closest to my age. At the time, I was very shy, it took me a few times walking by her desk to introduce myself. There was always an aura that radiated from Christine. You could tell that she was a very kind soul. Another memory I have of Christine is shortly after she had Harrison. Her and I have talked about this memory many times because it was so vivid in my mind. She snuck baby Harrison into this storage area. He was probably about 8 weeks old. There was not one admin at their desk. We were all in the storage area taking turns holding him. I remember he was wearing a baby blue jumper and had this full head of hair and chunky cheeks. I have so many other memories of her. She never lost that aura though. Heaven gained an amazing angel.

 

 

cathy white johnson posted on 10/3/19

I remember Phillip from Highview elementary school in Stephens City. Sending Prayers to his family.

 

Tom Kay posted on 10/3/19

God, needed another angel and choose you, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your many loved ones... Please watch over us and guide us...

 

 

Katrina Munch posted on 10/2/19

I am so thankful I had the opportunity to meet Rona. Every day I worked with her made my life just a little bit brighter. From watching Jeopardy, eating Klondike bars even though we both knew we probably shouldn't have been eating them, to just sitting there talking all night about our lives with Daisy waiting awake for her mom to go to bed. Those memories with Rona will always have a place in my heart and she will be greatly missed.

 

 

Shannon Wilt posted on 10/2/19

A beautiful precious angel gone to soon...

 

Sarah Demaio posted on 10/2/19

Your mommy loves you very much and I know you will never be forgotten beautiful girl I never got the chance to meet you and I wish I had your very loved here on earth I’m so sorry you had to leave your mommy she misses you but I’ll make sure she is okay fly high babygirl you will be missed and never forgotten

 

Bonnie Gail Lorenzen (Daugherty) posted on 10/2/19

Jill, Timmy and Bruce, I truly am sorry to hear for the loss of your dear Mother .. for many years we were neighbors. I am Bonnie Daugherty that lived next door to you on the Boxley Farm. God must have told me to find you and share my love to you all and God has opened his gates... I lost my mom and dad a few years ago. Love Bonnie

 

Mike Buser posted on 10/1/19

Mr. McCabe was counselor, mentor and friend to me for many of my late teenage years. He talked me out of some rash decisions, offered some ‘breathing room’ when I could use it, and, hosted many memorable times at his home in near Manassas and his cottage in Reedsville. I always thoroughly enjoyed conversations with Mr. McCabe and always learned from him. Despite having lost contact in later years, I will always have fond memories and a deep respect for this man. Farewell Mr. McCabe, until when we again meet, when I am know we will have a lot to talk about.

 

Ronnie Clevenger posted on 9/30/19

I am saddened to here of the death of one of the pillars of Highland Memorial Presbyterian Church. Miss Alice was a wonderful woman, strong in Faith and dedicated to the Lord. She lived a long life and will be missed. I will always remember her singing in the choir every Sunday. A dear friend of everyone in the church who touched a lot of lives. Now she is with our Lord and I look forward to seeing her again. I pray for comfort and blessings for the whole family.

 

Lenny Renner posted on 9/29/19

Kasey, Sandy and I are very sad to hear about Doug’s passing. We both have fond memories of the Big A days. We are out of town and couldn’t attend his life celebration, but wanted you to know you are in our prayers.

 

Lenny Renner posted on 9/29/19

Sandy and I were very sad to hear of Doug’s passing. Very fond memories from the Big A days. We wanted to come to his life’s celebration, but are out of town. Keeping you in our prayers.

 

Bonnie Mastel posted on 9/28/19

Sincere wishes of sympathy to Michael's family. As the daughter of his oldest sister, I remember visits to Grandma's house and uncle Michael's cheerful interaction with us. His surviving relatives will hold on to fond memories and believe in the time when we will meet again.

 

Dawn Webb Welch posted on 9/28/19

My condolences to the McCabe family. I have fond memories of Mr. McCabe. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Anke Vernimb posted on 9/28/19

I am so thankful that I met you so many years ago and enjoyed my visits very much. Thank you Rona, I will never forget you. Love Anke

 

Julie Bohrer Masse posted on 9/28/19

Jenny,Jake,and Jill,I was so saddened to hear about Larry's passing.My heart goes out to you all,We can never be prepared for the loss of a loved one,I pray the peace of God be with all of you,he will give you strength through his wonderful love to get you through this! Larry was a great man! "Jill after all these years since we became friends back in junior high school there was never a time I would see your dad that he didn't say hello or give me a big hug! We both will forever have great memories of our fathers" ! I love you all!

 

Harry and Vicki Windell posted on 9/27/19

Our deepest sympathies to the LaFollette family.

 

Debbie Allen Stamper posted on 9/27/19

To Jill, Bruce, Timmy, and family, It's been many years since high school, but I wanted to say that I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. May special and cherished memories ease your pain in the coming months and in the future. Blessings to everyone...Debbie

 

Debbie Macomber posted on 9/27/19

So sorry to hear of Larry's passing, Jenny, Jake and Jill, I think of you often, may God continue to bless you....

 

William Frye posted on 9/27/19

I have very fond memories of this truly beautiful lady. She was my first Sunday School teacher at Highland Memorial and we sang together in the church choir. She was a lady of great faith and always there for anyone that had a problem and needed to talk. Alice was a steadfast supporter of Highland Memorial and she will be greatly missed by that congregation.

 

 

Tristan posted on 9/27/19

I love you Dad. Thank you for being the best father a kid could have; we were blessed to have you in our lives. You will be missed but never forgotten.

 

Daniel and Tammy Morgan posted on 9/27/19

Sending prayers. Larry was a great landlord to us and he became a Great Friend. He is going to be missed.

 

T. Rezba posted on 9/27/19

I met ms lake over twenty five years ago when she and I were active in politics. She was focused, kind, and organized. My condolences on her passing.

 

Nancy & Wendell Meade posted on 9/27/19

Prayers and deepest sympathies to the family.

 

Mike Richardson posted on 9/27/19

Such a wonderful woman. Alice was my Sunday school teacher. Even at my young age I could tell she cared deeply for her class. She taught in ways that made scriptures easy to understand. Even as I grew older Alice continued to look out for me and kept me pointed in the right direction. I know Alice will be missed and what she did for me has never been forgotten.

 

Pam Maphis posted on 9/27/19

Mon and I are in shock I just talked with you on Saturday and told mom you all were doing well. Our prayers are with you all for God's comfort.

 

 

Jay & Barbara Grimm posted on 9/27/19

Larry Was A Great Friend And Always There To Give a Helping Hand. Wonderful Home Builder And One Of A Kind Personality. He Will Be Greatly Missed. Our Prayers For All The Family.

 

Laurie Johnston posted on 9/27/19

Sending lots of love and hugs to the Ziegler family! I know losing Mr Ziegler is very difficult for all of you. I will always remember my childhood being even more special since I had your family in it! Love to all of you!

 

Michael Barratt posted on 9/26/19

Tom McCabe had a profound affect of my life. Without his generosity I would no doubt be a different person. Back in the 1980’s he welcomed me, an English ne'er-do-well into his home with an open heart. My life was blessed by knowing him and I will never forget or fail to appreciate Tom McCabe’s kindness. It will always bring a smile to my face when I recall our 1980’s road trip to Saratoga with Anne, Teresa and Kathleen. Tom jokingly hollering now and again when things went wrong will be a lifelong happy memory. Always good days with Tom, I wish I could live them all again, but sadly I didn’t appreciate how special they were at the time. Thanks to Tom and Anne I have life long friends in the USA, particularly their son Kevin.

 

Mike Purtlebaugh posted on 9/26/19

Saddened to hear of Larry's passing. My prayers go out to his family.

 

Pat and Janie Morgan posted on 9/26/19

Kacey, It was really in shock to hear about Doug's passing. He was a great friend as we grew up together and attended RMA for the full five years. Janie's and my heart goes out to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Tina Smith McMullen posted on 9/26/19

Rita and family, So sorry for your loss. Being cousins we saw each other a lot when younger. Our moms(sisters) did things together. Remember coming to Broadway and gathering eggs or helping Aunt Elaine in the garden. I also remember the visits Donn Alan and family made to visit my Mom &Dad, Mary & Edgar..aka Gig. Donn will be missed by so many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire family. Tina Smith McMullen and family

 

JACQUELINE Largent posted on 9/26/19

Fly high on that mountain Janet, it was a pleasure to have known you.

 

JACQUELINE Largent posted on 9/26/19

 

Danny Riggleman posted on 9/26/19

HE WAS A GREAT MAN AND A TRUE OUTDOORS MAN. STRONG LOVE FOR FAMILY AND COUNTRY. HE WILL BE MISSED!

 

 

peyton obannion posted on 9/26/19

prayers for the family

 

Carol Kerns posted on 9/26/19

Jenny, I was so sorry to read this. Sending love and prayers, Carol Kay

 

JOHN D STRATHMAN posted on 9/25/19

Well Tom you will be missed, I will always be grateful that you were around to keep Kevin and I somewhat inline. Especially when we would find free Xmas trees or when I would run out of cigarettes. I Always had a good time down at Smith Point, fishing, cooking and eating whatever was caught. You always had great insight and kept the family first and together. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family in your absence. Rest in Peace my friend….

 

 

janet nesselrodt posted on 9/25/19

Thoughts and Prayers Lafollette Family,

 

 

Pamela Smith Lawrence-Brittingham posted on 9/25/19

I last saw Donn Alan & Rita at my father’ funeral 6 years ago. We talked about old times. We played together as kids. His Mom, Aunt Elaine was at our house often, usually and often on Saturdays. Sorry I did not keep up with him better. Rest In Peace, Donn Alan. Rita, Condolences to you & your family. Being a widow is hard.

 

Steve Eckard posted on 9/25/19

Thoughts and prayers to the family. I went to high school with Don. We would "run around" on Friday nights in the little white corvair. I also remember the 55 Chevy. Everyone liked Don.

 

Pam Kepley posted on 9/25/19

Hugs and Prayers Sorry for your loss

 

Jack and Jill Humphries posted on 9/25/19

Kacey - Jill and I are saddened by this loss. Doug was my oldest friend and I valued his personal friendship through many years. We cherish his memory and trust that the love of your many friends will help support you and the family in the coming days.

 

Tim Weir posted on 9/25/19

To the Fawley family; I got to know Donn through Shenandoah Motors. I bought many trucks from him over the years. I would stop by the dealership to just talk. He always made me feel as if I were part of the Shenandoah family. I considered him a friend. My thoughts and prayer are with all of you.

 

Linda Haines Strachan posted on 9/25/19

Susie, so sorry for your loss. I grew up with Strother and his family. You may not remember me. I am Brenda Haines Grill’s sister. Praying for you and your family during this very difficult time.

 

Linda Haines Strachan posted on 9/24/19

To all his brothers and sisters, so sorry for your loss. We all grew up together with one house between us on Orchard Ave. We spent lots of time together and had good times. May God keep you during this sad time.

 

Joyce waterman posted on 9/24/19

Always made me smile.

 

Sandra and Mike Parke posted on 9/24/19

Susie and family - We always looked forward to family events that included Strother as we were guaranteed a story that ended in a chuckle. He will always have a warm spot in our hearts. Love, Sandra, Mike, Natalie and Alex

 

 

Linda Vandergriff posted on 9/24/19

Remembering our Head Start Days

 

Bobby and Donna Williams posted on 9/24/19

Suzie and family, Donna and I loved Strother--the house he built for us, The time we got to spend with you both and the wisdom mixed with humor Strother provided in every conversation. We all should know with his untimely passing that shorts are now fashionable in heaven with Strother`s arrival.

 

Benjamin and Laura Beaver and family posted on 9/24/19

Dear Susan and Family, We were so sad to hear of Strother's passing. We did not know he was sick, and we hope he was not in pain. Ben spent the weekend talking about all his memories of Strother growing up, and even though I only met him twice I have plenty of memories too. He was a such a big personality with such a kind heart. We send you love and support, please know we are thinking of you this week and moving forward. With love, Ben, Laura, Katie, Luci and Oliver

 

Bobby and Crystal Jones posted on 9/24/19

Susan. Sorry for your loss. He was a great person. Crystal and Bobby

 

Katie Sisk posted on 9/24/19

Susan.. I am so sorry for your loss. May God strengthen you and your family during this time.

 

Larry & Sandy Cochran posted on 9/24/19

Jill, Tim, Bruce and family; We are so sorry to hear of Janet's passing and we are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Janet was a great neighbor and bus driver to us over the years. May all your wonderful memories be of some comfort to you in the coming days.

 

Lonnie Cullers posted on 9/23/19

Strother was a close friend and I send condolences to all the family. He will be missed.

 

Lonnie Cullers posted on 9/23/19

Lonnie Cullers

 

Susan and Larry LeMarr posted on 9/23/19

Susie,I don’t have the words to say to tell you how much I’m thinking of you and your family. Strother was one heck of a Man. His humor and the Love for his Family was what made that Smile he always had. Larry and I will always remember him in his tan shorts. Winter or Summer. Just please know our Prayers are with You and Your Family. Love to All❤️

 

Robert E. Dyer, Jr. posted on 9/23/19

So sorry to hear of Strother's passing. He was a great man and friend. Please know that you are in my heart and prayers.

 

Dottie (Hummer) Foltz posted on 9/23/19

David & Karen, I'm sorry for the loss of your brother. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Your back door neighbors, Max & Dottie

 

Russ and Emily Potts posted on 9/23/19

Emily and I are so sorry about the passing of Joy. She was a wonderful person and made such a huge difference – both as an educator and as a public official with her exemplary service to the Stephens City Town Council. We attended Handley together and we shared the love of our alma mater and all the great times we experienced there. Joy had a significant influence on so many of her students that I know carried over into their lives. Love and God bless. Sincere and heartfelt condolences. Your friends, Russ and Emily Potts

 

Eddie Nail posted on 9/23/19

Susie and family, Sorry for your lost. Even though we didn't see each other often I thought of him often and know he will be missed.

 

SGM Jared Stokes posted on 9/23/19

Just thinking about our time in Korea together, wont forget him.

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 9/23/19

Sorry for your loss. JWHS '58

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 9/23/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Frances Fortune posted on 9/22/19

So very sorry for your loss. Thinking of the family during this difficult time.

 

 

❤️ posted on 9/22/19

Miss and love you so much

 

BOB MCINTIRE posted on 9/22/19

Tuff as NAILS. I will miss him.

 

 

Jeff and Tammy Clowser posted on 9/22/19

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Barbara Holladay posted on 9/22/19

So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. We were Red Hat sisters and had much fun. She was always funny, ready for a good time and full of life. I'm glad for the memories we shared. Rest in peace.

 

Rhonda and Jerry Sargent posted on 9/22/19

We're so deeply sorry for your loss. Strother was a great person. Always had a great sense of humor and never had anything bad to say about anyone.

 

Larry L Adams Il aka Little Larry posted on 9/21/19

A sad day for a kind soul. Strother took me and my Brother at an early age to teach us what it means to be a good men. He taught us to be tough in challenging times and kind to those who where less fortunate in life. That message echo all my life as well as my philanthropy. I followed Strother in sports wrestling as District Champion, went into the Army and later Shepherd Football with the great coach Walter Barr. Although in time we drifted apart as old friends and family do in life my memories of his motivations and don’t quit Larry unless it is on your terms became my moral compass. Someone told me once that I would never go to college and Strother said don’t listen to them believe in yourself. After graduating from Harvard and later becoming a professor at Shepherd and Harvard University I contribute it my uncle don’t quit attitude. Susie and the girls have always been the kindness ladies I ever knew and will always be in my prayers. It is rare for a poor kid to get out of poverty but Strother lead the way for me and my Brother to follow. Forever grateful and we will join the great team in heaven one day. Say hi to Grandma and mom! ❤️

 

 

Cindy Henson Wert posted on 9/21/19

Sending our deepest sympathy. Strother was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. May it give you some comfort to know we are keeping you close in our thoughts and prayers. David and Cindy Henson Wert JWHS Class of '69

 

Robin Grenke posted on 9/21/19

Joy and I became friends while working together on a shared project in our Master's degree program while teaching at Handley. I still remember sitting around Joy's dining room table transcribing taped interviews and drinking glass after glass of iced tea. Many years and many memories later, we continued our friendship. I will miss chatting on the phone, meeting for lunch, exchanging cards & gifts, hearing Joy's laugh, seeing her smile. I will miss her friendship. Rest in peace, dear friend. I extend sincere sympathy to Scott and to Joy's sons and family.

 

Gregory Holsinger posted on 9/21/19

One of the nicest and most down to earth person I've ever known.So sorry for his family's loss.

 

[email protected] posted on 9/21/19

Dear Susan. Please accept our deepest condolences. We are so sad for you and your family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Pat and Art Warren

 

Sherleen Hall posted on 9/21/19

Sending my deepest sympathy for your loss.

 

[email protected] posted on 9/21/19

Susan. Please accept our deepest condolences. We are so sad for you and all your family. Pat and Art Warren.

 

Kay Russell Hicks posted on 9/21/19

Susie & girls. I am so very sorry to hear of Strother's passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts & prayers. He was truly a nice person.

 

Denny and Mary Herring posted on 9/21/19

Susie, we are so sorry for Strother's passing. We will always remember him fondly. He always made you feel at home no matter where you were. He was a very loving friend.

 

DENNIS L Herring and Mary posted on 9/21/19

Susie, We are so sorry to hear of Strother's passing. We will always remember him fondly! He always made us feel at home, no matter where it was.

 

 

Bobby and Donna Williams posted on 9/21/19

Strother built us a gorgeous home. A caring man who took pride in his little village in Granville Estates. We will miss you our friend

 

Joan Stevens Johnson posted on 9/21/19

Kacey, please accept my heartfelt condolences. Praying for you and your family.

 

 

James & Lisa Haines posted on 9/21/19

You will be missed and our family had the pleasure of knowing you for many years!

 

Tempe Simon posted on 9/21/19

Susie and family, I'm so very sorry to hear that Strother passed away. Sending prayers for you all. May you rest in peace Strother.

 

Bonita Blair LeMarr posted on 9/21/19

One of the funniest sweet fellows you would ever meet. Always had a smile and have never heard anyone say anything bad about this great man. You will be missed by many.

 

 

Suzie Wolford posted on 9/21/19

Gonna miss that smile and those jokes! ♥️

 

 

Judy walters posted on 9/21/19

You are now with the Heavenly Father

 

Greg and Tammy Rogers posted on 9/21/19

Strother was one in a million. He was so welcoming to our family and we have been so grateful to live in his beautiful community. We will always remember that little brown truck, that big smile and the friendly honk. It won’t be the same in Granville Estates without Strother. Prayers and hugs to all of you.

 

 

Lisa posted on 9/21/19

Will always remember your wonderful smile and how you always had a way of putting a smile on everyone's face... what a sweet, kind wonderful man!💔💔

 

 

Jim and Cindy Brown posted on 9/21/19

Jim welcomed us to the neighborhood over 45 years ago. He was caring and generous. Many times he brought us strawberries or veggies from his garden. Our prayer for Scott and Monte and their families is that they be comforted by all of their memories of him. We certainly will miss him.

 

David and Wanda King posted on 9/20/19

We sure will miss Strother’s big smile ! May you find peace now to know no more suffering for Strother ! Many memories we will keep in our hearts ♥️ David and Wanda King

 

Chris Snapp posted on 9/20/19

Uncle Strother, what can I say? You were very instrumental in my life! You taught me to measure twice and cut once. How to drive a 16-penny nail into a 2x4. How to work hard and play hard all those summers. Your character, work ethic, and inspiration cannot be replaced and will be always cherished. I will miss you very much! Love, Chris

 

 

David and Linda Ames posted on 9/20/19

We are so sorry to hear about your loss; our prayers are with you.

 

Tiffany Smelser posted on 9/20/19

Monte, We are praying for you and your family during this difficult time. Love, Scott and Tiffany Smelser

 

 

Julie Aemmer posted on 9/20/19

Thanks for welcoming us to your neighborhood and trusting us to take care of the first house you built ! You will be missed / John and Julie Aemmer

 

Julie Aemmer posted on 9/20/19

Susan and family - we are so very sorry to hear about Strother passing. Please know you are in our hearts and thoughts / John and Julie Aemmer

 

 

Vicki Grisko posted on 9/20/19

Aunt Janet will be deeply missed. She would call me at least once a week and talk. When I was growing up I spent many summers on the farm with Aunt Janet and Uncle Lucian . Janet was my second Mama. Rest In Peace Aunt Janet

 

Susan (Christianson) Bessette posted on 9/20/19

Doug, along with Kacey, was the angel neighbor God provided for our mother, Mary, who lives next door. Doug was always there with his winning smile and gracious ways to help Mom in her needs. He could fix anything and provided the skills and peace of mind for her. Doug was so generous with his time and talents, a true gift from the Lord. Thank you, Doug for your goodness and love thru the many years. God bless you. Have fun with the angels.

 

Sherri Jackson posted on 9/20/19

I will allows remember her service to the Town of Stephens City. I had the opportunity to work for Town Council for many years. And yes, I was also one of her students at Handley.

 

 

Kimberly Mercer posted on 9/19/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you. God lest you. I'm sorry for your loss.

 

Kimberly Mercer posted on 9/19/19

Monte Jamed and Collin, My thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless you.

 

David and Linda Ames posted on 9/19/19

We are so sorry to hear of your loss; our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Rita and Howard Carroll posted on 9/19/19

Mrs.Reed was a special lady.I loved to go over and visit with her as often as I could.I loved her as if she was a family member.I loved to sit and talk to her.Especially the Redskins and the Steelers.I will definitely miss those times we had.Our hearts and thoughts go out to you Jill,and the whole family.There never be a better friend than Janet.Rest In Peace dear friend till we see each other again.-Rita and Howard

 

Pat and Linda Connelly posted on 9/19/19

Our prayers to everyone in your family.

 

Medved Adele posted on 9/18/19

Mel and I are so very very sorry about Doug’s unexpected passing - the world has lost one of the truly good guys. I regret that we have not had the pleasure of spending much time with you two in the recent past, but the wonderful memories are as fresh as if they were yesterday.

 

Kelly Miller posted on 9/18/19

Our hearts are with you Kacey. Sending you much love. Kelly Miller and your BRH Family

 

David and Cookie Christianson posted on 9/18/19

So surprised and shocked to hear about Doug. He was such a good friend and neighbor. His smile and helping nature will be missed by all. I always looked forward to seeing and talking with him on our visits.

 

 

David and Cookie Christianson posted on 9/18/19

Doug was always there to lend a tool or a helping hand and always came with a smile. Always a good neighbor and friend.

 

Mickey Temple posted on 9/17/19

Jill, Bruce&Denise, Tim&Stephanie and families-sorry for your loss. Janet was a special lady. Hugs and prayers Mickey and Lorraine Temple

 

Tracy Benner posted on 9/17/19

I was Mr. Hounshell's neighbor, and have been all my life. I am going to miss him sitting on his porch that faces my house. Many evenings he spent there relaxing, napping, and watching the going-ons of the neighborhood. He was always willing to share his garden vegetables with my family and he loved to talk and catch up on news. I have good memories of when I was just a few years old and Mr. Hounshell visiting my parents and bringing us a treat to enjoy. He will be missed very much.

 

 

Valerie Rinker posted on 9/17/19

I will always be grateful to her for opening up her home for me so that I wouldn't have to change middle schools mid year. We also had some fun times at Bingo. Rest in peace Aunt Janet!

 

Sarah Secrist posted on 9/17/19

It still hits, even more with each passing day, I replay in my head all of our talks, all of our memories, they never get old, the pain of missing you never goes away, it doesn’t even fade in time, I’ve just had to learn to live with it.

 

Shelly Dyer posted on 9/17/19

Matt, I'm so sorry to hear about your Granddad. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Pearl Waxman posted on 9/16/19

Dear Nancy, I am thinking of you and our long-time relationship. Now all I can wish for you is to hope you have a long and healthy life with only happy and loving memories of your spouse. I know how much that relationship was an important part of your life. Enjoy your children and grandchildren. Your Long-Time friend, Pearl

 

Kay Hicks posted on 9/16/19

So very sorry to hear. Sending prayers for the family

 

Teri and Don Wismer posted on 9/15/19

Our thoughts and prayers for the entire family. Mr. Russell will be missed by many.

 

Donna and Gary Fernandez posted on 9/15/19

Uncle Glen was a strong, intelligent and witty man. He will be greatly missed.

 

Eddie Giles posted on 9/15/19

Glen was one of the finest men that I had ever known. I always respected his work ethic and the love that he had for his family. Glen and Judy would welcome anyone in their home at anytime and always make you feel loved. I will miss you and thank you for being my friend. May God bless Judy and the entire family.

 

Rachel newell posted on 9/15/19

Dear all the wonderful family of the one and only hubie, WAyne and I send you our most loving sympathy at this time of great loss. We hope to be there for his “ homecoming” celebration. May the lord bless each of you snd bring you peace. He was truly a “ one in a million”! In loving sympathy, Rachel ( price) Newell and WAyne

 

 

Rachel Wineman posted on 9/14/19

Love you, Granddaddy. You'll always be in our hearts.

 

Tom Prichard posted on 9/13/19

I was a childhood friend of Jerry's and we spent a lot of time hanging out together when we were in 5th, 6th and 7th grade. I was searching for him on the internet because the 50th reunion of our high school graduation is approaching. I am so sorry to learn that Jerry has died. Looking at this site, it looks like he had a good life, and had lots of family members who loved him. Well done, Jerry! My condolences to all who mourn his death. May God bless you all.

 

Judy Connelly posted on 9/13/19

So sorry to hear of Hubert's passing. I remember he and his beautiful family so well - when I was organist at St. James Episcopal Church in the late 70's and early 80's. He was always so supportive - sharing so many kind words. A real gentleman. Blessings to the family - as he was such a blessing to me and many others. Peace - Judy (Bush) Connelly

 

Betsy posted on 9/13/19

So sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Prayers for your family. What a life well lived!

 

Jill Wintersteen posted on 9/13/19

Gosh, Hubie, just like that, you were gone. My dad misses laughing with you and I miss joking around with you. You were a good sport and a fine gentleman. Our thoughts are with your family.

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 9/13/19

Sorry for your loss. Fabritech

 

Carla Baker posted on 9/13/19

So very sorry to read of Margaret's passing. Does not seem that long ago that we talked on the phone. Margaret was already working in the bookkeeping department at Farmers and Merchants Bank when I started there many, many years ago; and we worked together for many years. She was always very helpful to me and always very pleasant. She will be missed.

 

Roger Siefkes posted on 9/12/19

Hello Dennis - My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you grieve the passing of your mother.

 

Kelly A Neary posted on 9/12/19

I am very sorry for your loss. I have not met Mr. Wineman personally, however he was married to my mother's aunt. I learned a great deal about what an honorable man he was through the obituary. What a sad loss indeed! My father and I are praying for the family and we send our love. Our condolences, Kelly and Michael Neary

 

John Smith posted on 9/12/19

Wally was a true gentleman. if he was working on one of your projects, there were no worries if you messed up he would fix it. Wally was a real go to guy.

 

 

Cindy Bennett Wert posted on 9/12/19

Dear Dennis, Sending our sincere condolences on the loss of your Mother. May it help to know we are keeping you close in thought during this difficult time. Cindy Bennett Wert & David Wert (JWHS Class of '69)

 

 

Cindy Bennett Wert posted on 9/12/19

Dear Phoebe, Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your sister. May it give you some small comfort to know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Cindy and David Wert (Class of '69)

 

 

Twyla Reece posted on 9/12/19

Dianne, I know you are on a joyful journey.

 

Phil Lago posted on 9/12/19

RIP, Van. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Tosha Carter posted on 9/12/19

Rest in paradise! You will be missed.

 

Betsy posted on 9/11/19

Van was a true Professional in our Craft. I am so grateful To have worked with Van on many critical issues over the years.

 

 

Chris posted on 9/11/19

Miss you dad

 

Joan Funkhouser posted on 9/11/19

Wally was an excellent Sunday School Teacher and Luella was a joy to have in the choir. Thank you Wally for all you did for your family.

 

Linda Hindt posted on 9/11/19

I was not an extremely close friend of Wally, but I knew his sons. Especially Eric, if a reflection of his kindness was from his sons. Wally was a great man. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family.

 

lewis dehaven posted on 9/11/19

always helping others remaing a friend for many years

 

Debbie Hale posted on 9/11/19

Aunt Ruby I know you had a lot of loved ones waiting for you when you went home, I bet it was a great reunion.....I love you very much and you will be missed, I know I didn't keep in touch a lot but you were always in my prayers....love to Karen, Sparky, and Renea...….

 

Wes Spangler, Sr. posted on 9/11/19

You loved my mother and was a true friend to her, I will always remember your kindness and love, she loved you so very much and your little weekly notes meant so much to her. I will truly remember you in my heart, Rest In Peace

 

Shirley Brannon posted on 9/11/19

James, Ann and Claudia I was so sorry to hear of your moms passing. I remember may years with you all up there on the hill. You will know me by Shirley Renner. We always had so much fun and I remember how loving your mother was. I haven't seen you all for a long time but still have great memories.

 

Tim Weir posted on 9/11/19

Jim, My thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

 

Sherrie Keene posted on 9/10/19

We will miss you Aunt Ruby, you have been special lady in my life! I am sure you and Nanny had a great reunion! Prayers for family!

 

Kirsten & Michael Langley posted on 9/10/19

Just heard the sad news. We are so very sorry. She was a wonderful lady and a blessing to all who knew her. Jerry, we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Always down the road if you need anything.

 

Marty Harris posted on 9/9/19

Jack, Nancy , Kenny and I went to an Auction. I liked picture and other items of Elizabeth Taylor , made a bid and returned to my seat. Other bids were made and I raised. At the end of the Silent Auction , I had won. Someone had raised the bid to $20 ( and wrote my name in). I wonder who that was!!!!!!

 

Marie Sine posted on 9/9/19

Hi Eva..Hugh.Cathy and rest of family. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Billy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

 

 

Rick Wagner posted on 9/8/19

We’ll Remember all those happy trails, Until we meet again

 

Bill Forster posted on 9/8/19

Van was a good friend and a highly respected fellow worker.

 

 

Judi posted on 9/7/19

I remember going to "shop in Mom's freezers and she wasn't home. I asked Jackie for the key to the building and he went with me. That man filled two boxes and a bag with food and told me, Git on home before it thaws. I'll tell your mother you were here." They fed me a few times when I couldn't.

 

Tracy Hines posted on 9/7/19

To all of you who have loved & lost Mr. Heishman, Jenna Owens is a dear friend of mine.I want to send thoughts & prayers to ur family from me & mine. I hope ur fond memories will help heal ur heavy hearts. He has a strong mind in heaven now to watch over all of u & keep u safe! Watch for a little signs, I promise he will send them to all of u to let u know he is A OK!! All my love to you Jenna, Charlotte and ur loved ones!!

 

Ruby Austin posted on 9/7/19

With deepest sympathy. Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories. We were once office mates and she will be solely missed. My prayers will be with you, all. Sincerely. Ruby

 

 

Ruby Austin posted on 9/6/19

To The Alligood Family I worked with Barbara and we once upon a time was office mates. She was a joy to be around. Our careers went in two directions and I would only see her in the halls when passing by —-just long enough to say hi. Please know that she will be sorely missed. With my deepest sympathy— until grief recedes and peace sustains my thoughts and prayers will be with you all. Sincerely. Ruby

 

Dottie (Hummer) Foltz posted on 9/6/19

Pam and family, I'm so sorry for your lose. I only knew your Dad in regard to where he lived and seeing him mowing. Max and I waved when every we saw him. Take care my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

gaby wanless posted on 9/6/19

Oh judith i am so very sorry for you and your family's loss. He sounded like an incredible man and dad

 

Cheryl Coffman posted on 9/6/19

So sorry for your loss Victor and family . Out thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love , Cheryl & Tony Coffman and Phyllis Linaburg

 

Rebecca Carlyle posted on 9/6/19

Victor and family, Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time. I am here if you need anything. I know how hard this time can be since I lost mom last year. Rebecca Carlyle and family (Becky)

 

Jacquelyn Wrenn Ekblom posted on 9/6/19

Moe, You were in the hospital with my father when I was born. You are my Godfather. I'm so sad I didn't know about your death. I will Love and miss you always.

 

Meghann Brunberg posted on 9/6/19

Requiescat in pace. Prayers for the repose of her soul, and for the comfort of all who love her.

 

Carol Light & Family posted on 9/6/19

My memory is of the shared admiration and love for their mother/grandmother. She was a lucky lady to have you all in her life. Love and comfort

 

Sheri Donivan posted on 9/6/19

Love and prayers to Pam, Susie, and Chris. Gerald was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. His love of life and great sense of humor will be missed by many.

 

Phyllis Russell posted on 9/6/19

So sorry for your loss....my thoughts and prayers for the family

 

Mary Kay (Cleveland) Ryder posted on 9/6/19

May God bless your soul, Uncle Mike, and comfort your brother, sister, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and friends!! 😘🙏❤️

 

 

Mary Kay (Cleveland) Ryder posted on 9/5/19

Uncle Mike, we enjoyed visiting with you when we came to Florida with Christopher for baseball. You made time to watch his games with us. Your laughter was infectious! You are loved!!

 

Lisa Heironimus posted on 9/5/19

I remember him from the Livestock Exchange. My father in law was Manager there before his passing. You are in our hearts and prayers. Lisa, Drew and Lindy Heironimus

 

Wendy and Craig Anson posted on 9/5/19

Barbara was a good neighbor and she will be missed. We also enjoyed visiting with her and Wicket on their daily walk. Charlotte and the family are in our prayers.

 

Lynn Warner posted on 9/5/19

Whenever I think of your father, I think of music, banjos, smiles, and laughter. I know you all will miss him greatly.

 

Jim an Jennifer Alkire posted on 9/5/19

Our condolence to the family. RIP Barbara.

 

Todd Goldberg posted on 9/5/19

I just learned of Bill's death. It saddens me that the FAMS have not done more to help our own in the last 10 yrs. Rest in Peace

 

Susan Howard posted on 9/5/19

I am so sorry you have moved on and my sympathy to your family. You were so knowledgeable about so many things but I met you at Ft. Loudoun. You were so great at telling us all kinds of history about the fort and one of my fondest memories was going on a walking tour with you all around the fort. That was wonderful! I was not able to make it to your service today but you will not be forgotten. I am sure you are up in heaven now. Goodbye, Mr. Baker, and thank you so much for everything you did.

 

Bill and Barb Norton posted on 9/5/19

We will miss Barbara and Wicket passing by our home on their multiple walks up and down the block! Wicket would make Barbara stop so we could pet him, then we would talk about what was going on. She was a fun person, great lady and always a good friend.

 

Bill and Barb Norton posted on 9/5/19

We very much enjoyed Barbara and Wicket as they would stop by and we would chat several times a week on driveway or sidewalk. Wicket compelled her to stop for a hello too - not to be ignored! We will surely miss Barbara.

 

Al Neumann posted on 9/5/19

Love you Aunt Shirley, I remember meeting you for the first time, Carol brought me ( A NY city boy ) up to the country lol . You and Uncle Jimmy made me feel like family, I didn't want to leave. I know that you are no longer in pain and that you are at peace with the Lord. Reunited with the love ones that have gone on before you. One day we will see each other again, until then Rest in peace, love you Al Uncle Jimmy and the whole Payton Family remember we are always here and always will be if you need anything we love you All ....Al and Carol(Payton) Neumann

 

 

Rachel Wellinton posted on 9/5/19

You will be missed!💙

 

Marilyn White posted on 9/4/19

I am so sorry for your families loss.

 

Tangela. Brown posted on 9/4/19

Glenn I love you and miss you very much Tangela

 

Shana Jacobs posted on 9/4/19

Semaya was a precious child and it was an honor to be part of her journey and to get to know her wonderful family. Thank you for your trust and for sharing your precious little girl with me. I will remember her (and her asking for more singing!!) always.

 

Edlin Dokes-Byers(sissy) posted on 9/4/19

Love you daddy. you will always be missed

 

Margaret VanDerveer posted on 9/4/19

My heart goes out to the Carroll family. Gerald was a wonderful person. Always kind, fun and a fabulous gardener! Rest In Peace my friend.

 

 

Jenny S posted on 9/4/19

Loving thoughts and prayers for his family. He was such a kind man, he will be missed.

 

Teena Harman posted on 9/4/19

Rest In Peace. Pam, my heart goes out to you and your family. ❤️

 

Suzie Wolford posted on 9/4/19

Love you all Carroll family.

 

Suzie Wolford posted on 9/4/19

My second dad! God love him. Just as much of a smart ass as I was/am. Known him for 40 years. Cheers Gerald! You will be missed.

 

 

Suzie Wolford posted on 9/4/19

Suzie Shuler do you ever go home! ♥️ Nope

 

 

Carole Jones posted on 9/4/19

Prayers for your family!

 

Wilson H White III posted on 9/3/19

I thought the world of Dr. Morris, He gave me a chance to teach mathematics as an adjunct professor at my alma mater and for that I am most appreciative. He was a great friend. We traveled to math conventions in West Virginia and had a great time. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I considered him a mathematical genius. My sympathy to his wife and family. He was a great person and had the respect of all who knew him. W.H.S. White III

 

 

Rev. Dr. Victor Gomez posted on 9/3/19

Jane, may God embrace you into God's arms.

 

MKJ Client posted on 9/3/19

Norman Baker was an original. He was exciting and there was never a dull moment in his presents. We send our love to all the family, Alison and Marcel Arrouet

 

Karen (Hiett) McGraw posted on 9/3/19

There is nothing that compares to loosing your Mom. May God give your family Peace at this sad time. My prayers are with all of you!

 

D. Baker posted on 9/3/19

My dear Brother, I will miss you very much, and may your journey through Space, and to Heaven be one of the of greatest of your rocket rides. Have a wonderful journey . . . Another STAR is born ! Your brother, Donald Ray

 

Carol Wenrich posted on 9/3/19

I have so many fond memories of aunt Doris as we took the family camping for numerous years and visited her and uncle tony. She was one special lady. Sending hugs and prayers to the family

 

Annette and Leo St.Hilaire posted on 9/1/19

Gerald was a great man, loving husband, and father and grandfather. He was a great friend to a lot of people. He will be missed by all. Rest In Peace my friend

 

Frankie and Susan Heskett posted on 9/1/19

Praying for comfort at this time of sadness and loss.

 

Frankie and Susan Heskett posted on 9/1/19

Praying for comfort for all of you during this time of loss.

 

Louis G Swidowski posted on 9/1/19

I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Baker on the 2014 Braddocks Road Preservation Buss tour. I remember sitting next to each other at Braddock's Battlefield History Center, and he taking the time to talk to me, patiently answering my remedial questions about General Braddock. I also remember him telling me "We are all students of history". I took that moment to ask him to sign my copy of his book, he wrote: To Louis "On the Battle Field" Norman Baker. I'll always keep that memory and that day I spent learning a shared passion. RIP Norman Baker

 

Brenda posted on 9/1/19

I met Mrs. Payton at the hospital. She was the sweetest person. I will miss her. Our last visit she asked if I knew the Lord and that she wanted to spread his word. I do believe in the Lord and I know that he has a special place for Mrs. Payton.

 

Don F. Hamilton posted on 9/1/19

I will forever treasure my memories of Norman Baker and always remember the times with him studying Braddock's campaign on the bus tours and his talks at the many programs I was lucky to attend when he spoke. He was a gentleman in every respect and a dedicated student of American history second to none. His book has a special place in my collection of books about the Braddock campaign and a ready reference when I need it, now and always. Thanks, Norman, for all you did to help our understanding of this most important event. I'll never walk any part of the trail or read about the campaign without thinking of you.

 

Charles (Eugene to family) Buseck posted on 9/1/19

I loved Aunt Doris. Wish I could make it. I'm stuck here in SC.

 

Charles (Eugene to family) Buseck posted on 9/1/19

I loved Aunt Doris. Wish I could be there. Stuck here in SC.

 

 

Vickie Summerlin posted on 8/31/19

I met Shirley and her husband at karaoke. She was such a nice person and loved to get out with her husband to sing amongst other things when time permitted. Altho I didn't know her very well, I know she was a Godly woman and now she is at peace with Him, no longer the suffering , the struggle. Rest now in peace Shirley, prayers to your family and friends,

 

 

Kevin and Julie steele posted on 8/31/19

What a great Lady she will always be Grandma Shirley to my family♥️

 

 

Ty posted on 8/31/19

RIP Sweet Semaya!

 

Jerri Bishop posted on 8/31/19

I met Shirley at the Fot Ashby Baptist Church. She was a ray of light in my life and I will miss her much. I know she is whole and resting in the arms of her beloved Jesus. Praise God that her suffering us over. Beautiful lady full of love and grace who radiated Gods boundless love.

 

Jim Flynn posted on 8/31/19

Bob, Our entire Flynn family sends condolences regarding the lose of Faye Zidek. She was the only grandmother my children James Jr and Chris ever knew from my side of the family. She looked after my family like we were her own. She was the calm for Pat and I in many cases during stormy times, as were you. You and Faye will never be forgotten in this home. God Bless you and Faye Zidek.

 

Autumn Seabright-Harper posted on 8/31/19

You will be greatly missed Jason. So many great memories over the years; it just doesnt seem real. You were always there and will always have a special place in my heart. Love always J

 

Diana and Galen Stewart posted on 8/31/19

I wish that I had met Norman sooner in life and known him longer but am just grateful to have the opportunity to get to know a truely impressinve man and Marine.

 

Tammy Miner posted on 8/30/19

I worked for Donna for almost 20 years she was an amazing woman.Always kind always happy and always willing to help so many.She was one of a kind and I will miss her frienship very much.My prayers will continue for all of her family.

 

Ed & Inge Tooma posted on 8/30/19

May our Heavenly Father watch over this little Angel Semaya always and forever. God Bless her little soul. Ed & Inge Tooma, Strasburg, VA

 

Donn Frazier posted on 8/30/19

My condolences to the Graham family.

 

Jim and Sandy Channell posted on 8/30/19

A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept our deepest condolences, Roger will not be forgotten.

 

Harriet Simpsib posted on 8/30/19

Shirley was my best friend in high school. She was one of the kindest and decent people I ever had the privilege to be blessed to have for a friend. I know she's in heaven. Love always, Harriet

 

Christina Orndorff Cone posted on 8/30/19

I remember the times as a child visiting and having to eat brussel sprouts and to this day I hate them still. Use to put them under the steps outside. Sorry for your loss Paula.

 

Adrian VanKeure posted on 8/30/19

My deepest sympathies to the entire Graham family at the loss of Roger, whom I knew as "granddad". He was a great man that was so well loved by his entire family; he will be greatly missed. ♡

 

Tina Sutch posted on 8/30/19

Dearest Roger, you will be remembered with love and great fondness. Sandra, Denny, Tina, Anna & Anthony xxx

 

 

Kayla Nicole Graham posted on 8/30/19

Grandad graham you will be loved and missed by so many and have touched a lot of lives. Atleast knowing now your with grandma the love of your life puts the family at ease knowing your now at peace. You will be missed forever and ever and loved by many and never forgotten

 

Marcie posted on 8/30/19

Sorry for your loss Jen.

 

Rhonda Boggs posted on 8/30/19

Suzanne, I'm so sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you and family. Take care.

 

Michelle Vollman posted on 8/30/19

I am so sorry for the loss of Sweet Semaya. Please know that my thoughts and prayers will be with you all on Saturday and the days to follow.

 

Jane and Bill Yearout posted on 8/29/19

Sometimes people come into our lives and make an indelible impression. That was Donna. A wonderful neighbor, a fun friend, and one whose zest for life despite health issues that might have sidelined others made her one of the people we will always cherish. Now she is with George. Rest easy, our firecracker friend! You will be missed.

 

 

Melissa Androsky posted on 8/29/19

I'll always remember you Fletcher... Go Ravens 😔

 

Richard & Catherine Radi posted on 8/29/19

Our deepest sympathy at your time of loss. God Bless

 

John Moss posted on 8/29/19

Dear Bob, I am deeply saddened by the news of your beloved wife, Faye's passing. Please take comfort in the knowledge that a person who departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, and through us, they live on. Please accept my deepest condolences and prayers that God will give you strength through this most difficult of times. John Moss

 

 

Daniel Kelley. BRPA posted on 8/29/19

my condolences to the family. He will be missed on Braddock's Road.

 

David Bixler posted on 8/29/19

To our former Scoutmaster, mentor, and a great example of a true gentleman, we thank you for the guidance and leadership you provided to many of us young boys from Drake Street where we were fortunate enough to have you and your fine family as our next door neighbors. “Fair Winds, and following seas, Shipmate.” You will be sorely missed, Commander. With Greatest Respect and Admiration, Dave Bixler, LtCol, USMC Ret.

 

David Matthes posted on 8/29/19

Paulette and I wish to offer sincere condolences to the entire Graham family. We moved to The Village at Orchard Ridge four and one half years ago and had the good fortune to locate across the street from Roger. Almost immediately we became fast friends and soon learned to cherish the time we spent together. Roger was a true Christian, as well as being a caring and kind gentleman who was admired by all who knew him. We will miss him terribly but will continue to rejoice in the memories of the time he so generously spent with us. God bless you, Sir. Dave and Paulette Matthes

 

 

KATHY PERRY posted on 8/28/19

Lots of fond memories especially her love for her grandkids and her pets. Prayers to the family.

 

Joyce & Jack Lehan posted on 8/28/19

May all of the family memories you shared comfort you now. With Deepest Sympathy.

 

Dawn Lloyd Price posted on 8/28/19

Aunt Donna I remember your laugh and smile. You always had a wonderful heart prayers and love

 

John San Felice posted on 8/27/19

Bob and family please accept our sincere condolences. So sorry for your loss, Faye was a wonderful person and will be missed by all. John and Oz San Felice

 

Timmy Weir posted on 8/27/19

Wilson and family, I am so sorry to hear of Jason’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

 

Libby Ditto posted on 8/26/19

A great guy and friend since 1955. If you were his friend it was forever. Gale you will be greatly missed. See you on the "Flip Side"

 

Rose Rogers posted on 8/26/19

"Jason" ...You are,and we're the best part of my life. I will miss you today,and forever...All of my love always ,and forever more . Rest peacefully now. I love you. Rose~

 

Cassie ellis posted on 8/26/19

I love you .and will miss you ❤

 

 

Carolyn and Gary Matthews posted on 8/26/19

Donna was such a special friend for all of our Garden Club years together and after. I will miss her happy smile, her laughter and her caring ways. Sincere sympathy to all of the Miller and Thompson families. Donna was so special and will be greatly missed.

 

 

Alisa Rankin posted on 8/26/19

You will be missed. Even though I moved away, you were never far from my mind. I’ll miss the Three Musketeer

 

Judy Evensen, Bill's Mom, Samantha Evensen, Bill's daughter and Gunner Evensen, Bill's son. posted on 8/26/19

Our sincere condolences to your family.

 

 

Sharon Bond posted on 8/26/19

Donna was a lovely lady, and a great neighbor to my sister for many years. I looked forward to seeing her and her beautiful four-legged babies each and every visit. The world has lost a beautiful loving lady.

 

Robert (Bobby) Jenkins posted on 8/26/19

What a tremendous loss. Mrs. Zidek was a shining light who made the world a much better place. She always made me feel so welcome in the Zidek home during those years when I was growing up with her kids in Camp Springs. She included me in so many family outings that she become a second mother to me. I learned much from Mr. & Mrs. Zidek and the most valuable lesson was to give from the heart. My sincerest condolences to the entire Zidek family. I share in your heartache.

 

Wanda Affleck Gladden posted on 8/25/19

Karen, Carl, and Donnie. I am sorry for your lost. I have a lot of happy memories of your mom during my high school years.

 

Skeeter Reed posted on 8/25/19

My condolences to the Family and Friends of Jason Fletcher on his passing. I know he will be sadly missed. God Bless You All.....

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 8/25/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Nancy Borkovec posted on 8/25/19

You will be missed so much. You always were so upbeat and happy. We will carry on the tradition of our Friday lunches in memory of you. My heartfelt condolences to your family.

 

Michael and Trisha Phillips posted on 8/25/19

Thoughts and prayers to all the family.

 

George and Carolyn Stein posted on 8/24/19

We are so sorry to hear about Jason's passing. Prayers for you Wilson and Linda and your family. Kindest regards, George and Carolyn Stein Redmond, Oregon

 

Mary Carnes Besecker posted on 8/24/19

So, so sorry to hear of Becky's passing. I went to James Wood with Becky and we were good friends. Unfortunately, I moved away and Becky and I both were so busy with life that we seldom saw each other. However, when we did it was like we were never apart. I hope to really catch up with her in heaven and for now I will always cherish my memories and our time together as young girls learning about life. May God Bless and bring comfort to all of Becky's family and friends.

 

Rose Ann Butler Terrell posted on 8/24/19

Dear Tim: was so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. It is so hard losing a parent. I hope that the memories will help with your grief. Take care.

 

Vicki Fulk posted on 8/24/19

Donna was a dear and very close friend. We shared many happy, sad, funny and crazy times together. She was a wonderful lady and a great friend! I will miss her terribly! Our deepest sympathies and condolences to her family during this most difficult time. She was loved by many, many people!

 

Rick Ratliff posted on 8/24/19

Joe sorry for the loss of your brother Donnie he was a great friend as you I can remember some of the hunting stories we would talk about at work now he is up their with all the trophy bucks with other family members and friends enjoying his new life until we meet again Rest In Peace Donnie God bless your family

 

 

Donna Houghton posted on 8/24/19

Prayers for the family

 

 

Donna Houghton posted on 8/24/19

So sorry, prayers for the family.

 

 

Laura hiles posted on 8/24/19

Semaya’s light was just too bright for this world. I believe she has a higher purpose and went straight to being a perfect angel. I love you sweet semaya and thank you for teaching me so much! And to her momma; Melissa you are someone I admire so much! I’m so proud of how strong you are and you encourage me to keep being strong and to break through obstacles. You are a hero to me! I love you all 💜🕉💜

 

Linda Everhart posted on 8/24/19

I met Donna many years ago. She was always so kind and had such a beautiful smile. Our sincere sympathy and thoughts and prayers for the family.

 

Linda Everhart posted on 8/24/19

Linda and Ronnie Everhart

 

Krista Mckee Saffelle posted on 8/24/19

Miss Anna was one of the absolute sweetest ladies i have ever met. We first met on trailrides then later she started going on bus trips with us. My son Clay always loved sitting with her and talking the whole ride, he called her his adopted Gramma. She was one special lady and will be missed by so many.

 

Jane posted on 8/24/19

Becky held the elevator door for me a few weeks ago, and brightened my day by just being herself.

 

Belinda Poston posted on 8/24/19

Thoughts and prayers to all during this time.

 

Phyllis Hockman posted on 8/24/19

I loved Donna. I met her through Chico’s. Our friendship continued on to JJILL. She always had smile. I loved talking with her on just about anything. I definitely have a void in my heart. She is with her darling husband George whom I’ve known for many many yrs. They both were wonderful people.

 

 

Donna Betson Crouse posted on 8/23/19

So sorry to hear of Carroll passing he was a kind and generous man who always helped out my dad Bud Betson and my uncle Marvin Betson hugs and much love.

 

Anita Brown posted on 8/23/19

Carroll will always be remembered with love for the kind, generous man he was. Always welcomed in the store with a smile & a hug from Carroll & Lena. I'll never forget the love & kindness you both showed during my Gary's illness, and being there for me afterwards. My heart goes out to you, Lena and James. You'll be in my heart & prayers.

 

Andy Reams posted on 8/23/19

Marty and family-Please accept my condolences on the passing of your Mother. Becky was truly a wonderful person and will be missed by all.

 

DeAnna Culler posted on 8/23/19

Donna and I became friends in 1987 as realtors and then as friends outside of real estate. She was a genuine and sincere person and I, along with others, will miss her.

 

 

Windford Kenney posted on 8/23/19

In my memories i will always cherish our lunch dates..you will be missed...best step mom ever...love you..(Wimpy Kenney)

 

 

Charlotte Morris posted on 8/23/19

Donna was always so caring and friendly. I will miss her so much.

 

 

Charlotte Morris posted on 8/23/19

Donna was always so caring and friendly and will be very missed by those that knew her and loved her.

 

Vickie Shoemaker posted on 8/23/19

Rest in peace. I know you will be missed by family, friends, especially Mary Davis..

 

Troy and Tara Messick posted on 8/23/19

Prayers to the family!!

 

Richard Sankovich posted on 8/23/19

We as members of the Winchester Frederick County Conservation Club will miss our friend Donnie, who was a Life Member of our Club. Always a smile, handshake and a story to tell, Donnie was a considerate person who befriended all. Rest in Peace! Rich Sankovich - Secretary WFCCC

 

Donna Nester posted on 8/23/19

So sorry for your loss. Carroll was a great, caring man with a great sense of humor. I’ve heard many great stories over the years from my dad and mom about their school days with Carroll. When my dad passed, Carroll sent over a box of goodies, which we greatly appreciated. When my mom worked, she would stop at the store, and Carroll would have her cup of coffee waiting on her. Just a few of the many stories of a great man. Praying for Lena and James now and in the days ahead as they cope with this loss. Love & prayers, Donna & Brian Nester & Mary Jane (Allen) Kerns

 

 

Margaret Kesner posted on 8/23/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I only met Anna a few times. I first met her at the Sears Reunion and then I saw her when I attended her 80th birthday party with my friend Richard Haines. She was the life of the party. May the Lord comfort your family in the difficult days ahead.

 

 

Debera Taylor posted on 8/23/19

God bless and keep Olive in his arms surrounded by love.

 

Donna Grove posted on 8/23/19

Donnie, so sorry to hear about your dad. My prayers are with you.

 

Craig f Buckley posted on 8/23/19

In loving memory ,your missed everyday.g.d.a

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 8/23/19

Sorry for your loss. Abex

 

Linda V (aka Fred) posted on 8/23/19

Well Becky, (aka George), we have known each other and worked together before FEMA and you never cease to amaze. We never called each other by our real names you were George and I was Fred, you started calling me Fred many years ago so I gave you the name George. I and many others are going to miss you so much, you were respected and loved by so many. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to your children and those beautiful grandchildren that were the light of your life. Well George until we meet again, lots of love to a one of a kind lady!

 

Denny Shoemaker posted on 8/23/19

I am sorry for your lost. Carroll was a good man and will be miss by all.

 

Barbara Ross posted on 8/23/19

My deepest condolences to Bob and the Zidek family on the lose of a very special lady. Faye was a very lovely person. I alway enjoyed my time spent n her company. I know she will be missed by all that knew her. Barbara Ross

 

 

Gail Hurst posted on 8/23/19

I've been out of the northern Virginia area - home to me - since 1976 but Donna has always had a special place in my heart. Love to the family!!!

 

Theresa H posted on 8/23/19

RIP Ms. Donna...I will miss seeing you at the dealership always happy and smiling.

 

 

Judy and Roger Unger posted on 8/22/19

Donna was our dearest friend! We were neighbors on May Apple Lane for over 22 years! We hold many fun memories in spending time with Donna and George. I consider Donna as my soul sister, we were very close! When they moved to Winchester I mourned for them not being with us, we mourned for loss of George seven years ago. Now we mourn loosing Donna. Our prayers are with the family as they say goodbye to an amazing lady in this life! We will miss her dearly!

 

Karen Hurst posted on 8/22/19

So sorry to hear about Donna. She was like a big sister to me when I was very young. Such a beautiful girl that is gone too soon. Condolences to all who loved her.

 

 

Margaret Kesner posted on 8/22/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I only met Anna a few times. I saw her at the Sears Runion and then I attended Anna's 80th birthday party with my friend Richard Haines.She was the life of the party. I pray that God will comfort you and your family in the difficult days ahead. Margaret Kesner Romney WV

 

 

Carla Hammond posted on 8/22/19

To a very Special person, whom I will never forget. I will always remember what you taught me, our breaks togethers, everything we talked about and everything you told me. You could light up a room. You will always be loved. Carla

 

Joseph L Greathouse posted on 8/22/19

Many good memories of Uncle Roy and Aunt Olive. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Joe & Judy Greathouse (Lawson & Ruth's youngest)

 

Francis P Bennett posted on 8/22/19

This is when great sorrow is mixed with great joy! The sorrow is for us who lost someone very special in our lives but the Great joy as for Claire’s release from her earthly body and is now with a loving God Where she can once again use her beautiful voice in praise to her God. I have lost a precious sister for now but my prayer is that I will see her once again. Knowing that Claire was truly loved by her family and her husband who loved and cared for to the end gives me very great joy and Peace. It has always been my hope and prayer that Claire would have the joy of a loving husband, caring family, And the opportunity to use her gift of music. I believe my hope and prayer for Claire has come true on earth And with great joy I celebrate her new birth in Heaven. What a precious gift she has been to all of us while she was here. God bless all of you for loving her And helping to put that wonderful smile on her mouth.

 

Sue Barr Jerry Whale posted on 8/22/19

Becky you were one of our friends that we adored and loved and hated leaving when we moved. We will always live you and remember you. We offer our condolences to your family and pray for them in their grief. What a blessing to have had your Mom! Love

 

 

Wilma lee tolson posted on 8/22/19

My very favorite cousin. I loved her very much even tho we loss contact for many years. I thought about her often. She was always the life of the party. I’m sure her mom and my mom and her are having a great time in heaven. Have fun my sweet and crazy ladies.❤️

 

Robyn Bageant Mann posted on 8/21/19

Tim, Mary Ann Yeakley let me know about your mom’s passing. I am so very sorry. Please know you’re in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Marty posted on 8/21/19

Mom I dont know where to begin , had I know when we sat in Dr office this was going to be the results I would have done everything I could to convince you not to do it. This wasnt suppose to be the end result . You raised the 3 of us to be adults and raise our own children , I dont think any other mother could have done a better job. I'm going to miss seeing you at work every day and calling you at 6pm no matter what part of the country I'm in ,most all i will miss your Fried Chicken. Until I see you again . Love you. Your son

 

April and Charles Brady posted on 8/21/19

With deepest sympathy. So sorry for your loss.

 

Winnie Ballenger posted on 8/21/19

Marty and family, so sorry to hear of your Moms passing. She was truly loved and I always respected her speaking her mind. Love you Becky...………..

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 8/21/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Rickie and Shirley Davy posted on 8/21/19

Carroll will always be remembered for his generosity, his smile and sense of humor - a great person - he has left a footprint for all of us to follow. He is admired for his deeds and will be missed. Love and prayers to his family.

 

Donna Knupp posted on 8/20/19

I looked so forward every morning to our little gatherings! Hanging out with you and the other members of our morning ritual was usually the highlight of my work day! I will miss seeing and talking to you! Rest easy and I will pray for comfort for your loved ones and there are many!

 

 

Matthew and Madison posted on 8/20/19

We miss you Grandma.. Holidays will not be the same.. Mom said she will work hard to perfect your potato salad, gravy, fried chicken and cookies just the way you did.. We live you so much..

 

Laurie Hammond posted on 8/20/19

Was great working with you over the years at FEMA. You will be missed! RIP

 

Rosemary Miller Humberson posted on 8/20/19

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of "Timer" - I have many wonderful memories of him and the times spent living in Bloomery. May God give peace and comfort to the Omps family during this difficult time.

 

Teri Kelley posted on 8/20/19

I was so saddened to hear this. Always a joy to see you at work. Rest in peace. Prayers for your family.

 

Thomas Maphis posted on 8/20/19

RIP Becky....prayers to your family

 

Herman posted on 8/20/19

Becky was a beautiful person who I admired and respected. She was caring and thoughtful. Please accept my condolences and know she will never be forgotten!

 

Libby Natolly posted on 8/20/19

So sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest sympathy. I will be keeping you in my thoughts. Libby

 

Ashley Omps Skiratko posted on 8/20/19

Thank you for giving me my first job, showing me a great example of good work ethic and a positive attitude. Sending love and prayers to Aunt Lena and the family. Uncle Carroll, you will surely be missed.

 

Roxanne Ragan posted on 8/20/19

RIP Becky I will miss our early morning smokes I would come in early just so I could come down and see you and chat such a wonderful angel that god needed more. My thoughts and prayers are with her family she spoke of all with loving words.

 

Mike Goss posted on 8/20/19

RIP Becky (Momma) you will be missed by many at work for sure. I will miss your sparky personality, I never knew what you would say next. I do know you had a heart of gold and loved your family. Hugs and prayers to Becky's family at this difficult time. God Bless

 

Mardell Rogers posted on 8/20/19

Words cannot express the deep, deep sadness I feel for the loss of this wonderful lady. We worked together for many, many years and frequently sat next to each other. She was a rock in a turbulant place for me. We even went from applicant services to the security division together. Total shock, total shock. Love you always, Dear Becky.

 

Marian Kincaid posted on 8/20/19

I am truly sorry for the passing of Mr. Carroll. He was a kind and gentler man. He always greeted you with a warm smile. He will be greatly missed. Love to Mrs. Lena and James. God will guide you thru this. Gods loving arms are wrapped around you now in your great time of sorrow. He will heal you.

 

Beth Luby posted on 8/20/19

My first part-time job was at Leggett's while in high school where I worked in the boys department. Mr.Omps was always so pleasant and always had a smile on his face. I know he will be greatly missed by all. My prayers are with the family and anyone fortunate have known this great man.

 

Donald and Peggy Kerns posted on 8/20/19

Sorry to hear of Carroll’s passing ,he will be missed,He was always friendly ,with a smile,We have you and the family in prayers

 

[email protected] Peggy Kerns posted on 8/20/19

So sorry to hear of Carols passing.He was a friendly and kind person, He will be missed.We have you @ the Family in our thoughts and prayers,

 

Donna Feathers posted on 8/20/19

This was one special lady. Always thinking of others first. She always made me laugh and sometimes cry. It's so hard for me to believe I won't see her at work . She was an Angel that helped everyone.

 

 

Faye Kibler posted on 8/20/19

Lena, so sorry for your loss, Carroll was a wonderful man. I will be thinking of you as you go thru this difficult time

 

Bill Costin posted on 8/20/19

I am truly sorry for the recent passing of Becky, she will be missed by all of her coworkers and family. Becky was one of a kind who would tell you straight up what was on her mind if you liked it or not. Rest in peace all is well.

 

Erin Wilkins posted on 8/20/19

Sending my love to Becky's family. She was such a joy to work with. She definitely touched alot of hearts. She was "Mom" to alot of us she worked with. I adored her spunk! May her memory be eternal.💜

 

Linda Baldwin posted on 8/20/19

Carroll was one of the best! He was a Senior in H.S. when I was as a Freshman. He never was able to catch me to polish his shoes during Freshman week! You will be missed. 😢

 

 

tresa whetzel posted on 8/20/19

ive stopped a Omps groc everyday on my way to work for over 30 years. Carroll and Lena always made their customers feel very welcome and some like their own family. I will truly miss him. keeping the family in thoughts and prayers

 

Jackie and Brianna Longerbeam posted on 8/20/19

Marty you and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Thomas Alan Snapp posted on 8/20/19

My condolences to the Omps family.Prayers sent to cousin Lena and all of the family. God Bless.

 

Dan Mccollough posted on 8/20/19

Fantastic man.. he will be really missed RIP my dear friend

 

Laura, Aaron, and Samuel Kesner posted on 8/20/19

So sorry to hear of your loss. Will be keeping you, “Mama Omps”, and your family in our prayers. Sending lots of love.

 

Vanessa Milburn posted on 8/20/19

My deepest condolences to the family . I will miss our smoke break chats. I'm grateful for the knowledge of canning she shared with me . I will be thinking of her when ever I pull out the mason jars.

 

Shirley posted on 8/19/19

She was so much fun. I loved working with this lady I am now retired but iam sure. She will be missed terribly My prayers to her family

 

The McMillin and Kmetz families posted on 8/19/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

Janet Sutton posted on 8/19/19

Susan, Kim & Marty and families, Miss Becky was the sweetest person and one of the most helpful people you could have ever met. She was a wealth of knowledge and she knew her job inside and out. I will miss her smile and her sweet personality. The entire family is in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Pam Bell posted on 8/19/19

I knew Olive through the Pilot Club of Winchester. What fun times we had. She was an example of a “steel magnolia”, a successful businesswoman who overcame hardships. She loved her boys and relating their antics. Sympathy to the family.

 

 

Tanya posted on 8/19/19

your had a big heart and always made us laugh you will be missed!!!❤

 

Ruth Strickland posted on 8/19/19

I lived in Bloomery for 13 years and became close friends with Carroll and Lena, my sincere sympathy for the family.

 

 

Joan L Brown posted on 8/19/19

Becky has been a very close friend since 1994 when we both started at FEMA. She was a very loyal and loving friend. She would stand up for the underdog, not afraid to speak up. I will miss you.

 

 

Kim O’Quinn posted on 8/19/19

I miss you Momma. I still can’t believe you are gone. I will see you again. I love you.

 

Jesse Hall posted on 8/19/19

Carroll was the nicest man Most Sincere person i believe i have ever encountered what sad News but Im also Thankful hes at Peace now miss ya Big Guy ill never forget you and youre positive influence

 

 

Mike Brice. posted on 8/19/19

So sorry to hear he’s gone.

 

 

Michael,Sara , Austin and Cheyenne (The Shirley's) posted on 8/19/19

So sorry for your loss

 

 

Linda McKinley posted on 8/19/19

Barbara was a fine example of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was a sweet and joyful lady and a fine friend. She will certainly be missed, she is now rejoicing in the loving arms of Jesus. One of these days all those who knew her and are born again Christians will see her again. Thank you Jesus for the life Barb lived for you, please bless Sam and the rest of her family, may you give them encouragement and grace during this time of grieving! Love and prayers for the family!

 

Jamie donnellan posted on 8/19/19

Loved visiting Mrs Lena and Mr Carol at the store they alway made us feel like family the Donnellan family will miss you Mr Carol

 

JBF posted on 8/19/19

Oh Becky, how you are already missed. You know our story and i will continue to share my memories with your family. Thank you for making me a better me and taking care of me while you were here. No-one will replace you so you stop worrying about that. Love you always!!

 

Missy (your pain in the ass daughter in law) posted on 8/19/19

I miss you so much. Still doesn't seem real. I told you I wouldn't leave you. I held your hand until the end.. RIP Becky..

 

Lelia Newlin posted on 8/19/19

Prayers to the family. I hope& pray he finds the Peace he could never hold on to for very long here on earth. Billy I will always love you , I pray you know just how much ! Love always Lil

 

Mack and Carol Kerns posted on 8/19/19

We will always remember Carroll's friendliness and kind smile.

 

Mack and Carol Kerns posted on 8/19/19

Carroll was a wonderful person. We were so sorry to read of his passing . Sending deepest sympathy, Mack and Carol Kerns

 

Patricia Rodgers posted on 8/19/19

WORKED WITH HIM AND LENA AT LEGGETTS,AND ALSO ATTENDED THEIR WEDDING. PRAYERS FOR YOU LENA

 

Steve & Judy Slonaker posted on 8/19/19

What a great friend thru 12 years of school and after. His friendship will always be cherished by us. Our love to Lena and the entire Omps family. Judy & Steve

 

Rhonda Sargent posted on 8/19/19

We are so deeply sorry for your loss. We know he is now reunited with your mom, brother and other family members. May God give you peace.

 

Teresa Hopkins posted on 8/18/19

Prayers for Eva and family. We are so sorry for your loss.Teedie and Madeline.

 

Steve and Annette Peacemaker posted on 8/18/19

My heart breaks for Lena, James and the entire Omp's family. I'll never forget Carroll's infectious smile and how wonderfully generous and gracious he was to everyone. He was always so sweet to me. Love and God Bless

 

 

David Robert Davidson posted on 8/18/19

Dear Rita and Family, I never got to formally do this until today (mom and dad will follow suit I'm sure), but I wanted to leave you all a note of love and condolence for Jerry Willard. Seems like only yesterday I was over to the house at Haymarket with my grandparents to see you guys. Hug your necks and tell you hello. I always remember those days going with Mermaw and Papaw to see family and friends with the biggest smiles upon my face. It was always especially fun in the summertime when Jerry would have his camera equipment out and rolling or working on a family video or adding to the family photo album. Telling stories. Laughing and telling jokes. Or just playing his guitar and singing a song or two. Dear days. Dear memories. Love you dearly Rita. Please give my love and best to the Family. I know that these last few years have been especially tough with Great Aunt Dorothy's passing, Jerry's and now Jimmy Ray's. Hug Carol Jean's neck good and tight for us and circle those wagons and strengthen family bonds. As my dear old grandmother used to say, "if you ain't got family then what have you got?" God bless!

 

Timothy Rhoten posted on 8/18/19

As step son of Mary Alice Rhoten and son of Eugene Maynard Rhoten Mary was always nice to me. I tried help her with my Father’s benefits.

 

Linda Haines Strachan posted on 8/17/19

Dear Aunt Eva and cousins. My heart goes out to you during this sad and difficult time. Hold onto each other for comfort. You are such a loving family. I always enjoyed my times staying at your house when I was a child. Love to all of you.

 

Shirley and Velma Bailey posted on 8/16/19

Our hearts and prayers are with in your time of sorrow.

 

Jaime Keller posted on 8/16/19

He was always smiling. The joy of the Lord was truly his strength. Love you Uncle Wayne. You were an example of Godly forgiveness and how grace works. You will be missed

 

Kim Smith's posted on 8/16/19

I have fond memories from our younger days.He struggled with demons sometimes.but now he can truly rest.

 

 

Laura Sutton, Rex, GA posted on 8/16/19

Tommy and family: My deepest sympathy on the death of your Mother, grandmother, great-grand, sisters and brothers. Know that she is at peace and walking those streets of gold with our maker and we will see her again. I worked w/Tommy at 1A, Fort Gilem,GA and he spoke often of his Mother alot. Peace be with you all at this time.

 

Kim Smith's posted on 8/16/19

I remember playing with Billy +hanging out as teenagers.but had struggles in later life.We All HAVE SKELETONS IN OUR CLOSETS, SOME OF US FORGET TO SHUT TJE DOORS.IHave good memories of us

 

Tangela. Brown posted on 8/15/19

Glenn I think about you all the time and I love you so much I miss you my Virginia Brother Tangela

 

Sherleen Smoke Hall posted on 8/15/19

Deepest sympathy to the family.

 

 

Lisa Bauserman posted on 8/15/19

Rest now my friend

 

Sandy posted on 8/15/19

Billy, I am so glad you are not suffering any longer and are now safe at home in Jesus's arms! I know things are wonderful up there and I know you are out of all your suffering and pain. We didn't know each other very well but I can still see you singing the hymns at the shelter. God bless you forever free

 

 

Gretchen Burks posted on 8/15/19

For a wonderful caring nurse, that taught me what it means to be a nurse

 

Ruth McKay Eastep posted on 8/15/19

Robin, so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a wonderful Lady, Will be thinking of you as you go thru this difficult time.

 

Marty Morrow posted on 8/14/19

Nancy was a mentor for me when I came to Shenandoah University. What a wonderful person she was, always putting her students and the University first. I could not have had a better mentor. She taught me what it was to be a faculty member at Shenandoah University. She will be missed.

 

Libby Edwards posted on 8/14/19

I was out of town and just read this in the newspapers. I am so sorry for your loss. He was a friendly person and an expert in the family business. We will miss him.

 

Tim and Diane Walsh posted on 8/14/19

Linda and Family - please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Let us know if you need anything.

 

Paul Wiant posted on 8/13/19

Rest In Peace Mr Apfel

 

 

Vicki Gribble posted on 8/13/19

He loved his wife very much....shine your light on her Donald for the rest of her life!

 

Kai Ketchen posted on 8/13/19

Barbara was my sister. Her parting makes me very sad. But I have a picture in my mind of 3 year old Barbara in a frilly white dress with black polka dots and black patent leather shoes. She was dancing on the coffee table. So gleeful. I want to keep that picture in my mind. Rest in Peace Barb.

 

Robin Pounds posted on 8/13/19

So sad to see you go before I had a chance to meet you in person. R.I.P. my friend. I'll see you at a later time. God Bless you Donald.

 

Bob ryals posted on 8/13/19

Miss you every day, mom and dad. Your loving son Bob

 

USNDOC posted on 8/12/19

I was think about this amazing man I had the pleasure of meeting for a brief time. We both helped one another in different ways. He made a huge impact on my life as I am certain he did on many others! Semper Fi, devil.

 

Barbara Guidry posted on 8/12/19

My name is Piper and I am a Shetland Sheepdog. Karaline was one of my most favorite friends. Each Friday several years ago, it was my great joy to spend time with Karaline at Sherando High School. We took long walks through the halls and around the school grounds. We just sat and talked. We played Frisbee and fetch. I showed her some of my agility moves. One time, she brushed me. We always had such a good time together. It’s impossible for me to say who was happier when we saw each other. I am very saddened by Karaline’s passing but I know, when it’s my time to “cross the rainbow bridge”, she will be waiting on the other side to welcome me home. Piper

 

Raul Magalong posted on 8/12/19

My sincere condolences.

 

Bruce Menefee posted on 8/12/19

Terry was a wonderful boss and showed me a lot so sorry for the loss he was a good and fair man May God bless you and family 🙏🏾😊

 

Dan Haave posted on 8/12/19

Linda I'm so sorry for the loss of Terry. I have many good memories of talking to both of you. My prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Cheryl Roberts posted on 8/12/19

I am very sorry for your loss. Dr. Peter Morris was one of my favorite math professors at Shepherd (College) University back in 1977-78. He was an outstanding teacher/professor; making sure that we all understood each concept. He was gentle, kind, and his smile lighted reassured us that we would be successful. Dr. Morris and his wife also provided an opportunity for me to earn extra money by trusting me with the care of their sons while they were attending college and/or social events in the community. I treated their sons like family and they welcomed me into their lives with open arms. I have not connected with the family for many years; however, I am sorry that I did not connect as an adult. It is times like these that make our memories unforgettable and goes to show that you never know who will impact your life.

 

Scott Tierney posted on 8/12/19

Linda, Please know that you have many friends at Kohl's praying for you and your family. Terry was a wonderful person and will be missed. I enjoyed the many years working with both of you. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need anything. God bless you and your family. Sincerely, Scott

 

Jalaine Fojut posted on 8/11/19

Terry , I'm so glad we got to talk , before you left this world , You will be missed , to Linda and family , I'm sorry for your loss , he was a wonderful person , and cousin .

 

Chuck Layton posted on 8/11/19

Stu, haven’t seen you for quite a while, I am so sorry to hear of your passing, we spent a lot of time together, when we were younger, it’s always sad to hear of a passing, but it’s worse when it’s a relative, R I P cousin

 

Amy Zirkle posted on 8/11/19

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

 

Amy Zirkle posted on 8/11/19

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

 

Dave and Jill Flagg posted on 8/11/19

Rhett and family: please accept our sincerest condolences. Losing a child is unfathomable pain and heartache. Very sorry that Jill and i were unable to attend services today. Very sorry for your family's loss.

 

Constance S Carroll posted on 8/10/19

God bless all of you in this time of sadness. My name is Connie Carroll I worked with Jan at TDEC My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time, May you find peace and comfort with the guiding hands God offers you

 

Alaina posted on 8/10/19

Gary was always smiling and had a such a sense of humor. I’ve only known him for 3 years as an acquaintance, but you always knew when he was around you were going to hear a good story. RIP and many prayers of comfort for his friends and family.

 

Hunter Doherty posted on 8/10/19

Sean was always a great friend to me. Whether we were playing video games, talking about our mutual interests, or having the same classes, it was always a pleasure to be around him. He was smart, funny, creative, and talented. I will always cherish the memories of growing up with him.

 

Savannah Todd posted on 8/10/19

I remember Sean from the marching band. I never got to know him personally but he was always very kind to everyone around him. I pray for your family in this time of loss. “Words, however kind, can’t mend your heartache, but those who care and share your loss wish you comfort and peace of mind. May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friends.”-unknown

 

Teresa Cripe, and Charles Cripe posted on 8/10/19

My husband and I only knew Mr. Good a few years, while we attended the Church of the Good Shepherd. He was a very nice man and will be missed. Sorry for your loss of Mr. Good, to his family. He is in Heaven now, and not suffering any more. He has a brand new body.

 

 

Forever on my mind posted on 8/9/19

May God hold you in his arms and comfort you with the unconditional love that you so ever deserved.

 

Dr. Dawn Brodus-Yougha posted on 8/9/19

In August 1997, as a first year teacher at Kenmoor ES, I had the pleasure of both meeting and working with Mr. Dixon; and he has served as a mentor teacher to me since then. Even though we no longer worked at the same school or school district, a group of us (Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Hay, Mr. Bray, Ms. Driggins, and myself) have continued to meet for dinners and/or special occasions; and have worked hard to maintain this decades' long friendship. Our dinners were always filled with much laughter and lively discussions about past events and/or colleagues! The last time we saw Mr. Dixon was in August 2018; and it was obvious to those of us that knew him that he was still grieving the loss of his wife, Cynthia. When I expressed an interest in joining a book club, Mr. Dixon introduced me to his wife's book club! So I had to honor of knowing both Mr. and Mrs. Dixon. Mr. Dixon's obituary said that he died of heart failure, but I'd like to believe it was from a broken heart! Mr. Dixon will be missed tremendously! Although he had a dry sense of humor, Mr. Dixon was a man of few words, but when he spoke people listened! Mr. Dixon was well respected by administrators, parents, and students; and will be remembered as a strong advocate for both children and education. This is evidenced by his long, successful career in education. My thoughts and prayers are with David Jr.; and his family. God Bless You, Mr. Dixon!

 

Stacey shanholtz posted on 8/9/19

Anthony and family honey I’m so sorry for your loss and words can’t Express the loss of a loved one and honey I’ll be praying for you 🙏

 

Angie and Ben Cain posted on 8/9/19

You were just too beautiful for this world. You had a bright light that shined in a world plagued by darkness. Shine down on us all sweet baby!

 

Sherry Patterson posted on 8/8/19

Longtime friend of my Dad. My dad, Dave Fahnestock thought a lot of him. Even when my Dad was terminal, he felt the need to check in on Mr. Goode, and talked highly of their longtime friendship. Condolences to the family.

 

Tracy Johnston posted on 8/8/19

I was fortunate to meet Dr. and Mrs. Peter Morris several years ago. Dr. Morris' smile and twinkling blue eyes expressed kindness, intelligence and serenity. The love between Dr. Morris and his wife, Sharon, was palpable and the patience, consideration and respect Mrs. Morris always showed him was exquisite in it's tenderness and a brilliant lesson in unconditional love. I am grateful to have met them both and send prayers for comfort and healing to Mrs. Morris and their family.

 

 

Linda Bennett posted on 8/8/19

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Margaret Fake posted on 8/8/19

Martha and family, May your memories help bring you peace during this difficult time.

 

Mike and Kathi Harden posted on 8/8/19

Ours prayers love and hugs are with you during this time. please call if you need anything

 

 

Steve & Bonnie posted on 8/8/19

To a wonderful man who truly had the joy of the Lord in his heart! We will miss his smiles coming into Sunday morning service! Our prayers our with you Mary, JP & the rest of the family

 

 

Esther Light posted on 8/8/19

Little One , You where gathered for The Master's bouquet. Rest now in the arms of our Lord.

 

 

Penny Lynn posted on 8/8/19

Anthony, Sierra, Jan & family , I am very sorry for your loss. The right words can be so hard to find. Simply know that I am thinking of your family every moment and sending healing Prayers & comforting hugs.

 

Auntie Sarah posted on 8/8/19

My. Heart aches for the Parents of Anthony Jr. I know God Has this beautiful baby now Loving him and Caring for him. I pray that no other family will ever go though heartache .

 

 

Fontella M Newman posted on 8/7/19

Life cut so short now god has you now. RIP baby boy

 

Anne Roth posted on 8/7/19

Sean knows he is in your heart and you are in his always. All our love and hugs. Anne, Al, Jim, Ashley, Mike, Lisa, MJ and Luke

 

Evelyn Cunningham posted on 8/7/19

Jeanne and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Buck will be greatly missed to all.

 

Whitacre, Theresa G. posted on 8/7/19

I am so sorry to hear about Mary Ann’s passing . She was a beautiful person and always made me smile. I was friends with her at the Valley Health Fitness Center. She always remembered details about my family and it was so enjoyable talking with her! I have missed her, and will continue to. Prayers with Jerry and her family.

 

 

Barbara H Martin posted on 8/7/19

Johnny will be extremely missed he was the sunshine in Ron & Mine life, he was such a good soul God received a precious angel into the gates of glory. Love you Johnny!!

 

Karen Bollmann Barclay posted on 8/7/19

Rhett, Kathy & Brenna, Words cannot express the deep sadness we all feel for your loss. I found a bible verse that might bring you some comfort because in John 14: 1,2 - Jesus tells us ...”Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. In My Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.” I know & believe Sean is in his mansion right now and Aunt Gwen is taking care of him. All my thoughts and prayers go out to you and yours. My our Lord bless you and keep you.

 

Martha Rooney posted on 8/7/19

Dear Rhett. Kathy and Brenna, So sorry for your loss. Our prayer for Sean znd all of you you are sent with love. Uncle John and Aunt Martha

 

Tina McFadden posted on 8/6/19

The video tribute was beautiful. It was wonderful to see him smiling and to see the faces of Edna and Dunbar with him.

 

Barbara rye posted on 8/6/19

He was the nicest man and had a wonderful smile. He was always up beat. He will be missed

 

Patty Dwyer posted on 8/6/19

Words can not begin to express any of the sadness and loss I feel for this wonderful family. I remember this shy, brilliant, sweet young man from birth. He was born into the best family he could hope for. He was someone why shared his s Humor with me and for that reason I will always feel special. My heart goes out to his loving family more than I will ever be able to express! Love yo guys.

 

Rosemarie Herring and Karl H. Bollmann posted on 8/6/19

Dear Rhett, Kathy and Brenna, we are heartbroken and our thoughts and prayers are with you. May the strength of the Lord's love bear you up and see you through. May God grant you his peace and blessings, make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you. Know that Grammy Gwenie is there. Love Aunt Rosemarie and Uncle Jimmy

 

Trevor Morris posted on 8/6/19

Memories around playing Go with my father, Peter: https://www.usgo.org/news/2019/08/trevor-morris-remembers-his-father-peter/

 

Carie Blum posted on 8/6/19

May Sean rest in peace. May God give you the strength and support you need during this time.

 

 

Pat Kuchyt posted on 8/6/19

May this candle honor your life, Sean, and shine in remembrance of the love you brought to your family and friends. God Bless you as you God welcomes you to Heaven to Live Forever in His Arms.

 

 

Mollie Ehrlich (Brinley Ehrlich) posted on 8/6/19

So sorry to hear of your loss.... much love to you and the boys!!!!

 

 

Fontella Newman posted on 8/6/19

Sorry for your lost may God give you the strength to get you and your family through this time.

 

Andi Ritter posted on 8/6/19

So sorry for your loss Mrs McNally. I have miss seeing you guys at Retina. Since I’m not there anymore. He was a great man. I loved seeing his smiling face. And him arguing with you, because you always telling him to look for stuff in your purse. 😆 I’ll be praying for you and your family. Take care of your self. (((Andi )))

 

Rhonda Smith posted on 8/6/19

I served on the Faculty Senate with Peter Morris and had the opportunity to share our experiences at Shepherd for several years before his retirement. Peter lived and worked in this mundane academic world but his mind was always someplace else someplace far more complex then the world I understood. He always struck me as a gentle soul, who just wanted the best for his students and colleagues and wasn’t always confident about how to achieve that. A humble person striving for something better for us all. I hope his family will have many stories to share and remember to help Peter live in their hearts and minds.

 

Robert Ellison posted on 8/5/19

A very special, kind and funny man. Gary always had time for everyone. He shared in his life experiences and became a friend while working at Mt Weather when DHS was stood up. He will be missed by many people for his selflessness, sacrifices, and generosity. R.I.P.

 

 

Anna Williams posted on 8/5/19

Hey sweet baby I'm lighting this candle for you so I just had multiple dreams through the night about you and how I miss you I love you so much I miss you like crazy I hope you're having the time of your life up there and I sure know you been watching down on our children and me and how we all miss you I just wish to God that you could be here right now with your children and then I can see you again I just want to share a memory about me and you Rodney the first night we met just looking at you very sexy love the way you look and your pretty eyes and just everything about you we actually just met at a store it was really really nice that was and still is one of the best memories of my life with you besides having her two beautiful children summer and Rodney the Third who looks so much like you especially summer little Rodney he does favor you a lot and looks like me some but I won't ever forget the night we met it was amazing it really really was in memory I'm not a sweet sweet Rodney I light this candle for you because you deserve it you're one of the nicest bestest amazing and deserving person that I've ever known in my life got to known and had the privilege to known and have two beautiful children by and carry on your memory i just want to put a memory about me and you Rodney the first night we met just looking at you very sexy love the way you looked your pretty eyes and just everything about you we actually just met at a store it was really really nice that is one of the best memories of my life with you besides having our two beautiful children summer and Rodney the third who look so much alike you especially summer but little Rodney he does favor you a lot and looks like me some but I won't ever forget that night with you amazing it really really was I want to light this candle for you because you deserve it you're one of the nicest bestest amazing awesome person that I got to ever known in my life and had the privilege to know you and have two beautiful children by you and carry on your memory and our son carry on your name I love you my dear sweet Rodney always will forever and ever I hope you like your candle baby....

 

Susan Murphy posted on 8/5/19

So sorry for your loss, Betty. I am holding you in my heart and regret that I did not have the opportunity to come visit you and Mac before his passing. I hope to see you again at Dimensions and listen to more stories. Peace, Sue Murphy (with the multi-colored hair in the wheelchair).

 

Brian K. Legge posted on 8/4/19

My prayers are with you all I am so sorry for your loss , Ralph was such a great person and friend to me , Catty , J.R. AND Jenny I am truly sorry

 

Kim Huffman McCarty posted on 8/4/19

Ginny, JR, Cathy and family. Praying that God gives you comfort, strength and peace during this difficult time. Ralph’s smile will be greatly missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Kim and Mike

 

 

Kim Huffman McCarty posted on 8/4/19

We are so sad to hear of Ralph’s passing. He was a wonderful neighbor and friend. He was a kind and dear man that always had a smile. Ginny, JR, Cathy and family we wish you comfort and peace, and loving memories to forever hold in you hearts. You are in our thoughts and prayers- Kim and Mike McCarty

 

Gerry (Basore) Funk posted on 8/4/19

A very special JWHS classmate who will be missed. The Class of 61 has lost a valued classmate. My sympathy to the family.

 

Ken and Terri Kovach posted on 8/4/19

Our condolences to all the family especially and including daughter, Linda Bennett married to Tom Bennett; grandson, Christopher Bennett; granddaughter, Katie Lannan married to Josh Lannan; and great granddaughters, Quinn and Maya Lannan and Holland Bennett. Rest in peace, Mr. McNally.

 

 

Perry & Debbie Driver posted on 8/4/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Ralph was a good man. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Larry Hockman posted on 8/4/19

A special JWHS classmate and team mate. Always a smile and sense of humor. Garry will be remembered by all.

 

 

Suzie posted on 8/4/19

I loved this man like my own family. He made you feel that way. Completely shocked and saddened by this but I know he would want us to carry on like our crazy selves and celebrate him. Not be sad. Cheers Garry! Love you 😘

 

Amie Anderson posted on 8/4/19

I'm sorry for your loss.Alot of Prayers to all

 

Wesley Rudolph posted on 8/4/19

Garry you will be missed, we established a friendship even though we met doing business. My thoughts and prayers are with the family rest easy friend.

 

Pamela Donehower posted on 8/3/19

Dear Sam, May God bless and keep you and forgive me for not knowing of your memorial service, which I trust was beautiful. May you rest in peace after sharing your final days at Coot Hill in the arms of your beautiful beloved family. Love, Pam

 

 

donna houghton posted on 8/3/19

Miss you Sis,I really miss you, until we talk again... I Love you

 

 

donna houghton posted on 8/3/19

Wish we had time, all my Love

 

 

donna houghton posted on 8/3/19

Wish we had time, <3

 

Donna Reid Bell posted on 8/3/19

Happy Birthday father on your first one in heaven. You were a great, loving father and grandfather and a good person. I miss you so much but take comfort in knowing you are at peace reunited in heaven with mother. I know you loved and missed her very much. Tony, Bryon, Erik, Joe and I love and miss you. Will see you again one day.

 

Donna Reid Bell posted on 8/3/19

Happy Birthday on your first one in heaven. Your were a great father and a good person.The boys and I miss you very much. There is comfort in knowing that you and Mother are together again in heaven. I know you loved and missed her very much. Love you.

 

Robin Edney posted on 8/3/19

I will be praying for mall of you! Mr. Clem was a fine man.

 

 

Fontella Newman posted on 8/3/19

Prayers sent to family and friends Mr. Clem was a great man will be missed

 

Gerald (Butch) Triplett posted on 8/3/19

R.I.P. old childhood friend..although we never kept in touch after graduation I still remember the times we fished together during our high school school years.. you taught me how to catch the big ones.

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 8/3/19

Sorry for your loss. JWHS '58

 

 

Heather & Walker deButts posted on 8/3/19

In loving memory always!

 

 

Debra Bower posted on 8/3/19

RIP Garry. God bless you and your family.🙏❤️😢

 

Jim Porter posted on 8/3/19

A great friend and a quality individual. My life was better for having known Gary.

 

Jim Porter posted on 8/3/19

A great friend and a quality individual. My life is better from having known him.

 

 

Mike Grim posted on 8/3/19

One of my fondest is when we were both young men Ralph and Dickie helped me out with an old Dodge PU. I came in after closing and we worked for hrs fixing an electrical short. Bill was a 6 pack. Will miss you old friend.

 

 

Sandi Snider posted on 8/3/19

Ralph was such a fun person to be around. I have such great memories of growing up next door to him. He will be missed.

 

Gail H. Barb, Fauquier Clerk of Court posted on 8/2/19

My deepest sympathy for your loss. May you take comfort in the many wonderful moments you have shared as a family.

 

Kevin and Leisa Newland posted on 8/2/19

We are so sorry for the loss of Garry. All of y'all are in our prayers.

 

 

Lisa Dodson posted on 8/2/19

Ralph was a great person. It was an honor to know him. God Bless his family in their time of grief.

 

Tammy Legge Keeler posted on 8/2/19

Ralph was an amazing person. I know he is in Heaven now free from pain. Hugs to Ginny, Cathy and JR <3

 

 

Mike Lloyd posted on 8/2/19

It was a Blessing to know & work for Mr.Clem in my teenage years. I can remember him wearing his straw hat, drinking his Dr. Pepper. I’ll always remember our discussions over Chevrolet & Ford. He was a great & fun person to be around. Mrs. Clem, Cathy, & JR, I am so sorry to hear of this loss, my prayers & thoughts are with you all. Sincerely & Sadly, Mike Lloyd.

 

Cheryl Conrad posted on 8/1/19

Sharon and Peter have been my next door neighbors for six years, this month. It has always been a pleasure to see them, whether just walking to the mailbox or having dinner in the Pub at Orchard Ridge. My sympathies to Sharon and all of their family.

 

Gordon and Lucy Gay posted on 8/1/19

When we think of Peter, We are reminded first of his smile. We have been blessed to have known him and Sharon here at the Village but also while we lived near Shepherdstown. Sharon, your quiet calmness, love, and care was a great gift to him. We have such admiration for the manner in which you helped him spend his last years

 

 

Suzanne Whitacre posted on 8/1/19

Thank you for all the wonderful memories Dad Ron "Pops". There was never a dull moment. You will truly be missed! Thank you for having me care for you these last 8 years. It was a pleasure to do so. I love you Pops!

 

Carol Ritenour posted on 8/1/19

Please accept my sympathies. May God give you strength and peace in your time of sorrow.

 

Gina Clowser Adam's posted on 7/31/19

I am so sorry I did not make the service. Betty always treated me well. Since I was 6 years old. Larie, Leslie and Lanny I know she will rest in peace.

 

Anthony Infantino posted on 7/31/19

I’ll never forget sleeping over as a kid and having a bad dream and uncle Quito explain to me that if I pray before I go to sleep make the sign of the cross I won’t have a bad dream and I never did when I remembered to do that :-) I’ve since shown my kids that and they say it works without fail. Thank your Quito never forget you. I’ll also always remember that he told me he prayed for me all the time -made me feel so special. I never forgot that…

 

Charles F. Reese posted on 7/31/19

Sorry for the loss of Mr. Marciano. Earth's loss but heaven's gain. Blessings to all your family.

 

Donna McDonald posted on 7/31/19

Donna and family, Tom will be missed by so many but never forgotten.

 

 

Zita McGarry posted on 7/30/19

With deepest sympathy. RIP

 

 

Barbara Beatty posted on 7/30/19

Mary Ann was such a lovely lady. My deepest sympathy. RIP

 

Nathan Seder posted on 7/30/19

A great mentor, supervisor and leader. My very first boss when I started at Washington Field Office and a great example to everyone who worked with him. I will miss your courtesy, professionalism and humor, Bill.

 

Charles & Duna Ellis posted on 7/29/19

The service was a wonderful tribute to Tommy. It was evident he was loved and cared for by so many and will be sorely missed. All our love, Charles & Duna

 

 

Rick Jaquis posted on 7/29/19

God Bless you Tom thank you for your strength all these years.

 

Joey posted on 7/29/19

"We belong to our creator and we shall return to Him." Karaline is living the rest of her life and sooner or later we shall be with her. Tim - Words cannot express how sorry I am to hear about Karaline. Please accept my deepest sympathies and know that my prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times. May memories of your loving Karaline sustain and strengthen you as you navigate the difficult days ahead.

 

Steve Ackerman posted on 7/29/19

With Deepest Sympathy during this most difficult time. Steve and Trina Ackerman

 

Linda Ann Fumea posted on 7/28/19

It will be hard for me to imagine not having my Sister-in-the-Lord to speak to on an almost daily basis. We talked frequently about the Lord. We talked about Heaven, the Fruit of the Spirit, the consequences of sin, God's providence, Faith, trials, and His Faithfulness to His Children. Joan was smart … and now she is experiencing the Wisdom of God in its full measure. She is seeing our Savior face-to-face and visiting with all those who have passed before her. It was her constant prayer that her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren would know and serve the Lord as she did. She was a great blessing to our ministry, Hope and Helps, and she will be mourned not only by us but by hundreds of saints in India. Through her love for those less fortunate than ourselves she gave generously to provide medicines to cure lepers, sponsored medical clinics for slum people, gave Bibles and food to slum children, and even payed to have a bore well dug in a village to provide clean water for everyone. Her heart was to help those who could not help themselves. It was her prodding and her initiative that started us on building the Clothes of Many Colors Sewing and Training Center in Rajahmundry, India. It was her desire to see woman thrive spiritually and to help support their families. Joan, although she didn't know it, was many times the encourager to keep us going when we were struggling. It was her tenacity and ability to always look at the impossible that has brought joy to many people she never knew personally. I will miss my friend. The scripture she gave us to put on a monument near the bore well she provided was this: "But whosoever drinks of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst." (John 4:14) Love you Joan !! Paul and Linda

 

Michelle Facchina posted on 7/28/19

It is with an extremely heavy heart that I write this tribute as Bill was not only a coworker but a friend. Bill undoubtedly had a terrific sense of humor matched only by his infectious laugh. His devotion to Billy and Jack was undeniable. During the time we worked together most Monday mornings began with joyful stories of weekend events with his boys. Bill spoke often of his father and mother and credited them with his academic prowess and worldly life experiences. Many of his childhood stories referenced his beloved experiences with his sister and his role as the older brother. Both the world and the workplace were a better place with Bill in them. He will be greatly missed. RIP my friend.

 

Dick Sheehan posted on 7/28/19

So sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I worked with Tom at C&P telephone company back in the 70's. I have always had the highest regards of him and remember some of our card games with Dutch Clem at the old farm on Rt. 7 so many years ago. Never was a dull moment when Tom was around. "GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY."

 

Bill and janie dunlap posted on 7/27/19

Rest in peace our dear friend

 

 

Tim Chapman posted on 7/27/19

Most of you know that last week we lost our dearest daughter Karaline on Wednesday 7/17/2019 to Heart Failure. Here is what happened and a little about her. She had eaten and early dinner and went to her room to play on her computer. I got home roughly around 4pm and my wife and I ate dinner then. My wife said lets run up to Walmart. I said okay as I needed some stuff from there. I went to put our dog Marley in her crate and my wife went to let Karaline know we were going to run out. When she walked into the room she screamed and I came running. I called 911 and started CPR she took over for me and I went outside to wave down the rescue personnel as they arrived. They did what they could and then my wife road with the rescue squad to the ER and I rode with my mother-in-law. When we arrived they took us all to the room where they tell you the bad news. Now I will tell you a little about my wonderful daughter. She loved writing, she loved animals, she loved giving hugs to almost anyone. If any of you ever met her you may remember that first time. She would have said “Hi, I don’t know you but can I give you a hug” she did this with waiters, waitresses, hotel staff and all our friends. Some may not have needed a hug but I am guessing many did and that is why Jesus had her passing them out. She had just turned 20 on July 1 of this year. Yes she was way too young to go home with the Lord. She also loved her computer, she played many role playing games, drew art with her mouse, and many other things. She also loved eating at Red Lobster, although she did not like eating fish. When we went there she would eat the chicken tenders and order a virgin mojito. She would always ask the person up front could she pet the Lobsters and they would get one out for her to do that so thank you Red Lobster for making my daughters day each and every time we went there. As I think back on all the good times it brings tears of joy to my eyes as we were blessed to be there with her through them. At my company’s last holiday part I asked our CEO could my daughter do the money machine, he said yes. She grabbed a whopping $13 dollars and she was so happy to have done that. There were many good times, we had many vacations where she would make us laugh and cry. Words cannot explain all of it, but those with kids know what I am talking about. A little more about her. She was in the Autistic Spectrum with Sensory Processing Disorder. She went to a special needs school here in the Winchester area NREP where she graduated in 2018. We were working with DARS to obtain her Medicaid waiver so that she could obtain a job coach from NW Works to help her get a job and see if she could function in a job. Karaline really wanted to start working and earning her own money. She also has had a pacemaker for Complete Fetal Heart Block since she was 14 days old. We knew without the pacer we may have her only a couple years, but with the pacer we would possibly have her until she grew old. Well we ended up having her 20 blessed years. We are trying to remember all the good memories of her and this is a very rough time in our lives. As she loved animals and she had a heart issue, please consider making donations in her name to your local animal shelters and The American Heart Association. One last thing, those of you with children, please give them each a hug from her and tell them I love you, and let them know in words what their life means to you. This is something she would want from each of you. She now has a new home with our heavenly father, her club foot is fixed, her heart is fixed, her SPD is cured. She is playing with all the children that went before her. She is watching down on all of us from above. Those that received her hugs are doing better after getting those hugs. We do not have any arrangements at this time. I really want to thank all those who have reached out and helped us in many ways. Some have made dinners, some have brought over breakfast, some have come over and cleaned our daughters room. I really appreciated the carpet cleaning company Heavens Carpet Cleaners, I asked for the bill and he said it has been taken care of, I think I know who did that and thank you for taking care of this for our family. We have been so blessed to have such great friends. Our heart felt thanks goes out to each and everyone of you.

 

Paul Proctor posted on 7/27/19

So sorry for the loss of your blessing

 

Mendy posted on 7/27/19

To my Sister and Brother in law, your beautiful daughter will be deeply missed by so many! I am so glad she shared her love of Reading, her love of Animals big and small, and her creative Artwork. We will greatly miss her and her hugs! My prayers are with you both.

 

Patsy Tappan posted on 7/27/19

Thinking of you and your family during these difficult times.

 

 

Suzy Kramer posted on 7/27/19

Tom was a very dear man. He was an inspiration to so many, myself included. He will be sadly missed by all. My prayers and condolences to family and friends. ❤ Suzy

 

 

Jaylene M Sarracino posted on 7/26/19

Thinking of your family during this time. I'm so very sorry and I'm here if you need to talk.

 

Timothy Braun posted on 7/26/19

I will always remember his smile, speaking of his boys made him shine. I will always remember that he made a difference in this world. All that knew Bill will LOVE and MISS him. My prayers to the Sondervan Family thin blue line

 

 

Bill Patras "Tugboat" posted on 7/26/19

May the burdens of the world be lifted from you and your family. I pray your wife and children will find the peace to continue thru the obstacles of life with the assistance of your memory and the help of your family and friends.

 

Lander Manuel posted on 7/26/19

Our deepest sympathy to you , Hal, and your family.

 

Kathy McHale posted on 7/26/19

Tom was such a dear friend of Matt's and I was blessed to know him and Donna through that relationship. Tom's speaking voice and laugh were so distinctive. One anniversary meeting, that was held at the War Memorial Building, had a karaoke mike set up. Tom got up and sang and I'm not sure but I think he sang, "To Dream the Impossible Dream" and he had a beautiful singing voice. I was so surprised and delighted by his transformation on stage, and really anytime he shared his story. What a kind, intelligent, good and thoughtful man!

 

 

Helen Mason posted on 7/26/19

There was a few times when my husband David would try to fix something if he couldn't . I would say shower repair and time call and and we will be alright. Always was. I send my deepest condolences to you the family and friends with all my prayers as for my David went on to be with the Lord Jesus Christ in 2002 . I know each moment is not easy it doesn't get easier but with the Lord Jesus Christ and your family by your side you can make it. Amen Amen.

 

Diane M. Sendlenski posted on 7/25/19

One day I get a phone call out of the blue - "I think I'm your cousin".... that's the day I discovered my cousin Barbara. I told her, that is the day my world opened up to new family and friends and I thanked her. My dear cousin and friend, you changed my life and brought me great joy! What an incredible impact you have had on so many people! You are a true blessing! Rest well my angel cousin, God Bless you!

 

 

Helen Elliott Mason posted on 7/25/19

My deepest sympathy and condolences to the family and friends for there was and many. My it is so hard to believe that you are gone I can't picture it. Seems like yesterday that we were graduating. I know that you will be missed by many . But we will have a reunion one the whole gang laughing so hard but it will be there. Just so joyful and with our family and friends right with us. So for now Ronnie no more picking just waiting for that day Amen .

 

 

Helen Elliott Mason posted on 7/25/19

Sorry to hear of the passing Ronnie was a great person. I send my deepest condolences to family and friends .Everywhere Ronnie was class there was there was he was to be a friend.

 

Robin Donald, DO posted on 7/25/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your sons. My deepest sympathy!

 

 

Janet Prall posted on 7/25/19

Fantastic soul with so much care for others. I will not forget you.

 

Linda and Tom Forrest posted on 7/25/19

Donna-We are so sorry to hear your sad news. May Tom rest in peace.

 

Mary McGreevy posted on 7/25/19

Dear Tim & Sheila, I am so sorry to hear about Karaline's passing. It is a terrible thing to loose a child. My prayers are with you. God Bless Mary

 

Tina (Lockley) DeHaven posted on 7/25/19

Remember Betty and Jack always being there for anyone that needed a helping hand. Such special people and such a special family. Hugs and prayers to all.

 

Adriana Canas posted on 7/25/19

My prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Becky Lockley Harrison posted on 7/25/19

Such s sweet and interesting lady. So sorry for the family’s loss.

 

John C. posted on 7/25/19

Karaline, you brightened the days of so many people with your hugs and kindness.

 

 

Shirley Layman posted on 7/25/19

RIP MY FRIEND WILL MISS THAT SMILE YOU ALWAYS HAD ON SUNDAY MORNING SYMPATHY TO FAMILY AND PRAYERS

 

Barbara Day Efaw posted on 7/25/19

My deepest sympathy to you Donna and your family. He is with God and the angels now and may he rest in peace. --

 

Rick and Leona Choy posted on 7/25/19

Rest in Peace, our beloved friend, neighbor and sister in Christ, Joan. We will deeply miss our almost daily conversations and contacts with you and our happy times together. The most recent was to celebrate your 78th birthday with your friends at your favorite restaurant. We are saddened for our loss of your presence but rejoice with you now that your faith is made perfect in the Presence of God. Goodbye, dear friend. Let the Eternal Light of Jesus shine upon you and grant you peace.

 

 

Marcia Oliver posted on 7/25/19

Betty and I always arrived early for our Philia Sunday School Class at First Baptist. We distributed the hymnals together then had time to chat and catch up on “news.” I’ve missed her since she became too ill to attend church. Sending condolences and prayers to Ken and all of Betty’s family. You were blessed to be her family, and she will be greatly missed.

 

Glenn Crumpton posted on 7/25/19

Leslie and family, I have fond memories of Mrs. Betty and always loved her smile and humor. You all are being remembered in my prayers. Love, Glenn

 

Mary McGreevy posted on 7/25/19

Tim, I was so sorry to hear about Karaline's passing. It's a terrible thing to loose a child. You and your family are in my prayers. God Bless

 

 

Larry Allen posted on 7/24/19

Our deepest sympathy to the Sondervan family. Larry and Marie Allen

 

Alen “OJ” Ovejera posted on 7/24/19

Rest Easy My Brother in Blue

 

nelda sours posted on 7/24/19

Will always smile when I think of my kind friend with a laugh that Iwill always love and cherish! i love you,Tom and Donna.

 

Jessy Saini posted on 7/24/19

It was a pleasure to work with Bill and have him as my first supervisor at LE/FAMS. We will miss you and my thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.

 

Barbara Funk Kuhlman posted on 7/24/19

Billy

 

Barbara Funk Kuhlman posted on 7/24/19

My sincere condolences to Bill, Nancy & the family on the loss of Billy. Your friends will share your grief in the passing days and months to come. Please know you have many friends.

 

Cathy and Larry Behler posted on 7/24/19

So sorry for the loss of your son. There really are no word to describe what a parent goes through in loosing a child no matter how old they are. Larry and I lost our son back in 2011 so we feel your pain. You and the rest of your family are in our prayers.

 

Becky Myers posted on 7/24/19

I live in Arizona now But I still subscribe to the Winchester Star. My condolences go out to you Donna and family. I will always remember our fabulous Home Group. Tom was a big part of my early days. I will always remember his giggle and his smile

 

Judy Whitmer posted on 7/24/19

I am so blessed to have had you touch my life at the Cancer Center. Always with a smile on your face. Rest peacefully my friend.

 

 

John Phillips posted on 7/24/19

My sincere condolences on your loss.

 

 

William and Norma Bensor posted on 7/24/19

We are so sorry for the loss of your loved one, husband,father. You all have our deepest sympathy.

 

Steve Johnston posted on 7/24/19

Karaline You will never know how many lives you have touched and changed or made a difference in condolences to your family

 

Ed and Patty Longo posted on 7/24/19

Prayers for the Family ascending, I am sorry for your loss. Stay Strong.

 

Tim Weir posted on 7/24/19

Donna and family, I am so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Janis T Tabor posted on 7/24/19

Hey, Judy, so glad you were his love! We were needy friends in the 1960s. He was such a dear, sweet guy. I'll miss him forever. Did not know he had passed until today! God bless!

 

Ms. Z posted on 7/24/19

I remember your creative lab summaries from our 8th grade science class at JWMS. Your animal illustrations were awesome!

 

Susan Byram-Rodriquez posted on 7/24/19

Smiley, one of a kind. You will be missed! RIP Tom❣

 

 

Terri Phillips posted on 7/23/19

We served together at Atsugi, Japan. He was an exemplary doctor and a truly nice guy. My heart felt condolences. I smile every time I think of him singing karaoke to Steely Dan! Rest gently my friend.

 

Marty Hill posted on 7/23/19

Favorite Memory is the day I was introduced to Tom by Matt! Every time I described Tom to someone I said "Smiling Tom". Loved his Smile and so glad he helped me get mine back. Gonna miss you!

 

 

Helen mason posted on 7/23/19

You will be missed by many and I send my deepest condolences to family and friends at the SPCA for the love you shared with each and every animal.

 

 

Debbie Whelchel posted on 7/23/19

Sweet girl, you will be missed!

 

Kevin Siwierka posted on 7/23/19

Lunches with you and Randy at Gregorios every couple of months!

 

Kevin Siwierka posted on 7/23/19

Bill: It was a pleasure to know and work with you my brother as you taught us all so much about the unique role of the Federal Air Marshal. I wish I had been more aware of the pain and anguish you suffered through on a daily basis and been there for you to encourage you and help you get through. Your death has left a huge hole in many hearts and you will be sorely missed. May God be with you and bring you the peace you so desperately sought, Our deepest prayers and condolences are with Vanessa, Billy, Jack and your extended families during this difficult time.

 

 

Thomas Kelly posted on 7/23/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

 

Criss Moss posted on 7/23/19

Thank you Bill for being a great supervisor/mentor to my husband. I hope you have found peace. RIP Criss Moss

 

Henry Rodgers posted on 7/23/19

What sn awesome man !

 

Wendy Rose Boice posted on 7/23/19

Mark & Family, I was so sorry to hear the news. Debbie will be so so missed. She was my first Manager in Payroll and she was amazing! I had only done back up at my prior employer and she was so great in teaching me the ropes to take the reins and run with it. Later I was so grateful that she still wanted to stay in touch even though we no longer worked together. I will always value her friendship, her advise and her prayers as she helped me through a lot of tough times. She was a very special lady. You and the family are in my prayers.

 

Gertie Fields posted on 7/23/19

My deepest condolences to you Mark. I know that Debbie loved and adored you just as much as you loved and adored her. Debbie was the best manager I ever had. She was such a sweet, kind woman whom I will miss dearly. May God continue to keep you, comfort you, strengthen you and bless you.

 

Chuck Carroll posted on 7/23/19

My favorite memory of Tom is when I talked him into joining me on the Shenandoah river fishing out a canoe and him hooking a fish and struggling to reel it in and in his words “I’ve got something huge on the line” When he got it to boat side and pulled it out of the water it was just a small bluegill. (really small) in which he shouted “ THAT’S NOT IT!!!!” Needless to say, but....that WAS it. Rest peacefully Tom.

 

 

Angelina Taylor posted on 7/23/19

Remembering all the great times at grandmothers house and the past reunions we have had with our loving and great family-You will be greatly missed Uncle Tommy we will see you in heaven one day love your niece Angie❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Lucy Brown Armstrong posted on 7/22/19

My heart goes out to his loving family

 

Mike & Bev DAngiolillo posted on 7/22/19

Your caring and loving nature towards our four legged friends makes you a very special person who will be missed by many. We only met once when you came to adopt Trixie and it was evident that you were indeed special. Go in peace Deb.

 

Judy Nickelson posted on 7/21/19

Ruth I am sorry for your loss. I just saw this on line. I will tell mom (Evelyn Hott) I was thinking about you last week.

 

 

Barbara Jean Fogle posted on 7/20/19

Dear Big Brother, Thank you for the years you helped me care for Mom together. I've lost my helper to lean on. We siblings were four, and now I feel as if we've lost a limb. Bye bye, Big Bear. Love, Little Sissy. Barbara

 

Doug Loy posted on 7/20/19

Mr. Layton was a fine man. We used his wonderful services "Layton Appliance Repair" for many years. He had a wonderful customer relationship. During his repairs we had many enjoyable conversations. We have missed him during his retirement and will continue to miss that we shall not cross paths in our community.

 

Angie Shirley posted on 7/19/19

Cindy Lou( Katie), Lauren and Lily, My heart breaks for you because you lost your dad, my heart also smiles for you because he left you with many happy memories. Praying that you all will be comforted by the many memories in the days ahead. As many of you know, Mr. Hawkins loved his rocking chair....Well just a few weeks ago I rode past his house and looked over, as I was driving by I see him rocking away on his porch with his chin to his chest. He had rocked himself to sleep...lol I wish I had snapped a picture as he looked so content to be enjoying such a simple pleasure! I bet if we could see Heaven right now, Mr. Hawkins is probably rocking away beside our Heavenly Father. What a joyful image. I will continue to lift you beautiful ladies up in prayer. I love you! Ang

 

Steve & Lynda Hart posted on 7/19/19

Puggy was a bright light in this world. Cousin, you will be missed by all. Your girls and brothers and sister are in our prayers.

 

Roberta “Bert” Brooks posted on 7/19/19

To all of Stu’s family and friends. I’m incredibly sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed being around him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. ❤️❤️

 

Kirk Murray posted on 7/19/19

Rest In Peace, Brother Rat.

 

 

Cathy Kline posted on 7/19/19

Stu I will always remember our late night talks about baseball. You will be very missed.

 

Sharon Johnson posted on 7/19/19

My deepest sympathies go out to all the family. Stu was always a pleasure to talk to. Enjoyed our conversations and can't remember one where I didn't learn a little something new from him. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace Stu.

 

Doug Loy posted on 7/19/19

I went to Handley with Stewart and worked at the Hospital with him also. One of the finest men you would ever come across. Condolences to the family.

 

Annette”Netty” and Leo St.Hilaire posted on 7/19/19

Our deepest sympathies to Wendy and Stuarts’ family. He will be missed by all.

 

 

Kimberly Leadman posted on 7/19/19

Was a good man ... Always enjoyed the talks we had.... A man who always made you feel wanted very kind. God got a special Angel.....

 

Dawn Ullery posted on 7/19/19

Worked with Ronnie at O'Sullivan. Great guy, great coworker. Prayers to his family.

 

Sheila Youngblood posted on 7/19/19

I wanted to post a memory of an Uncle that was not only handsome, dynamic, funny, loving to all of his family, but helped shape my career in a way when I was growing up by introducing me to Emergency Services. More importantly than how he shaped me, is what he did for everyone else, which is what he was all about. He sure made everyone laugh a lot too! My sister and I would leave the beaches of NC and go to Winchester EVERY summer, to spend time with family, for an entire month, and we LOVED it! I know you think, WHO leaves a BEACH to go to the VALLEY of VA? Beach babies do. :) Beach babies that LOVE their Winchester family, and we sure do! The older I got, the more he got me interested in emergency services, and I went on to become a Paramedic in my county for 30 years. I would tease him that the helmet on fire calls would mess my hair up, so I didn't go into the Fire Dept, I went into EMS. Barbara, Aimee, Tommy and all the rest of my family, I wish I could be there Friday. I am expecting another Grand baby any minute. Tommy sure is going to be in some GREAT company though! Know that I am there with you all in spirit and we will be making a donation to the FD in his name. I love you all!

 

Scott Rinker posted on 7/19/19

My sympathy goes to all of the family of stew as I always new him was a great guy and very pleasant to talk to....... RIP my friend

 

Scott cullers posted on 7/18/19

Tommy was a wonderful person and friend. He was a true professional and consummate firefighter and officer. I had the privilege of growing up around Tommy at friendship fire company. He was always willing to help me learn the trade of firefighting . He loved his profession.

 

Tiffany Girouard posted on 7/18/19

Always a smile on his face. Worked with him at the hospital and always had a high to give and a kind word to say. Will miss him greatly.

 

Jim & Kathy Fitzgerald posted on 7/18/19

Deepest sympathy to the Walther family. Such a genius and hard working man, taken way to soon. RIP brother- " Go rest high on that mountain "

 

Deborah M Vann posted on 7/18/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I am a former neighbor of Shirley's, and so enjoyed stopping to chat on the front porch. My prayers to you all.

 

Teresa Levi posted on 7/18/19

She had the sweetest smile! Prayers to the family and Hugs to Mike and Anne! 😘

 

Sam Nelson posted on 7/18/19

My deepest sympathies to the family. You 'al and Ronnie are in my prayers.

 

Luke Savolainen posted on 7/18/19

I would like to sit around a campfire and talk to his two sons tell him how great his dad was

 

CHRISTY posted on 7/17/19

Mrs Edward's The Imaging Department at WMC wanted to let you know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We will miss you and Mr Edward's dearly. Keep in touch. We are only a phone call away.

 

Donna Hastings posted on 7/17/19

RIP my godfather and Uncle Frank. I will never forget coming to your house and watching the trains go by and visiting you at the photo shop. Virginia had the best doctor they took me to to burn off my warts. They never came back . Love you, Donna

 

Kevin Yost posted on 7/17/19

Tommy touched the lives of alot of young men "growing up" in the firehouses of Winchester . I am glad to be one he mentored. To Barbara and family may you always cherish his memories as many of us in the fire service will as well.

 

Dale Rogers and Margo posted on 7/17/19

Ruth, Linden was a good friend and Brother Teamster. I will miss the phone call and laughs we shared. May the peace of Christ be with you and your family.

 

Jerry (Inky) Adams posted on 7/17/19

My deepest sympathy to Tommy’s wife Barbara ,family and love ones he leaves behind. Time will heal but the memories will always be there.

 

Kent & Helen Barley posted on 7/17/19

Our Deepest Sympathy to Jeanne & family. Buck was a wonderful person and will be missed . He was one in a million!

 

Rod Miller posted on 7/17/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to Ronnie’s Family. Gone to soon. RIP Ronnie

 

Douglas Brown posted on 7/17/19

Stewart was the best next door neighbor that I ever had , every morning that I would walk to my mail box to get the paper he would be sitting in his rocking chair on the porch and I would say good morning to him and every time I was out in my back yard I would always look over to his porch to see if he was out there , we often had a lot of conversations which I really enjoyed with him. Stewart was a great guy and i will miss seeing and talking to him . May he rest in peace

 

Luke Savolainen posted on 7/17/19

My heart goes out to the Walther family. I grew up hanging out with Ronnie and the family so many great memories and now so sad.God bless the Walther family I love you guys you are in my heart forever.

 

Richard Allen Loy posted on 7/17/19

I lived around the corner, grew up with him ; kindergarten through air guard

 

Shelly (Renner) Dyer posted on 7/17/19

Lauren and Katie, I am so sorry to hear about your dad. I remember all the times that you all came out to my grandparents house for cookouts. They were such fond memories to me. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Bobbie Pettit posted on 7/17/19

My prayers are with the family st Lindens passing. A true gentleman that I am honored to call him and Ruth my friends. God Bless you alll.

 

Deanna Johnson posted on 7/17/19

So sorry to hear of JR's passing. Thinking of your family at this very difficult time.

 

Becky Wine posted on 7/17/19

I worked at WMC for many years and saw him almost daily! We could always count on him to come to check out our constant equipment issues in the Cath Lab. Rest in glorious peace my friend.

 

Nevaeh posted on 7/17/19

R.I.P cierra i will always miss you . I miss seeing your smile and your funniness. Love Nevaeh-Samantha

 

D’Ann & Kevin Kenney posted on 7/16/19

I got to know Stewart through my sister Melinda Hart and brother-in-law Dave. From the first time we met it was as though we had known each for ever. He had a great sense of humor and was always smiling about something. My prayers are with the girls and his bonus family. Smile and remember his love.

 

 

Kimberli Rae posted on 7/16/19

I am so sorry for this event. I didn’t know her but she is in my prayers daily

 

Stanley Zirkle, Jr. posted on 7/16/19

Stewart was a very dear friend from high school. We had so many fun moments in several classes we had together. I would see Stewart when I would do work at the hospital often. I will so sadly miss our chats when we would see each other. A great Man gone to soon.

 

Sandy Hyson posted on 7/16/19

Ronnie was one person you could not forget. I am so sad to hear about his passing. I was just thinking about him and wondering how he was doing. My prayers and thoughts for his parents and family.

 

Carol and Mike Johnston posted on 7/16/19

Dear Walther Family. We both knew Ronnie from O'Sullivan. He was always very kind. Our prayers are with you.

 

Sue Jones Murphy posted on 7/16/19

Stewart was definitely one of the good guys. I graduated in 1976 with him and worked at the hospital with him many years. He always took the time to say HI and he always smiled. Whenever I would see him he always took a few minutes to talk. He will be missed by everyone that knew him and loved him.

 

Barbara H Martin posted on 7/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family

 

Pat Streit posted on 7/16/19

May God bless and comfort you during this difficult time.My thougts and prayers are with each of you,love to all

 

Beverly Franks posted on 7/16/19

I have so many fond memories of Stewart as his banker for 17 years. I would like to share 3 of those memories that make me smile right now. The 1st was when I was a newly approved lender & Stewart came to me to finance his beloved Tundra. A computer/human error quoted him a payment which was a bit off (by $100 less than the actual payment). Stewart being the kind gentleman that he was forgave me and still proceeded with that loan. 2nd was his patience training our staff at the Branch CPR which brought us all “Annie” struggles but we passed after the laughter stopped. 3rd was a bank visit of many when he requested my boss who was busy in the restroom so we passed her a note under the door that a VIP had arrived and to hurry up in there. The 3rd one was so true...!!!! We all valued him as not only a customer but our friend. Heaven is so lucky to have you Stewart ....RIP Puggy!!!

 

Tammy Mcdonald posted on 7/16/19

Lauren he had to have been a wonderful man because he raised such an amazing daughter. You and your sister are in our prayers.

 

 

Robin Hawkins Staubs posted on 7/16/19

Thoughts and Prayers

 

Sandy Ritter Harris posted on 7/16/19

I grew up just a few houses from Tommy on Virginia Avenue and went to Virginia Ave. School with him from first grade. I remember that he was always kind to everyone and that his grandmother made homemade hot cinnamon candy apples for Halloween each year. What was so special was that they were only for the kids in the immediate neighborhood, and it made us feel special if we were on the list! May God comfort Tommy's family in their loss!

 

Taylor argueta posted on 7/16/19

Sorry I couldn't make the celebration of life please Terri let me know when the funeral will be Cierra was my best friend. I dont have any social media to find out My mom told me everything. I didnt want to believe it 😞 I miss her soooo much. My best friend is gone. Prayers to you and Nathan and family and her kids

 

Deborah Hammond posted on 7/16/19

I was saddened to learn of the passing of Mr. Heavner. He was a good man and a man who focused on making the world a better place. The world has been lessened by his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time.

 

Bill & Bonnie Armes posted on 7/16/19

Our deepest sympathies go out to the Family. May God you the comfort and peace that you seek. And may the soul of your loved one Rest in Peace...We have been friends for many years and no one could ever hope to have a better friend!

 

Janice (Davis) Lofton posted on 7/16/19

Ruth, I’m sorry to hear of the loss of your husband, Linden. I lost my husband of 54 years in 2010. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen you. My prayers are with you and your family. Janice (Davis) Lofton

 

Marshall and Linda Strachan posted on 7/16/19

Dear Walther Family, so sorry to learn of your loss. Our hearts go out to you. May God comfort you during this very sad and painful time.

 

Doug Loy posted on 7/16/19

Barbara and Edwards family, No words I say will heal or make the pain go away. But know Tommy touched a lot of lives and you are not alone. He was a great guy that we all enjoyed being around.

 

Craig and Kathy Smith posted on 7/16/19

Our deepest sympathies go out to Robert & Teresa and family. May God embrace you in comfort during this difficult time.

 

Tim Weir posted on 7/16/19

I served in the Air Guard fire department with Tommy. He was a great guy! My thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

Punchy Bromley posted on 7/16/19

Barbara,thinking of you in this time of sorrow

 

Pam White posted on 7/16/19

Sending love and hugs to the whole family! That man definitely loved his family, no doubt about it! I'm so sorry ❤️

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 7/16/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Richard "Bear" Walker posted on 7/16/19

Rest in peace Bucky, gone but never forgotten.

 

Rick Holliday posted on 7/15/19

Jeanne and family: Buck was a great person! He will be missed. Praying for all.

 

Missy King posted on 7/15/19

Prayers such a nice guy, worked with him at hood

 

Buddy and Chris Fishel posted on 7/15/19

Sending prayers Brenda to you and your family.

 

Ronnie Gordon posted on 7/15/19

This very special women has left me with so many fond memories from the days of taking Unity classes ...I loved her whit, intelligence, insights, kindness, sensitivity and so much more...though I have not seen Diane in many years she left a deep resonance in my heart ...I’m sure she is blessed many times on her new journey..as she leaves us with precious permanent memories... I glad to have known her for a few years.

 

Erick King posted on 7/15/19

Ron was a great coworker and a good guy. So very sorry to hear this. Rest In Peace Woody.

 

Maria Taliaferro Moseley posted on 7/15/19

May God comfort you and hold you close. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Terry & Patty Zimmermann posted on 7/15/19

Sending heartfelt sympathy and prayers. Mr. Merritt was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed.

 

Ronnie and Kelly Twigg posted on 7/15/19

We will miss you buddy...Rip

 

Jay S Grimm posted on 7/15/19

Heartfelt sympathies to all of the Merritt Family. I fondly recall our teen years in Pinville. Buck was GOOD People.

 

Brian Campbell posted on 7/15/19

Ronnie, I haven’t seen the guy in almost 25 years. He was an influence, both positive and negative that both shared music and lifestyle with me in our youth. We jumped off quarry walls into the water and did lots of work on his property and had lots of fun doing all of those things. He’d challenge me to try new things such as diving from a sixty foot rock wall into a deep quarry pond. It was amazing, thrilling and what life was meant to show you on the voyage through this life. He shared lots of good music with me and I still treasure those day. Miss you Ronnie and I miss all of your crazy sayings and humor...you were a nut and loved by many! Let’s fire up the four wheeler and see what happens! You were king of the “watch this” moment!

 

Larry and Terry Feltner posted on 7/14/19

Words cannot express our deep sorrow for your family. You all are in our prayers.

 

Larry and Terry Feltner posted on 7/14/19

Words cannot express the sorrow that we feel for the family. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Larry & Cathy Johnson posted on 7/14/19

Gone to soon... RIP Ronnie

 

Connie Fauver Graham posted on 7/14/19

Love and prayers to all who knew Cierra. Special thoughts to my friend Terri.

 

Samantha Richards posted on 7/14/19

Sweet Shirley always so kind to me. Rest In Peace 🌹

 

Rose Siemer posted on 7/14/19

Sending prayers

 

Teresa Cripe posted on 7/14/19

Jeannie & family. So sorry for your loss. Prayers to all of you. Hsve to work this coming week, I am not able to make it to the funeral home.

 

 

MICHAEL STONESIFER & ELAINE STONESIFER posted on 7/14/19

JEANNE & FAMILY YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS & PRAYERS..

 

Kimberly A Moneypenny posted on 7/14/19

Nick, Khloe and Landen, May God keep you all under his wing. You are in my prayers and thoughts. Cierra was such a beautiful person inside and out. She loved you guys with all her heart. I was so shocked for her to be taken from you all at such a young age. Please know how much I loved her and love you guys. My heart goes out to all of you. Nick one day at a time. RIP beautiful Cierra.

 

Bill and Paulette Woodard posted on 7/14/19

God has another Angel!!! Prayers and love to all the family!!❤️🙏

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 7/14/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Wanda Roberts posted on 7/14/19

Carol and John, I am just learning of your Dad’s passing and I am deeply sorry for your loss. Your long term care and devotion to him was so heartwarming to witness and is so rare in our society. I pray for you and your family at this most sorrowful time and I hope your memories of your dad will bring you a beacon of comfort in your darkest days.

 

Taylor Argueta posted on 7/14/19

Cierra and I were best friends pretty much inseparable until she moved away we lost contact . She was a great friend and a awesome mother. She loved doing hair. She always had makeup on no matter what time it was. Sometime like 8 or 9 in the morning I would show up at her house and there she was at that time with makeup on already and her hair straightened. She loved high heels and anything that had to deal with glitter. She always used to phrase Holy Hannah when something was surprising to her. She also loved to tan we would always tan out on her back porch. She also hated spiders.I miss her so much. I lost the one and only girl that I could call my best friend. Prayers to family and kids.

 

 

Keshia Shorts posted on 7/13/19

Ms Shirley we love you so much! I can’t stop thinking of how you would come down the hall at green valley commons to check on me! All I can say is you definitely made it easy for me to do my job! I will always remember you my butterfly

 

 

Helen mason posted on 7/13/19

We would like send our deepest condolences to family . He was a great person very nice and kind will be missed by one and all. Our thoughts and prayers are with each and everyone Amen. Winnie Elliott and Helen Mason and family

 

Cathy Lewis posted on 7/13/19

So sorry to hear, prayers for you and your family for your loss

 

Brenda Gray posted on 7/13/19

Aunt Shirley you were such a great person and one of my favorite I so remember the night that my Dad passed away I was only 11 and not really knowing what was going on but you did and you never left my and Jeannie side you were the one that cared about us and I have never forgotten. Rest In Peace Aunt Shirley you will be so missed!

 

Jay Russell posted on 7/13/19

I worked with Buck for several years at Crown! He was a hard worker, but loved to joke & laugh!. Bick had a heart of gold!

 

Sherry posted on 7/13/19

You were indeed a beautiful person and good mother I pray Nick and the kids find some sort of comfort. Khloe you are such a precious child please stay close to your brother and look out for your dad love from Ohio

 

Jay Russell posted on 7/13/19

I worked with Buck for several years! He was a hard working man! He loved to joke & laugh! Heart of gold!

 

Brenda Walker posted on 7/13/19

Buck was a dear friend to my mother & me. Jeanie & family you have our deepest condolences.

 

Kathie Wentz posted on 7/12/19

To my beautiful sister I am sorry for all the time that we let pass because of silly arguments or just time passing - I just want you to know that I love you and I'm glad that you are now free from pain and at peace. Give mom & dad a hug for me and tell Richard I said hey. 💕

 

 

Cassandra Wisecarver Puffinburger posted on 7/12/19

RIP Cierra. Your memory will always be with us all. Prayers to your children and your family. Gone to Soon.

 

Larry Steven James sr posted on 7/12/19

Buck was truly a no nonsense Business man i will surely miss him we had some good laughs.

 

Cassandra Wisecarver Puffinburger posted on 7/12/19

Cierra gone way to soon. RIP my friend. You were so young and full of life. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Fly High On That Mountain.

 

Regina Davis posted on 7/12/19

Thoughts & prayers are with you all---Hayfield Family Restaurant , Denny & Regina Davis, DJ & Tiffany Davis

 

Carolyn nealis posted on 7/12/19

Prayers and thoughts for the family in difficult time of losing an love one. The memories are forever.

 

 

Sandy Hartman Clendening posted on 7/12/19

Uncle Buck ( Best Uncle Ever)!!! In my younger years he would always come by the house on Christmas Eve with a beer in one hand and a cigarette in the other always laughing and being funny as could be. One night he told my 4 year old daughter if she didn't go to bed the aliens were going to get her, she remembers that to this day, he was cracking up when he said that. A wonderful man in my eye's always smiling and joking around. I'll miss him alot !!!

 

 

Sabrina Cameron posted on 7/12/19

You will be missed Uncle Buck. May God wrap his arms around your loved ones, & comfort them in this difficult time.

 

Dorothy H Harriman posted on 7/12/19

Lindetta, I have fond memories of your dad at Gravel Springs, You were his special girl. He will be missed. Take care of yourself. Blessings Dorothy Himelright Harriman

 

 

Donna Miller posted on 7/11/19

Thoughts and Prayers for all of you, Love Donna

 

Micah Jacobs posted on 7/11/19

Villa - Sorry for you loss. MIcah

 

Tracy Bierkamp posted on 7/11/19

Prayers and condolences to all the family. He will be missed.

 

Nancy Allamong posted on 7/11/19

So sorry for your loss

 

Nancy Adams posted on 7/11/19

Marion was such a gift to the WInchester Community. I had the honor of working with her when she joined the Board of Directors for the Council on Alcoholism Lord Fairfax Community. She put her heart and soul in everything she did. Finding a permanent home for WATTS was certainly her passion. It is my hope that as a community we can honor her by finding a way to do just that. My deepest sympathy goes out to her family.

 

Judy from the front desk at the cancer center posted on 7/10/19

My Fogle always had a joke and a smile for me. I hope he is at peace. Prayers for his family.

 

Bob and Mary Fetter posted on 7/10/19

We were happy to have known both Betty and Roy over the years. We spent many good times with them talking about LSU teams. Our condolences to Pam and Joe and all of the family

 

 

Beverly Cornwell posted on 7/10/19

We will miss you Mike.

 

Will and Diane Hottle posted on 7/9/19

We will miss you. The world will not be the same without you in it. With all our love.

 

Leslie (Reid) Colvin posted on 7/9/19

To the family - please accept my most sincere condolences for the loss of Mr. Racey. My heart will be filled with prayer as your family begins to heal. Sending my love...

 

Kathy Davis posted on 7/9/19

Mrs. Adams, Harry & Debbie and Mikes family. I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Mike. I always enjoyed talking to him. He was such a great person. He will be missed by many. Keeping all the families in thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

 

Deloris Hausenfluck posted on 7/9/19

Pam, Justin and Matt, Words can not express how sorry I am for the lost of Mike. Sure glad I looked at the paper sometimes that duty gets behind.He was always willing to lend a helping hand when we were neighbors many years ago. He had talent of repairing and fixing things. Also when you all were moving to Bruce Street, Jimmy Adams told me that his grandchildren were going to be my neighbors and for us to look out for them. And Charles or I or both would be out in the yard and they were real little and they would come up and asked if they could help especially in the fall when that tree in the size yard was full of leaves. May God hold each of you in the palm of his hand,during the days ahead. If you just want to talk or cry I am hear for the three of you. May Mike rest in heavenly peace . And may God hold each of you in the palm of his hand Deloris and Charles would want to send his. We both really liked you all he loved to told to you all and the boys. Deloris and Charles would want to send his condolences also condolences too.

 

Dianna Adams Hayford posted on 7/9/19

Dear Sherry I just found out about Uncle Bob. I’m so so sorry. He was a wonderful uncle. Always made me laugh. Please except my deepest condolences.

 

Wes Bayliss posted on 7/9/19

Just returned from vacation with family today, learned of the old man's passing. Pam and Just have comfort in knowing that Mike's pain is gone. So very sorry that I found out too late to see you all this evening. Please know that I am thinking of the Smith family during this difficult time. May the memories shared be forever etched in your hearts. God Bless

 

Ashley Shanholtz posted on 7/8/19

Rest In Paradise Beautiful. I’m sorry for the lost of your family and I just found out about your passing.

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 7/8/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

John Catlett posted on 7/8/19

So sorry to hear of Lawrence passing. I always considered him one of my uncles. He was a great man.

 

Sue Catlett Thorne posted on 7/8/19

Lawrence was a sweet man. Always remember him smiling. So sorry for your loss. Praying for you all during this time .

 

Eddie Higgs posted on 7/8/19

My deepest sympathy for all of the family me and Smitty had a lot of good times in early years

 

Laura Button-Cain posted on 7/8/19

I met Ruby at my hairdresser each Friday. I was so sad to learn of her passing. I send my condolences to her children (especially her daughter who brought her every Friday). I will miss seeing her and chatting with her. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I just learned of her passing Friday (7/5)

 

Cindi Crouse, Melissa Christian Strosnider, Scott Christian, and Josie Christian Brown posted on 7/8/19

We are very sorry for your loss. We remember "Aunt Betty" fondly when her sister, Irene, and her would get together at family events. So sorry we did not keep in touch with her after Irene passed. Our hearts and prayers are with you.

 

Cindi & Larry Crouse and family posted on 7/8/19

We are deeply sorry for your loss. The few times we have met Marshall and our family has been around him he always had a smile and laugh for everyone. We know he was a wonderful person with great kindness through my sister and brother-in-law, Tina and Charles Lake. Please know you are in our hearts and Prayers as you go through this difficult time.

 

 

Angela Twistee posted on 7/8/19

Plz God give the family strength...

 

Christine Linaburg posted on 7/8/19

Sorry for the loss of your dad. Prayers for you and your family in your time of need. Frank & Chris Linaburg

 

Joy Wood posted on 7/8/19

Pam you have my deepest sympathy .Prayers & condolences going out to you & your family

 

KAREN COWGILL posted on 7/8/19

To Missy and The Dokes Family, I am so sorry for your loss Missy! I am still in shock hearing about Marshall's passing. I know it has been years since we all hung out. I remember him always joking and laughing. I know how much your heart is aching right now, and the hurt that you feel. My thought and prayers are with you and Sissy and the rest of Marshall's children and Family. You are one of the strongest people I know. Just always remember the good times, keep those moments in your heart. All the good times will out weigh this tragedy. I may not be able to be there for you today, but I am always a phone call or text message away. Even after all these years of loosing touch with each other after life sent us in different directions, you will always be one of my best friends! You are on my mind and end my heart today!

 

 

Todd and Michelle Heier and boys posted on 7/8/19

We are so sorry to be heading to say farewell to great friend today. You never knew what Marshall was going to say, but none the less we were always laughing. RIP friend.

 

JACQUELINE Largent posted on 7/8/19

I'm so sorry to learn of Mike's passing. He was a very nice man with a huge heart and smile. Prayers to you and the family. Soar high on that mountain Mike, you are free of the pain.

 

Mackie Kerns posted on 7/8/19

Donna, Renny, Curtis & Mary Edna- Heartfelt condolences to you and your family in the passing of your Dad. Chatting with Jerry always brought fond memories of the days we shared in the neighborhood ! May you find peace and comfort in the coming days. Love, thoughts & prayers !!!!!! Mackie Kerns & Sis Kerns Gaunt

 

Todd & Patty Neff posted on 7/8/19

To your entire family: we are so sorry for your loss.

 

Olivia and Walter Car posted on 7/7/19

To the Dokes' Family: Marshall was a special person who held a special place in our hearts. He was there for our family on many occasions. Although our paths did not cross often, he will be missed and never forgotten. We will not be able to attend tomorrows service but other family members will be there. We are very sorry for your loss.

 

Kevin and Deborah Fox posted on 7/7/19

Our condolences to the family and friends, Marshall will be missed.

 

Mary Levi posted on 7/7/19

Harry and Debbie so sorry to hear about the passing of your brother. Will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Russ and Emily Potts posted on 7/7/19

Winnie had a deep faith in God and was a wonderful daughter, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and sister. RIP.

 

Cindy & Soo Han posted on 7/7/19

Dearest Marshal, We love you and will miss you so very much! How can I go to the property or to Winchester for that matter without you there! We will always miss your broad smile, your kind and big heart. Oh Marshall our hearts are broken, so I can not imagine Missy's, Sissy's, Aunt Rosie and your family's sadness. Missy, thank you for letting us know and our hearts go out to you, Sissy, Aunt Rosie and the rest of the family. We will always remember you fondly, Marshall ! May you rest in peace in His glorious arms !

 

 

Nancy & Tink Smith posted on 7/7/19

Gone to soon..... love you Mike , Pam, Justin , Matt 🥰

 

 

Red Ryder posted on 7/7/19

RIP Brother

 

 

Christopher Ciccone posted on 7/7/19

Julie and I became good friends while she worked at Winchester Medical Center. She was the kind of Nurse you would want to take care of your family she was so loving and compassionate with her patients and staff. We would go on a long weekend’s to the Inner Harbor in Baltimore she made that an experience to never forget. We went shopping and to multiple restaurants while at inner harbor she introduced me to many different foods. Julie enjoyed nature I’ve stayed with her and her partner at their family cabin in West Virginia. We would go frequently to restaurants and movies in Winchester she was so full of life. But going on vacation to NYC with her was out of this world during our vacation in NYC the international food festival was going on and we would try almost everything. We would walk all over the city and sight see we stopped everywhere. Central park was definitely an experience so many interesting things in the park people watching and people pushing their dogs around in carriages. I will never forget these experiences with Julie and Donna. Julie will be greatly missed she had a beautiful and caring soul.

 

Kathy Watts posted on 7/7/19

I'm very sad to hear of Marshall's passing. My condolences to all of his family. I enjoyed his smiling face and big heart.

 

Jeanne E Hooker posted on 7/6/19

Pam and family,I am deeply saddened to read of Mike's passing.I know he put up a valiant effort and now is without the pain and in paradise reborn into his new life.Mike was a true conservative and patriot,a loving father and devoted husband.His sense of humor and smile will never be forgotten.May God's peace and joy be with all of you now.Remembering the wonderful memories and love you shared.You are in my thoughts and prayers.Jeanne Ellen

 

Scott Mason posted on 7/6/19

I have a lot of great memories hanging out at Valley Photo with the Scheder family over the years. Frank will be missed. Please know that my thoughts are with your family.

 

Brenda Walker posted on 7/6/19

To the family, We are so sorry for your loss. June Underwood & Brenda Walker

 

Rich Largent posted on 7/6/19

Renny. So sorry to learn of the passing of your Dad.

 

 

Brenda Walker posted on 7/6/19

To the family, you have our deepest sympathy. June Underwood & Brenda Walker

 

Rose Allen posted on 7/6/19

God be with Pam’s family .Prayers

 

Jeanne E Hooker posted on 7/6/19

Pam and family,it is with great sadness to read of Mike's passing.I know he put up a valiant effort. He had a real enjoyment of life and family.A good conservative and patriot! May God give you comfort and peace,knowing that Mike is now in paradise.All of you are in my thoughts and prayers,Jeanne Ellen.

 

Janet Myrick Perry posted on 7/6/19

You are a very man to many especially to your family, starting with your parents that you cared for so diliyfor decades. I will miss you and miss knowing that you are there in your corner of the world caring for family and friends as your heart led you everyday of your life. I do miss you but I know where you are and I rest in that knowledge. May your precious family be comforted and all their needs met at this time.

 

Robert Godlove posted on 7/6/19

May God Bless the Smith Family

 

Fritzi posted on 7/6/19

Pam & Family I am so sorry to hear of Mikes passing but know he was having pain. He is free of his pain from the cancer and I’m sure it was painful for him to leave you, the children and grandchildren. He fought hard. He was a good guy and you have many happy years to reflect back on. You are a strong woman. Thoughts and prayers are with you all. I’m sorry I can’t make the service.

 

Melissa Johnson Ray posted on 7/6/19

Allison, I don't know if you remember me, but I sure remember many good times at your house with Julie in middle school. I had to move, but never forgot Julie. I always thought of her on her birthday, and tried to find her on social media for many years. I can't believe she is gone before we had a chance to reconnect.

 

 

Dana Rainieri posted on 7/5/19

He was a generous man, always willing to help, and did so with a smile. He welcomed my sister into their family when she married his son, then we welcomed our entire family. He had a heart of pure gold. He will be greatly missed.

 

 

Angela Williams miller posted on 7/5/19

To my family I just saw this tribute to Rosa and I didn't realize how much I miss you all. I am in Aiken feel lost and alone when I stumbled upon the video. I lived Rosie she always made me feel loved and wanted rosie always made sure no one ever went hungry. I am longing to see you all again. Since granny dehaven passed well things are just all gone. Caroline, Margaret and Maria y'all are my favorite cousins lol I loved coming to visit with y'all ❤️ someone reach out to me angela Miller now Aiken SC look on face book hugs and kisses.. butterfly kisses and kisses to you Rosa always had a warm smile and hug for me xoxo

 

Sharon McCarty-Painter posted on 7/5/19

Our heart and prayers are with each of you. Gods grace and love be with you. The McCarty/Painter Family💕

 

Carrier Enterprise IT Infrastructure Team posted on 7/5/19

To Rachelle and Lee Godwin and Family. We wanted to express our deepest sympathy for the loss of Mr. Charles and will have your family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Missy Dokes posted on 7/5/19

My heart.. it aches, it breaks. My head.. it's confused. I love you soo much I will miss you with every minute, hour, day, week, month, and year. I don't know where I'll turn and go from here. The memories and voices in my head will last an eternity but I can only hope it's enough.

 

Kym Hedrick posted on 7/5/19

I am so sorry of to be learning of Jackie’s passing. She was a dear friend to my parents and all of our family. She was always there for us. I pray she will Rest In Peace and be visiting with Mom and Dad as she always did. My Love, Kym Hancock Hedrick

 

 

Aunt Rosie posted on 7/5/19

Marshall, I love you. You were like a son to me. I miss you!! We didn't get to Brazil. My heart is broken. God broke the mold after he made you. You were one of a kind. Love you forever, Aunt Rosie

 

 

Pam posted on 7/5/19

You were always there to greet us with love and a hug. Your faith was strong and made us better. You reminded us how to live like Jesus with your unconditional love . I didn't know you personally but with every loving hug you brought me closer to God. I feel blessed to have known you..

 

wayne and helen anderson posted on 7/4/19

Patty: Wayne and I want to send our condolences to you and your family. Frank was a good person and a very good old friend. Joe Sewell also wants to send his thoughts and prayers to you. I know it's been a long time since we have seen each other, but call if you need anything.

 

Norman & Linda Racey posted on 7/4/19

Martha & family our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

 

Sheila Knotts posted on 7/3/19

Marshall will be missed but not forgotten.my thoughts & prayers go out to the family. God bless.

 

Wanda Jenkins-Shenandoah Valley Baptist Church posted on 7/3/19

Barbara I am so sorry to hear about your Dear Charles passing. I didn't know him but he sounded like an amazing husband, father and friend. I know we can rejoice in seeing him again one day but for now may the Lord comfort you and your children and their families. God Bless you

 

Leanna Crawford Sawyer posted on 7/3/19

So sorry for your lost Marshal and his family was so good to me growing gone but not forgotten

 

Donna Wilkey posted on 7/3/19

To you Julie You were such a wonderful person. We had some really good times together. We enjoyed New York, Key West, P Town, and Deep Creek Lake. I will always love you and thank you for your wonderful family. We went threw a lot but I never felt the hurt you did. and I couldn’t stop it either so I know your not hurting anymore. But no one knew how much you had cared for so many people and how much you enjoyed helping other nurses, it wasn’t a power thing it was just you and you loved that so much. So now rest in piece . To Allison and Andrew thanks for all you have done. Partner for 20 years.

 

Joy Triggs posted on 7/3/19

Uncle Charles will be sorely missed by my whole family. We counted on him to know everything we didn't about the land, hunting, animals, engines, gardening, people and family. He would answer any question, and laughed about those that seemed silly to him, but never made us feel ignorant. If he didn't know, he'd say, "you better ask someone else that question". He was my only advocate in understanding what actually lives in our forest, and that we have eagles in our airspace. He called me "joyee" and I loved it. I never knew the "Charlie Racey" who was the HR director, only "Uncle Charles". He was the most thoughtful man, and I will miss him so much!

 

Anita Jackson posted on 7/3/19

To the Dokes you all have our heart felt sympathy doing your time of sorrow. Please remember to that God will never leave you nor forsake you during your time of the storm just call on him and he will be there to comforter and keep you. Marshall will have no more pain nor suffering because he is now in the master's hands. Praying Anita Jackson & Family

 

 

Mona and Larry posted on 7/3/19

Missy you will never know how horrible I feel for you and Sissy Marsh was one of the Good ones The world lost a true Angel Friday! Please know that Larry and I are here for you if you need us Sleep peacefully Marsh

 

 

Penny Heflin posted on 7/3/19

RIP Marshall

 

 

Charlene posted on 7/3/19

Times like this are tough! Prayers for all the kids and Missy..As life keeps rolling by with loved ones passing before us, saying goodbye is not an option its "I`ll see u later!" Marshall the almost 30 years of knowing u have been memorable for sure..

 

Betty Anderson posted on 7/3/19

Dear Patty and family, praying for you during this difficult time. Frank will be missed, he was such a sweetheart! I always enjoyed our conversations!! God Bless.

 

Doug Chapman posted on 7/3/19

Growing up at KUMC, I had the privilege of getting to know such a wonderful and kind person. I will miss Ray very much, as he would always greet me with a hug and great sense of humor. Ray was a wonderful person that always made you feel loved. Ray loved his wonderful and loving wife Marilyn, as he did his entire family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Marilyn, Jay, and the entire family. We love you Ray! Doug & Stephanie

 

Bandit posted on 7/3/19

♧~man this is so unreal like I never thought I'd be posting on a wall about you~♧ Pretty much I'm at loss for words and sadden to hear of your passing man my thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends in this time of need.....but one thing forsure you left a life time of memories from back in the cb days and all the fun all us used to have

 

VIDAI GENOVEZ-ANDRES posted on 7/3/19

Truly a great work colleague, hardworking and with a good sense of humor. It is still hard to believe that you left this world, no doubt we will miss you a lot. My Prayers and thoughts are with the family. Rest in Peace Amigo!

 

Melissa Young posted on 7/3/19

Mrs. Beck was the charge nurse that hired me into my very first nursing job, thirty one years ago! Mrs. Beck was a very fair,soft spoken but strong woman, who I looked up to and respected very much. I have many memories throughout my nursing career that include Mrs. Beck and she will be missed very much. I pray that everyone whose life was affected by Ruby Beck will receive great comfort from God in all of the wonderful memories we have!

 

Melissa Young posted on 7/3/19

I was a coworker with Julie over 20 years ago on 3 west at Winchester Medical Center. I remember sharing many laughs with Julie about my difficulties getting used to working the 7p.m.-7a.m. shift! Julie was a very soft spoken caring individual, who will be missed by many. May each of us draw closer to God and receive all of the comfort, love and support we need at this difficult time!

 

Bob Mullane posted on 7/3/19

Missy My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Tiny Newman Downing posted on 7/3/19

I’ll miss seeing you I just talk too you two weeks ago we was going to target practice RIP big man love you cuz

 

Sherri Sayre posted on 7/2/19

We went to grade school together, so sorry for the families loss

 

David Tusing... Stroker posted on 7/2/19

I have known Marshall.... MudPuppy.... For years. Back in the day of CBs... He was a dear friend that I hadn't seen in years and now I'll have to wait till the Lord calls me home. I can still hear his voice and all the jokes and fun times with him and Angel.... Sugar britches. I'll never forget the times at Ron Girts house and his swimming pool.... Poor Marshall was never a swimmer.... Picture him with that Rubber Duck floaty around a big man.... All my love to you Marshall and family.... Rest in peace and watch over us.

 

Becky McAboy Wisecarver posted on 7/2/19

I began my friendship with Jackie in the early 80s on the golf course at Carpers Valley. Jackie was a wonderful friend and always there when I needed her. Jackie was my idol on the golf couse but as hard as i tried I could never beat her. I can still remember the first golf trip i took with Jackie,Patsy Jack and Anna Lineburg at Millwood CC where we sat under a tree and ate P&J sandwichs. I would love to tell the rest of the story but shouldn't put it in print. I will miss her very much and thankful for the many times we spent together. Deepest Sympathy to her family and friends. Jackie will never be forgotten.

 

 

Nat Burns posted on 7/2/19

Rest In Peace...prayers & condolences

 

JIM and Janice barnes posted on 7/2/19

we are so sorry for your loss. We only met him once at our granddaughters wedding . he made a wonderful impression on everyone there. we came to think the world of this man.

 

vickie shelly posted on 7/2/19

you was such a good person i will aways rember the good times we had togather

 

Chris C posted on 7/2/19

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Scott and Lisa Jackson posted on 7/2/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.

 

 

Tawnya Tenney posted on 7/2/19

In loving memory of my buddy Marshall dokes

 

 

Tawnya Tenney posted on 7/2/19

He was a Great and sweet man. He would kid up with u

 

 

Tammy Ketterman posted on 7/2/19

Jody, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers . I have no words that will ever touch the heartache you all are enduring right now. I can't even say it gets easy as time goes by. Just know Marsh was a crazy guy who made everyone laugh with his craziness, there was never a dual moment around him. His presence will always be with each of you .My sincerest condolences to all. Much love n hugs..

 

Carol carter posted on 7/2/19

Rest in peace love you

 

Jenny Devine Fanning posted on 7/2/19

Allison, I was so saddened to hear of Julie's passing. I can't imagine the pain of losing a child 😢 I haven't seen her for years, but I remember her as a baby and little girl and I absolutely adored her. She was so precious. I see a glorious reunion, with Julie being in the loving arms of her "Tanny". May the Lord comfort you as only He can during this difficult time.

 

Curtis and Sharon Reid posted on 7/2/19

Dad was a wonderful father, brother, son, grandfather, great grandfather and man I hope l made proud! Love you and will see you in heaven.

 

Donnie Ricketts posted on 7/2/19

Was an Honor to have known him .He was one of the great ones !! GBD said it !

 

 

Promisemeh foreva (solo) posted on 7/2/19

Fly high cuz..look over the family that was awaiting you..you’ll be dearly missed until we see each other again ..

 

Mike Dennis posted on 7/2/19

Marshall you will be missed

 

 

Peggy Mullane posted on 7/2/19

Simple words cannot express my sorrow. The line..".he never met a stranger..." is so true of Marshall. From the first time I met him, I felt I had been friends with him for years. He will be missed.

 

Kristin posted on 7/2/19

Sarah, I haven't been sleeping well lately, something has been brewing inside my soul memory. Although it's been 8 years this date always smacks me in the face. Trauma never leaves the body, science has now proven this, but you and I are empathic light workers. We always felt and trusted our insight, I have felt your insight, especially last July. Thank you for reminding me that the greatest gift ever is coming home to yourself. With time the acute pain of your passing has faded, your memory will never leave me, your love and light lives on in my heart. No one is ever truly gone. I'll see you again, on the flip side my best friend. All my love soul sister 💗💗💗11:11

 

Arthur Tigney posted on 7/2/19

A loving friend and great uncle that will be missed,hope you and dad are taking care of each other,will alway love you and miss you dearly.

 

Missy Delawder posted on 7/2/19

Remembering your smile and sense of humor! You knew no strangers and had the kindest heart! So glad to have had you in our family!

 

Stacey puffinberger posted on 7/2/19

Can't believe ur gone....way to early not gonna be the same not seeing ur smiling face...gonna miss u...rest high an watch over us....love u lots

 

 

Keith Shutts posted on 7/2/19

Great guy good friend. One of the best equipment operators I ever knew. Rest easy my friend.

 

 

Billie Jo McBrearty & Arend Nydam posted on 7/2/19

Always a great person, friend & father/grandfather! You will be truly missed & never forgotten. Rest in peace my friend. Prayers & condolences to the family💖

 

 

Carolyn Helmick posted on 7/2/19

You will forever be missed by us all! Rest In Peace Marshall.. until we meet again my friend. Praying for your children and family in this difficult time!

 

Athena Barr posted on 7/2/19

Loved this man he would always hug you No matter where he saw you at a family event or Wal-Mart I will miss his hugs.

 

 

Rob and Nancy posted on 7/2/19

Marsh you were an awesome man. Your hugs were the best.. thank you for teaching Rob how to hug. His are close but no cigar.. your brother from another mother misses you beyond words... you will surely missed.. four wheeling will not be the same... GOD WE MISS YOU.. PRAYERS to Missy and all the kids..

 

 

Brenda Middleton posted on 7/1/19

Always smiling and welcoming you with open arms and his fish stories are always bigger than the real story. Rest in peace gone but won't be forgotten

 

Serena Dayton posted on 7/1/19

In the short time that I’ve known Marshall, I realized quick of his kind nature and sense of humor. Every morning he would have a smile or joke to tell. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family in this time of sorrow.

 

 

Jeanne posted on 7/1/19

Always remember your smiling face

 

Jimmy and Maria Castro posted on 7/1/19

So very sorry for your loss. We love Ray, He was a sweetheart, he and Marilyn showed up at my Baptism with a delicious chocolate cake that I ate all in one day! We enjoyed getting to know him and he will surely be missed until we meet again! We love you Ray!

 

Julie posted on 7/1/19

Wow words can not describe how shocked I am ... this man always made me feel welcome with a big smile or a goofy joke. Marshall will be missed by many. My heart is with his family and friends. He may be gone but he will live on in each and every one of you as you share his tall tales with your kids, grandkids and great grandkids he's a legend that will never be forgotten!

 

Pamela posted on 7/1/19

My sincere condolences to the entire family. To be absent from the body is to be present with The Lord.

 

 

Dwayne Ball posted on 7/1/19

You were definitely the wild child of our family. Love you big Cuz aka Big Country.

 

Bill and Mary Wicks posted on 7/1/19

We are so so sorry to hear of Marshall's passing. He will surely be missed by many. May god wrap his loving arms around this family and comfort them at this sad time. Our deepest condolences to all of you.

 

Megan Hughes posted on 7/1/19

I would like to send my condolences to Wolfie and his family at this sad time.

 

Penny Heflin posted on 7/1/19

love you Marshall...you have been in my life since you were riding your little tricycle...hug Edna for me

 

 

Jack walker posted on 7/1/19

For being a great person

 

 

Jack walker posted on 7/1/19

Rest in peace marshall

 

Courtni Weaver posted on 7/1/19

Rest Easy Cousin

 

 

Ruth Ann Saville posted on 7/1/19

Marshall was a great guy. Always had a joke to tell. He will be missed by many. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

 

Candy Shanholtz posted on 7/1/19

I will miss all your stories and your wisdom. You and Martha are like my family. I have enjoyed the time I spent with you both. May God bless and watch over the family.

 

Tangela Brown posted on 7/1/19

Glenn its been 1 month I miss you so very much I need you so nuch every hour of the day I think of you and how MUCH I love you my wonderful Glenn

 

Judith Hurst Grubbs posted on 7/1/19

Patty and family, I am so very sorry for you loss. I know Frank was a wonderful husband and father. May he rest in peace pain free. Deepest Sympathy to you and your family.

 

 

Kim perry posted on 7/1/19

You were a very good friend

 

Marcy Cormier posted on 7/1/19

All of us at KUMC will miss Ray. He was such a special person. I know that he is in Heaven and will be greeting all of the new comers. Prayers go out to Marilyn and family.

 

Pam Meadows posted on 7/1/19

Jay, I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.

 

 

Marie Campbell posted on 7/1/19

Julie, I am saddened to hear of your death. We worked together in the lab at WMC before you became an RN. You were a warm and caring person with a ready laugh, and will surely be missed by all who knew you.

 

Janet Moore posted on 7/1/19

My heart is saddened today. Ray was a good, kind, faithful man. We worked together Spichers til he retired.. We worked every Thursday night together I am still here his many words or wisdom and the many laughs we had. Ray, you are in good hands now. Love you a lot. Janet

 

 

Rosa Martinez Ferrer de Zapata posted on 7/1/19

My dear cousin Joe (Pepe) was like a big brother to me. 15 years older than me and always looking out for me. He taught me to dance a waltz at a family gathering, making an awkward 11 year old feel confident by telling me I was a partner who danced gracefully, light as a feather. He helped me go up to say my last goodbyes to my Grandmother Conchita at her wake. He noticed me lagging behind in a corner of the room, feeling sad and miserable and not able to go up to the open coffin. He took my hand and said, Rosita, we'll go up and do this together, Joe had empathy and kindness in his soul. Joe will always be connected to the hearts of all who love him. Rest in peace cousin. Hasta la vista, primo.

 

 

Teresa Hill posted on 6/30/19

Even though you have been gone 11 days I still look for you in your room in the morning, not even thinking when I get up I always checked on you. I really miss you and Harold you’ll made me laugh so much I have so many memories I will never forget the memories. Now your in the arms of Angels. Till I see you’ll again I love and miss you’ll

 

Rosa Micaela Martinez Ferrer de Zapata and family posted on 6/30/19

Not having Joe in our world leaves a hole in the fabric of our lives, but the beautiful memories of his love and kindnesses will help mend all the pain that his illness and death have caused. Our hearts will forever be connected with him. My deepest sympathy for your loss Elba and cousins. God bless.

 

Robin Frank posted on 6/30/19

Dear Julie, I pray you Rest in Peace! I pray that your family can find strength and comfort in the Love of Jesus Christ!! I remember the glow you got upon your face and beaming smile when you learned something new in helping to take care of your patients or helping other team members! God Bless to your loved ones!💓🙏💓🙏💓🙏

 

 

Jennifer posted on 6/30/19

Thinking of you and your family.I am honored to have spent time with you and your beautiful family. Thank you for letting me be a part of your story.

 

 

Julia Long posted on 6/30/19

I pray the comfort and peace that passes all understanding over Julie’s family and friends!!!

 

 

Julia Long posted on 6/30/19

I had the great honor to work with Julie at Winchester Medical Center and remember her as a very kind, caring and wonderful nurse!

 

Pamela Caswell posted on 6/30/19

You will be missed. Such a beautiful soul. Rest In Peace.

 

 

Jason Hottle posted on 6/30/19

I miss you so much

 

shayne chafin posted on 6/29/19

Julie was one of my closest friends during our elementary school years. I loved her,and her parents,very much. Far too many good times and memories to name. But I'll always remember her light,her intelligence,her touch of mischief-she was a great friend. Allison, please reach out to me,if you'd like. I remember you,as well,with so much fondness. Thank you for raising a beautiful person,and I hope you find any and all support you need now-and the family also. Love you guys, always

 

Kyle Jenkins posted on 6/29/19

So sorry for your loss,just heard the news. My friend much love to you as I sit hear remembering all our adventures and laughs.Horseback riding,tennis,you name it we did it.Your old blue car we were like Thelma and louise.. RIP my friend

 

Christi Klein posted on 6/29/19

To the Crosby Family: You may not remember me but Julie was my best friend in middle school. Middle school was generally a dark time for me but Julie was my light. I remember many sleepovers at her house and mine, laughter and confidences shared. I remember a charity walk we did together all over Winchester, taking our sweet time and being among the last to finish. I remember buying matching shirts at the mall — these dark purple ruffled things — and being jealous when another girl bought the same shirt as ours. We drifted apart when high school started but Julie has always had and will always have a special place in my heart. She was a beautiful and kind soul. Please accept my deepest condolences for your devastating loss. — Christi Klein

 

Natalie posted on 6/29/19

I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort your mourning hearts. I pray that you find comfort from a scripture that tells of a beautiful hope for the future. Revelation 21:3-5 paints a picture of a world that is very different from what we see today. A world with no more sickness, pain, or death...and it is not a dream, it is a promise from God. He promises to reverse the effects of death and resurrect your precious Ruby. You will never have to say a painful goodbye ever again! (1 Corinthians 15:26) Jw.org

 

Jordan and Joan Casteel posted on 6/29/19

We are saddened and diminished to lose Jennifer as a neighbor in our community. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family.

 

 

Tammy Longerbeam posted on 6/29/19

Rest in peace Julie

 

 

Onnie Ferrer posted on 6/28/19

Saddened by loss of cousin Pepe. May he RIP. To Elba, Janie, Diana, Lucy and their families our deep condolences.

 

 

Onnie Ferrer posted on 6/28/19

Rest In Peace dear Cousin Pepe. To Wife Elba, daughters Janie, Diana, Lucy, grandchildren, and sons-in-law our deepest condolences. We are saddened by this loss.

 

Camille and Dorothy Nemr posted on 6/28/19

Out deepest condolences. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Debra Penn-Sharkey posted on 6/28/19

Rest in Peace. Godspeed for you. Prayers for your family. George and Debra Sharkey (Neighbors)

 

Linda Wagner posted on 6/28/19

Words cannot sufficiently express the emotions surrounding the passing of such a treasured person as Piet. There is some comfort that she has joined her beloved Gordon and was able to remain in their home all but a few final days. Both were known to me nearly as long as my own parents. We shared so many memories of living and working in Northern Virginia and Washington DC, but even more special were the joyful recollections of visits to Europe, but most importantly to Bavaria. I will carry the memories forever. My heart goes out to Sonny and Steve, and their beautiful families.

 

Francisco J. Rosado Villamil posted on 6/28/19

My deepest condolences to the family, you are in my thoughts and prayers. I will always cherish the times when Pepito and Titi Elba visited my grandparent's house. It used to bring so much joy having them around. May God bless you all and give you the strength to overcome this difficult moment. Un cálido abrazo desde Puerto Rico. Love always, Francisco( Paco Pepe).

 

Rhoda Whitacre (Maddox) Kriz posted on 6/28/19

Ruby was one of my favorite classmates in the James Wood class of 1954. It was always a good day when we were treated to Ruby’s beautiful singing voice. My sympathy and prayers for the whole family.

 

Arlene Hill posted on 6/28/19

Rest In Peace my dear sweet sister you will be be missed, much love Arlene

 

 

Jerry Dillingham posted on 6/28/19

Jennifer, As you close your eyes and rest, may all your pain and troubles be lost forever. May you find paradise and a world of eternal life. May your soul Rest In Peace You will always be missed and never be forgotten.

 

T. Kelly posted on 6/27/19

Please accept my heartfelt sympathies. My heart goes out to the family. Death is something we will never get use to. In fact, God's Word refers to death as an enemy (1 Corinthians 15:26). Very soon our loving Heavenly Father, Jehovah God, will remove death once and for all and give us the opportunity to see our loved ones again here on the earth.

 

 

Kathy Szalabawka posted on 6/27/19

You will definitely be missed!

 

Jessica Quirk posted on 6/27/19

I am so deeply sorry to hear of Jennifer’s passing. As a mother who has battled cancer, I am devastated for her family. Jen was a best friend of mine throughout middle school but lost touch through high school until she became pregnant with Ariel. Ariel, even before she met you face to face, she lived you more than life. You were her motivation for all that she accomplished. I remember she stayed with my family for a bit before moving south. We threw her baby shower. Jen was a tough cookie who loved fiercely. She will be missed.

 

Pauline M Snyder posted on 6/27/19

To Dale and Brenda and all who loved your beautiful daughter, my deepest sympathies to all of you for the loss for this beautiful young woman who was a daughter, a mother, a wife and a friend to many....you all will be in my prayers...

 

Elaine Zarefoss posted on 6/27/19

Kind, caring, helpful, and personable were my first impressions of Frank when he sold me my first "real" camera at his store, Valley Photo Center. Frank made sure of my needs and uses for the correct camera. He had my business from that point forward. Thank you for touching so many lives.

 

Matt kaczmarek posted on 6/26/19

My kids loved her when she babysat them, was very dependable. My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Luann posted on 6/26/19

To the family and friends of Joyce, my deepest condolences on your loss. Joyce was a dear high school classmate. She always made the most out of every day and brought much happiness to those she called friend. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Dan and Lauri Johnson posted on 6/26/19

Frank was a mentor to many photographers including me. I was also proud to call him my friend. He will be missed by everyone.

 

Dan and Lauri Johnson posted on 6/26/19

Many happy memories with Frank. He was a mentor to many photographers, including me. He was also my friend and will be missed by everyone.

 

Tina Stoddard posted on 6/26/19

My beautiful friend you will be missed by so many

 

scott banks posted on 6/26/19

A great man that will be missed by all. So many good memories of time with him.

 

 

Casey Shull posted on 6/26/19

Rest easy now dad.. we will miss you but will see you again one day.::

 

Cathy (Brosnan) Watkins posted on 6/26/19

Dear Jeannie, I knew you on Okinawa and dated your brother Fred. I live in New Mexico still. I just came across your newspaper announcing your engagement long long ago I am so sorry that Art is no longer on planet Earth with you. I am happy for him that he went to be with the Lord...his true home but I grieve with you knowing you grieve with hope to be with him again one day. I hope you are well. I know it has been a couple of years now that he has been gone My prayers are with you. I bet you are still a beauty. :)

 

Nicole Sergent posted on 6/26/19

Bill sat near us every Sunday at church. We didn’t speak in depth but his smile, persistence, and presence was valued by my family. When I shared the news of his passing with my daughters and husband today, they were all sad. We will miss him in our shared pew. Sending condolences and prayers to his family as they mourn and remember him. May God be with you.

 

Larry and Marilyn Temple posted on 6/26/19

Both Marilyn and I want to express our sympathy for the loss of your father. I have always looked up to your father, my cousin George, and his involvement in serving his country in the FBI and his presence with my Dad at the Pima Air Museum. I most of all remember George and your Mom as wonderful Christians. Please pass our condolences on to the rest of your family, especially your Mom as our prayers are with all of you at this time. 1 Corinthians 15

 

Mike Goss posted on 6/25/19

I am very sorry to hear this sad news I send prayers up for the family at this difficult time. Denis was a very good man I was lucky to have worked with him.

 

 

Kate Conant posted on 6/25/19

May your memory be eternal!

 

Phyllis Gadd posted on 6/25/19

So glad I got to meet him when I moved here three years ago. Our kitchen windows face each other, so I got to wave to him every morning. I will miss seeing him on his porch with his cup of coffee. My condolences to the whole family.

 

 

Frances Luttrell posted on 6/25/19

Shine on Frank. R.I.P.

 

Frances Luttrell posted on 6/25/19

So sorry for your loss, There is no more pain, he is healthy again. Memories are the best medicine, God will take good care of Frank. R.I.P.

 

 

Laurie posted on 6/25/19

LORD, thank you for the open air, the feel of wind blowing through my hair; Just me alone upon my bike, the thrill of freedom’s what I like. To wind through country unexplored, not knowing what I’ll see next LORD; That’s what I seek when off I ride, I’m thankful that you’re by my side. If I should ride ’til morning’s light, please keep me safe throughout the night; And when I’ve come to journey’s end, It’s you I’ll thank – protector, FRIEND. My deepest heartfelt condolences to Loretta and family. I'm just now finding out that we have lost another wonderful soul. One more rider, Heaven bound, Roars through the Pearly Gates.

 

 

Mike white posted on 6/25/19

Prayers

 

Joanna Deaver posted on 6/25/19

Joyce Ann, the happy girl. Red, white and green are flying on your memory.. your crazy country cousin loves ya

 

Joanna Deaver posted on 6/25/19

My cousin Joyce. The happy girl. Red white and green are flying in your memory. Your crazy country cousin

 

Marjorie Betts (Thomas) & Tammy Turnbull posted on 6/24/19

We are incredibly sorry for your loss. We will cherish all the summers and christmas’ shared with loving friends. Our thoughts, love and prayers are with all the family during this time.

 

Marjorie Betts (Thomas) & Tammy Turnbull posted on 6/24/19

The memories and good times had are with Dennis and you during the many summers and christmas’ shared. You and the family are in our love, thoughts, and prayers during this time. Hugs.

 

Kay Stotler (Helsley) posted on 6/24/19

She well be missed our big family is getting smaller everyday.love your cousin

 

Mike McPeak posted on 6/24/19

Dennis and I started employment at Mt. Weather the same day. Through the years our paths crossed in the workplace several times. It was no secret that Dennis was very devoted to his family, enjoyed life, loved to travel and ride his motorcycle. I am so sorry to hear that Dennis lost his battle, but the war is not lost to those who stand with the Lord. Prayers and condolences to the family.

 

Dale Roberts posted on 6/24/19

Ride west my friend where the sun’s light will warm your face and provide you daylight for an eternity. We are friends for a lifetime and brothers forever. See you on the other side, brother.

 

Brian Lieberman posted on 6/23/19

Wow! What a classy guy. When I had a retirement party for my sister. David Dixon walked into the room. The entire group stood up and gave a roaring welcome. It was like Jack Kennedy walked into the room. My entire school still miss him. Very sorry to hear about his death. Mary Harris "Mother" Jones Elementary School

 

 

Rebecca Dolphin posted on 6/22/19

My lovely baby sister gone before me to be with Jesus. Love always Becky

 

Terry & Becky Long posted on 6/22/19

We shared so many good rides together. Now you ride alone, mapping out adventures to share when we join up with you in heaven.

 

Patrice Vossler posted on 6/21/19

I see Dennis's photo from a Winchester Star article posted in the Knights of Columbus Hall everytime I work at Soup Kitchen . So sorry. We enjoyed you two at Dance Club and CFM years ago.. Prayers

 

 

Annie Lewis posted on 6/21/19

I'm so sorry for the loss of a good Man that I knew for a very short time Mr Bill was always kind to me and He was always and well respectful as Well and always said hello if he seen You in public.. Wish I could've stayed In contact with you. Now your as a Bird Mr Bill so spread your wing's in The beautiful HEAVEN'S.. No pain No tears Nothing but love.. You're Officially a gaurdian angel now for Your families and friends.. GODBLESS you Mr Bill sending kisses and hugs to you.. You will be Missed and still loved as much.. take Care and see you on the other side one day soon.. love and miss you.. Annie 🙏😇😘❤️

 

Wanda and Neal Lincoln posted on 6/21/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. Neal and I fondly remember our visit with you both. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family at this time of sadness.

 

Jeanett Dillion posted on 6/21/19

Loretta and im so sorry for your loss...He was a AMAZING man! Hugs my friend...Ride Free Dennis!

 

Donnie and Angie Bageant posted on 6/21/19

We worked with Dennis for many years at Mt. Weather and liked him. Celebrating his short life and the fact he is out of pain and receiving his reward. Prayers and our sincere condolences to his family.

 

Reid posted on 6/20/19

...in continued conversations, two wheels, rolling the ridges, run the twisties, on down thru the valley below, chasing a river, in the wind ...

 

 

Robert and Isabell Swecker posted on 6/20/19

Doris and family, Sorry to hear about your loss. Our prayers are with you now and in the days ahead. Always thought of Roy and you as friends and family. May God bless and comfort you beyond understanding. Love and prayers

 

Marada Delawder posted on 6/19/19

U always had that smile that would light up a room!! We at the cottage in spring arbor are really going to miss you.... 💙💙

 

 

Sandy Hogan posted on 6/19/19

Doris, Debbie, Susan and Sonny Prayers to you all. Uncle Roy was the nicest kindest man I know. He loved his hunting and fishing and was very talented at both. His flower gardens were beautiful and I have a couple of his iris flowers. I will cherish the memories that I have.

 

Rev. Ruth Pino & Family posted on 6/19/19

To the Hogan family, we the Nicolas Pino family want to extend our love & prayers at the homegoing of your Brother Roy. You are in our prayers.

 

 

Don & Patricia (Lewis) Thomason & Charles Lewis posted on 6/18/19

WV COUSINS

 

 

Shelia (Snyder) Shaffer posted on 6/18/19

Doris, Debbie, Susan, “Sonny” and Family...I was saddened to hear of the passing of Roy...what a wonderful and kind soul he was...both of my sons ( Donnie and Bobby) loved him and he loved them back...they couldn’t wait to see him when he came in for the Channell Family Reunions...I know he’s gonna be missed terribly by you...take comfort in knowing that he’s no longer suffering and that he’s walking the streets of gold with loved ones who have gone before him and who have welcomed him with open arms...may God wrap his loving arms around you...may he give you peace and comfort in the days...weeks and months to come. Sending love...hugs and prayers to all.

 

SG and CJ, Shawna and Cheryl posted on 6/18/19

Sad to hear of your loss. Roy helped many people. You can gain comfort from the Bible where it talks of a time where no one will be sick (Isaiah 33:24) and there will be no pain, no death (Revelation 21:3-4). Think of the good memories and continue to lean on friends, family and God.

 

Bob & Michelle posted on 6/17/19

Please accept our heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your dear mother….words are never adequate in moments like this. Her journey here was done and God called her Home. Always remember your relationship with your mother does not have to end, it just has to change. Now you have a very special angel in Heaven and she will always be watching over you. “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” Psalm 34:18 We pray that the love of God comforts and carries you during this most difficult time.

 

Jennifer Moye posted on 6/14/19

Linda, Tana and your entire family are in my thoughts. Love to each of you.

 

 

Debbie Lee Taylor posted on 6/14/19

So many fond memories that I can't even count them but one that I will always remember is when News Channel 8 came to First Break to do a story and they interviewed me. I told the reporter I had beaten the owner Rodger Morris by making the 8-ball on the break. Rodger always said, 'why did you have to tell THAT story?' Another is when First Break first opened, we went there 47 days in a row... then we went on vacation. Rodger told us to never do that again and to let him know when we plan to go out of town! He thought something had happened to us! He was a funny, sweet and wonderful man and we will miss him so much.

 

Kathleen V. Camarena posted on 6/14/19

Joe and Cyndy, My deepest condolence and sympathy to the family!

 

Don Combs posted on 6/13/19

So sorry for your loss, prayers

 

Vickie Litzenberg Sherman posted on 6/13/19

I love you Daddy.

 

Bonnie Anderson posted on 6/13/19

My heart and prayers go out to all of Carolyn's family. I enjoyed working with Carolyn for many years not only at cable on Tasker Road but with her also when it was located on Route 522 North. She and her smile will be deeply missed.

 

fred munson posted on 6/13/19

hate to hear long time the last time I saw her she will be missed

 

Bob Butler posted on 6/12/19

George was a longtime and good friend and I shall miss him. He was always very pleasant and helpful and I have good memories of times we spent together in the FBI. Rest in peace George.

 

Melvin And Angie Bowers posted on 6/12/19

Condolence and prayers to the family! I know its hard its a rough time when you lose your mom. I love you all Light And Love

 

 

Melvin And Angie Bowers posted on 6/12/19

May this Candle light your way to Heaven . Thank you for always being a light to Charlie Bell IV and Michael Bell your love for them was beautiful just like you .

 

Kim posted on 6/12/19

I’m so sorry for your recent loss. My deepest condolences to your family. Death of a loved one is never easy to endure, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Continue looking to God and you will always find comfort in him (2 Cor 1:3,4). He will soon destroy the enemy of death (1 Cor 15:26), and He will soon return our loved ones to us through the resurrection (John 5:28,29). Please visit JW.org and search “When Someone You Love Dies”, it helped me through some difficult times and I hope you can find comfort in it also.

 

James Dugan posted on 6/11/19

we were young and uncle Pete came down to help Mom do plumbing we were getting inside crapers. but he could not get much done because we were always under his feet but he was always there for Mom and Dad with love

 

Tangela. Brown posted on 6/11/19

Glenn its been one week I miss you so much "I" am so in LOVE with you I know the Angels are watching over you your Maryland Sugar Tangela

 

Bill Corcoran posted on 6/11/19

Vicken and Haig, I will miss her. It was wonderful to speak with her and hear the memories of Palestine, in Arabic and Italian.

 

Steven Craig posted on 6/11/19

Dear Mary Ellen & Family: We were so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. Our hearts go out to all of you. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. With Deepest Sympathy, Steve & Mary Craig

 

Gerald And Shirley Brannon posted on 6/11/19

So sad to hear of Rogers passing. He and Tiny were close growing up and time passed and they didn't see each other very often. Sorry that we didn't even know he lived in Stephens City. So close and yet so far.. Praying for his family in this time of mourning.

 

Arnold & Laurie Ventura posted on 6/11/19

Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. May you find peace and comfort in the coming days. Arnold & Laurie

 

George Turner posted on 6/11/19

I just learned of Clarence's passing. I went to Ross Center Elementary School with Clarence. I was a head of him in school. My old memory goes back to the school days, I remember Clarence was left handed and could throw the baseball harder than anyone in the one room school. My condolences to his family. I am sure he will sorely be missed. George Ronald Turner

 

Allen McCreight posted on 6/11/19

My deepest condolences to George’s wonderful family. I had the pleasure - indeed the privilege - to work with George in the FBI. He was most beloved, though many times (most!) unconventional. That’s what made him so special! My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

J. Fred Davis posted on 6/10/19

In 1984 when I was transferred from Boston to FBIHQ George was my Unit Chief. We got along and enjoyed a friendly relationship. I was not enamored with HQ and George understood as I had been a field SA and SUPV for almost 15 years. I never knew we shared the family name of Bailey. Have a great camp George!

 

 

Linda Tugwell posted on 6/10/19

I will always remember you my dear friend. Thank you for being the gentle kind man you were and for blessing me with our friendship. RIP

 

 

Dennis Krakow and Margo Caldy posted on 6/10/19

Our condolences to the entire Litzenberg Clan. It is our fondest wish that George is Scout Master upstairs. May he Rest In Peace and may his name be written in the Good Book.

 

Lovell Brown posted on 6/10/19

Tommy is my nephew he was a very special son, he treated both his parents with love and respect. Always checking to see how they were, and stop to see them after work, he would bring gifts to his mother, which they had a very deep love that only a mother and son can have.

 

 

Terri Z. Adams posted on 6/10/19

Barbara and family, Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. George was one of a kind. Hope to see him again someday in God's kingdom. Love, Mike and Terri Z. Adams

 

Bonnie Stokes posted on 6/9/19

Bobby and Susan so sorry to hear about your lose. Your Mom never knew a stranger and was always kind to everyone. She was so nice to my Mom and us kids. She will never be forgotten for all her kindness. She will be missed and my prayers are with you.

 

Richard & Lorita Butts posted on 6/9/19

You are in Gods hands now. You were a nice person and lived a good life. You will be remembered by your family and friends.

 

Ken Parkerson (ret. Special Agent -Miami) posted on 6/9/19

My condolences to George's family and friends. I don't personally know George but from reading his obit it would have been an Honor and previledge to have. Rest In Peace George.

 

Nancy Orndorff posted on 6/9/19

your mom was a great women. prayer for your family

 

 

Shannon posted on 6/8/19

Missed getting a hug for bringing you your pink lemonade today, Bob. You would have been overjoyed to see the folks who shared your love of history getting together and sharing their memories. It was an honor and a privilege to know you.

 

 

Tammy Heironimus posted on 6/8/19

I light this this candle for you and your kind spirit as you continue on your journey. As my heart searches for a way to heal from losing you, I am lighting this candle as a symbol of your memory that will forever burn bright in my heart.

 

Tammy Heironimus posted on 6/8/19

I am so grateful and proud to be his daughter. He taught me many life lessons, provided for me and protected me. He will forever be my hero. I love you Dad and will miss you more than words can express.

 

Dean Himes posted on 6/8/19

There are not enough words to describe the impact you left on this earth and the lives that were enriched because of you. I will always love you and will always be proud to call you “brother”. Til we meet again.....

 

John and Karen Flynn posted on 6/8/19

George was a man with a wide range of experiences, and he loved to talk about them. I enjoyed sitting with him in my garage talking about the FBI and all of the things he was proud to have done in his life. Please accept our sincere condolences.

 

Barb and Rick posted on 6/7/19

I'll always remember George as someone full of energy, excitement and stories! The world lost a wonderful man and Heaven gained one awesome Angel. Our thoughts are with all of you as a family.

 

G. Scott Litzenberg posted on 6/7/19

I love you and will miss you, Dad. I hope I will always make you proud!

 

 

Susan Long posted on 6/7/19

George always made me smile when I saw him and I know he will be missed by all.

 

Tom Jordan posted on 6/7/19

My condolences to the entire Messick family on this sad occasion and especially to Karen, my friend and former coworker.

 

Helen Flowers posted on 6/7/19

Dear Anne, Dan, Barbara, Darnell, and Family, So sorry to hear of Carolyn's passing. You are all in my thoughts. Helen

 

 

Lynda Poe posted on 6/7/19

Bob, you and your family are in my heart and mind. My deepest sympathy on the passing of your mother.

 

Angie Legge Newlin posted on 6/7/19

Carolyn. I will miss your smiling face. I will miss my "bestie" for 45 years. I will remember all our great times we spent together. You taught me how to play chess. I heard Elton John for the first time during one of our many sleep overs at your house. I will remember how met like it was yesterday. In the lunch line. Fifth grade. Your Gram had painted flowers on your fingernails. That started the conversation. We shared a lot of fun times. Sending Darnell and family, Mr. &Mrs. Nemeth-Barath huge mental hugs. I will love you all forever. Carolyn....save me a seat in the cafeteria.......

 

Laura Bayliss Simmons posted on 6/7/19

I was so sorry to hear of Carolyn’s passing. Though I did not know her, I know Barbara from James Wood and her Dad from Rotz Pharmacy. I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I pray for comfort for her family. God bless

 

Angie Legge Newlin posted on 6/7/19

Carolyn, I will miss you so much! We met 45 years ago in the lunch line. Your Gram had painted flowers on your fingernails and that started the conversation. We did so much together in the next ten years. I was so excited later when you moved back to VA. I am sending HUGE mental hugs to your mom& dad, Darnell and family. Save me a seat in the lunch room please. Love and miss you.

 

Jack and Joyce Whitacre posted on 6/7/19

So sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers will be for you all during this difficult time.

 

Angie posted on 6/7/19

I will miss your smiling face Carolyn. We met 45 years ago in the lunch line. Your Gram had painted your fingernails with flowers and that's what started the conversation. We did so much together through the next 10 years or so. I was so excited when you moved back to VA. I love your parents and sister bunches. I love Darnell and his wife and family. I hope to see them more. I want to send my mental hugs and condolences to Mr. & Mrs. Nemeth-Barath and Barbara as well as Darnell and family. Save me a seat in the lunch room, please? Love you so much and will miss you more.

 

Cristina Snapp Kerns posted on 6/6/19

So sorry to hear of your loss, I knew her through high school and also the class of 1983. Carolyn always had a smile on her face. Rest in peace.

 

 

Darin K. Smith posted on 6/6/19

May the PEACE of GOD , which PASSETH all UNDERSTANDING, OVERTAKE the Family in this time of SORROW .. She will truly be Missed.

 

Kevin Sites posted on 6/6/19

Thank you for allowing us a chance to honor such a good man. I believe his son spoke to me at the memorial site. Was our pleasure to be able to give him an escort. If you have pictures you like to share we love post them on our fb page in his honor. Blacktop Disciples Mc Martinsburg, WV. Chapter. God Bless Joker President BDMC Martinsburg

 

Mary Sue Kocher posted on 6/6/19

Loretta and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all! We will continue to miss such a wonderful man! May his memory be Eternal! Love, Mary Sue

 

Debbie Triplett posted on 6/6/19

My deepest condolences to your family. May God gift you comfort in this time of deep sorrow & loss. Rest in peace my friend. Lifting prayers & love.

 

 

Niki Vanech posted on 6/6/19

When I remember Dick Berdaus I see laughter, I see him with my father, ice clinking in their scotch glasses sitting in our living room, enjoying conversations from sports to politics to the war. He gave us three beautiful, smart amazing girls who were our friends - Lisa, Elaine and Lois, and their love for him is a testament to his fatherhood and great character. Rest in Peace Mr Berdaus.

 

Jenny Rios-Houck posted on 6/6/19

Dear Roger, you are in our family In thoughts and cherished memories. Rest in peace, Jenny, Jeanine and Jacqueline and families.

 

 

Dot and Jim Royston posted on 6/6/19

Our dear, sweet Mrs. Claytor. Will always remember and cherish your kindness.

 

Dana Grove Garfola posted on 6/6/19

Dear Mr & Mrs Nemeth-Barath and Barbara - I am shocked and saddened to see the passing of Carolyn in the paper. I cannot imagine such a loss for your family to bear. I extend my most sincerest condolences to you all. God bless.

 

Punchy Bromley posted on 6/6/19

Anne and Dan, thinking of you in this time of sorrow

 

Lee Sempeles posted on 6/6/19

It’s been nearly 8 years since this tragedy occurred and I am thankful to have known and been close to the roe family through Caleb, who was my best friend throughout my childhood. Their memory will never be forgotten.

 

Theresa posted on 6/6/19

My sunshine, you are so loved, and will live on in my heart.

 

Brian Mawhinney posted on 6/6/19

Much Love to her family. She was a very sweet lady who raise a wonderful daughter.

 

CJ and SG posted on 6/6/19

Dear family we are sorry to hear of your loss. Rita helped many people. You can gain comfort from the Bible where it talks of a time where no one will be sick (Isaiah 33:24) and there will be no pain, no death (Revelation 32:3-4). Think of the good memories and continue to lean on friends, family and God.

 

Charles Bailey posted on 6/5/19

Since my second year, Pete and the Hawes family have been lasting and trusted friends She will be missed. In particular, I will treasure always these past few years since my return to Alexandria, during which I have again been a neighbor and enjoyed anew the friendship of both Pete and Gordon, as well as time to hang out with Steve and Katrina, their family. and Sonja during her visits. Loving tributes to Pete will be countless and timeless, but Pete's life more than reflects an extraordinary historical narrative. My own interest in German and European history has guided me in trying to understand what Pete had experienced and come to know, even though she tended always to demure on any topics that lifted any shut lids. Memories and insights shared confirmed both her depth of comprehension and the profound weight of this history on her and her family. It was an exceptionally intelligent young woman, who was just 17 when WWII ended, who came to work in the US Occupation HQ in Munich in late-1945 or early-1946. There she met Gordon, who not so long ago said she was known as the smartest, loveliest girl on base. He also spoke of how hard it was to get her attention when he waited by her office doors. It was a joy to sit with the two of them over dinner as Gordon recounted those incredible days. Her long career with the US National Archives in Alexandria and Washington extended her German years as much as it marked new beginnings with a family in a particularly exciting chapter of what is known as the American Dream. The photo found recently on a webpage link (below) from the US Archives site shows Pete engaged in what was one of the most extraordinary archiving and logistics projects of the 20th century--not too mention also one of the most legally challenging ones. Pete is seated at center at the typewriter. A close friend and another Alexandria neighbor, Mrs Wagner, stands next to her. Pete's face beamed pride when I showed her this webpage image a few months ago, but her lips remained professionally sealed as to any hints of the knowledge she had gained from such responsibility and work. I always knew never to ask too many questions, but as years passed and my own experiences in Germany and Europe took form, my appreciation for the gravity of what she worked on and had experienced grew. She comprehended well what confounded and confounds so many. https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov/2016/08/24/the-return-of-captured-records-from-world-war-ii/ ____________________ Liebe Pete, Herzlichen Dank für alles im Leben. Ruhe in Frieden! With much love Chuck

 

 

Cindy. Ledford posted on 6/5/19

Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family

 

Janet Romanic posted on 6/5/19

Mr. Berdaus, I will never forget dancing with you at Logan's wedding last year. You were the life of the party! You brought smiles to the faces of everyone who interacted with you. Thank you for sharing your joy with all of us, Janet

 

Sharon F. Glynn posted on 6/5/19

Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins was the best neighbors a person could ever have!

 

Jerry and Janna Cather posted on 6/5/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time of loss.

 

Barbara Hawkins Martin posted on 6/5/19

Roy was a wonderful brick layer and a wonderful friend of our family, he will be missed. God Bless the family and friends you are in my prayers

 

Bob and Cathy Lawler posted on 6/5/19

Linda, Thinking of you during this difficult time. Prayers go out to comfort you and your family.

 

Dian McFarland Michael posted on 6/5/19

Sorry to hear this. God be close to all of you in the next difficult days.

 

Mary Brooks posted on 6/5/19

Uncle; You teased me about pop-tarts and loved throwing words at me to spell when I was young. I’m all grown up and you talked to me and comforted me when I needed someone to sit and listen. I will never forget the times we sat and talked about the Bible or sat outside for hours. I will miss hearing YO whenever you came to visit and I will miss your smile. I know that you are now resting in his arms. Til we meet again. We love you.

 

Robin and John Staubs posted on 6/5/19

Thoughts and Prayers to the Messick Family

 

SG and CJ posted on 6/5/19

Dear family we are sorry to hear of your loss. We know Glenn helped many people. You can gain comfort from the Bible where it talks of a time where no one will be sick (Isaiah 33:24) and there will be no pain, no death (Revelation 32:3-4). Think of the good memories and continue to lean on friends, family and God.

 

Karen Kennedy posted on 6/4/19

Prayers to Nancy and family.

 

Karen Kennedy posted on 6/4/19

Sincere sympathy to Nancy and family. You are in my thoughts and may God give you strength and comfort.

 

 

Karen posted on 6/4/19

You are the best Dad in the world. I love you so much! Miss you.

 

Sarah Aanderud posted on 6/4/19

Gigi was a fantastic lady. I always loved talking to her. Rest in peace.

 

Robin and John Staubs posted on 6/4/19

Our Thoughts and Prayers for the Messick Family

 

Diana Stotler posted on 6/4/19

Prayers to Marvin and family. May God be with the family at this time.

 

Brenda Barton posted on 6/4/19

My friend, hugs to you. I am truly sorry.

 

Eric & Sonia Turner posted on 6/4/19

Glenn, Cousin, Growing up you were my 3rd brother in the family. I know how important family is to you and I appreciate you always visiting for our family functions. It seems you started a trend in the family because the last event we had was almost twice the size. We will keep this tradition in Honor of you Big Brother Glenn! We love you. Rest in Heavenly Peace. #FamilyOverEverything #Liquid Music.

 

Patty Barr posted on 6/4/19

Tana and family... my sincere sympathies to you and your family. Cherish all the fond memories. He will be forever in your heart. You have peace knowing that he is flying high with the angels.

 

 

Donna Russell posted on 6/4/19

I will miss you terribly Poppa. You were a generous soul who taught your children about life. When you left, you took a piece of my heart with you.

 

Brenda Payne posted on 6/4/19

•Hearing about your loss has deeply saddened me, but I know that this is far from what you are going through right now. You are in my thoughts and prayers. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family.

 

Patti Loughridge posted on 6/4/19

Maral and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your dear Mother. She led such a fascinating and full life I would loved to have known her. She was so accomplished and so engaged that it is clear she lived her life fully. I know she will be dearly missed.

 

Wanda Roberts posted on 6/4/19

My deepest sympathies to Miss Winnie’s family. It was always a pleasure to chat with her. After moving in across the street, she was the first to reach out and welcome me to the neighborhood. I pray her memory will bring you all comfort in the upcoming days.

 

Katie VanMeter (White) posted on 6/4/19

Aunt Winnie was one of the boldest women I have ever met. She had a great sense of humor in my opinion. She was never afraid to tell it like it is. My Dad referred to her as his favorite Aunt and would take me to see her growing up. I'm glad I had to opportunity to see her over the past couple years, but it pains me to know she will never meet my daughter. I know she is with Uncle Billy and my Dad (Fred)...and they can cut up together. She will in very good and entertaining company. My heart is with Susie and her children in this time. I'm sending you all love and prayers to help you through your grieving.

 

Linda Jackson posted on 6/4/19

Glenn, Words cannot express the sadness I feel but I know that you are trodding with the Angels. Not only were you my brother but you were my friend, as we often shared with each other. I carry you in my heart and spirit. May GOD keep and comfort you. Love you Bro

 

Tana Jones posted on 6/4/19

Glenn, my uncle, my friend. There is no one like you in my eyes. I loved all the times we shared and all the laughs that you kept coming my way. You were a gentle soul and I am so blessed to have known you my entire life. Thank you for your support and encouraging words and thanks for loving your family so very much. Love in my heart always. Rest easy

 

 

Glenn Dengeles posted on 6/4/19

God bless grandpa, my thoughts are with Vickie, UC and Aunt Kim.

 

George and janet Hughes posted on 6/4/19

Remembering a woman who made a great man

 

 

Sharon Marie Jackson posted on 6/4/19

You were so kind. My sister , I will remember always.

 

GARLAND PECK posted on 6/3/19

Ronnie - so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. Thought and prayers with you and your family. Take care my friend. Garland

 

Marian and Bob Stonis posted on 6/3/19

Aunt Irma was a wonderful person and the last of a special generation. Great memories of family get togethers. So sorry for your loss.

 

Marian and Bob Stonis posted on 6/3/19

Aunt Irma was a wonderful person and the last of a special generation. Great memories from family get togethers. So sorry for your loss.

 

Sally Cookson posted on 6/3/19

Always an exceptional lady, will be missed by many. She gave of herself with such grace and kindness. We were so blessed with her time on earth.

 

 

Kimberly M. Ahern posted on 6/3/19

God's Speed Dad. I will miss you always...

 

Peggy Thompson posted on 6/3/19

The world was a better place with sweet Mary in it. So lucky to have known her. Until we meet again be in peace and love and give my best to Sir Robert.

 

Georgia posted on 6/3/19

Mary my cousin was sweetest person I know. I enjoyed her smiles and laughter .She always made me feel so welcomed in her home.She is deeply missed. I know she is in heaven with her dear Husband. She was so proud of her daughters and great-full for their abiding care and love for her.May she be remembered always.Love you and her family much!

 

John M Markwood posted on 6/3/19

Ron, I trust you know how much I valued your mother's service on the Board of Directors of the Leary Educational Foundation. Her honesty, wisdom, and common sense was a tremendous asset to all of us. Her generosity was unsurpassed. An uncommon woman, always with a twinkle in her eyes!

 

 

Lauralee Chaney posted on 6/3/19

He was such an amazing man. I will forever be thankful for the time I got to spend with him. He will forever be missed. I love you pawpaw!

 

 

ILLona Ramsey posted on 6/3/19

I never met Mr. Morris but I heard many wonderful things about him from his daughter, Tammy. Thank you for your service to our country Sir. Rest In Peace.

 

Ruth Dewhirst Belsar posted on 6/3/19

I will always remember how much fun it was to hangout with.

 

Tangela Brown posted on 6/2/19

Glenn I will miss you dearly and forever love you in my heart.

 

Mike Baker posted on 6/2/19

Great man..Great Uncle

 

Dora Cox posted on 6/2/19

I met her once and she as always carried Grace Knew Ronnie Ward thru rental but as all it’s like you knew the whole family. So sorry of your loss but God Has a Beautiful 👼 Angel

 

George D Gaither Jr posted on 6/2/19

When you get older it feels you can withstand death but that is not necessarily true. To the family of Glenn let me express my deepest condolences to you. I too am very saddened on his passing! We were life long friends and we shared our life experiences. We were always available for one another no matter where we were. In our last year's we would share the word of God to uplift one another. Since I moved in 2017 to the Philippines we were out of touch because Glenn did not do Facebook. Glenn told me all about his illness and I am sure his soul stands in God presence. Don't worry my friend we will see one another again with the Lord!!

 

Ivy Brown-Tyson posted on 6/2/19

My heart was so heavy to hear of Glenn’s passing. He was such a wonderful soul. Full of so much love. I’ll never forget how you always welcomed me with a hug. Forever a friend. To be absent in the body of to be present with the Lord. Rest easy.

 

 

Gini-Rae Risinger posted on 6/2/19

He became my second dad when I was 9 yrs old. I was lucky to have 3 parents. He was my last one to watch cross over into Heaven. He raised me when he didn't have to. Loved me as his own. I will forever be grateful and feel blessed that God brought me into his family that became mine too

 

Rachel R. Kisner posted on 6/2/19

Ronnie & Kathy. Your Mom was wonderful. It wasn't a party without one of her cakes. She even delivered one to our home after hours one night so that the Woodland Avenue cake gang didn't eat it before I got home. (They had already attacked two other cakes planned for a wedding anniversary.) We all loved and respected her tremendously. Rachel and Family.

 

Dan Martin posted on 6/2/19

Thank you Dad for welcoming me into your family 39 years ago when I married your beautiful Daughter, Lisa. I will always cherish your humor, compassion and love but, most of all, your friendship. I love you. Dan

 

 

Randy Morris posted on 6/2/19

Goodbye dad ..thank you for being a wonderful father ...

 

Jennifer Mesich posted on 6/2/19

GiGi you are loved and missed greatly. Thank you for teaching us to live fully and love hard.

 

Dan Martin posted on 6/1/19

Thank you Dad for allowing me to become a part of your family. It was in 1981 that I enjoyed my first scotch with you. It has been a privilege to marry your first Daughter Lisa 37 years ago. I miss you so much and will always keep you in my heart. I appreciate your love, kindness and friendship.

 

 

Jennifer Mesich posted on 6/1/19

We will miss you GiGi! Love the Kids

 

Jennifer posted on 6/1/19

GiGi, you will be missed and always cherished! You lived your life enjoying the small things and loving those around you! Rest in Peace!

 

Kristin Zuckerman Biauce posted on 6/1/19

Ronnie and Kathy: There is so much I can say about Louise having known her for my lifetime. She and Buddy were part of the Zuckerman's everyday doings for a very long time and every bit of it was enjoyable. I have things Louise gave me that I will treasure for the rest of my life and memories of Mom and Louise laughing over the dirty jokes they heard at bridge or garden club. Those girls were crazy, but I loved them and I will miss them forever. I do hope they already have a game of duplicate started! Love and prayers to you and your family. Kris

 

 

Clark Dixon posted on 6/1/19

As a teenager in the early '60s I stopped by Ward's Pastry and purchased a dozen donuts. I loved those donuts, they were always fresh and delicious.

 

Eric R Turner posted on 6/1/19

Glenn, Cousin, Growing up you were always my 3rd brother in the family. I know how important family is to you and I appreciate you always visiting for our family functions. It seems you started a trend in the family because the last event we had at least an additional 10 family members. We will keep this tradition in Honor of you Big Brother Glenn! We love you. Rest in Heavenly Peace. Love Eric & Sonia, Marcus, Iman & Greg #FamilyOverEverything #LiquidMusic

 

George Gaither posted on 6/1/19

To the family of Glenn Ford. Allow me to send to you my deepest condolences on the passing of Glenn. I am sure, this tragic event, is the source of great sorrow because I too am hurting because of this as well. Glenn was like a brother to me and we shared many fond memories of our life experiences. That is both the good and bad. So you see we were really close. Our last days together we developed a great deal of love for the Lord in our conversations. He had accepted, like me, our shortcomings and I know for sure absent from the body he is present with Lord. I pray that God grants you peace in the midst of your bereavement knowing Glenn now has achieved the ultimate promotion in Heaven! God be with you all! Sorry I could not make it home for my life has carried me to the Philippines. Be assured that God will answer you prayers for Glenn!!

 

Judy Lowery posted on 6/1/19

Will remember that smile forever. Will love and miss you forever.

 

Shawn and Tammy McDaniel posted on 6/1/19

Remember this lady fondly and the deliciousishness that were her cakes! Winchester has lost a legend. Condolences to the family.

 

Micheal Crawford posted on 5/31/19

Lee Lee my brother thanks for all the care and love you showed over the years. I think of the time you took to help me play a better Alto sax. You will be missed as I know you're gone to the Heavenly choir. Until we meet again my friend.

 

Gregory turner posted on 5/31/19

You were a true inspiration to family and friend. I looked up to you and respected you. I will miss my brother and friend

 

Gregory v. Turner posted on 5/31/19

You were a very good man . But God needed you more Bless you.

 

 

Gregory v. Turner posted on 5/31/19

Dear Cousin you will be missed, you were a inspiration to me. To have you as a personal friend and family I will always remember you.

 

SG and CJ posted on 5/31/19

Sad to hear of your loss. John helped many people and was a good neighbor. You can gain comfort from the Bible where it talks of a time where no one will be sick (Isaiah 33:24) and there will be no pain, no death (Revelation 32:3-4). Think of the good memories and continue to lean on friends, family and God.

 

SG and CJ posted on 5/31/19

Sad to hear of your loss. Ted helped many people.You can gain comfort from the Bible where it talks of a time where no one will be sick (Isaiah 33:24) and there will be no pain, no death (Revelation 32:3-4). Think of the good memories and continue to lean on friends, family and God.

 

SG and CJ posted on 5/31/19

Sad to hear of your loss. You can gain comfort from the Bible where it talks of a time where no one will be sick (Isaiah 33:24) and there will be no pain, no death (Revelation 32:3-4). Think of the good memories and continue to lean on friends, family and God.

 

Linda Tugwell posted on 5/31/19

you were a special man and I will never forget you. I will miss you so much, you RIP my dear friend, I'll always love you

 

 

Rosemary Murtaugh Rogers posted on 5/31/19

She was a beautiful baby girl and wonderful person. She will be missed.

 

Doris R Hogan posted on 5/31/19

Doris Hogan, Old Fredericktown Garden Club and Doris' and Roy's Iris Gardens our Condolences

 

Patricia Haislip posted on 5/31/19

Ronnie and Kathy: You bring new meaning to the word “FAMILY”...with your love and your caring for this incredible lady. Thinking of you.

 

Bernadette O'Donoghue posted on 5/31/19

The Executive Leadership Team at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society extends its deepest sympathy to Jen and the Renner family. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time

 

David and Vivian Finley. posted on 5/31/19

enjoyed our visits with you and Phil and Marion and Lin. all the stories that were told about there younger days. The one about Phil and Lin buying a cone off yogurt for Gilford. so sorry for your loss.

 

John and Monica King posted on 5/31/19

Janice, Karen and Dan, we were saddened to hear of Phil's passing. Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family.

 

Sue Pigg posted on 5/31/19

My thoughts are with you, Ronnie & Kathy. I pray that you will be comforted by good memories & by close family & friends in this time of your sorrow.

 

George Asare posted on 5/30/19

Rest in Peace Glenn. Thanks for all the good moments and the common knowledge we shared in Sports,Politics and the World at large. Rest easy now you are at Peace.

 

Dave and Traci Shoberg posted on 5/30/19

We are so sorry for your loss .. you will be in our prayers .

 

Ceravalo Donald L & Barbara J. posted on 5/30/19

Lou I was so sorry to hear about Sam, I have you and your family in my prayers. I won't make it to the service for the viewing, I am still struggling with the loss of our son. God give you strength and peace.

 

Les and Dremia Landis posted on 5/30/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you the family and Penny in your time of sorrow. May God hold and comfort. She was an amazing lady and her thoughtfulness and kindness towards all she met will always be remembered.

 

Kathy Kerns posted on 5/30/19

I worked with Sam at Westminster Canterbury, he worked in our security dept and was very nice. He will be missed.

 

Gloria Caron posted on 5/30/19

What a character! I always enjoyed time spent with Phil and Janice. I wish you well Janice, you will miss him.

 

 

Ellen Fleming posted on 5/30/19

I light this candle in memory of James Alexander - a man who will not soon be forgotten. May you rest in peace old friend. You will be missed.

 

Deborah Appleton posted on 5/30/19

I run a thrift store by where Will lived. He’d come by from time to time just to say hi. He was a very knowledgeable man. We had many conversations on the world issues. I believe I seen Will two days before his passing. I must say I was very sad to hear the news. He spoke of his Son quite often. I hope and pray he didn’t suffer. Rest In Peace my friend. ❤️🙏

 

Gloria Caron posted on 5/30/19

What a memorable charactet! All the time spent with you and Phil was enjoyable. Phil was an exceptional employee at North Maine Woods.

 

wayne nicholson posted on 5/29/19

so sorry ; I worked with Sam at 5D. he was a great guy and always upbeat .

 

Stan and Jamie Janik posted on 5/29/19

Prayers for the entire Shifflett Family.

 

Anne Warner Ambrose posted on 5/29/19

My thoughts and prayers are with Sam's wife and family. I had the pleasure of knowing Sam while working at Westminster Canterbury on the night shift. He was such a great guy and I have thought of him often over the years. He always brought the best cheddar biscuits to our work potlucks. He was like family to our night-shift crew. I pray for the peace of God for his family in this time of loss.

 

GARLAND PECK posted on 5/29/19

Dear Bonnie and family - so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. The Moose Fraternity should be proud to have had Dick as a loyal member. Take care. Garland Peck

 

Tod Black posted on 5/29/19

Sorry to hear about your enormous loss.My thoughts are with you.

 

Kelly Anderson posted on 5/29/19

Lou - I was so sorry to hear of Sam's passing and my heart aches for you. I pray you will be surrounded with comfort and strengthened by your faith. You will forever be in my heart and prayers.

 

Paula Trombley Leavitt posted on 5/29/19

I worked many years with Phil at the phone company. He was cheery and unflappable and enjoyable to work with.

 

mona conley blanchard posted on 5/29/19

Janice and Family, my condolances to you, all. Phil was such a friendly guy, I enjoyed our visits at Tim Hortons,Phil and my dad were cousins,but what an age gap, God Bless you .

 

Linda and Larry Heishman posted on 5/29/19

Janice Thinking of you and your family at this time. May God give you comfort!

 

Carol Wolverton posted on 5/29/19

My dear sweet friend.. So many memories with Tasha as a lil one , probably Age 5 or so playing with my girls who are same age..back when we worked at lear. i know you are heartbroken beyond words. I am here if you need to talk.. Much love and prayers to you and the children. love u much my friend

 

Richard Pierce and Family posted on 5/28/19

God bless you and your family during this trying time. Our prayers are with you, and your family. Jim was a great, and accomplished man.

 

MaKayla Wilson posted on 5/28/19

Sam was such a pleasure to work with during my clinical time at hilltop as a student. It breaks my heart to hear he's gone. My thoughts are with his family.

 

 

Laurie Moskowitz-Corrois posted on 5/28/19

Uncle Carter was a calm, steady, caring support for us [his three nieces] during an uncertain time in our childhood. He will always be loved and remembered with heartfelt appreciation.

 

A.Y.S. posted on 5/28/19

Susan was an enthusiastic, vibrant and inspiring woman of faith A blessing to all who knew her. My sincere and deepest sympathies to her family.

 

Kim and Robert Filbert posted on 5/28/19

Back in the early 90’s, we acquired a golden retriever from Alan that was supposed to be the runt of the batch. We came home to find him in a box in the garage one evening. We named him Buster and he was a major part of our family for 14 yrs. He maxed out at 105 lbs - so much for a runt! Thank you, Alan for our four legged family member. You and he are part of our family story. Rest high on the mtn🙏

 

Jackie Rogers posted on 5/27/19

Tommy, Sharon and family, Please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of David. Sincerely, Jackie Rogers

 

Natieya Coffelt posted on 5/27/19

Lisa was very beautiful and down to earth. I don’t know why god takes people from us and I will never understand it. She was so young and hadn’t experienced life at all yet and I pray and hope I get to see her in heaven again one day, to see that beautiful smile, hear her funny laugh, watch her laughing and having fun, I’d do anything for one more hug from Lisa. She was definitely the girl who walked into a room with a bright smile on her face and it would just light up the world. She was never scared to speak her mind or tell you how she was feeling, which was one of the reasons I loved her so so much. Rest In Peace beautiful 💓 I love you

 

Linda and Jeff Lugar posted on 5/27/19

Brian & family- Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family for the loss of your Dad. May your hearts be filled with the love he shared with you.

 

CJ & SG, Tony, Lydia posted on 5/27/19

We are sorry for your recent loss. The death of a loved one is difficult, continue to lean on God, friends and family. God will always give you comfort, as found in the Bible at (2Cor 1:3-4). He will soon take away death (1Cor 15:26), and he will soon return our loved ones by way of the resurrection (John 5:28-29). Please search the article “When someone you love dies”, at JW.org it greatly helped us through a difficult time and we hope it can help you to gain some comfort.

 

CJ & SG posted on 5/27/19

We are sorry for your recent loss. The death of a loved one is difficult, continue to lean on God, friends and family. God will always give you comfort, as found in the Bible at (2Cor 1:3-4). He will soon take away death (1Cor 15:26), and he will soon return our loved ones by way of the resurrection (John 5:28-29). Please search the article “When someone you love dies”, at JW.org it greatly helped us through a difficult time and we hope it can help you to gain some comfort.

 

Brenda Mickens, Columbia, SC posted on 5/27/19

To the Dixon Family. I am so very very sorry to learn of David's passing. Such a shock and so saddening. You all know the promises of God so just hold on and you will be smiling again with all the memories you shared with David. I will continue to keep your family in my prayers.

 

Don and Sherry Lewis posted on 5/27/19

Bonnie, Our deepest sympathy.He was a wonderful person.

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/27/19

We are sorry for your recent loss. The death of a loved one is difficult, continue to lean on God, friends and family. God will always give you comfort, as found in the Bible at (2Cor 1:3-4). He will soon take away death (1Cor 15:26), and he will soon return our loved ones by way of the resurrection (John 5:28-29). Please search the article “When someone you love dies”, at JW.org it greatly helped us through a difficult time and we hope it can help you to gain some comfort.

 

Geo Derick Giordano posted on 5/26/19

Loving Susan was Easy. Many of us were inspired & delighted by her positive outlook, her fortitude and fierce determination, her loving and compassionate heart, her fight for justice and truth, her simple beauty, and her unwavering gratitude for everything and every one. Anyone who knew her received her blessing. Thank you for caring for and sharing her these many years.

 

NORMA B NEWBRAUGH posted on 5/26/19

Bonnie, I am so sorry. My deepest sympathy.

 

SG and CJ posted on 5/26/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Joe helped many people over the years. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can think of the good memories and gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/26/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Sam helped many people in her life. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can think of the good memories and gain comfort from Jehovah God ( Psalm 83:18).

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/26/19

So sorry for your family’s loss. . Think of the good memories. Susan was an encouragement to all, and she helped many children. The Bible talks about a resurrection in the book of John 5:28,29 and also says one day, there will be no more sicknesses in the book of Isaiah 33:24. It will be so wonderful to live forever in a paradise earth in Psalms 37. What must we do to live forever? Please read in your Bible book of John 17:3. May the God of comfort Jehovah help your family through this, Psalms 83:18.

 

CJ & SG posted on 5/26/19

So sorry for your loss. Natasha helped many people.Think of the good memories. The Bible talks about a resurrection in the book of John 5:28,29 and also says one day, there will be no more sicknesses in the book of Isaiah 33:24. It will be so wonderful to live forever in a paradise earth in Psalms 37. What must we do to live forever? Please read in your Bible book of John 17:3. May the God of comfort Jehovah help your family through this, Psalms 83:18.

 

CJ & SG posted on 5/26/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can think of the good memories and gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

 

Debbie and Bob Nickerson posted on 5/26/19

Thoughts and prayers are with Stella's family.

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/26/19

So sorry for your loss, she will be missed. Betty Jane helped many people and we remember shopping at McCrory Dept Store, and her always warmly assisting us. Think of the good memories. The Bible talks about a resurrection in the book of John 5:28,29 and also says one day, there will be no more sicknesses in the book of Isaiah 33:24. It will be so wonderful to live forever in a paradise earth in Psalms 37. What must we do to live forever? Please read in your Bible book of John 17:3. May the God of comfort Jehovah help your family through this, Psalms 83:18.

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/26/19

Irma’s life touched many people. So sorry for your loss. Think of the good memories. The Bible talks about a resurrection in the book of John 5:28,29 and also says one day, there will be no more sicknesses in the book of Isaiah 33:24. It will be so wonderful to live forever in a paradise earth in Psalms 37. What must we do to live forever? Please read in your Bible book of John 17:3. May the God of comfort Jehovah help your family through this, Psalms 83:18.

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/26/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Her life touched many lives and Betty helped many at social services Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can think of the good memories and gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

Missy Triplett posted on 5/26/19

Thoughts and prayers to her family and friends. I was blessed to have met Mrs Pannell in 2010 and always looked forward to seeing or talking with her at my office. Rest In Peace Mrs Pannell. I will think of you often.

 

SG and CJ posted on 5/26/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. He helped many people. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can think of the good memories and gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

Teresa Cripe posted on 5/26/19

I meet Susan & Barney about 2012 when I worked for Ministering Angels. I worked with her a fre times when her regular caregiver was off. I had real dark brown hair & I worked about time you had some trees in your backyard that you thought might be a danger to the house. I enjoyed working with you & knowing you both.

 

Chelsea Singleton Hillyard posted on 5/26/19

Susan was one of the greatest women I have had the pleasure of knowing and caring for. Our years together meant so much me, I’ll always cherish our days searching for the perfect sun spot or decorating the house for every season and holiday. Every run I go on I think of her and even more so will I now. She was a beautiful person inside and out She will be deeply missed

 

Sam Arnold posted on 5/25/19

The memories I shared with Susan I will always cherish. She was a kind, and genuine soul with a heart of gold. I’m so happy I got to meet her and her family, who I give my condolences. Susan taught me so many things and each day with her was such a blessing and so much fun. She always had a smile on her face :) Susan was and always will be so special and such a dear friend to me. I love and miss you 💕 -love Sam

 

Robert Adaams posted on 5/25/19

Still Missing you like crazy

 

norma posted on 5/25/19

I honor and celebrate the beauty and light of our Susan. A soul of love, generosity, courage, strength and vulnerability, grace and inspiration, open heart and caring, creativity and intelligence, faith and spiritual depth : I am privileged and humbled to know her. She is a gentle mighty force who made the choice - sometimes many times a day - for love, laughter, life. Perhaps that is the greatest, but by no means the only, lesson and gift she gave us through her demonstration. I believe Heaven's gardens will be blooming even more gloriously. Thank you my friend for blooming in our lives.

 

 

Josh Chandler posted on 5/25/19

Baby I love u and miss u so much. I will treasure u forever, I loved that we got to go to the Beach and u would come to Shanes basketball n football games you was always smileing when u was with the kids and that's the memories I'll keep forever

 

Fritzi posted on 5/25/19

Bonnie, Jeff and family I was so sorry to read of Dick’s passing. May he Rest In Peace. Prayers and thoughts of you all.

 

 

The Bland Family posted on 5/25/19

Peace be with you all.

 

The Bland Family posted on 5/25/19

There are times along life's journey that can test the spirit deeply. Though this is certainly one of those times, may you never stop believing that your faith, your inner strength, and the power of God's love will carry you through. Deepest Sympathy.

 

Chelsea Singleton Hillyard posted on 5/25/19

Susan was the most remarkable woman I have ever had the pleasure meeting an caring for. She became a special friend over the years I got spend with her. I will forever cherish our days spent searching for the brightest sun spots, decorating for the holidays and our long talks. She always listened without judgement and cared for all of her caregivers deeply. I know she is finally waking and happy looking over us.

 

 

Kelly J Twigg posted on 5/25/19

Prayers of healing for family 🙏 Allen was a great person. RIP cowboy!

 

Robert & Cookie Miller posted on 5/25/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Scott Dolly posted on 5/25/19

Susan was an absolute inspiration to be around and it was always a pleasure to work with her. Her drive to keep trying and unbreakable spirit was something amazing to witness. She always told me I could share her story with other clients and patients if it would help them gain some perspective or serve to inspire them. Which it always did! I will continue to share Susan's story and even though she isn't with us anymore, she will serve as an inspiration for many more years to come.

 

Karine Sfeir posted on 5/25/19

We are very sad to hear the sad news. We were lucky to have known Ada. As sweet as they come. Please accept our most sincere condolences. May she Rest In Peace.

 

David abd Gwen Duvall posted on 5/25/19

We knew Susan from our visits from Florida. She was a wonderful friend to our sisters Diann and Doris. What an example Susan was for our Lord, and she is made whole again and walking the Streets of Gold with our Lord and Saviour. Her life was an inspiration to many. May our Lord encompass Barney and her family in a very special way AND, we can't forget her dog, who will also miss her.

 

Ellen Moten posted on 5/25/19

Sending thoughts of love, peace and comfort to the Dixon Family.

 

Brenda Mickens, Columbia, SC posted on 5/25/19

To the Dixon Family. I am so very very sorry to learn of David’s passing. Such a shock and so very saddened. You all know the promises of God so just hold on and you will be smiling again with all the memories you shared with David. Love to you all.

 

Sandy Turner posted on 5/25/19

R.I.P. my dear niece. You will be missed by so many. Donna, you have 2 wonderful grand babies to love and make her proud of. All our love from your Little Sis and Steve. Hugs and love from us in England xoxoxoxoxoxo

 

norma posted on 5/25/19

I honor and celebrate the beauty and light of our Susan. A soul of love, courage, generosity, strength and vulnerability, grace and inspiration, open heart and caring, creativity and intellect, faith and spiritual depth. I am privileged and humbled to know her. She is a gentle mighty force who daily, and many times repeatedly in a day, made the choice for love, laughter and life. That may be the largest lesson, by no means the only, she taught me by demonstration : the power of our choices in any circumstance. I believe Heaven's gardens are blooming even more gloriously. Thank you my friend for blooming in our lives

 

Anna Pannell posted on 5/25/19

Words can’t describe how much Susan meant to me! She was a joy to not only me but to so many! I was blessed to have her as my mother in law! She was a wonderful step mother to my husband Aaron Pannell! I will miss her sweet smile and how she lit up a room! You are loved Susan till we meet again! Love you

 

Dave & Marcia Darsie posted on 5/25/19

What a great lady! Learning her story with her man Barney, described as the happiest couple on Earth. We never got as close as we would have liked, sadly time ran out. BUT OH what good times we had. Working the yard those Spring days was a joy. A few great dinners out. Bible study in her home was the most special and the best part of that was just sitting together in the kitchen and telling our stories of the day. We were so blessed to know Susan . On a side note having Susan ask me to work with her roses was an honor, I hope Mr. Lincoln does her proud.

 

Sam Arnold posted on 5/25/19

The memories I have with Susan I will always cherish. I am so happy I got to meet her and her family, who I give my condolences. She was a kind, and genuine soul with a heart of gold. She always had a smile on her face when I saw her :) Susan taught me so many things and the days I spent with her were so much fun! She was and always will be so special and a dear friend to me. I love and miss you 💕 -love Sam

 

Mike and Polly Damron posted on 5/25/19

Susan was a special person. Few of us are as strong-willed enough and faithful enough to handle what life dealt Susan, and Barney. Mike and I met Susan and Barney after her injury and were in awe of her spirit and determination. I will always remember her great sense of humor, we shared a similar sarcastic wit, which came out when we were together. She knew that if you were still able to laugh, then there was still a reason to live. I remember discussing that with her over lunch one day. She always amazed me by how busy she kept herself! She was always on the go, always going places, always exhausting her aides! Susan was blessed to have a husband like Barney. Very few men stay with their wives after such an accident, and that’s a fact. So, Barney, rest now, and know that she is enjoying her perfection now.

 

Kelvin Lomax posted on 5/24/19

Condolences to the Brown family on the loss of Jay Brown. I had the pleasure of working for him at Inova from 1991 until his retirement in 2008. He was a great man who fathered the Data Center and those who worked for him. Made sure that things were always in order and allowed me to grow in my career at Inova. I enjoyed our many conversations about IT matters, softball and most of all Redskins. Always viewed him as a friend and father figure until he left. Taught me many things that cannot be put unto words but had an impact on my life.

 

Kathryn Weill Rogers posted on 5/24/19

I had the privilege of knowing Susan for 7 years. She continually inspired me with her courage and strength. One of my favorite memories of Susan was when I attended one of her speaking engagements. It was at Handley High School and she was speaking to the high school student athletes. As Susan passionately shared her story, the students (and me) were hanging on to each and every word she spoke. It was obvious she made an impact in their lives. Susan definitely made an impact in my life. She was one of the most strongest, courageous and inspirational woman I ever met.

 

Andrea Donald posted on 5/24/19

I am forever grateful for getting the chance to have known Susan for as long as I have. We shared a love for animals I had the pleasure of taking care of her dogs for several years, forming a closeness with them as well. Susan was always wanting the best for me and my family, always taking the time to check in with me and my life updates. Susan will be deeply missed by my family, and our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.

 

 

Missy Wolff-Burke posted on 5/24/19

Susan’s contributions to the education of Shenandoah University Physical Therapy were numerous. She was a gifted educator. She spoke of empathy and the need to see the individuality of every person. She encouraged the PT students to work WITH each person and be mindful of the impact, for better or worse, a health professional has on his/her patients. She was an upbeat and beautiful gift me and our students, and she will be missed.

 

Betsy Morrison posted on 5/24/19

It was an honor to have known Ada. She was a true inspiration who never hesitated to share her love & zeal for living with everyone. I will always remember the years I worked with her fondly and her friendship will forever be a valued part of my life. My heartfelt sympathy to Dr. Kalbian and their family. The world has lost a truly magnificent lady.

 

Sandra Stotler posted on 5/24/19

My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family and friends. I remember him from high school, he was a great athlete and person.

 

Doris Duvall posted on 5/24/19

I've never known anyone that had such a deep faith and wonderful spirit as Susan had. Her quiet presence and deep commitment to our Bible Study group taught so much without saying a word. I will always remember Susan and her love of flowers. I picture her now walking free of pain and rejoicing with her Lord and Saviour.

 

Craig & Sharon Lewis posted on 5/24/19

We grieve with you but 100% believe she is waiting for us and enjoying being out of her wheelchair, walking the streets of gold with her Savior. What a blessed thought! We love you Barney, Laura and Katie. Thank you for being great neighbors for 12 year on Old Forest Circle. Craig & Sharon Lewis

 

Kim Baker posted on 5/24/19

I met Susan about 2 years ago. I was filling in for one of her caregivers who was on maternity leave. Tho I had only known her a short time, she made quite the impression on me. She was one of the kindest, most gracious humans I’ve ever had the honor of knowing! We would talk all day, sharing stories of our life experiences, laughing and crying together. I loved her sense of humor! Her ability to laugh even when things in our day got hectic or crazy. Like the time we got her chair stuck in the van. The release strap broke and we couldn’t loosen it! We looked at each other, “what are we going to do?!” I ended up driving to some random auto garage and this mechanic came out and saved the day! We were so relieved! After it was all said and done, we just laughed! It was an honor to know you Susan! You were an amazing woman, and friend! I will miss you dearly! My condolences to all the family! Xx

 

Diann Duvall posted on 5/24/19

How blessed we are to have had our lives touched by our precious friend, Susan. Despite pain and discomfort, she always had that radiant smile-so loving and so reassuring. Her deep faith and assurance of eternal life was a light to so many. Her determination inspired others to put their trust in God and never give up. She was always genuinely interested others, always concerned about their lives and wellbeing. I remember well one of our first conversations about her flowers and yard. Her face had a brilliant smile as she recounted her love of flowers, especially roses, and the joy of getting her hands in the soil. The smile faded as she acknowledged her sense of loss at not being able to tend her beloved gardens. But as we discussed plans for doing ‘the work for her, she brightened up and laid out her plans for us. Once a gardener, always a gardener. As I see her now, a free spirit, without pain and praising our heavenly father, we must rejoice in her heavenly homecoming. Although I shall miss her earthly presence, reassurance, love, joy and inspiring example, I feel so blessed to have called her friend. May God wrap his loving arms around her family and fill that great sense of loss with precious memories.

 

 

Jess Fortin posted on 5/24/19

Susan made life moments so special. I remember many of our deep talks about the meaning of life, enjoying the precious (and exhausting) moments of raising children, how to dream big and to laugh at yourself. Susan and I enjoyed many moments of laughing together...like the kind of laughter that made you incapable of speaking and left you feeling like you may have peed your pants a little. One day, Susan was out and about looking for the perfect place to relax in the sun (I always loved how the littles things in life were so important to her). She was “off-roading” in her chair and got stuck in some mud. She called me over to help her get unstuck...so here I am pushing and she is trying to drive the chair forward and at some point we both just start laughing uncontrollably. Susan made me laugh, think, and dream on a daily basis. However, the best gift she ever gave me was the ability to laugh at my mistakes and to see the good in myself. She gave me an appreciation for life while she was living and especially now that she is gone. You will forever be remembered and missed Susan.

 

Shana Brown posted on 5/24/19

Tasha you was a great friend. I've lost so much in my life and losing a friend like you hurts. Do me a favour when you get up there kick George's ass for leaving by myself to take care of our two kids.

 

Heaven Elliott posted on 5/24/19

The greatest of memories I had with you sweet lady, there are too many I'd be writing a book. Our time we spent together I'll cherish for the rest of my life. You had a beautiful soul and you are so special to me. You seen no color in anything, you up lifted anything and everyone around you. You touched so many people with positive spirit, you are an inspiration! I loved you more than you'll ever know, you brought me so much laughter and I learned so much from you. Everyday talking to you openly and asking questions you had an answer I was learning and thank you for all that you taught me in this time together. I will never forget the times we had you were a huge blessing to my life and I'd do anything to have you back just one more time. I love you Susan with my whole heart and I can't wait to see you again with that bright and beautiful smile on your face walking towards me. You are already so missed by me and always will be. - Love Heaven ❤

 

Marie Glidewell posted on 5/24/19

Barney, I am so sorry to hear of Susan's passing. I will be praying for you and your family. Stay strong

 

Aaron Pannell posted on 5/24/19

Susan Pannell you where a beacon of light to this world. Thanks for teaching me alot about life. I will always remember your hugs because when you would give hugs it felt like the world would stop. I will miss your laughter and you will be missed. I remember the first time I met you and how you lite up the room with your beauty and love . Thanks for all the other memories I have of you. Thanks for always being there when I needed someone to talk to and thank for being the best step mother. I love you so much.

 

Megan Pannell Cockrell posted on 5/24/19

Susan was a courageous fighter, lover of Jesus, and an amazing grandmother to my children. Words can’t express what all we will be missing in her absence.

 

Craig & Sharon Lewis posted on 5/24/19

Oh how the Lewis Family enjoyed living next to you Susan in Stonebrook for 12 years. We will never forget the love and encouragement you gave to our Chelsea, Sean and Cierra. We really appreciated all the odd jobs of dog sitting, grass mowing, leaf raking, snow removal after Charlie died and after her accident. Her kindness will never be forgot. She was a very dear spunky lady. Had the most beautiful smile and filled with happy laughter. So thankful God allowed our paths to cross on Old Forest Circle. Until we meet again over on the other shore, we treasure the years and moments God gave us together being neighbors. We love you Barney, Laura and Katie and will be praying as you begin your grieving. May our God comfort you during these days to come.

 

 

Jennifer Masters posted on 5/24/19

I’m shocked and beyond saddened by the news of Susan’s passing. I was her caregiver and friend. Our time together will always be treasured by me. Each day working with her was an adventure rather we were just running errands or reading to the school kids. She loved flowers and we would pick them out for her spring flower boxes. It was something she really enjoyed. Her smile and positive outlook were always contagious. Despite her disability she always had words of encouragement for me. We laughed a lot. The last words she spoke to me were “See you next time kiddo”. I didn’t realize there wouldn’t be a next time at least not in this life but I know one day I will see her again. She was a blessing in my life as much as she said I was in hers. My deepest sympathies to her husband Barney and her children.

 

Barbara Hineline posted on 5/24/19

Susan was a beacon of light & love, a pillar of strength & faith.

 

Matt Burkhart posted on 5/24/19

Susan has and is still an inspiration to me. Over the past several years that I have worked for Susan. We became friends Susan was always so appreciative. My favorite memory of her. Is how she would mail me the sweetest most sincere thank you letters. I really don’t have the words to say how beautiful of a person Susan was. I do however have the letters to remind me. Thank you Susan. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you journey home. Burkey

 

 

Karen posted on 5/24/19

I was googling Susan's name to get a street address and surprisingly a Rich Reifsnyder sermon popped up with a reference to her. It was from a sermon almost exactly six years ago... it is a good thing to remember Susan by.... It was Trinity Sunday May 26, 2013 and this is the excerpt... “​In this progression of grace filled qualities, character produces hope, and hope Paul tells us, does not disappoint us. We can't live without hope. Hope is one of those elusive words, but is a crucial biblical word. It is different than wishful thinking. Our wishful thinking can disappoint, may issue is no effort or action. It is different than fantasy, fantasies disappoint, don't pan out. It is different than cock-eyed optimism, for not every optimistic attitude works out. Hope is grounded in steady eyed realism, but even more importantly, grounded in the confidence that God is ultimately in charge, and in the long run God will prevail. ​ Some of you know Susan Horton Pannell who was Weekday School Director at the church for several years. A fantastic teacher, vibrant, enthusiastical. She has had to deal with a lot in her life. Her husband of many years, Charlie died of cancer. And after a few years, the joy of a new relationship entered her life and she remarried. Six weeks after her wedding, she was in a bicycle accident, and was severely paralyzed. She has been in a wheelchair ever since, while working diligently, for the past three years, to regain some of her motor functions. It has been a rough go. Susan spoke to a meeting of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, newly reorganized at Handley under the leadership of a senior in our church, Alison Snow. I was invited to hear her remarkable Christian testimony. Several times, she said loud and clear—"one thing I will not allow to happen is for my hope to be taken from me. I won't let doctors say, this is all you'll ever be able to do, I won't let friends say, 'get used to it,' I won't let myself just settle for what already is. I'm not naïve, I'm not unrealistic, I'm not saying I can predict what might happen, but I have hope, because of my trust in Jesus Christ, with whom all things are possible." That is the perspective of one who understands the justified life, who has seen suffering produce endurance, and endurance character and character hope.... “

 

 

Fontella Newman posted on 5/24/19

So sorry for your lost, may God give you the strength to get through this

 

 

Ann Porter posted on 5/24/19

Susan was a mentor to many in the educational field. I had the honor of being instructed by and a co-worker at First Presbyterian Weekday School. Our program would not be where it is today without her intuitive understanding of early education. I will always remember her quick witted nature and her contagious smile as she embraced the love for learning. May peace be with you, my friend. Ann Porter

 

Sheila Humbert Wilcox posted on 5/23/19

My condolences goes out to to the Dixon family in their time of sorrow.

 

Gayle posted on 5/23/19

Alexander, My thoughts and prayers are with you always.

 

Ted Persons posted on 5/23/19

Rest in Peace, old friend, we'll sing and toast again to be sure. Thank you!

 

Andrew McDonald posted on 5/23/19

My condolences to the family

 

Kay Beamer posted on 5/23/19

My condolences to the entire Dixon family on the loss of your loved one

 

Steve Cunningham posted on 5/23/19

This saddens me deeply. Jay was not just an umpire with Winchester Baseball but a member of the Winchester Baseball family. He was a great umpire, but he was a great ambassador of the game of baseball for all of the young boys and girls who loved to play the game. In all of our years together, I never saw him lose his cool. He was always there to assist me when I needed someone to umpire on short notice. Jay was a great guy and I will miss him a lot. My prayers go out to Judy, Brian, Greg and the rest of the family. I am sure that Jay will be looking over us this weekend at the Showdown in the Valley tournament in Jim Barnett Park. RIP my friend.

 

Adel B Guirguis and Margaret Guirguis posted on 5/23/19

We Wish Vicken ,Haig ,Sylvia,Maral and their spouses and children repose and comfort in dear Ada's passing .She had a challenging life but also a full and substantial one loved by her family and many dear friends

 

Jillian Fisher posted on 5/23/19

Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss...our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. From Jillian & William Fisher & Family!

 

 

Larry Banks posted on 5/23/19

I remember when Mr & Mrs Dixon dropped David off to college at Drexel University. My first impressions was seeing this Taller, quiet man with a Strong demeanor and a soft gentle smile. David and I have been friends ever since. This initial meeting will forever be imprinted on my soul. Rest well Mr. Dixon, you've fought the good fight, and finished the race. Now reap the benefits of your reward!!

 

Becky McAboy Wisecarver posted on 5/23/19

My deepest sympathy to the Kalbian family. I remember a fun birthday party at the Mosby street house and the best part was that most delicious birthday cake that Mrs. Kalbian baked. May happy memories sustain you during these difficult times. Becky McAboy Wisecarver

 

Mike Rohr posted on 5/23/19

To the Brown Family, Jay was a much respected and loved manager at the Pickett Data Center as well as the Nokes Data Center where he did much to orchestrate the entire move. I also remember his passion for being a baseball umpire. He will be missed in both areas, but I am sure, not forgotten. My prayers go to the family and friends in hopes they will ease some of the sadness at this time. Jay was a class act that cannot be duplicated.

 

Tony Tarsha posted on 5/23/19

Dear Dr Kalbian, Haig, Aline, Maral, and family, We are very saddened to hear that auntie Ada passed away. She was a great cousin and friend to my mother. She will be missed. Please accept our deepest condolences. May she rest in peace and may God bless her. Tony Tarsha

 

Hanna Tarrsha posted on 5/23/19

Dear Haig and Family Dr Vicken ,Aline and Maral We are so sorry to hear that our dearest beloved Aunt Ada passed away May God rest her soul in eternal peace and let perpetual light shine upon her Our thoughts and prayers are with you and may God ease your loss and offer comfort to you all. With our sincere sympathies, Johnny and Nimeh and Maroun

 

 

Jessica posted on 5/23/19

I will always remember us going to the skating rink every week, we wouldn’t miss the overnight skating. Then the one year our moms got us matching Christmas sweaters. We bought our first bras together. You will forever and always be in my thoughts girl.

 

Mario Vinci posted on 5/23/19

Clotilde joins me to send our heartfelt condolences to the family! May her soul Rest In Peace! Will always remember the beautiful days spent at the Kalbians during my childhood in Jerusalem! Mario Vinci

 

Amanda Pasquale posted on 5/23/19

Hugs and prayers to you all, praying for peace and comforting for everyone. May god wrap her babies in his arms and forever keep them safe.

 

Lynne Riley posted on 5/23/19

I was saddened to hear about Ada. Recently, I was thinking so fondly about your family and the roll you all played in those formative years. Your Mom was such an interesting woman. It’s funny the things you remember. Specifically, I remember her telling me about the clay lamps in the glass cabinet in your living room. Many prayers to you all

 

 

Rhonda Buracker posted on 5/23/19

RIP sweet Tasha!!! I remember that precious little girl at the skating rink and growing up over the years,to getting your first tattoo!!! Working with your mom and hearing all the sweet things about you!!! I'm so heartbroken to see you leave us,at such a young age!!! Donna,we are praying for you&the children,we know the feeling very well,the pain/emptiness/getting thru the next day!!! We are so very Sorry...may God wrap his loving arms around all of you!!! Many hugs&much love to you!!!

 

Linda posted on 5/22/19

Donna, I'm sending you my love, hoping the good lord wraps you in his arm and helps you thru your time of need. Sending my love for the kids.

 

Jane Ramos posted on 5/22/19

Vicken, I can only remember Ada's smile and enjoyment of life. May we all remember her attitude and try to copy her in all of her energy and far-reaching interests.

 

 

Tina Anderson posted on 5/22/19

Thinking of you. Prayers 🙏 for you all.

 

Esther Gray posted on 5/22/19

My condolences to the Brown family. I had the honor of knowing and working with Jay at Inova from 1997 until he retired in 2008. He was a great man!

 

Judith Davis (Penny) posted on 5/22/19

Donna so sorry for your loss my heart aches for you GOD be with you love always.

 

 

Angela Hayden posted on 5/22/19

Tasha...So thankful for the time I had with you...though not long enough! I will miss you sooo much, babe 💔 Forever friends...Rest in Peace, Sweet Girl❤️

 

Aunt Patti posted on 5/22/19

Rest In Peace Tasha ! Watch over ur Mom and you Little ones from ur Heavenly home and keep them safe with ur Angel Wings!!! My condolences to my sister Donna. I am hugging u from a far.

 

Debbie Miles posted on 5/22/19

Susan was a shining light in the neighborhood and in the school system. How she persevered and remained positive through her spinal injury was a priceless example of fortitude for all of us. She was an early example for all the children she taught who loved her dearly. She was an advocate for empathy, kindness, imagination and excellence. We loved that she came to the 'Wonder' movie with her students to see the embodiment of the book that she introduced her readers to. Her loss can never be fully accounted with words. Thank you so much for sharing her with us and for supporting her in ways that allowed her light to shine for our children and all of us. Sincere condolences from the Miles family, all of us.

 

Diane Jackson posted on 5/22/19

She use to like Gloria's rice.she was a sweet person.i will miss her.RIP

 

Patti Purser posted on 5/22/19

To the Brown family, I worked with Jay at Inova and remember him fondly. He was a wonderful man and our entire department waited for the Jay Brown fudge at Christmas. I am deeply sorry for your loss and hope that good memories will help you through this sad time.

 

Anna and Bill Nay posted on 5/22/19

Judy and family, Bill and I are so sad to hear of Jay’s passing. We have many fond memories of hockey games, credit union trips, lunches with Jay and your family. He was such a nice guy and will always be remembered with a smile. Our hearts go out to his whole family and hope for peace during this difficult time.

 

Jess Fortin posted on 5/22/19

Susan touched my life in so many ways. Losing her feels unbearable. I know she is walking along side the Lord and I hope she knows how much she is missed and loved. She will forever be one of my dearest friends.

 

John Westervelt posted on 5/22/19

Mary, I am so saddened to learn of the passing of your husband Joe. I always enjoyed our verbal bantering. I pray for your comfort and share your sorrow.

 

Theresa Hulver Gilbert posted on 5/21/19

Barney and family, Susan had the most beautiful spirit. Her presence at church on Sunday mornings will be sorely missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn her loss. Wilson & Theresa

 

Henrik Nakskov posted on 5/21/19

I Will sure miss you and your funny emails

 

Jody Moesta posted on 5/20/19

Ted was and is my Big Brother from the foundation But he was much more then that Hes been like Dad to me I've known him since I was around ten years old. He was and is a Great man!! We will greatly miss him. My heart goes out to the family R.I.P Ted we Love you!!

 

Rick Millard posted on 5/20/19

I just found out so late about Als passing. RIP. My Friend..God be with you and family.

 

 

Kathryn Heath posted on 5/20/19

I only new Sam for maybe two weeks unfortunately :( I would have loved to have gotten to know her better. The first time I met her she gave me a great big friendly hug and a smile. She had said she wasn't feeling good but she still got up and gave me, a total stranger a hug 🤗 and I thought that was very sweet. The second time I saw her was with her daughter, Jessica again and Sam was staying at Jess's for a week or so and had been there 2-3 days already. She went with Jess in the morning to pick me up for mine and Jess's appointment and before we go to our daily appointment, Jess and I always get coffee from Dunkin Donuts but both Jess and I were broke so Sam INSISTED on getting us our coffee. The other girl, Tasha who rode with us didn't want anything from Dunkin Donuts so Sam made her (and when I say made her she made her not in a bad way but with love) take $3 to get herself something nice so that Tasha wouldn't feel left out. The whole ride with her that day was wonderful. I enjoyed being with her just as much as I love being with her daughter who is very rapidly becoming someone I couldn't imagine not being in my life because she is a rare friend. Sam was a rare friend as well and I really believe that she passed down this special gift to her daughter because a real friend is So hard to come by that it's almost impossible to find them anymore and I found a beautiful friendship with her daughter Jess. Also, while in Sam's presence I noticed how proud she was of Jess and of her grandkids as well. Her grandkids and Jess absolutely adored her right back! She passed away the following weekend. So even though I didn't have a lot of time with her, I Could feel the love for everyone especially her family radiating off of Sam. She was beautiful and she was very special to be able to care for others so openly and without judgment. I absolutely loved the time I did have with her and I'm sure I will hear many stories about her from her daughter, Jess and from her grandkids as well. She will be missed.

 

Russell tarpy posted on 5/20/19

Sorry for your loss just wondered if we were related at all

 

Kim posted on 5/19/19

I’m so sorry for your recent loss. My deepest condolences to your family. Death of a loved one is never easy to endure, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Continue looking to God and you will always find comfort in him (2 Cor 1:3,4). He will soon destroy the enemy of death (1 Cor 15:26), and He will soon return our loved ones to us through the resurrection (John 5:28,29). Please visit JW.org and search “When Someone You Love Dies”, it helped me through some difficult times and I hope you can find comfort in it also.

 

Cathy Booth posted on 5/18/19

So sorry to hear about your Dad. Sending hugs and prayers Mark and Cindy

 

J.W. COMBS posted on 5/18/19

So sorry for your loss .. MR Whittle was a great family man for all to admire. He did his job well.. I enjoyed his life with his sons in sports and friendship. GOD BLESS the family through this time of grief.

 

Jim Johnson posted on 5/17/19

Miss you mom. You were always there for me. I can remember when I was a kid feeling lucky to have the parents I had. You and dad always loved us no matter what we did wrong or right. Hope you and dad are finally together again

 

Hans Nydam posted on 5/17/19

Bev and I are sorry to hear about Butch. I had not realized he was so sick. Will miss him driving up and down the road. He was a help to the Fire House and community. We will miss him. Hans

 

 

Denise Lingenfelter posted on 5/17/19

One of the best man I ever had the privilege to know and love. Love you Uncle Dick

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Charles helped many people. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

CJ and SG posted on 5/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time when,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

CJ & SG posted on 5/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

CJ & SG posted on 5/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Please continue to get support from family,friends and God. Gain strength by reading in your Bible at Revelation 21:3-4, where it says of the time ,”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more...nor pain be anymore.” Hope you can gain comfort from Jehovah God.

 

Gary & Harriet Pommier posted on 5/16/19

On behalf of myself and my wife, we wish to extend our Deepest Sympathy for the loss of Butch. I worked with him at Schencks Foods as his delivery driver, covering his accounts for many years. We never had any issue with his accounts and we had an excellent working relationship. He treated me with respect and like a good friend. May he know rest in peace and be with God.

 

CJ and Steve posted on 5/16/19

So sorry for your loss, Ted helped many people.The Bible talks about a resurrection in the book of John 5:28,29 and also says one day, there will be no more sicknesses in the book of Isaiah 33:24. It will be so wonderful to live forever in a paradise earth in Psalms 37. What must we do to live forever? Please read in your Bible book of John 17:3. May the God of comfort Jehovah help your family through this, Psalms 83:18.

 

Joyce Umbenour posted on 5/16/19

Mark and Terry, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad, I will always remember him and your Mom they were both very dear to me. God Bless each you and your families

 

Dale & Merle Kerns posted on 5/16/19

Dear Pat and families, We will always remember the times volunteering with Butch at the Fire Company where he loved to help with anything and everything. He will surely be missed and we extend our heartfelt sympathy to you and pray for God to provide you with comfort during this time and in the days ahead. Praying for you and the family, Dale & Merle Kerns

 

 

Lisa & Chris Curran posted on 5/16/19

Godspeed Justin. We are here for Brennah, Autumn and Alijah.

 

Kay Sellers posted on 5/16/19

I am saddened to hear of Justin’s passing. I am thinking of his family and friends and sending my deepest sympathy.

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 5/16/19

Pat, sorry for your loss. JWHS'58

 

Jerry and Rhonda Sargent posted on 5/16/19

Jerry and I are so sorry for the loss of your father. May God give you comfort, strength and peace. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Baltimore City College Alumni Association posted on 5/15/19

To all who mourn for Edward D. "Ted" Whittle the Officers and Board of the Baltimore City College Alumni Association extend their condolences.

 

sherry schorner posted on 5/15/19

i'd have to say that our experiences with Carol were always "the real deal". i'll carry Carol in my life journey till we meet again. She gave us a true friendship.

 

Marcelle Mazor posted on 5/15/19

The Mazor Family sends condolences to all of Justins family and friends. He is now at peace. Memories live on for a lifetime. With much sympathy

 

George P. Sempeles posted on 5/15/19

Zoe se sas (Life to you)

 

NORMA B NEWBRAUGH posted on 5/15/19

Mark, Terry, and family. I am so sorry to learn of your father's passing. He was such a dear, sweet man. My deepest sympathy.

 

Laura Gavis posted on 5/15/19

Very sorry to see that Butch passed on. My condolences to the family. Prayers and thoughts with you at this time.

 

Shirley Brannon posted on 5/15/19

I was so sorry to hear of Butch passing. I have thought of him ,Pat and the boys often. I worked with them all for a few years . He was always so funny and great to just be around. just a all round great person.

 

 

Jennifer Feese posted on 5/15/19

Granny, you are at peace now but I sure am going to miss you. ❤

 

Dwayne Dillow posted on 5/14/19

Terry, so sorry to see the passing of your father. It looks like he lived a full and active life. Keeping your family in my prayers.

 

Sherry Drish posted on 5/14/19

My favorite friend. She loved horses just as much as I did. She shared her horses taking me on my first buggy drives. We rode our horses together. Always a smile on her sweet face. So many happy memories. Bless you Dell. You were the best friend always

 

Theda the"Wife" posted on 5/14/19

I still miss you every day and hope Jerome is and "Mom" are healing

 

Beverly Kerns posted on 5/14/19

Dell was a wonderful friend to me. I remember all the times she help Vicki and I with the Wednesday night kids. She was a joy to be around. I know her and vicki are having a wonderful time with Jesus! See you in heaven Dell.

 

Jackie Bain posted on 5/14/19

I forgot to mention that she and I worked on her genealogy and what a thrill it was for the both of us in the discovery of her life.....

 

Jackie Bain posted on 5/14/19

What a dear sweet friend you were to me..... there is a hole in my heart

 

Larry and Sheila combs posted on 5/14/19

Ms. Dell will be greatly missed.

 

Larry and Sheila combs posted on 5/14/19

Ms. Dell attended our church Paw Paw for several years. She was such a sweet Christian lady. She help when needed. She supported the church in many ways. We have missed her and will continue to miss her forever. Love you Ms. Dell❤️

 

Chantou posted on 5/13/19

So sorry for your lost. The Bible talk about a resurrection in the book of John 5:28,29 and also says one day, there will be no more sicknesses in the book of Isaiah 33:24. It will be so wonderful to live forever in a paradise Earth in Psalms 37. What must we do to live forever? See the book of John 17:3. May the God of comfort Jehovah help your family through this, Psalms 83:18

 

 

Beverley Sefton posted on 5/13/19

My prayers and thoughts are with the family. Trust and believe Justin is with God and He will take care of him in His loving arms. God Bless all of you in this time of your loss.

 

Juanita L. Fincham posted on 5/13/19

Marsha, Doug, and families, I extend my heartfelt sympathy and prayers for comfort to you during this difficult time. I will always remember your mom (and dad). Stella made the best pies for our Women's Meetings. She was such a godly and caring women. I loved her so much. She is now at peace with Joe and very happy to be with Jesus. Blessings and Love to all.

 

Jean Lee posted on 5/13/19

I remember Leila very clearly. She assisted with bookkeeping at the Free Medical Clinic during my time as director. I was always grateful for her work.I am saddened by her death. She took a lot of road trips in those days and I was always impressed with her courage to do so on her own. I extend my sincere sympathy to her family.Leila was a good woman.

 

 

Felicia and Luke Phillips posted on 5/13/19

Our heart breaks for you. We love you and are sending you strength to get through this.

 

Dwayne Dillow posted on 5/13/19

Sending my prayers to your family in this time of loss.

 

 

Amanda Tavenner posted on 5/13/19

Justin, I can’t believe you’re gone. I’m sooo sad; we’ve known each other since kindergarten and you were always such a sweetheart. You will greatly be missed by many of your family and friends

 

Lynette Seabright posted on 5/12/19

Always thinking of you but especially today on Mothers Day. I bet you are having a lovely walk in the Garden. Love , Lyn, Diana and Sonny May 12 2019

 

AGP posted on 5/12/19

Rest In Paradise GOD BLESS

 

 

Kathy Feller posted on 5/12/19

You all are in my thoughts and prayers. She was such a sweetheart.

 

Linda Kitchel and Journey Class, Liberty Baptist Church posted on 5/11/19

May you continue to experience God's peace and comfort this week and in the days ahead.

 

Carol Bauserman & Patsy Strother posted on 5/11/19

Sorry for your loss.

 

Patsy Strother posted on 5/11/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

Patsy Strother posted on 5/11/19

Sorry about your loss.

 

Carol Bauserman posted on 5/11/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

Inger M Mobley posted on 5/11/19

for The Jensen family, my thoughts are with you at this very difficult time of loss. Svend Åge were a dear friend for so many years, and I find it hard to believe that he No longer will be watching “Badehotellet” with Else and me. Tak for minderne og dit gode humør og skønne sang stemme.

 

 

Dale & Merle Kerns posted on 5/10/19

Dear Marsha and Doug and families, We extend our Sympathy and prayers for comfort to you during this time of your Mother's home going. We'll always remember the great times we've had visiting, camping, and enjoying each other's fellowship and worshipping together through-out the years. We will miss her but know she is at her heavenly home now with Joe. We love you all, Dale & Merle

 

Georgia Kruthoff posted on 5/10/19

Aunt Lena you will be missed but never forgotten. I will cherish my last week I spend with you and your family. God Bless you.

 

JANE BAUKNECHT posted on 5/10/19

We remember Ada with much love and fondness. What a spirit! She was such a big part of our Adult Care Center family. Hugs to you, Brenda.

 

NORMA B NEWBRAUGH posted on 5/10/19

Marsha, Doug, and family, my deepest sympathy on the loss of a sweet lady and a dear friend. May God keep you close.

 

Mary Ann Pullen posted on 5/10/19

Mark and Family, So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Dana posted on 5/10/19

Lena and your family welcomed me into your lives. From butchering day to Halloween and teaching her grandchildren. I was connected with this amazing family and my BF Bussie❤️

 

BETTY J GOSSARD posted on 5/9/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, during this time.

 

H.Lynn McNeil Lawson posted on 5/9/19

Lena Wisecarver And her family ,Thanks to your loving family you were able to pass away surrounded by love with Dignity and Grace. For That's Who You Were Granny. Watch Over Your Loved Ones For THey Need Your Guidance.

 

Kathie legge posted on 5/9/19

Sympathy to the family in particularly Patti, her loyal and devoted granddaughter. My thoughts are with you.

 

Nancy Shahan posted on 5/9/19

She was a wonderful lady .I enjoyed going to her house and spending time with her and we had fun working together at marker and miller orchard together .I love her so much .

 

Deborah Cahoon Monroe posted on 5/9/19

Our Love and Prayers are with You All.....Such a Wonderful Husband,Father ,Grandfather and Friend....... Debbie, Meredith, Megan and Families

 

Trisha posted on 5/9/19

🙏 So sorry Timmy I know how much she meant to you! Sending thoughts and prayers to you and your family 🙏💔 RIP

 

 

Patti posted on 5/9/19

Today I held your sweet hands and painted your nails for the last time. I am honored to call you Grandma and feel blessed to know you will always look out for us from Heaven

 

Patti posted on 5/9/19

We will always have you in our hearts. You were such a tough but loving Grandma. I am very thankful to have had you in my and my kids’ lives for so many years. You will be missed BUT never forgotten. Go dance in your new heavenly body!

 

Christy Foltz posted on 5/9/19

Brenda, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Christy Foltz posted on 5/9/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Brenda. Keep her memories close.

 

Evelyn Nichols posted on 5/8/19

Deepest Sympathy

 

Ricky Whitacre posted on 5/8/19

RIP Grandma. You're now at peace. Im sure youre smiling though now that you're with Glen. Love always. Ricky 💞

 

Roy and Doris Hogan posted on 5/8/19

Deepest Sympathy to the family, Roy and Doris Condolences

 

Anoosha posted on 5/8/19

I will miss you Mr. Vann...... 😖

 

Kevin Combs posted on 5/8/19

Linden was my great friend. Worked with me more than 25 years. He was always ready for the next adventure. Always, always talking bout Trish, who was his best friend! Very proud of his family. I'm gonna miss you my great friend!!

 

Gordon and Lucy Gay posted on 5/7/19

Stacey, you and all your family are in our thoughts and prayers as you grieve the loss of your mom and grandmom.

 

Jenny posted on 5/7/19

Our Sincere and Deepest Condolences for your loss, and may the Lord Wrap his loving arms around you all and guide you through this most difficult time Sincerely Jenny, Tim and Matt ( Your Wal-Mart Vision Center)

 

Roger and Sue Mott posted on 5/6/19

We are keeping the family in our thoughts and prayers. ❤

 

 

Michael Mott & family posted on 5/6/19

Prayer for peace and comfort during this time of mourning. Sorry we never had the opportunity to know each other; rest in peace, cousin Jerry.

 

Denny Smallwood posted on 5/6/19

Sorry for your loss. I know she will be missed.

 

Lisbeth og Poul Hultfeldt Denmark posted on 5/6/19

Tak for alt. Vi vil altid huske dit gode humoer og dejlige måde at vaere på. Du kaempede til det sidste Knus fra os i Saeby Lisbeth og Poul

 

Lindetta & David Williams posted on 5/6/19

With deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

Lindetta Williams posted on 5/6/19

With deepest sympathy to your family. Lindetta & David Williams

 

Denise Anderson (Lynn Care) posted on 5/6/19

My sympathy to Larry, Debra and the entire Carbaugh family. He was a wonderful man and it showed most in what a kind , loving family he had. He will be missed. I am sure Mrs. Carbaugh has a big smile on her face, happy that he is with her now. She has been waiting patiently in heaven. With love and prayers, Denise.

 

Tarie Warner-Shull posted on 5/5/19

To Elisa's family, you all are in our thoughts and may the happy memories carry you through this sorrowful time. With deep sympathy The Shull's Steve, Tarie, Sam, Luke, Warner, & Jordan.

 

 

Tarie Warner-Shull posted on 5/5/19

Elisa, some people give hugs. Some people give help. You gave your all. I will always remember your kindness!! I love you kid!! 💐

 

 

Tarie Warner-Shull posted on 5/5/19

Elisa some people give hugs. Some people give help. You gave your all. I will always remember your kindness! I love you kid! 💐

 

Woody Harper, Sr. posted on 5/5/19

My sincere condolences to Ronnie and his family. God bless.

 

Bub and Pinky Bishop. posted on 5/5/19

Rest in Peace, Svend. God bless you!

 

Rachel Calabrase posted on 5/5/19

I was Elisa's fourth grade teacher. My heart aches for her family.

 

Woody Harper, Sr. posted on 5/5/19

Sincere condolences to Ronnie and his family. God bless.

 

ANNA CUMMINGS posted on 5/5/19

My condolences go out to you and your family

 

Barbara Hoover posted on 5/4/19

Ron and family So sorry for your loss. I have alot memories of Sandy. So grateful for knowing her. She will be sadly missed by all. Sending love and sympathy. Barbara Hoover

 

 

Michael Podesta posted on 5/4/19

We served together in 3ID & again in 2ID, great leader and mentor.

 

Barbara Yost Williams posted on 5/3/19

Please accept my Sincere Condolences for your loss.

 

 

Tarin Tumblin posted on 5/3/19

Thank you sister Janie for being so welcoming and loving. The first time you put your hands on me in prayer I knew I’d love you forever. You had a special touch and always carried the Spirit in you. You were an amazing woman. Thank you for your love. You’ve made Heaven even more beautiful. 💗

 

 

mary burdick (star) posted on 5/3/19

you will always be missed dear childhood friend.

 

Terry Kellas posted on 5/3/19

My last memories of Sandy were at the Willows Nursing Home with her Mom. There was SO much love between them. It was wonderful to watch. Now they are together again💕💕💕. God bless all of you, I know it hurts, I hope it helps a little know, I care! You

 

Carl and Jean Miller posted on 5/3/19

To Ron and Family, Our deepest sympathy to each of you.

 

PAMELA POTTS posted on 5/3/19

This whole family holds such a huge part of my heart. I had all four children in my classes at Loudoun County High School and also taught their mom when I was just starting out as a teacher at Broad Run HS in Ashburn. The white lilac bushes they gave me when I retired are huge now--and full of beautiful white lilacs. You have been an amazing family through the good and the not so good. Sending love and condolences to Jennifer, Jamie, Justine, Jacob and Karen. Love you all.

 

NORMA B NEWBRAUGH posted on 5/3/19

Ronnie, Stacey, Todd, and family, Sandy was my guardian angel when I first came to Winchester many years ago. Such a special lady. How very sorry I am to learn of her death. My deepest sympathy.

 

Colby and Arlene Jones posted on 5/3/19

Mr. Vann will be greatly missed at the Stephens City VA clinic. It was always a joy to see him and his beautiful wife when they would come in.

 

Doug Chapman posted on 5/3/19

Pat and Family, Linden was my second cousin but Linden is second to none. Linden was always a breath of fresh air. I always enjoyed my time speaking with My cousin Linden and he was always very positive and full of life to speak with. I will always cherish the time I got to spend talking with My cousin Linden and Pat at the family reunions and or and my grandmothers house in winchester. Linden will never be forgotten and will always be in our hearts and minds.

 

Matthew Shimp posted on 5/2/19

Coming up on 2 years, and not a day goes by that I don’t think of you. I love you very much, and wish I could hear your voice again.

 

Margaret Fisher Overman posted on 5/2/19

Ronnie... My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Steve and Valerie McLaughlin posted on 5/2/19

Our prayers and sympathy are with all of you!

 

Carol Gaines Delauter posted on 5/2/19

Ronnie and family, I have so many fond memories of Sandy during our high school years. She was one of my best friends. The Class of 1960 at Handley will miss her so much! Rest In Peace.

 

Betsy & Gary Sibert posted on 5/2/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Many school and Follies happy memories. Our prayers are with you. Betsy & Gary

 

Mark and Anita Shull posted on 5/2/19

So very sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers.

 

 

Megan Miller posted on 5/2/19

To my aunt sandy

 

Brian Franks and Saunny Winstead posted on 5/2/19

Sherri, Doug and family, we are very sorry to hear of Janie's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May peace be with each of you. Love, Brian and Saunny

 

 

Annette Fauver posted on 5/2/19

Jerry, you will be missed by many!❤️ Your family are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Linda Caley posted on 5/1/19

Some of my best memories were made with Sandy when we sang together in our trio, "Oui Three", and in numerous Follies' productions.She was my dear friend for forty-five years. I will miss her smile, her kindness and her sense of humor. We shared many laughs!

 

Niki posted on 5/1/19

It’s been 2 weeks since you’ve been gone, I miss you so much mommy.

 

Rick West posted on 5/1/19

Jerry you will be miss very deeply Uncle Rick

 

Heather Peyton posted on 4/30/19

Jerry, I'm happy you are in heaven now. You will be missed by so many on earth!! I enjoyed all the years that we worked together! All my love to you and your family!

 

 

Kelly Orndorff posted on 4/30/19

My deepest sympathy to the whole for family for your loss

 

 

Melissa DeHaven posted on 4/30/19

Our deepest sympathy to the entire family for your loss. May God bless you all. Lanny and Melissa DeHaven

 

 

Kathy McDonald posted on 4/30/19

So sorry for your loss.Jerry was a kind and gentle sole. May he rest in peace

 

Jodie kerns posted on 4/30/19

Janie was a kind loving person prayed for a lot of people she will be missed love you sister Janie RIP Heaven got another Angel

 

 

Kathy McDonald posted on 4/30/19

So sorry for your loss. Jerry was a kind and gentle sole. May he rest in peace.

 

Carol Gore Adams posted on 4/30/19

Dear Charlie My friend. You were such an example, how Mom and Dad loved you. You were such a kind and gentle soul, and your stories. How you gave a little girl your military jacket when you came to visit. Rest easy, we got this. Sit with the Colonels and Miss Evelyn and Miss Frances. Love you buddy.

 

 

Oletta posted on 4/30/19

My memories, is at church, she was always praying with someone, she was truly anointed by God!! She was a Daughter of the King!! You will be true missed.. until I see you again sister Janie!! Love you 😍

 

Sir Knight Charles Dirienzo and Lady Melody posted on 4/30/19

Melody and I would like to express our sincerest condolences for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers. Please let us know if there is anything we can do.

 

Jeff and Pam McClelland posted on 4/30/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with and for you and your family. .

 

Linwood donald posted on 4/30/19

When we were young Jr. and I shared a wonderful friendship We partied and partied and partied. It was the best of times. I feel a deep personal loss My heart is heavy.

 

Frances Luttrell posted on 4/30/19

Sherry, I am so sorry to read about Ronnie. Ronnie worked for John & I at our Gun Shop in Middletown for a long time. I am sorry I haven't kept in touch. John passed away 2009, he is surely missed. Ronnie was a fine man and he knew is "stuff" when it come to guns and ammo. Again, my thoughts are with the family.

 

AJ posted on 4/30/19

I am so sorry for your loss. No words can take away the pain of losing a loved one, but please know that God is with you during this difficult time… I hope it brings you some comfort knowing that your beloved Ronnie is in a deep sleep, in peace (1 Thessalonians 4:13,14). Please trust in God’s promise, that we will not be going through this forever; suffering, getting sick, growing old, and dying. There is a hope that God has promised us! Revelation 21:3,4

 

Holly Painter Davis posted on 4/28/19

I am sorry to hear this news.

 

 

Beverly Kerfoot posted on 4/27/19

A loving father-in-law! We will miss him!

 

Ann Onomous posted on 4/26/19

Rest easy Gracie.

 

Jessica Barnett-Worthy posted on 4/25/19

I knew this family my whole life. I went to school with mr. Moore's son Jacob and jacob and i have been childhood friends ever since! Im so sorry for the loss of such a wonderful man, Husband, father, pop pop and brother. May mr. Moore rest in peace!! The moore family i love u guys!!

 

 

Sabrina Zug posted on 4/25/19

I grew up spending time at Karen and Jerry's house. They were friends with my Mom. We spent many good time with them sitting around a bonfire , and playing with their children. Jerry was a beautiful soul and will never be forgotten.

 

 

Kirbi Ayala posted on 4/25/19

My mom was an amazing person. I will miss her forever. I love you mom!

 

 

Teresa mongold posted on 4/25/19

Prayers for the family

 

Robin Drummond posted on 4/25/19

I am so sorry to hear of Tina's passing. I just now found out (today the 24th) or I would have been at the funeral to pay my respects. I will always remember Tina's humor, loving kindness and smile. She loved her family very much and did all she could. She is not gone, she has only changed locations and is resting in Jesus' arms and visiting with family and friends that have gone home before. We will be reunited in heaven when the time is right. May God grant all of the family peace and comfort during this time.

 

Bonnie Morton posted on 4/24/19

Peggy was a lovely kind person... Being from Arkansas myself,I always felt a kinship with her.... We had lots of things in common.I loved visiting with her and talking to her...I will surely miss her....Sending all of you my deepest condolences..............

 

Kevin Roche posted on 4/24/19

We were all sorry to hear about Claire's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to our cousins/nieces/nephews and all your families at this very difficult time. - Ned, Roseanne, Kevin, Edward, Michael, Karen, John Roche

 

Bob & JD posted on 4/24/19

So sorry for your loss. A mother's love never leaves us; always in your heart. Bob & JD

 

Cheryl Conrad posted on 4/24/19

As others have said, Elizabeth had a quiet way, but she had a great sense of humor and was very wise. And did she know her Bible! She will be missed by those of us at Orchard Ridge who enjoyed her company.

 

SH posted on 4/24/19

 I am truly sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in God's promise found at Revelation 21:4, that soon,  "...He will wipe out every tear from our eyes and death will be no more..."

 

 

Vicki Boyce posted on 4/24/19

Rest in Peace aunt Elmie! You will always be loved!

 

ROSE MCDONALD posted on 4/24/19

Bobby Prayers of peace comfort headed your way. Much love Mark and Rose

 

 

Bruce Hoover posted on 4/23/19

RIP DAVE you were a fine man and gentleman

 

 

Melody S. Harmon posted on 4/23/19

A dear, sweet man! He will be missed!

 

Terry Wilt Cripe posted on 4/23/19

So sorry for your loss to all of you. . I grew up. With Babs, on same street. I haven't seen Tina for many years. I didn't know she was sick.

 

Phyllis Russell posted on 4/23/19

Very sorry for your loss Tim... I will keep you in my prayers

 

Barbara Yost Williams posted on 4/23/19

Please accept my Sincere Condolences. Dave will be missed by many.

 

 

Brenda Vance posted on 4/22/19

My condolences. Such a lovely lady. She will be missed

 

Juimmy Sprint, III posted on 4/22/19

Deepest Sympathy from Jimmy Sprint, III and family

 

Jimmy Sprint, III posted on 4/22/19

Deepest Sympathy from Jimmy Sprint, III

 

Richard Anderson Sr. posted on 4/22/19

Deepest sympathy and sincere condolences to the family. He will be truly missed.

 

Carl posted on 4/22/19

Janet my prayers are with you and your family words cannot was your pain but in times like this look to your faith and it will get you through. You are not alone you have many friends to lean on including me I love you and let me know if there is anything I can do to help.

 

Jason Largent posted on 4/22/19

Her smile was infectious, her laughter full, and her heart pure. I’m still in shock but I know wherever she is, she and Nanny are together, looking down upon us, and watching over us. Tina was the epitome of what we all should be in this world, kind, caring, and selfless. I miss my friend and neighbor. My prayers and thoughts are with the entire Kremer/Crabill family. Rest In Peace thou good and faithful servant.

 

Kim posted on 4/21/19

I’m so sorry for your recent loss. My deepest condolences to your family. Death of a loved one is never easy to endure, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Continue looking to God and you will always find comfort in him (2 Cor 1:3,4). He will soon destroy the enemy of death (1 Cor 15:26), and He will soon return our loved ones to us through the resurrection (John 5:28,29). Please visit JW.org and search “When Someone You Love Dies”, it helped me through some difficult times and I hope you can find comfort in it also.

 

Lillian Rapier posted on 4/21/19

I did not know you very well, but I do know you were a very sweet person. You will be missed by all. My condolences to the family.

 

Debbie D. Jones posted on 4/21/19

So sorry to hear about Peggy's passing. She was very kind and fun to be around and always made me feel welcomed. I will treasure our times together. My heart goes out to her family.

 

Gary dodson posted on 4/20/19

It was my treasure to have known brother Dave, so many things I learned from you. The many deer hunting / trout fishing trips we took, along with many Sunday dinners with the family. You were a true blessing in my life

 

Howard Brand posted on 4/20/19

My condolences to the entire family. I met Liz through my brother John. Liz was a wonderful lady. She was always smiling, kind and loving! Always made everyone feel “comfortable and right at home.” She had a great sense of humor and will be missed here on earth but will add one more smiling face in heaven!

 

Renny Manuel posted on 4/20/19

Rhonda was an extremely hard working and humorous woman. She will be missed dearly. Our deepest condolences to Tim and family.

 

 

Beckie (Brooks) Reynard posted on 4/20/19

My parents and I attended First United Methodist Church and had the pleasure growing up around Dave. My dad was a member of the Conservation Club and would often take me there to fish. I remember seeing Dave there and I would be so proud to show him the fish I was able to catch (which were small but seemed so big at the time to me). When I was 16, I purchased my first car from Dave when he worked at the Chrysler/Plymouth dealership on Valley Avenue. I was so excited and I think Dave was just as excited to be the one selling me my first car. And the auctions...I think my dad took me to auctions every weekend when I was little. Dave would always encourage dad to buy things, including the 1.00 boxes that nobody wanted...and dad would usually buy them : ) When my dad passed away a couple years ago, Dave was there for my family. He had a kind heart and gentle soul. He'll be forever missed.

 

Susan Hawthorne posted on 4/20/19

Tina was a beautiful soul, and oh, did she ever love her family! She always had a kind word to share and was so dear. My condolences to all who loved her.

 

Barb Shevokas posted on 4/20/19

Tina and I were close friends after high school. We lost touch for many years but had recently reconnected. We planned to meet for lunch, but unfortunately that never happened. I am thankful we at least talked on the phone after reconnecting. I am very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Winfred Elliott posted on 4/20/19

I remember Dave always as a friend of mine and my family. When Dave and I wasn't working my family favorite thing to do was to go an auction but my daughter had her pick of course you know how kids are. She loved watching Dave auction things off. If she couldn't be in found she made it surely every single thing was gone even if she didn't know what it was. It got to be a laugh when she got married she found out that Dave knew her husband. He told him the story of how much she liked auctions. And what is so lovely the 15 year's they were blessed with 2daughters they were spent at Dave's auction . You see Dave is also going to be with this man that left behind a family a very good friend because he was in pain let neither stuff no more

 

 

Connie Burke posted on 4/20/19

Tina dear I am feeling so sad . Carolyn my heart is heavy with pain for you and your family. How and why has this beautiful person leaving us so soon. My best memories was baby sitting your beautiful baby girl. She has and will always hold a special place in my ❤️ with my Deepest Sympathy to everyone. Such a loss .

 

 

Julie Combs Cain posted on 4/20/19

I remember you from high school. Rest in Peace Tina.

 

Bonnie (Isom)DeCerbo posted on 4/20/19

So very sorry for your loss, Tina seemed like a very special and beautiful lady. Only talked to her once and kept up with her on FB,but I know how much she loved her girls and grandkids. Your memories will remain with your always., God bless this family now and always.

 

Richard Sankovich posted on 4/20/19

Dave will be missed by myself and a lot of others. He was my mentor and friend sponsoring my membership into the Winchester Frederick Co. Conservation Club over 25 years ago. He was witty, yet charming and could strike up an interesting conversation with anyone. His straw hat was always close and came with a firm handshake and a how do you do! We all are better after having known and worked with Dave and thank him for his service to the Club. Rich Sankovich - Secretary - Winchester Frederick Co. Conservation Club

 

Sheila and Randy Brooks posted on 4/20/19

Sympathy to Dave’s family He was a good man

 

Lisa Seal Heironimus posted on 4/20/19

We met in 1989 and became instance friends. I regret the lunch date we planned did not happen. I know you are in a much better place now. Sending love and prayers to your family.

 

Sarah Coontz Price posted on 4/20/19

Sending prayers to Dave’s family. My mother and I enjoyed many auctions that Dave ran, and I feel blessed to have known him.

 

judy yancey posted on 4/20/19

No one understands why you left this world so soon, but I am sure God needed another beautiful angel to help others through bad times, and to take away your suffering. You will be remembered by so many, especially your Mother, your children and those dear grandchildren. You Grandmother, Grandfather and Uncle will be there to greet you. Love Always, Judy

 

 

Debbra Sandy posted on 4/20/19

I have known Tina since High School. Wonderful Friend . She was funny, caring and very loyal. I wish Miss you Sweet Friend. You will Always Be Remembered.

 

 

Dawn Dunbar posted on 4/20/19

Tina was a beautiful friend I was lucky enough to have known. She always had a smile for me and a big hug and was kind enough to inquire about my mother who has Alzheimer's. She will truly be missed, may she RIP.

 

Randy & Dorcas Sturgill posted on 4/20/19

Tina and her family have been neighbors for so many years. We watched each other's children grow up. We are blessed to call this family friends. We will miss her sweet smile and caring nature. Prayers for the entire family as you grieve the loss of your special person.

 

 

Demetria “Jaime” Pappas-Bryant posted on 4/20/19

My deepest condolences to the Family. Tina’s beautiful smile and precious heart touched so many. I will miss you greatly sweetie! Rest easy my sweet friend!

 

Gail Welch posted on 4/19/19

Rest in Peace Noel

 

 

Suzy Crosen Faircloth posted on 4/19/19

Tina was an amazing friend who was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside. I have many fond memories that I will forever cherish. You will be missed so very much! My prayers go out to Tina's family, as she loved her family more than life itself. God Bless, Suzy

 

Gina Sankey posted on 4/19/19

Carol spent one whole afternoon teaching me how to make sticky buns from scratch. They were yummy. I was honored to be her friend. Praying for your family, especially Christopher and Matthew.

 

Angie Rosier posted on 4/19/19

Hugs and prayers. Shirley (Mal) was terrific lady. She was always a pleasure to talk to. Angie Rosier

 

Chance & Zeta posted on 4/19/19

In your time of grief, Mike, just know we are here for you. God has taken Noel to Heaven no more pain or suffering for her.

 

Galen and Tracy Flick posted on 4/19/19

Rhonda you will be greatly missed. Your gentle voice we so enjoyed speaking too. Rest in Peace. Tim take care.

 

Martha Beavers Crane posted on 4/19/19

Cindy, I heard of Terry's passing from my brother, John Beavers. When I think of Terry, I think of his Christian faith. He loved the Lord and was such a kind person. May the Spirit of the Lord continue to comfort you during this difficult time. Please know you have been in my prayers.

 

Rhoda W Kriz posted on 4/18/19

The community of residents here at The Village at Orchard Ridge loved Elizabeth and will miss her very much. We have each lost a good friend. Elizabeth, in her quiet and unassuming manner, contributed to the quality of everything she participated in including exercise class, bible study, prayer groups, needlework. She knitted many hats for our Flying Fingers of Orchard Ridge project of 'Keeping Kids Warm' in the Frederick County and City of Winchester schools. Everyone chatters at our Flying Fingers needlework sessions, but when Elizabeth had something to say everyone stopped talking and listened intently because we knew that Elizabeth was going to tell us a wonderful story! We will miss those stories and we will always miss Elizabeth. She loved God, and God loved her and took her gently.

 

Robert & Birdie Cantrell posted on 4/18/19

Thoughts and Prayers to Timmy and the family.

 

 

Theresa Shea DiGuiseppe posted on 4/17/19

Aunt Claire~ I loved your laugh~ your commitment for what you believed and to those you loved, never swayed~ I admired your strength and your kindness when it REALLY matter most~ I love you Aunt Claire ~ Thanks God, for letting her be a part of my life~ tree

 

Michele Ralston posted on 4/17/19

I have so many happy memories spending summers with my Aunt Claire helping her take care of her babies. She was such an energetic, bright, loving person, and like her children I will always cherish her infectious, delightful laugh. Love to all the family, and to Claire, a toast to a better place, where I am sure there will be little resting!

 

Pastor Larry Weigle & Joyce posted on 4/17/19

Tim- We will continue to keep you in our prayers. The Reading Grace Brethren Church, Stoystown, PA

 

Beth Luby posted on 4/17/19

Dear Tim and Family, I am so sorry to hear the passing of Rhonda. I just wanted to let you know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Tim and Valerie Wachter posted on 4/17/19

You will be missed my sweet friend....RIP and our thoughts and prayers are with Timmy and your entire families

 

Pam Corbin and Ruby Conard posted on 4/17/19

This is a terrible loss.Rhonda was considered part of our store. She always had a smile for you and a kind word. She would never take from you ,but would be the first to give if you needed.She will always have a special place in our hearts.God be with her family during the difficult time.You all will be in our prayers.

 

Lora Kellison posted on 4/17/19

So sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Nancy Judd and family

 

CJ and Steve posted on 4/16/19

Dear family, We are so sorry for your loss. Remember the good memories and the good times together. Gain hope by continuing to read your Bible, where it states..."He(God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, ...no pain anymore....(Revelation 21:3-4), and at Acts 24:15 where it says”and I have hope toward God, …”that there is going to be a resurrection…” Continue to gain support from your friends, family and God.

 

Lynn W Dempsey posted on 4/16/19

My thoughts are with the family at this time. What a wonderful strong woman she was. She will be missed.

 

 

Mikaela Cruz posted on 4/15/19

Mr. Spears you were a amazing teacher to me in 7th grade even with your corny little dad jokes you were a good person and you had a amazing heart - R.I.P Jared Spears<3

 

Daniels Family posted on 4/13/19

As previous neighbors in Clearbrook for 10 years, we will always have good memories of George and his outdoor activities. We are all so saddened to have just learned of his passing. Our heartfelt condolences to his family and may the memories give you comfort. Rest in the Lord's peace George.

 

 

Daniel Mullan posted on 4/13/19

I’ve known George for 8 years. I was devastated to hear what happened. On April 13 is when I heard the news. I was so sad to hear that. He was a very kind, and Love able person. He’s the the nicest person you could meet. He let me fish in his pond and the day I heard about this I went home and cried for about an hourlong. Rest In Peace George, I will miss you being there with me while I’m fishing.

 

Daniel Mullan posted on 4/13/19

I’m 16 and I was friends with George. I’m sad that he passed away. He was nice, and caring. He let me fish in his pond as long it was catch and release. April 13 was when I found out that he passed away. I was devastated to hear this news. When ever I went home I started crying. He was the best person you could ever meet. Rest In Peace George.

 

Susan Braithwaite posted on 4/13/19

Dear Lorrie, I was so saddened to hear about your mom's passing. I remember hanging out at your house when we were in high school. Your mom was always so sweet and kind. I know you will miss her terribly. May your memories bring you comfort and peace. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Susan, Neil and Rachel Braithwaite

 

Nora Lipinski posted on 4/11/19

So sorry for your loss. She will be missed by the Lipinski family. Our love and prayers, Nora and Ed

 

 

Greg posted on 4/11/19

Alana will always be in my heart. I guess she guided me to this Light a Candle

 

Lidia Pope posted on 4/11/19

We are heartbroken over George's passing. It will be a very long time before we can smile. What a generous, kind, lovely man who so very much loved his family. God bless the Sempeles family during this painful time. We will be thinking of and praying for you Carol, and for your children. The loss is so great, but we must hold fast our faith. With love, Lidia and Gary Pope.

 

Mabel Wolford posted on 4/10/19

Sorry to here of the passing of Irma Jeanne.

 

Allen Wolford posted on 4/10/19

All of our thoughts & prayers are with the entire family, for my cousin. This was a real shock to us all.

 

Nikki posted on 4/10/19

I love you Regina. I miss you already. My heart felt sympathy to all her family . She will surely be missed. Until we see her again on that great day. Peace be with you. God keep your faith strong in the Lord, Jesus.

 

 

Nikki posted on 4/10/19

I love you. So many memories. Through good times and bad she was a safe haven. Smart, beautiful, fun loving, kind, helpful. She loved the Lord Jesus and it showed in everything she did. I miss you.

 

 

Nikki posted on 4/10/19

I love you Regina. You will be missed. We had so many memories; through the good times, and the bad, Regina , you were a safe haven, a great friend and a beautiful, loving, kind, smart and fun person. See you on that great day !

 

Betty Doman Oates posted on 4/10/19

Carol and family; I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. With love Aunt Betty

 

Brenda (Diego) Brown posted on 4/10/19

Dear Lorrie, Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. I remember when we were young and we could not pronounce the word "comfortable". Your mother took the time to teach us how to correctly pronounce that word by saying, "Come For The BULL". Your mother was such a polite women and she really emphasized the word BULL. We found that to be immensely funny and we laughed and laughed. Of course, we practiced saying the word all day long. To this day whenever I say that word I think of your mother and how she took the time to teach us the correct pronunciation. Cherish your memories always and she will forever remain with you. Brenda (Diego) Brown

 

Becky Mullenax posted on 4/10/19

So sorry to hear this.. I worked for Marion and Irma Jeanne for 18 years in Hampshire Distributors Office in Petersburg. I visited them at their home in Winchester back in Spring of 2017, neither had changed a bit. She showed me all the grandkids and how much they had grown, wasn’t hard to tell how much she loved them and her family...Bless her family and keep your memories close to heart and cherish them..

 

 

Gary d. Shifflett posted on 4/9/19

You are gone but not forgotten

 

Jo-Anne Wylie posted on 4/9/19

Dear Laurie and Family, Please accept my sincere condolences in the loss of your beloved mother. We sure had a wonderful trip to Mallow, Ireland when we attended the “Curtin Clan” gathering. Our mothers are now resting in peace together. May the blessing of grace be with her soul.

 

 

pamela posted on 4/9/19

I remember Uncle Bob he was a good man loved to cook I remember a Easter we spent with you all with grammomma. I will miss you love pam.

 

Terri Cheney posted on 4/9/19

Pam, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers. Peace and Grace.

 

 

Dale Wood Henry posted on 4/9/19

I remember Regina and her entire family from the first days we all started to school. She was always sweet and willing to help anyone anyway she could. She will certainly be missed. My sincere condolences to the family.

 

Debbie (Loar) Lupton posted on 4/9/19

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

 

Sandy and patty Dorsey posted on 4/8/19

Sorry for your loss we remember her very fondly

 

Jeanne Wells Milleson posted on 4/8/19

I’m so sorry to hear of Mrs. Pugh’s passing. I have such fond memories of her being our Girl Scout leader. She was a wonderful lady!

 

Peter & Evelyn Stassinakis posted on 4/8/19

With deep sorrow our nephew George will forever be in our prayers. May he Rest In Peace. Sending our condolences to our Sempeles family.

 

Jean John Billy & Peter Halkias posted on 4/8/19

With broken hearts we say goodbye to our cousin George. Our fondest memories of you will forever be eternal to your New York family. Our deepest sympathy Aunt Florine Carol Evania Lee & all our cousins

 

Nancy VanBramer-Lalley posted on 4/8/19

I WILL MISS YOU AS MY BEST GIRLFRIEND FOREVER REGINA♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡!!!

 

Debbie !iller posted on 4/8/19

Jenn, Mike and I just read of your mom's death. How saddened we are. We enjoyed getting to know her through the shop. You two were a great business team and your love for each other was evident. Keep smiling. The best parts of her will shine in you.

 

David S. Williams posted on 4/8/19

I knew George for quite a number of years, first through relic hunting and, more recently, competitive shooting in the N-SSA. I always enjoyed our conversations about relic hunting and shooting at the Greek Festival. He always had a smile on his face, and kind words to give. I will miss you in the field and at the range. Rest easy my friend.

 

Barbara Williams posted on 4/8/19

Please accept my sincere condolences on your tragic loss. He will be greatly missed.

 

 

Melissa posted on 4/7/19

Will miss you dearly!! We had such a great time when we were together!! It was my pleasure to be your caregiver!! Rest In Peace

 

Tom Gretes posted on 4/7/19

Our condolences from the Gretes families in Toronto

 

Dory and Danny Argiro, Stephens City posted on 4/7/19

Carol...Our sincere sympathy goes out to you and all of your great family at this sad time...George was a very kind and thoughtful man who will be truly missed by the many hearts he touched...we will keep all of the family in our prayers for many years...we prayed for him as he was mentioned this morning at Sacred Heart.

 

Steve and Lisa Rader posted on 4/7/19

Sending all of our thoughts and prayers to the family. We will always have fond memories of George. May you find peace in the love around you. God bless.

 

John & Margaret Jones posted on 4/7/19

Our deepest sympathy to John & family at Joyce's passing. She was very loving and will greatly missed by all.

 

Kenny and Bobbie Omps Harper posted on 4/7/19

George, Kenny and I sure will miss our chats and laughs at Chick-Fil-A. You will be sorely missed! We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. Rest in paradise my friend!

 

Steven and CJ posted on 4/7/19

Dear family, We are sorry for your loss. Continue to lean on your friends, family and God. Remember the good memories. Gain hope by reading the Bible, where it states..."He(God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, ...no pain anymore....(Revelation 21:3-4).

 

 

Josephine Buono posted on 4/7/19

You will never be forgotten 🙏

 

Josephine Buono posted on 4/7/19

Mrs Sample I want to extend to you and your kids my condolences I’m heart broken for what happened I’m Josephine from the ice cream shop George was an amazing person and he was very good to my kids and me he helped us in the business and I want to let u know if you or your kids ever need anything we are here for you!! I be praying for your family in this difficult time🙏

 

CJ and Steve posted on 4/7/19

We are sorry for your loss. Shirley Ann (Skinny/Mal) will be missed by many. We hope that the family can find comfort by remembering the good memories. We can obtain hope and consolation by reading in the Bible book of Isaiah 25:8 where it says “ He(God) will swallow up death forever…”. And we can gain strength at Revelation 21:4 where it says…”And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, …nor pain be anymore…” Continue to lean on friends, family and God.

 

Geneva J. Fletcher posted on 4/7/19

My condolence to The Sempels Family!

 

 

Geneva J. Fletcher posted on 4/7/19

My condolence to Sempels Family. Mike sorry to hear if the passing of your brother. Will continue to keep you and your Family in prayer as you go thru this difficult time. Much love and God comfort.

 

 

Gary Sokaitis posted on 4/7/19

You will be missed, RIP, George

 

Brent & Tina Woodall and family posted on 4/7/19

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Carol and the family. George was a wonderful friend and business associate. He was one of the finest God put on this planet. You will be sorely missed, Mr. Sempeles.

 

Eleni Jones posted on 4/6/19

I am so very sorry for this tragic accident and the loss of George. I wish I could say something to help ease your pain. I will just say George won’t be forgotten and my thoughts and prayers are with you to help you through this time.

 

 

Elizabeth Jenkins posted on 4/6/19

I remember so well at Manuel and Wife rest. We ate there every Friday night and George knew our order by heart. Just as soon as we walked in the dining room he would bring our RINdrinks and would ask us " the usual ?" He was always so friendly and nice. So very sorry for the loss of this dear man. RIP George.

 

Brian J Evans posted on 4/6/19

George was a wonderful person. He was a fabulous shooter because like everything he did, he worked hard at it. Joanne and I will miss him dearly.

 

Tom & Sharen Gromling posted on 4/6/19

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you.

 

Tom & Sharen Gromling posted on 4/6/19

We are so sorry for your families loss. Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you.

 

Barbara & Jay Grimm posted on 4/6/19

Our prayers and thoughts go out to the Sempeles family.So sorry for your loss.R.I.P.

 

Susan Blalock posted on 4/6/19

Jack and I are so sorry for your loss! Our thoughts are with all of you!

 

Crystal Martin posted on 4/6/19

I met Joyce years ago at her shop. She was always kind and helpful and taught me a lot. In fact, I now have a shop myself in part due to her guidance. Thank you - you will be missed.

 

Linda Carter posted on 4/6/19

I met Joyce through her sister and also at her shop. She was so sweet and a gracious business woman. She will be loved and missed by so many for a long, long time. Prayers for her family.

 

REGINALD HOELEN posted on 4/6/19

So sorry to hear about George and my condolences to Carol and the entire Sempeles family. He will be in my prayers

 

Ron Stump posted on 4/6/19

My deepest sympathies go out the Sempeles family. He will be greatly missed by the civil war relic hunting brotherhood. He was a mentor to many and always took the time to help out new folks with the hobby. I will miss our talks at NVRHA meetings and out in the fields at Digging in VA hunts. Rest easy George and continue to chase after those elusive relics in heaven!

 

Sarah Infante posted on 4/6/19

I am so sad and sorry to hear this. Joyce was a wonderful person. My parents are in FL right now or they would attend the services. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. I’m so sorry for your loss.

 

Steve and Ianthe Yeatras posted on 4/6/19

Our sincerest thoughts and prayers are extended to the Sempeles family. May God be with you.

 

Steve and Ianthe Yeatras posted on 4/6/19

We are so sorry to hear of this tragedy.George Manual was a good man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God be with you.

 

Doug Stokes posted on 4/6/19

My most sincere condolences regarding George's passing. I met George many years ago while seeking Civil War relics in Northern Virginia. I will miss his bright spirit. Doug Stokes, Franklin, TN

 

 

Sherry Riley posted on 4/6/19

Rest in peace

 

John and Jennifer Elliott posted on 4/6/19

Mike - Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

 

Dwayne Dillow posted on 4/6/19

Mike and Stephanie, So sorry to see the passing of your brother. Both of you and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers in the days to come. Blessings to you all.

 

Steve and Lisa Rader posted on 4/6/19

Steve and I send all of our prayers and love to all of you. We have wonderful memories of George. You are in our thoughts every day. May God give you some peace.

 

 

David, Tammy, DJ & Crystal McGaha posted on 4/5/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

 

Sandy Nesselrodte posted on 4/5/19

Mike, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

John & Michelle Brown posted on 4/5/19

Our heartfelt condolences for George's family. Praying for Comfort. Many fond memories. You will be truly missed Buddy. John Brown

 

 

Leanna Breezee posted on 4/5/19

Joyce always had a smile that made you smile.

 

Larry Steven James sr posted on 4/5/19

George you truly will be missed. I enjoyed talking to you when you came in to work. I always had a lot of respect for you. R.I.P my Friend Larry J.

 

Sharion Poston posted on 4/5/19

George was a hardworking man who will be missed tremendously!! My heart and prayers to the entire Sempeles family!!

 

 

The Light Family posted on 4/5/19

The Battlefield of emoitions in loss of a love one, friend...comes with tears of sorrow and deepest of sympathy. 60+years of a journey with family, friends, fellowship, farm, hobbies (metal detecting ), goats and a genuine love of history. Can’t help but think of the relics and beautiful pastures to lift spirits during this difficult time. Prayers and thoughts to all!

 

Melissa Emmons posted on 4/5/19

George, from all your friends at the Sunnyside branch, we will miss you immensely. Your big smile, your funny goat stories and keeping you stocked up on candy. Such a great guy and hard worker!! To the family, we hold you close during this time and pray for peace, comfort and wonderful memories. God bless!

 

Carroll & Rosalie Mauck posted on 4/5/19

We are deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. Our sincere condolences at this most difficult time....

 

Lloydine Morgan posted on 4/5/19

I am sorry for your loss. May the peace of family and friends surround you and comfort you!

 

John, Lori and Nicholas Bassler posted on 4/5/19

Our sincere condolences to the Sempeles family. We are sharing your sadness as you remember George. We pray that the outpouring of love and sympathy that surrounds you will bring you comfort. We are holding you close and praying for your family.

 

Lisa Cox posted on 4/5/19

May you Rest In God’s Peace and prayers going out to your wife and family. I will miss working with you with your real estate transactions. You were a hard worker and you will be missed by many.

 

Kristen Mullins posted on 4/5/19

I will miss stopping by and seeing you and talking with you about goats! I’m lucky to have know such a good, hard working man. My heart is heavy knowing that you’re gone. You will forever be missed!

 

BOB SIFORD posted on 4/5/19

Only knew George for a short while. Very nice individual to have as a friend. Will be very missed by alot of people. His life was cut way to short.God BLESS to his family. Rest in Peace friend...

 

kelly kanatus posted on 4/5/19

Another beautiful person goes to Heaven . Buddy isn't lonely anymore

 

Clem McNure posted on 4/5/19

My thoughts and prayers for the family. I met George thru DIV. We always seemed to find each other in the fields when detecting and had those catch up conversations about South Carolina and Virginia. Always had a smile on his face. He surely will be missed.

 

 

Donna posted on 4/5/19

He was a great man,my deapest sympathy to his family

 

David, Tammy, DJ & Crystal McGaha posted on 4/5/19

Cousin Joyce was a special person and will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Jeff Lupton posted on 4/5/19

Will miss you very much. Growing up with you was the best, helping you farm hay to our times metal detecting together will always remain close to my heart. You was the reason I got into metal detecting and will remember you every time I go detecting. I’m so glad I talked to you last week and will remember our last words together. Those relics in heaven will not hide from you brother. You will always remain close to my heart.

 

 

Tim Snider posted on 4/5/19

I will miss shooting with you and all your funny stories. Honored to call you my commander. RIP my friend.

 

 

Bert Hebb posted on 4/5/19

A Perfect friend of 40 years !

 

Gerry Sims posted on 4/4/19

I was a substitute teacher back in the day for George. He was a very nice person, and he remained a nice person. I cannot believe he's gone so soon!

 

Donna D Griffith posted on 4/4/19

I met Joyce through Kathy and she was so kind. Y'all are in my prayers.

 

Brenda Martin posted on 4/4/19

I was so saddened to hear of Joyce's passing. My thoughts & prayers are with you.

 

Stacy & Roy Mullins posted on 4/4/19

Gone to soon. May you rest in peace.

 

 

Dennis Andrick posted on 4/4/19

Will miss our talks and metal detecting with him.

 

Rose Gregg posted on 4/4/19

I am so sorry for your loss. She was a great lady. I always enjoyed talking with her.

 

 

Kate Conant posted on 4/4/19

May your memory be eternal!

 

 

Karen Miller posted on 4/4/19

So lovely, you will be missed.

 

 

Kristin and John moore posted on 4/3/19

She was a wonderful person. We met her a few times because we’re close friends with Jenn. We’re so sorry for your loss of an amazing person! 🙏🏼

 

Laura Hita-Dube posted on 4/3/19

My deepest condolences to the family. She will be missed dearly. Love you with all my heart and soul.

 

Linda Ward Jones posted on 4/3/19

I am so sorry and saddened to hear that Joyce passed away. Joyce and I went all through school together and have been long time friends. Her father's family was long time friends of my mother's family. John and family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Margaret and Frank Weller, Laura Livermore and Michael Livermore posted on 4/2/19

We are so sorry for your mom's passing. She was a beautiful, gracious lady. Danny always raved about visiting with her. Perhaps they are catching up in Heaven.

 

Tammy Broy Stickley posted on 4/2/19

Florence was my beloved Sunday School teacher/Vacation Bible School teacher at the Valley Ave Church of Christ in the 70's and 80's. She always had a smile on her face - ALWAYS. I thought the world of her and will miss her deeply. I know she is rejoicing in Heaven with Jesus. May she rest in peace. Sending thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

Barbara Wallace posted on 4/2/19

Kenny was a good friend to our family. He was a a faithful servant always looking for ways that he could minister to others while serving the Lord. Always looking for what more he could do. Now he is rejoicing in joining the family and many friends who have gone before him. He will certainly be missed and has left many good memories behind. Thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends.

 

Gina Harper, Theda Young, Ernestine Harper posted on 4/2/19

There were 4 generations of family members cared for by Dr. Savarese. The care, attention, love of his work and profession could not be duplicated, Dr.'s today are not the same, I have yet to be able to replace him with a quality Dr. We still talk with such admiration, love and devotion to our Dr. My first time in a emergency room he cared for me a appendectomy . When I woke up he was asleep at the foot of my bed. I asked "Am I dying?....He said, "Are we here together?... I said yes, "Well were ok, take a nap" See you when you wake up,..and yes, He was right there!.. loved still by all his patients missed by all Rest in Peace Dr. Angel given to us by God,..Melchoir Savarese! The absolute Best!!!

 

 

Audrey Speelman posted on 4/2/19

Never knew Kenny long, only through church and our bible study's on Tuesday, he was a christian and he is with our Lord that is so comforting to know.

 

Michael Janow posted on 4/2/19

Dear Ed & Debbie, May the Lord bless you with the grace to endure this tragedy. I am so sorry you had to become a part of this group no parent wants to belong to. May the Holy Spirit guide your child into the light of peace and eternal life.

 

Tom and Melanie Caperones posted on 4/1/19

We are so sorry to hear about Katie. She reached out to my husband when he was sick as she had gone through the same process. She offered a smile and encouragement each time we spoke to her. She spoke of her love for her family. You raised a warm, wonderful, and caring young woman. She will be truly missed.

 

Mary V. Dicks Gruver posted on 3/31/19

My sincere sympathy to all the family. "Hoppy" was a special lady! May your treasured memories of her remain with you always.

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 3/31/19

Sorry for your loss. Abex

 

Ann coverstone posted on 3/31/19

Ed and Debbie, sending my sincere condolences and prayers, may God guide you through this difficult time. Ann Coverstone (The UPS Store)

 

Kathy and Marty Monk posted on 3/30/19

Katie, you will be sadly missed. I knew you from Middletown Elementary and seen your smiling face at Costco. Your were always smiling and such a sweetheart. The last time we spoke to you, you were telling us about your new hair style and color. You will be sadly missed. Rest sweet Katie.

 

Diana McMahon posted on 3/30/19

I love you Aunt Hoppy

 

Bonnie Bowers posted on 3/30/19

So many memories! You will be missed! Granddaddy waited long enough. Go gently into the night dear lady!

 

Barbara Hoover posted on 3/30/19

Dear Timmy and family, so sorry to hear about your dad. For the years I was able to visit him and Aunt Annie it was always such a delight. Two of the sweetest people you could ever want to meet. They always reminded me of two true sweethearts. Now they are dancing in heaven together once again❤️

 

 

Karen L Boyce posted on 3/30/19

We love you and will miss you very much Granny. You will forever be in our hearts! Love always, BJ, Karen, Hailee and Tater Bug

 

 

Karen L Boyce posted on 3/30/19

We love you very much and will miss you Granny!!! Love Always, BJ, Karen, Hailee and Tater Bug

 

Helen Teets posted on 3/30/19

What a Fantastic lady

 

 

Tammy Brannon posted on 3/29/19

I am so sorry! You are in my thoughts and prayers! God be with you!

 

Michael Misiewicz (Mickey) posted on 3/29/19

Ronnie and Timmy we are so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your families at this very difficult time.

 

Dawn Fauver posted on 3/29/19

Now that it's over and we can breathe I can finally share some memories but, considering our parents can see this we will keep that between me and you. I never imagined you not being there. I'll never take family for granted again. RIP Cuz, your missed and loved more than you know!

 

Laquita Shipp posted on 3/29/19

He was a great wonderful man. Always smiling and always had a story to tell. You always wanted to be around him. I dont think he ever met a stranger. Prayers to everyone. Celebrate what a wonderful life he had. Heaven gained another angel.

 

The Dieter Family posted on 3/29/19

The Dieter Family is so sorry for your loss. May the memories of Jake and the love of the family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead.

 

Sherri Slick posted on 3/29/19

Sorry so to hear about Eric. He will be missed God called another Angel home!! I pray for comfort for the family!RIP Eric till we meet again

 

Winter Smith posted on 3/29/19

Kevin you are definitely going to be missed. Seems like yesterday we were walking down the hallway in school together. Your family especially your boys are in my prayers....

 

 

Ashley Kirby posted on 3/28/19

Just you always being so kind and being a great friend to all. You will be missed dearly. Prayers and hugs sent to your family and loved ones.

 

Leslie Richards posted on 3/28/19

I'm thinking about all of you guys. Kevin will truly be missed. ❤

 

David Carey posted on 3/28/19

uncle Kenny was a great Christian who, along witth Betty left a legacy of servanthood and appreciation for life, and love of family. May their legacy of knowing the Lord challenge us all to focus our lives on Christ Jesus. David Carey ( uncle Richards son)

 

Mimi Clark posted on 3/28/19

Gavin, You will be greatly missed. The shop will not be the same without you. Someday there will be another person doing your job, but your spirit, joy and heart can never be replaced here.

 

Garland Meadows posted on 3/28/19

My greatest memory of you was back when you were chasing me and Tommy around playing basketball and riding go-karts. You will be greatly missed. Prayer and condolences to your dear family.

 

 

Garland Meadows posted on 3/28/19

Prayers for the family. You are greatly missed.

 

 

JoAnne Long posted on 3/28/19

May your light shine forever.

 

John Rotz posted on 3/28/19

My heart felt feelings and condolences go to you, Debbie and Ed. Katie was a very special young lady and I still have the picture of her on my counter at the pharmacy when she was only a few years old.

 

Janet and Greg Trenum posted on 3/28/19

Timmy, Ronnie and family. So sorry for your loss. Your in our prayers.

 

Patricia Scheder posted on 3/28/19

Katie was a baby when we met you and we are so fond of you and your family. We are praying for your healing.

 

Patricia Scheder posted on 3/28/19

Dear Debbie and Eddie, Please accept our condolences for your loss. I am sorry I missed you at the funeral home. So many people! You and your family are loved!!

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 3/28/19

Sorry for your loss. JWHS '58

 

John and Linda Hitchcock posted on 3/28/19

Reva exchanged Christmas and other holiday cards for many years although we never had the joy of meeting her in person. She was our dear friend Donna Craig's beloved mother. What devotion, faith and friendship they shared with all who knew them. She will be missed.

 

Bonnie Stokes posted on 3/28/19

I had the honor to know Pat when I went to LFCC to study for my CNA certificate. She was the best professor and a very caring person. She will be missed by all that knew her. I send my love to the family and to wish you well.

 

Bonnie Stokes posted on 3/28/19

I worked with Marsha in dietary. She always treated me so nice. I wish her all the love God can give her. God Bless her

 

Jim & Linda Hoover posted on 3/28/19

Dear Family, Uncle Joe was one of the sweetest people I knew. When Jimmy and I got together, he was always speaking of Uncle Joe. When I finally got to meet him, I enjoyed listening to his adventures in the service. I met him at a time when his Annie was sick, and you could tell she was the love if his life! May the family find comfort in knowing he is now with his beloved Annie, and they are now both at peace together. 🙏🏼💕

 

Liz Borst posted on 3/28/19

The Borst Family is sending our deepest sympathies. We loved watching Jacob wrestle while he was at Sherando. He had the nicest smile and was so unassuming but on the mat, there wasn’t a wrestler he couldn’t take down. Rest In Peace Jacob, John, Liz, John, Ella and Anna Borst

 

Roger & Teresa Sherman posted on 3/27/19

Sadden to hear of the passing of Uncle Joe. Rest in Peace.

 

Mary Westfall posted on 3/27/19

So sorry ,I still see him as a little boy.He has been through so much, but he can text now.My prayers are with you,if you want a talk let me know

 

Stephanie Caccamo posted on 3/27/19

Katie was my son’s teacher when he was in the “waddlers” class at Braddock St. ELC. She was a kind and loving teacher and I will always remember her sweet smile. We still have the scarf she knit him for Christmas that year he was in her class. We will keep her family in our prayers.

 

Tim Donovan posted on 3/27/19

Ed and Debbie, so sorry for your loss. Tim and Jackie

 

Mindy & Daryl Waddell posted on 3/27/19

Dear Katie, I think that we are all still in shock that you are gone. You are going to be missed so much by your Costco family. You always greeted everyone with a warm inviting smile. Whenever I would have the kids shopping with me you always made it a point to talk to them and make them smile or laugh, even when they where being difficult. You will always hold a special place in our hearts. Rest In Peace sweet girl, heaven has gained another angel.

 

Katie Garrett (Clem) posted on 3/27/19

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I grew up with Katie in elementary, middle and high school. I will always remember her sweet smile. She could brighten up and room just by walking in. No matter what Katie was going through nothing seemed to bother her, she always kept smiling. Fly high you beautiful angel. Until we meet again.

 

John & Ann Copeland posted on 3/27/19

Katie was a bright light. Many times we have enjoyed visiting with her at Chick-fil-A; in spite of her medical challenges, she was always up beat. We also counted on Katie to help us with any questions that we had about the smart phones that she sold us - she had the answers! It was a pleasure to just say hi and pass a few words with Katie wherever we encountered her; she will be missed. May God bless Katie and her family.

 

Debra Fauble posted on 3/27/19

Bless your hearts...our thoughts and prayers are with you all...keep those memories going...I'm certain they will keep you moving...in God's grace..Debbie and Sam Fauble

 

Debbie Ravn posted on 3/27/19

Ed and Debbie, I didn’t know Katie for long, but it felt like I had known her forever. She was so easy to talk to and a real breath of fresh air. I never saw her that she didn’t have a smile on her face and she was a spunky youn lady. I am so thankful that I had the opportunity to get to know her. I am so sorry for your loss. You two are wonderful parents and great friends. If I can ever do anything for you, please call. Lots of love.. Debbie Ravn

 

Jennifer Morgan posted on 3/27/19

Fly high and sing with the Angels Sweet Katie. Your beautiful spirit is larger than life and will transcend time and space as you continue to surround the special people in your earthly life with undying love. I will miss your lovely smile and pleasant personality but will feel your presence every time I go to Costco. You have and will continue to touch so many lives with your eternal presence. May you rest in Peace...

 

Becky Peacemaker posted on 3/27/19

Truly sorry about Kevin. Becky Randy and Renee

 

Lauren Hawley posted on 3/27/19

Gavin, your humor always made me laugh and made the time a little easier. Thank you for that. You will be missed.

 

Jane Lambert posted on 3/27/19

It was my good fortune to get to know Pat during her time teaching the Nursing Assistant Program at LFCC. She was calming and supportive presence for her students and a consummate professional. Sympathy to Pat's family.

 

Mary Beth P. Echeverria posted on 3/27/19

Rob was such a kind and talented individual, and I am so glad that I had the opportunity to work with him. My thoughts are with his family.

 

Barbara Brannon posted on 3/27/19

My sincerest condolences! May God be with you and keep you in his care.

 

Vicky Mergenthal posted on 3/27/19

Dear Eddie and Debbie, David and I are keeping you and your family in our prayers. We are thinking of you all during this difficult time and sending our sympathy. Love, David and Vicky

 

Diane E. Lockhart - formerly Brumback posted on 3/27/19

Katie was surely an angel, and now she has her wings. Thoughts, prayers and love sent your way

 

Barbara Brannon posted on 3/27/19

Please accept my sincerest condolences.

 

Barbara Brannon posted on 3/27/19

Katie was a beautiful little girl and God has another angel with him.

 

Barbara Brannon posted on 3/27/19

Debbie, please know my prayers are with you and your family. May God be with you and watch over you always and bring you peace.

 

 

Spring Page posted on 3/27/19

I'm so sorry

 

Dan and Donna Jonas posted on 3/27/19

Gavin, we will always remember the special times you spent at our house with Brooke,. Rest easy and you will be missed but never forgotten.

 

Velma Horst posted on 3/27/19

I am so sorry Katie left us so young in life, yet I know she is in a better place with a new body and rejoicing in our Lord Jesus. I loved working with her at Braddock Street Daycare. She had a positive outlook and beautiful smile. She loved her grandma. So glad our lives had crossed. Praying for the family, Velma

 

Danielle Tibbs posted on 3/27/19

Prayers during this difficult time Mrs. Chapman and family. Love, Danielle, Kane Brill, and family

 

 

Lauren posted on 3/27/19

Gavin, your sense of humor always made me laugh. Thank you for that. You will be missed.

 

CJ posted on 3/27/19

Dear family, We are sorry for your loss. Please continue to get support from friends,family and God. Think of the good memories. Gain hope from reading the Bible, where it states..."He(God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more,...nor pain be anymore..."(Revelation 21:3-4).

 

 

Judy Hagan posted on 3/27/19

With deepest sympathy and prayers for the Stevens and Peer families.

 

SG and CJ posted on 3/27/19

Dear family, We are sorry for your loss. Continue to lean on your friends, family and God. Remember the good memories. Gain hope by reading the Bible, where it states..."He(God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, ...no pain anymore....(Revelation 21:3-4).

 

Love, Tamera & Randy Walker (Tammy Moody) posted on 3/27/19

Uncle Kenny & Family So sorry to hear of Aunt Judy passing. Very glad we were able to attend the family reunion at Cousin Deb house & got to visit with you all. May you find comfort in all your memories you hold.

 

Jason Parker posted on 3/27/19

It was a pleasure knowing Mr. Hess. He always asked about my kids and wife, and we had many wonderful conversations. I enjoyed the company of his wife and daughter from time to time. I am very saddened that I won't see him again, but he brought a lot of joy to me each and every time I cared for him. He was a wonderful gentleman and I am glad the last time I saw him, I got to laugh with him. Had I known it would be the last time I would see him, I would have hugged him dearly. I will think of him often. My condolences to his family.

 

Destiney Newlin posted on 3/26/19

My thoughts our with you Debbie and Ed. Her smile will be missed. Her laughter will not be forgotten! Her tears and pain will be no more. My love and prayers to all your family.

 

 

Coach Elmquist posted on 3/26/19

You were a pleasure to coach and I was proud to be your coach for three years!

 

Chelsea Rosier posted on 3/26/19

Hugs and prayers for the family. He was a good friend. He always had a joke to share. Chelsea Rosier

 

Angie Rosier posted on 3/26/19

Thoughts and prayers for the family

 

CJ and SG posted on 3/26/19

Dear all, Our hearts go out to you. Please think of the good memories. Carol did a wonderful service nursing and helping many people. The Bible gives us hope where it says of a time when there will be “no more pain no more death “ (Revelation 21:3-4). Continue to gain support from friends, family and God.

 

Angie Rosier posted on 3/26/19

Thoughts and prayers for the family.

 

 

Evonda Williamson posted on 3/26/19

Kevin you will be missed!!!!😢💔

 

 

Katie VanMeter posted on 3/26/19

Laura, I'm very sorry for your loss. I will pray for you and family in this time if mourning. -Katie (White) VanMeter

 

Greg & Jan McGee posted on 3/26/19

Ed, Debbie, Chad and Emily. We were so sorry to hear bout Katie's passing. Katie was an incredible young lady and will be missed by all. Greg & Jan

 

CJ posted on 3/26/19

Dear family, We are saddened for your loss. Please lean on friends and family, think of the good memories. The Bible gives us hope where it talks of a time when there is “no pain, no more death...” (Revelation 21:3-4).

 

 

Kristy & Evad Donohoe posted on 3/26/19

We take comfort in knowing that you and Mammy Joe are together again. RIP, Pappy Joe

 

Jane Troup posted on 3/26/19

Katie was such a great young lady to work with as an usher for the coronation. My daughter and I decided she could run the whole program single-handed. She also helped raise my grandchildren at their nursery school. She was wonderful with them: kind and patient, with a delightful sense of humor. Her smile lit the room. I am so sorry for your lose.

 

 

Judy Baxindine posted on 3/26/19

So sorry for loss

 

Suzette, Mark, Maddi and Tucker Neff posted on 3/26/19

Ed, Debbie, Chad and Emily, Our hearts go out to you and we are sending thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort to you all. Katie was such a strong young woman with such a kind heart. She will live on in the memories of many and certainly in the memories of the Neff family. Much love and God bless. Suzette, Mark, Maddi and Tucker

 

Betty Anderson posted on 3/26/19

Ed, Debbie and family, Brad and I were so sorry to hear of Katie's passing. Keeping the family in our prayers.

 

Don and Janni Kohne posted on 3/26/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this unimageable loss:( Heaven gained an angel:) Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you through this sad time. Hang in there, love, The Kohnes

 

Donna Bush posted on 3/26/19

Mary, Zach, Bailey & Charlie, All are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Rob was a first class gentleman in many ways. I will always remember his smiling face. I'm so sorry that Jay, Ashleigh, Amanda, James and I can't be there with you. Many hugs! ❤️

 

Tina Smith posted on 3/26/19

Missy I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God provide you with strength and peace at this very difficult time.

 

 

Dale Sutler posted on 3/26/19

Miss you man

 

Shirley Foster posted on 3/26/19

Will always remember her running around BSUMC and that beautiful smile of hers.

 

 

Judy Bulman posted on 3/26/19

May the memory of you always bring comfort and peace. ❤

 

Bev Rosato posted on 3/26/19

Ed and Debbie: I offer my sincere condolences. Your family are in my thoughts.

 

Lee and Sherri Chapman posted on 3/26/19

Ed, Debbie, Emily, Chad and family, our hearts are aching with you. Katie was such a special part of your family and touched lives in so many ways. We will lift you daily in prayer in the days, weeks, months, and years to come. May God wrap His loving arms around each one of you. We love you all!

 

Pam Hawkins posted on 3/26/19

Debbie , Ed , and family. Our hearts fo out to you with the loss of Katie.we have very fond memories of Katie and Samara playing together and prom night together at our house..My you find comfort and peace at this most difficult time.The Hawlins family

 

Deb White posted on 3/26/19

So very sorry for your loss. Kevin was always a very polite and sweet young man. Can remember him all through Jennifer's high school years and after. My heart breaks for the Fauver family. Thoughts and prayers.

 

Lisa Royston posted on 3/26/19

Kevin you will be sorely missed and never forgotten❤ Love The Roystons

 

Marshall Timm posted on 3/26/19

Very sad news, Syd was one of the best men I’ve ever known and it was an honor to serve with him in the 167th!

 

 

Lisa Royston posted on 3/26/19

We have known Kevin since he was a little guy,very compassionate loved life and his 2 little boys,Kevin you will be sorely missed and never forgotten, Love Larry&Lisa Royston

 

Beth Luby posted on 3/26/19

Dear Debbie and Ed, I am so sorry to her the passing of Katie. My God hold you close during this difficult time. Cherish your memories and pictures because they will be the things that will help you get through good days and bad days. Katie is now your Angel watching over you and wants you to know she will always be with you and she is in a great place. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Carla Milton posted on 3/26/19

Laura and Mike I am so sorry to hear about Jacob. I am thinking of both of you.

 

Jack & Sabrina Fauver posted on 3/26/19

Not really anything we can say. Just wanted you and your family to know we are thinking of you. Keeping you in our PRAYERS. MAY GOD LAY HIS HEALING HAND ON YOUR HEARTS

 

Phyllis Russell posted on 3/26/19

Annette, I am so very sorry for your loss... I will keep you and all your family ( especially the boys) in my prayers...

 

 

Hunter Lee Thompson posted on 3/26/19

Kevin, I love you so much. I will never forgot your smiles and your funny personality. Fly High and keep watch over your family. We all love you

 

 

Lauri marshall posted on 3/26/19

My heart is broken for you Annette. I send deep love and regards to you and your family

 

Roxana Apple posted on 3/26/19

Praying for you and your family. My heart aches for you!

 

 

Melanie Alvarado posted on 3/26/19

Kevin was one of my best friends in elementary. What I remember most is riding on the bus home from school and kevin always having something funny to say. His laugh was like no other I can still hear it in my head. We use to sit on the phone for hours in 5th grade. I never imagined him leaving this world in this way. He always seemed so strong. I always admired his strength. As we’ve grown apart over the years Facebook kept us in touch and I will miss out debates over politics. RIP and may God allow you to watch over your babies and girlfriend.

 

 

Mindie posted on 3/26/19

With Heartfelt Condolences... God Bless

 

Santa and Matthew Karen posted on 3/26/19

Just wanted to extend our condolences to you and Billy and the boys. I know you will hold those babies close and I pray that you will always feel the presence of your son through them. We are so very sorry

 

Brad / Wanda posted on 3/26/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

Kathy Harris posted on 3/26/19

Kevin, words can't describe how I feel. You were my first nephew and was so full of life. I will miss you dearly and that cocky smile of yours. Most of all will miss that smiling face and the talks we would have. I will do my best to help make sure that your boys will grow up knowing how much you loved them and never forget you. Keep watch over us, with Jeanette and we will see you again. I love you!!

 

Jen Kohler posted on 3/26/19

All you have ever done is live for your children and grandsons, I know you will keep his memory alive for them and I am so sorry you have to go through this. Praying for all of you.

 

Cherlynn Porter posted on 3/26/19

Dear Katie, I'm really going to miss you, your laugh, your wit and just your presence. You are loved by so many. Costco won't be the same without you. I know how much your family meant to you, we have talked about that many times.. I hope they all can find some peace knowing you are with Jesus and that someday you will all be together again. ❤🙏

 

 

Annette Fauver posted on 3/26/19

The day my precious son was born will be forever in my heart and my mind. Kevin I love you beyond words and this has completely broken us all. You are my firstborn, my baby, my world. I will never let your precious boys forget you. ❤️

 

Elaine Conway posted on 3/26/19

Ed, Debbie, and family, we were so sorry to hear of Katie’s passing. It was a pleasure to chat with her at Costco. Such a sweet, friendly soul. May God comfort you through this and bring you joy with all the memories you will always have.

 

Betty Anderson posted on 3/25/19

Ed, Debbie and family, Brad and I were so sorry to hear of Katie’s passing. Keeping all of you in our prayers.

 

Emily Pitotti Ryan posted on 3/25/19

Katie will always hold a special place in my and my family’s heart. She was one of the first caregivers that helped shape my sons early development at Braddock Street daycare. She was always bubbly and kind and I trusted that my son was in good hands with her. We enjoyed keeping touch in our trips to Costco and she loved watching my kids grow. She was a beautiful soul and will be dearly missed.

 

Brittney Greene Dodson posted on 3/25/19

My deepest sympathies go out to the Chapman family. Katie was a very smart and sweet woman. I grew up with Katie through middle and high school and still remember how she brightened up a room with her whitty ways. We sat beside each other in freshman science and were yearbook editor’s in middle school. Fly high sweet angel, you will never be forgotten.

 

Alison Dow posted on 3/25/19

My deepest condolences go out to Katie’s family and loved ones. She had such a sunny disposition that you couldn’t help smiling after a conversation with her. Katie was a lovely soul and we were blessed to know her.

 

Bob Jones posted on 3/25/19

Rest in peace, Rob. For Zach and Mary, please know that many of our lives were better for having known him.

 

 

Trudy Fletcher posted on 3/25/19

She will always be the bright star on a dark night.

 

Michael& Mary Zabrucky posted on 3/25/19

Mary and I are very sorry to hear about the Passing of Dale, we knew Dale and Helen His wife for many years and we considered them our very dearest friends and sorry that we could not be there for Dales's viewing. He will always be in our thoughts and Prayers. God is having a great addition to His family in Heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dale's Family.

 

Stephanie Betschart posted on 3/25/19

Memories are special and I have many with you Katie. Your friendship made such a huge impact on my life during my early years out of high school and I'm not sure what it would have been like without you. You were always strong and a positive impact on me. You will never be forgotten sweet girl, your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Barbara Small posted on 3/25/19

Bucky was forever a dear friend, a kind and gentle man. We have wonderful memories of many happy occasions shared with him and his family. Our deepest sympathy to Betty and the family. Barbara and Ed

 

Stephanie Betschart posted on 3/25/19

Memories are everything and I have so many great ones with Katie. She was such a big influence in my early years after high school and I'm not sure what I would have done without a friend like her in my life. Life has gotten busy since then and we went our separate ways but I will never forget your beautiful smiling face and positive look on life. You were always so strong and will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers for your family through this difficult time.

 

Brenda Barton posted on 3/25/19

Thoughts and prayers for all the family, she was a lovely young lady. So sorry for your loss.

 

Betty and Brad Anderson posted on 3/25/19

Ed, Debbie and family, we were saddened to hear of Katie’s passing. You and your family will be in our prayers during this difficult time.

 

Beth Huddleston posted on 3/25/19

Knowing Katie brought so much joy! I always loved a good chat with her and felt uplifted by her incredible spirit and knowledge about life. I am so grateful for the ways she touched so many lives in my family. I am sending prayers to each of you in her family. I know her amazing love will be with you as you navigate the journey ahead.

 

Allysa Bono posted on 3/25/19

Katie even though we grew apart as our lives went on, we shared some great memories. Like celebrating our birthdays together and you being at my graduation. We also saw Brad Paisley together. You will be missed by many. Prayers for your family.

 

 

Patsy Stiltner posted on 3/25/19

So very Sorry for your loss..Katie will be Missed by All who knew her

 

 

Jeanette Fratello posted on 3/25/19

Our heartfelt condolences for you all, Chapman Family. Katie's legacy lives on in our hearts and memories - love and hugs - The FratTeam

 

Deyanira Hamilton posted on 3/25/19

The staff of BSUMC wishes to extend our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Katie Chapman. We grieve with you over the loss of Katie. May the Lord bless you and keep you near to Him during these difficult days and the ones ahead. May He bless you with a peace that passes all human understanding. May He heal your hurting hearts. With love and deep sorrow. Braddock Street United Methodist Church

 

Tom and Fran Ring posted on 3/25/19

Sending lots of love and prayers to all the Chapman family! Katie's life touched SO many lives and we know she loved Jesus! Blessings to you during this very difficult time! Tom and Fran (Unger) Ring

 

Sherri Chapman posted on 3/25/19

Ed, Debbie, Emily, Chad and family, We love you and will pray for you in the days, weeks, months, and years to come. Katie will be forever etched in many hearts and souls forever. 💕 Lee and Sherri

 

Debby Copley posted on 3/25/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you Ed, Debbie, Emily and Chad.

 

Garland Peck posted on 3/25/19

As roommates at Tech, Rob used to drive me crazy playing over and over his "Chicao Transit Authority" 8 track tape. I can still hear it, and hear him. Rest in peace, Rob, and Mary, thoughts and prayers with you and the family. Take care.

 

Tina Brill posted on 3/25/19

You are greatly missed by everyone.

 

Tina Brill posted on 3/25/19

You are missed so much.

 

 

Jodi Barberio Wright posted on 3/24/19

You had that way of being bold without saying a word. You were such an inspiration to me. We turned some heads in those white dresses ;-) I miss you.

 

 

Brenda Blackford posted on 3/24/19

Sweet Marsha soar high on angel wings. Your journey is over. Rest in peace.

 

Doris wood posted on 3/24/19

Pat was a very professional and caring person. She was the Director of Nurses at Warren Memorial Hospital when mom and I worked there. She will be greatly missed and I am so very sorry for your loss.

 

Christy posted on 3/24/19

Eric was barely out of diapers when we moved a few doors down from him, his dad and brother Joey. He literally is my son Matt's oldest friend. Eric was quite and kind and quite a unique individual. It's a sad day in the neighborhood. Love and prayers of strength to his family.

 

Chris Helms posted on 3/24/19

You were my boy. All of us at Amazon will miss you dearly. Rest in Peace my friend

 

Dawn Cochran posted on 3/23/19

Hello Cindy, I am so sorry to hear the news about Terry. I will always remember him at Loudoun Valley H.S. I am thankful for your friendship and the wonderful group of friends that we had during our high school years. I was so pleased to read of your Church family and know that you have a strong support with them as well as with your family. May the Lord continue to supply His peace, comfort and strength to you in the days ahead. May you know that many of us are praying for you and that you are dearly loved. With much love to you, Buzzy (Dawn H. Cochran) "He will shield you with his wings! They will shelter you. His faithful promises are your armor." -Psalm 91:4

 

Debbie Knotts posted on 3/23/19

Mary and Zach you are in our thoughts and prayers. Rob was such a fun great person! He will be missed by everyone. God Bless you all!

 

Kristin Zuckerman Biauce posted on 3/23/19

I knew Rob since kindergarten, we were buddies and we then dated until I told him that Mary wanted to date him. That took care of that! But I always loved him and he will be missed. He had a bubbly laugh and he loved teaching and golf and his family. Happy putting in heaven Rob.

 

Jane Troup posted on 3/23/19

Mary and Zach, so, so sorry. You were both blessed with a great man, as a husband and father. Those memories will keep Rob with you forever.

 

Becky pomfret posted on 3/23/19

I can still see Rob sitting on the beach at Hawks Nest or stopping in town for the drink of the day. Those years were so special! I am sure John Pomfret has welcomed Rob with open arms! 😢

 

Mike and Cheryll Kessler posted on 3/23/19

Mary, Zach and family, Mike and I extend our deepest sympathy in the loss of Rob. You are in our prayers.

 

 

Heather Craddock posted on 3/23/19

A wonderful man to work with at Sherando High School.

 

Josh Grim posted on 3/23/19

My Condolences, Coach Wright was an amazing person and won’t be forgotten

 

Tanya Kendrick posted on 3/23/19

May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. Love, Tanya

 

 

Debbie Helmick posted on 3/22/19

Eric you will be missed.

 

 

Charlene Carr posted on 3/22/19

In memory of my very special Uncle Bucky (as he was always known to me).

 

Sharon Clasen posted on 3/22/19

Zach & Mary, Sending hugs and prayers from MN to you. I will think about him, as I think about all the Wrights, each time I watch a Hokie game! Much love, Sharon (Allemong) Clasen

 

Nancy Felicio posted on 3/22/19

Mr. Kiraly was my first boss. I learned a lot from his valuable business ethics and strong faith. He will be missed. My Sympathy to the family. Nancy Felicio

 

Pam Bell posted on 3/22/19

Mary and Zach, So sorry to learn of Rob’s passing. May he Rest In Peace. And peace be with your family.

 

Lori Pendleton posted on 3/22/19

Charlie was a true gentleman! He always had a smile for you! He will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathies to Betty and all of his family. May you feel the peace of the Holy Spirit surrounding you.

 

Ginny Kalbach posted on 3/22/19

I remember Fay from golfing at the Winchester Country Club..and what a great golfer she was! Her ball went straight and far. With sadness, I send her family my condolences.

 

Thomas Maphis posted on 3/22/19

I had the honor of knowing Pat and so glad I did.... She was a very caring person and a good friend...RIP Pat

 

 

Michele Lucas posted on 3/22/19

Rest In Peace my dear neighbor. May you find eternal happiness with Debbie.

 

Diana Stotler posted on 3/22/19

May God be with you. Sorry for your loss...prayers

 

Christina L. Whitmer posted on 3/21/19

You will be so very missed, Teddy. The German Club will not be the same without you... I pray that you are at peace, with Debbie once again, and that your heart and mind can once again rest...

 

Sherrie Orvis posted on 3/21/19

I will always remember Pat. She was a wise and caring nurse and a very encouraging colleague and friend.

 

Stephen D Brim posted on 3/21/19

I am sorry for your loss. When farming, I always enjoyed coming to Doyle's Equipment to converse with him. He was always helpful with my equipment.

 

Michelle Davis posted on 3/21/19

May you find peace and precious memories during this difficult time . Lots of prayers and love to the family.

 

Pam Grandstaff posted on 3/21/19

Donnie - I was so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. May your precious memories bring you peace and comfort at this difficult. With deepest sympathy, Don and Pam Grandstaff

 

Sherleen Smoke Hall posted on 3/21/19

Sending my deepest sympathy to family and friends. Praying God comforts you.

 

Alice Baker RN posted on 3/21/19

Deepest sympathy to the family of such a wonderful person and nurse. She will be remembered and missed by her fellow VA nurses.

 

Betty Phillips posted on 3/21/19

Cindy, I was so sorry to hear about Terry. He was a good person. I remember our good times at Calvary Baptist especially the Canata that he was in. I am so thankful for the privilege that I had of teaching Derek in Sunday School. He was such a sweet boy. Now he and his Dad are together again.

 

Caren Werlinger posted on 3/21/19

We here at the Stephens City VA Outpatient Clinic miss Pat's constant smile, her gentleness and kindness. We extend our sympathy to her family and other friends.

 

Jenifer posted on 3/21/19

I wish to express my deepest condolences over your loss. I know how painful it was for me when my parents died, but the promises contained in the Bible gave me hope and comfort. 1 Corinthains 15:26 tells us that God hates death; he views it as an enemy. He has "a yearning" to conquer that enemy, to undo death by means of the resurrection. He longs to bring back those who are in his memory and to see them live on earth again . Job 14:14,15

 

Glenn and Velma Horst posted on 3/21/19

We are so sorry for the death of your mother, Donald and Jennifer. We ask God to surround you with His love, Velma and Glenn Horst neighbors

 

 

Roxanne V Grim posted on 3/21/19

You were so loved by many. You made me laugh. We hung out we had so much fun. But that red hair though. I just cant believe ur gone. But we will be reunited again soon. RIP my friend

 

Cindy Eaton Neff posted on 3/21/19

So sorry to hear about your mother's passing. She will surely be missed by you. You will meet again.

 

Sue Beth Ammons posted on 3/21/19

I did not know Mr. John but I've know his wonderful daughter Susan for many years. He was definitely an amazing person with an awesome life. What many would give to leave a legacy like he did. My thoughts and prayers are with Susan, her Mom and her family.

 

Tammy posted on 3/21/19

RIP. Eric so so sad 😭 a good person gone way to soon we will miss you

 

Desirea Sanders posted on 3/21/19

Myself and my husband worked with Eric at Amazon and were lucky enough to call him a friend. I think I speak for both of us, as well as the rest of his coworkers, when I say he will be greatly missed. Our deepest condolences are with his family.

 

Lisa Critzman posted on 3/21/19

I am so sorry for your lost. He was a great co worker and friend. Always had a good word for everyone.

 

 

Lisa Critzman posted on 3/21/19

I worked with him at Amazon, he was a great guy,hard worker. Greatly missed already. Sorry for your lost.

 

Debby Copley posted on 3/21/19

My thoughts and prayers our with you and your families

 

 

Rita and Howard Carroll posted on 3/21/19

We were sad to hear of LOLA'S passing.As we knew her she was a BEAUTIFUL AND LOVING LADY.Remember going to the VFW DANCE HALL while listening to the band with her family. Our thoughts and prayers are with CLIFTON and the whole entire family. May GOD BLESS ALL IN THIS TIME OF SORROW.- Rita and Howard Carroll

 

 

Daniel Brown posted on 3/21/19

Amazon will miss you.

 

Keith Lacey posted on 3/20/19

My deepest condolences for your loss. I enjoyed talking with her when she visited.

 

Jan Tusing posted on 3/20/19

I had the pleasure of working with Mary Jane at Bass Hoover Elementary School. She was an excellent teacher and will be missed.

 

Mollie Ragens posted on 3/20/19

Ted you will me missed. I knew you loved your wife and family so very much. Will miss seeing you come in the barbershop. I also pray you found the peace your heart so desperately needed... and eternal life with our Lord Jesus . Love you Mollie

 

Terry Cox posted on 3/20/19

I knew "Grandma Clark" because of the friendship that I've had with one of her granddaughters for over 25 years. In that time, I learned what unconditional love looks like when it's practiced. She has left a legacy that will continue through her daughter, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. I hope her life, well-lived, will serve as a blueprint for everyone who knew her.

 

 

Amy StClair posted on 3/20/19

He was an amazing Granddad who will be missed more than words can say! I love you. I always will! ❤💔❤

 

Jim and Brandi Davis posted on 3/20/19

I am sorry for your loss. He was our next door neighbor and was so kind and our children absolutely adored him. He will be greatly missed!

 

Patsy Davis posted on 3/20/19

I am so sorry to hear the lost of Faye. My Prayers and blessing are with you all, especially the children and Hattie Lou. Love you.

 

Janet Hagen posted on 3/19/19

Aunt Pearl (my mom’s sister) was a very special person during my growing up years. She was very involved in my life and that of my two sisters. She made our clothes and cut our hair. She always took us to the Apple Blossom Parades, to Elvis movies, and to Church, while our mother worked. We looked forward to those big events!

 

Debbie Richard Fauble posted on 3/19/19

I will always remember Mary Jane as a member of the Va State Horticulture Society and how helpful on all the committee's...bless her heart and all the family

 

Donna Crossman posted on 3/19/19

Fay was my neighbor for 13 years on Stony Pointe Way, Strasburg, VA. She always had stories to tell of family, husband (Dan), living overseas and goings on in the area/neighborhood. Fay was a strong personality, curious and assertive with a sentimental good heart. A proper lady with etiquette and uptown fashion sense. Although only across the street from each other we became card pals because we enjoyed giving and receiving these little gifts in the mail. She signed "Fay across the Way". I will miss her stories and questions but keep her cards as little gifts. I know she is in God's hands now. My prayers are with Fay and her family.

 

Joe and Judy Greathouse posted on 3/19/19

Dale was a good friend and brother in Christ. Sorry we are out of state at this time. Our prayers are with the family.

 

Ingrid Wilson posted on 3/19/19

My sincerest thoughts to Chris and family. Your dad was so kind. I know he will be missed but not forgotten.

 

 

Ingrid Wilson posted on 3/19/19

He was a very kind man who loved his family.

 

 

Curtis Arthur Strack posted on 3/18/19

I met and almost instantly became friends with Reva. Daughter Donna and I were acquainted through Donna’s best friend Jim and because I frequently visited and drove Jim to see Donna, well it’s clear that it wasn’t many weeks later that I drove Donna home to see her Moo (Reva) and Cliff, at the time. Ten or more years passed before Clifford became very sick and sadly, left his Dear wife, Reva and daughter, Donna. I listened to Reva recall memories about Cliff and she thanked God every day for Donna. I only met Reva after she was 65, it was.my luck and happiness to have her in my life in the time I did. Rest In Peace Reva.

 

Patricia Painter posted on 3/18/19

Mary Jane was a true friend. I'll always remember the good times we shared at Bass Hoover. She will be missed.

 

Deborah Furrow posted on 3/18/19

So sorry to hear about Mary Jane! she was such a wonderful, caring and giving lady! She truly was a one of a kind teacher!

 

Bob & Anne Sweeney posted on 3/18/19

I remember John from my time in Winchester in the late 70’s and early 80’s. As I recall John ran a large local department store and Dolores, his wife, was an assistant to my father at Big A auto parts. John and Dolores were close friends with my folks. My deepest condolences to the Kiraly family at the loss or their patriarch.

 

 

Linda Connelly and patrick connelly posted on 3/18/19

So sorry

 

Natascha Purtlebaugh (Daughter) posted on 3/18/19

Dad you will be missed! I only hope that you are with mom happy and free of pain. I will always remember the good times we had and the laughs we shared.

 

Rex Felton posted on 3/17/19

I have known Bob since he was the tour organizer for other Civil War institutes such as I believe it was named The Virginia Country Day Society. I went to numerous Sarasota Civil War Symposiums as long as I had accounting clients in Florida and could justify the travel away from my CPA firm in Ohio while my staff did year end closings on my Ohio clientele. My many memorable tours and symposium include the Sarasota Civil War Symposiums, Stonewall Jackson's 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign in Chronological Order, Folling In the Footsteps of General Meade from Gettysburg, Following Charlie Roland WWII from England to the Ramada Bridge, the Invasion of Normandy, and many, many more. We both were avid Ohio State Sports Fans, Bob in football and I in basketball. We definitely had a great relationship and I truly am sorry that I just learned of his passing. I have been suffering poor health for now my sixth year and my travels have been dictated by dialysis three times a week. I had a long talk with Bob each month for the last six months of his life because of my inability to function but things have become better healwise. Sorry that I missed his celebration of life in December.

 

Wednesday posted on 3/17/19

She was a beautiful lady. I'm so so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Judy Printz posted on 3/17/19

My sympathy to Fay Sue's family. I know she will be missed. We were classmates at Springfield Elementary and Luray High School.

 

Tom Berrey posted on 3/16/19

Faye Menefee was known as "Faye Sue" Menefee in high school. She was the 13th of 13 children and had a wonderful attitude. She knew how to share and to never take things too seriously. A wonderful person who will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

 

Brad / Wanda Hoover Stephenson posted on 3/16/19

PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

Connie Carroll posted on 3/16/19

My memory of Ted is working with him for many years at VDO. Ted was always a routine kind of guy. When we travel to Montvale NJ his routine was always the same getting there and coming back. He always took the same route and always the same resturants, I remember he always put ketchup on his eggs sunny side up. I always had to look away. Ted never slowed down. He had a lead foot when driving. I was always white knuckled by holding on to the door strap. I guess it was his nature to drive fast from driving in Germany. I could go and on because I have so many memories. Rest in peace TED and slow down! Will miss you.

 

Jane Moskavich posted on 3/16/19

My heart is broken, but heaven is rocking with laughter for Mary Jane knew how to lighten the moment with her sense of humor. Missing you!

 

Jane Moskavich posted on 3/16/19

My heart is broken, but I know heaven is rocking with laughter for Mary Jane knew how to lighten the moment with her humor. Bless you!

 

Elbert L Williams posted on 3/16/19

I remember "Sue Fay" as a nice fun loving class mate thru High School and beyond. Rest easy dear classmate!

 

Bernie Hylton posted on 3/16/19

May you rest in peace, Fay. My memories of you date to the first day of first grade in September 1948

 

Sheila and Randy Brooks posted on 3/15/19

So sorry for your loss Mr Kiraly was such a nice man and neighbor

 

Sheila and Randy Brooks posted on 3/15/19

So sorry for your loss Such a nice man and neighbor

 

Mike Lushbaugh posted on 3/15/19

What an amazing man Doyle was. Doyle and his family have not only been customers of ours here at L&L Hydraulics, but hey have been good friends to me since 1987! Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family as well as their amazing employees that have been with THE FAMILY for years. My conversations with Doyle over the years about just about anything,especially guns, will be the memories i will carry with me for a long time! RIP Doyle. You certainly made your mark!

 

Pam Bell posted on 3/15/19

My dad, John Bell, so enjoyed talking with John at the store and after Mass. May they both, through the mercy of God, test in peace.

 

Ismet Nuri posted on 3/15/19

Sorry for your loss. Abex

 

Terry and Marie Montgomery posted on 3/15/19

Dear Debbie and J.R., we are so sad to hear that your Dad passed away. We are thinking of all of you and sending our sincere sympathy.

 

 

Juanita Boyd posted on 3/14/19

Demarchi and family l am so very sorry this happened to one of our brothers Let GOD take care of him now he will be fine Sincere SYMPATHY JUANITA

 

Laura and Terry O'Roark posted on 3/14/19

Cindy, we were so sorry to hear of Terry's passing. He will always be remembered for his great sense of humor and wide smile. Loved the trip thru Colorado and the great times in 4 H with all three of you. Jamie sends his regrets that he couldn't be there with you as well.

 

Carolyn Hartley posted on 3/14/19

Cindy Dallas&I are so very sorry we had good times at Calvary Baptist you two where good friends to us Terry was a wonderful person sending you our love and prayers to you ,Bless you my friend.!

 

 

Bill and Barbara Carrico posted on 3/14/19

Dearest Dale, may you rest in peace dear friend. We have so many memories of you and Helen and had such wonderful times spending time with both of you. We shall always hold both of you in fondest memories in our heart. Praise God you are walking in Glory with our Dear Savior Jesus Christ. Love you. Barb & Bill.

 

 

Leonard Logan (Loudoun Valley HS Class of '74) posted on 3/14/19

To Cindy and the Family of Terry - although you don't know who I am, I am sending you this message as a former high school classmate of Terry. Terry was a close friend of mine when we roamed the halls at LVHS. One of the classes I remember having with Terry was Advanced Math. He and I would have great conversations about football and baseball. Terry was a great person to be around and I will always be grateful for the wonderful friendship we had over the years. I know he was a wonderful family man. My prayers of strength go out to you and your family as you go through these difficult days of bereavement.

 

 

Mary posted on 3/14/19

Rest in peace my dear friend. I will miss you.

 

Staci Painter posted on 3/14/19

Cindy, we are so sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed Terry & his contagious laughter at many a cash party & Red Star get together. Dad & Ray received another driver in heaven. Lifting you all up in our prayers.

 

 

Tammy Keller posted on 3/13/19

Terry, So sad to hear u have passed. I’ll never forget your crazy funny self and your crazy happy laugh and ur phrase “honey I’m home!!!” when you would get back in in the evenings at ole Redstar terminal. We all knew when you had returned to the terminal. You always kept me laughing. I’m sure you and Derek are having a blast now hunting and fishing in heaven. Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Faye Adams posted on 3/13/19

Ken and I are sad to hear of the passing of Doyle Whittington, a great gentleman and business man who contributed much to his community. My heart goes out to Billie, his wife, and his family.

 

Dan Scott posted on 3/13/19

I'm so very sorry to hear about your loss. Wishing you strength as you go through these next couple days and peace and hope as you wade through the grieving process.

 

Mark Kline posted on 3/13/19

Dearest Cindy, I am so sorry for the loss of your precious husband, Terry. What a wonderful fellow, who always wore a big smile for everyone. He will be sorely missed, not only by you and your extended family, but by everyone at Fellowship Bible Church, especially by the men at the Crack of Dawn bible study group on Thursday mornings. The Holy Spirit is surrounding you, comforting you, and giving you strength to get through this most difficult valley. You have many friends who are supporting you in prayer. The bible says that we certainly grieve those who have parted from us, but we also have the assurance of hope of being reunited with our loved ones who knew the Lord. Christ is your anchor, and if you set your anchor there, He will give you the strength to hold on. You are in my prayers, Mark

 

Sandra Perinis posted on 3/13/19

My prayers are with you. May God 's mercy comfort you during this tragic time. We can never seem to keep our loved ones with us long enough.

 

Jan and Freda Yoder posted on 3/13/19

Cindy, we send you our deepest condolences. We aren’t able to attend the services in person but will be there in spirit and thought. May you find peace and solace in sweet memories and God’s grace.

 

Michael Main posted on 3/13/19

Cindy, I thank God every day for Facebook...for otherwise, I would not have know of Terry’s sudden passing. I knew via our mutual friend, Nancy, that Terry had not been well. Please know I am thinking of you always and will lift you in prayer daily. Sending 💜

 

clarence haymaker posted on 3/13/19

Doyle has been a good friend for many years. He was a true example of a Christian.

 

Donna & John Day posted on 3/12/19

Homer & Dawn, our deepest sympathy goes out to both of you. John and I are praying for all of you with hugs. We are so sorry to hear of Jared. We know he is flying high with his grandparents, Buddy and Joan right now. He dancing with our heavenly father. We love you. Stay strong.

 

Deloris Hausenfluck posted on 3/12/19

Cindy so sorry to hear the passing of Terry. May God hold you in the palm of his hand during these days ahead. God strength will get you thru one day at a time.

 

cl posted on 3/12/19

So sorry to hear about your lost. Our dear Creator Jehovah does not take pleasure in our pain, in his word the Bible, He promises that one day there will be no more death, no more violence and no more deaths. Revelation 21:3,4, Isaiah 33:24, John 5:28, 29 etc... For more information please see this website JW.org

 

Roger Carpenter [RaMa] posted on 3/12/19

Happy Trails, your friend Roger.

 

Deloris Hausenfluck posted on 3/11/19

Jean and family, What a wonderful man of God and a dear friend to Charles and I. He was my go to person when I did not understand how to do things for those 7 years Charles was sick. Always gave me good advise. Charles thought so much of him and his wisdom. They are both up there maybe talking about lawn mowers? I have know Doyle and Jean for at least 65 years at least. Will miss seeing you together. May God hold each of you in the palm of his hand during this difficult time. Will be praying that God will give you strength each day to move ahead. It is not easy but with God's help you will make it. .f

 

Larry Steven James sr posted on 3/11/19

Doyle always had my respect he was a very good Business man i will surely miss him.

 

Pat and Deb Crowley posted on 3/11/19

Homer and Dawn, don’t know if you remember us but we remember you and your boys when you attended SVBC. Jared was just a youngster and always a polite boy. Apparently, he grew into a godly man and husband with your guidance. We are so very sorry for your loss, can’t even imagine what you and his wife are going through right now. As a retired teacher myself I know how much he must’ve loved his students and they him. May God rest his soul and give you peace and encouragement at this time.

 

kelly kanatus posted on 3/11/19

So sorry for your loss . I can't imagine how you feel . I'm sure he walks with the lord now . I never had the chance to meet him but I'm sure he was a fine young man . Again Homer and Dawn I'm sorry for your loss may the lord be with you through this times

 

Frank Artrip posted on 3/10/19

To my ol friend and buddy. Rest in the peace that Jared is in the arms of the LORD and that one day you will all be together again in heaven! Prayers to you and your family ol friend!

 

 

Frank Artrip posted on 3/10/19

Rest ye now for you are in the arms of the LORD and one day we will all meat again in heaven!!!

 

 

Peter Synowietz posted on 3/10/19

I am SO sorry to learn about your loss. I can not imagine what you are all going through. Please keep ALL the good memories in the foreground and I'm sure you have so many!

 

Randy & Dorcas Sturgill posted on 3/10/19

There are no words to express to Dawn & Homer to take away the deep hurt in your heart at the loss of Jared. Knowing only Jesus can help you through this time of loss and grief. Thankful you raised him to be a Godly man and the blessing of knowing he's with the Father, he's home. Sending love, hugs and special prayers for peace and comfort for your entire family. To Tyler, losing your brother and best friend is so hard. Praying you keep those memories alive and let those around you surround you with care and support.

 

 

BARBARA HOOVER Derry posted on 3/10/19

So very sorry for your loss

 

Jodie Kerns posted on 3/10/19

My dear friend Ms. Bertie...you will definitely will be missed...it was a pleasure to have been able to take care of you....I know one thing you loved you ice water...you were always kind and sweet to everyone....it was my pleasure to meet your wonderful family...you guys are the best....I seen how much you loved your mother....I know she was a good mom....you all are in my prayers God will comfort you all.Jodie Kerns from Evergreen

 

Nayi posted on 3/9/19

My deep condolences to the family

 

Jon Guden posted on 3/9/19

I discovered General Vandal's death just yesterday. I knew him through our service with the 3rd ID, and he was an honorable officer and gentleman. Second Timothy 4:7 Division, and I

 

Cookie Carroll Duncan posted on 3/9/19

So sorry to hear of Elaine's death. She was our next door neighbor, cousin and baby sitter. Many fond memories of her. Our sympathy to all the family.

 

Teresa Wilt Cripe posted on 3/9/19

I knew Lester & Dewey & both their families, from the People's Country Church, when I went there as a teenager. Will miss you. So sorry for your loss. Terry Wilt Cripe

 

Curt Thompson posted on 3/9/19

May Elaine Teresa Carroll rest in pease.

 

Brenda Pronto and Anita Ragonese posted on 3/9/19

Anita and I will always remember you and Paulette. Your kindness to us, your love of life, the love you felt for each other and your children and the loyalty you felt to your friends. You were always a joy to be with and an inspiration. We will never forget you.

 

Deloris Hausenfluck posted on 3/8/19

To the Lester's children, I have known Lester for quite a long time (50) years. He worked at O'Sullivan when I did and actually I was his supervisor for sometime. I was always amazed at how much time he donated to his MOM, stopping to see her each morning before coming to work. He was never mean spirited , nice fine gentleman and always welling to help when asked.. I can still see him stapling those boxes on that conveyor belt and putting them on a skid. Never complained much if he did he had the right to do so.. May God hold his family in the palm of his hand during these days ahead. Rest in peace Lester you deserve it.

 

Fontella Newman posted on 3/8/19

From my family we send prayers to you and your family in the time of the lost of you mom. May God give you the strength to get you through this. An Angel 😇 he has called home. There will be no more pain.

 

Jimmy Proffitt posted on 3/8/19

Very sorry that I can't be there. All of mom's family are in my thoughts often. Uncle Lester was always so good to grandmaw and to mom and all of his brothers and sisters.

 

Donnie and Kim Hott posted on 3/8/19

So sorry for your loss, you are in our prayers

 

 

Barbara hawes posted on 3/8/19

Mom I know right now your in heaven with dad and everyone else we loved who has passed having a great time free of pain. I love you so much and don’t know what I’m gonna do without seeing you holding your hand. I know I am so thankful I was there when you passed. You were my mom but also my best friend you were always there for me. I will forever miss you and love you til I see you again I will treasure all the memories we had. Rest In Peace Mom you were loved so much. 💕

 

Cindy Benner posted on 3/8/19

Vincent and Timmy so sorry for your loss. Lester was a very sweet man. We worked together at Lear in shipping. And of coarse he fixed my lawn mowers a couple times. He will be missed. Always Cindy

 

Clark and Tammy Catlett posted on 3/8/19

Our deepest sympathy to your whole family..Prayers during this difficult time.

 

Jackie Austin posted on 3/8/19

Im so sorry for your loss. Know that our hearts are with you along with our prayers.

 

Kim Begnaud posted on 3/7/19

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Lester at O'Sullivan.

 

Amy V Tucker posted on 3/7/19

Sorry for your loss of this kind man. I met him through his wife, Judith. I worked with her at CVS many years ago. He will remain in you hearts and memories. He will always be by your side watching over you all. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Mary Nicholson posted on 3/7/19

So sad to hear of the passing of Lester, he was the best neighbor anyone could ask for. When I moved next door, he treated me like he knew me forever, not many people around like him anymore, I will truly miss him. Rest in peace Lester and prayers to his family and everyone who cared about him

 

Sheila Ann Cowgill posted on 3/7/19

No more pain, only rejoicing in Heaven May God comfort family with peace in knowing Lester is with Jesus. Much love and prayers

 

Vicki posted on 3/6/19

I love you Dad

 

Les and Alana Potter (and family) posted on 3/6/19

Jay and Carol, we grieve with you having also known your mom. She will be missed. Our prayers go out for the rest of her family as well.

 

 

Starr Costello posted on 3/6/19

Loving goodbye to a beautiful woman and the mother of my far-away nephew and dear, sweet niece.

 

Cherrie Kunkel posted on 3/5/19

To Elaine's, Family we offer our Deepest Sympathy. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Praying you sense the Lords loving presence and you rest in His peace through these difficult days.

 

JOYCE AND MICHAEL HAYTON posted on 3/5/19

Jeremy and family we are so sorry of the passing of your grandfather. We know how close you were. Cherish the memories. He is now with your grandmother in heaven.

 

Derek Carpenter posted on 3/5/19

I'm so sorry, Carole. Condolences to all who knew and loved your mom. You are in our thoughts (your work family).

 

Joe Cooper posted on 3/5/19

Mike & Bootsie, I am so sorry to hear of Elaine's passing. She always has a special place in my heart. Remembering many evenings at the house on Portney's Overlook Rd. I miss seeing you both. Remember the good times. Joe

 

Mary Ann Pullen posted on 3/5/19

Bessie, Willy, Martha, Jessie and Michael, I learned of Kevn's passing upon my return from vacation. He was a good husband, father, grandfather and role model. He will be missed but your memories of him will be everlasting. My thoughts and prayers are with you always.

 

Keith Forbes posted on 3/5/19

So sorry to hear of Harry’s death, I knew him from way back, as a fellow Jaycee. I was also one of his customers at PW’s, Bermuda. Sincerest condolences to his family.

 

Bruce A. Shelton posted on 3/5/19

Our condolences go out to Vickie and family. Sam was a good friend and excellent mechanic. We shared many years of doing business together. He was one of a kind. He would help anyone in need. He will be greatly missed.

 

 

Loma M Mier posted on 3/4/19

Rest in peace dear friend. I remember our luncheons in Crystal City with Diane Weaver - 12:00 Hot Shops, be there! We always had a great time with each other in happy times and not so happy times. We could share anything with each other. I will surly miss you. Love, Loma

 

 

Loma M Mier posted on 3/4/19

Rest in peace dear friend, I will surely miss you and all the good times we had together. You helped me weather a tough time in my life and I'll always be grateful for your friendship.

 

Eichelberger Family posted on 3/4/19

Mamoo was without a doubt the sweetest, most kind hearted woman I knew. I remember staying with her almost every weekend and through the holiday breaks as a child. She was an amazing great grandmother to me and great great grandmother to my son! We will miss her everyday, but know her love remains in our hearts always! We love you Mamoo!

 

Kassi posted on 3/3/19

Charlie was a stoic man who lived life his own way. Even facing death, it was on his terms. It is one of my greatest privileges to have called him my grandfather. I will miss you Charlie .

 

 

Virginia Dicks Gruver posted on 3/3/19

Charles and Celina were two very special people. I have known them all my life. Charles was a kind and caring man. My memories are many and treasured. Sincere sympathy to all the family.

 

Thomas A Snapp posted on 3/3/19

My sincere condolences to the Omps family.My prayers are with all of you.Mr.Omps was a wonderful man and he surely will be missed.

 

 

Jean Renner posted on 3/2/19

Sorry for your loss. Jean and Bengy Renner

 

Carolyn Frost posted on 3/2/19

We have had so many wonderful Christmas Dinners, Birthday Parties and other wonderful times together - and Bob, you were always there smiling and welcoming us to your home - we will miss you and those wonderful happy times we shared.

 

Ellen Taylor posted on 3/2/19

Bessie, Bill and I were so sorry to hear about Keven's passing. Our prayers are with you and the family.

 

Christina Montague posted on 3/2/19

Harry I will forever have a place in my heart for you and Naa, I’ll never forget the little talks we use to have or the walks we use to take.. you’re greatly missed and loved. Rest in paradise

 

Tiffany posted on 3/2/19

To the family and friends of David. Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. Nothing can prepare us for the pain that comes from losing a loved one. The Bible tells us that one day soon “No resident will say I am sick “(Isaiah 33:24). Please know that the “God of all comfort “(2 Corinthians 1:3,4) sees your pain and longs to do something about it. We can find a wonderful hope at Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. May your precious memories give you strength and comfort during this very difficult time.

 

Sherry Fletcher posted on 3/1/19

Thoughts and prayers to Mike and Willey and all the family. So sorry for your loss

 

 

Bessie Blankenship posted on 3/1/19

Mom you will be missed so much from everyone. You touched so many hearts. I will miss you but will have you in my heart always. Will miss our vacations together.

 

Kylynn & Sydney posted on 3/1/19

Grandaddy was a special man, and we will always remember that when it was time to go home after a visit he would say "GIVE ME FIVE". He always had the best high fives.

 

Debbye French posted on 3/1/19

Mamoo was the kindest most giving woman I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. She will forever will be missed in the hearts of those she touched during her beautiful life. Love and prayers to the family I send my condolences for the loss of a beautiful soul.

 

Flora Kinser Focer posted on 3/1/19

My sincere condolences to you and your family Veda!

 

Jeremy & Amy Brown posted on 3/1/19

Bill, Jeremy, Travis & Kassi, you are ALL in our hearts. Sending love & prayers to all. May your love & memories carry you through this time of transition.

 

Timmy Weir posted on 3/1/19

Bill and family, I am very sorry to hear of your father’s passing.

 

 

Jeremy Hamilton posted on 3/1/19

Good hearted, easy going, laid back. Two words best describe my granddaddy in my eyes. SIMPLE MAN .

 

Bonnie Coffman Whitacre posted on 3/1/19

Mona I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Debby Copley posted on 2/28/19

Thoughts and prayers for the family. Thinking of you all at this time.

 

 

Sandy cooksey posted on 2/28/19

It was a pleasure to get to know Kevin and his family. My prayers and thoughts are with you

 

SAMMY & Kimmy Orndorff posted on 2/28/19

Talking about family. And fishing.

 

Robert Cottino posted on 2/28/19

My condolences to the entire Miller family at such a difficult time...RIP Mr. Miller

 

 

SAMMY & Kimmy Orndorff posted on 2/28/19

RIP

 

Freda powers posted on 2/28/19

Mom you have no idea how much we will miss you. I love you and you will stay in my heart forever.

 

Bonnie Stocker posted on 2/28/19

Thoughts and prayers for you, Bessie and family. Always enjoyed the good times with you and Kevin. May those happy memories bring you comfort in the days ahead. God Bless

 

Fred and Helen Jones posted on 2/28/19

Mike and Family Sending Prayers and Love to the Family.

 

clarence haymaker posted on 2/28/19

Keven was not only my brother in law he was also one of my best friends. I will miss him.

 

Lorraine Ball posted on 2/28/19

Rest in Peace David. Condolences to your family. You will be missed greatly. You will always be remembered for the beautiful job you did putting new siding on our house in 2012. You were a sweet friend.

 

 

The Berman Family posted on 2/27/19

Sparky was a good friend and mentor in scouting to the Berman family. His phenominol sense of humor provided many laughs around the campfire and numerous outings. He will be remembered as a loving husband, great father, and cherished friend. R.I.P.

 

Joan (Pugh) Leary & Brian Leary posted on 2/27/19

Great person and friend. Will be solely missed.

 

A Friend posted on 2/27/19

Keven was a good soul with a listening ear, words of wisdom, and a devilish grin. Mostly he had a forgiving heart. It was a pleasure to have known him. He will surely be missed. Prayers and love to his entire family.

 

Debbie Walker posted on 2/27/19

Sorry to hear of Kathy's passing. It has been years since I have seen or talked with her. I came to meet and know Kathy after the death of Howard, then the birth of Stephanie. I use to babysit her when her Mom had to run errands, doctor appointments, lunches with her very dear friends. She was a beautiful lady and will be missed. Keeping the family in prayer. Sending warm hugs and much love to Heaven.

 

Julie and John Godby posted on 2/27/19

Paulette, our sincere condolences to you, Victor, Vanessa and the rest of your family. Bob was truly a wonderful man and we have some of the greatest memories from our time at the Hardware Store! He had the patience of a saint to deal with all of us crazy teenagers. Besides the obvious knowledge of all things hardware, what I remember most are the life skills that he taught us - responsibility, respect, courtesy, customer service, hard work....and we made some lifelong friends along the way. My only regret is that, as an adult, I never had the opportunity to thank him in person for the impact that he made on my life. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers. May the Lord bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time. And may your wonderful memories of Bob carry you through the days ahead. Much love from Julie and John Godby

 

Bedv Dellinger posted on 2/27/19

My deepest condolences on your loss - Keven was one of a kind. I hope the family can find some peace through the grief I know you're feeling.

 

Jon Orndorff posted on 2/27/19

Great man and friend, will miss seeing him every week or so.

 

Evelyn Lugo posted on 2/27/19

My heart goes out to you! My deepest condolence.

 

 

Todd Neff posted on 2/27/19

So sorry for your loss Mike. Thinking of you and your family.

 

Janice Lofton and children; Debbie, Donna, Darrell, and Denise posted on 2/27/19

Bessie, William, Martha, Jessie, and Michael. We were so sorry to hear of Keven’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are for the whole family! Due to the weather, I won’t be able to attend, but I will be thinking of you all !

 

Debby Copley posted on 2/27/19

So sorry Jessie for your loss. Thoughts and prayers

 

C and S posted on 2/27/19

It always difficult to see someone we love going to sleep in death. But there will be a day when there will be no death, no pain, no sorrow. (Revelation: 21: 3, 4). Very soon no one on this earth will say : I am old or I am sick (Isaiah 33:24). Looking forward to the day when we will enjoy life on earth forever and in good health. Continue to lean on friends, family and the hope found in the Bible. For more comforting hopes, please visit this website jw.org My deepest sympathies

 

Pascale posted on 2/27/19

It always difficult to see someone we love going to sleep in death. But there will be a day when there will be no death, no pain, no sorrow. (Revelation: 21: 3, 4). Very soon no one on this earth will say : I am old or I am sick (Isaiah 33:24). Looking forward to the day when we will enjoy life on earth forever and in good health. Continue to lean on friends, family and the hope found in the Bible. For more comforting hopes, please visit this website jw.org My deepest sympathies.

 

Sue O'Donnell posted on 2/27/19

I am so sorry. I've just heard about Travis - I am heart broken. My thoughts and prayers are with you - Susan and Dan, Erin and Colin. I love you.

 

Debbie Heishman Retalic posted on 2/27/19

My sister was the best after some time apart we got back loved getting to talk hours,going to Ireland was the best ,I’ll miss her so much

 

ALVIN SHOWALTER posted on 2/26/19

We will miss Keven. He had good words of wisdom to give us, and he always had a smile on his face. I always looked forward to seeing him.He was a great example for us all.

 

Brenda Grooms posted on 2/26/19

Our family get togethers will never be the same. Our hearts feel sad and broken for his family. Bob will be missed by our family and many other families. Love and prayers, Jim and Brenda

 

Bill Price posted on 2/26/19

Peace to Dave and condolences to the family. Dave was a special person with a bright spark. We shared many good times in High School and College. RIP

 

 

Lorrie posted on 2/26/19

You will be missed... My heart goes out to the family.

 

Jon Wlasiuk posted on 2/26/19

He is a great man. I always remember him since we have the same birthday. I loved talking to him and always loved listening to all of his stories. Thank you being in my life Richard “Pop” and taking in this young Marine as part of the family.

 

Russ Potts posted on 2/26/19

Dear Brad and Thomas Family: So sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. She was a wonderful lady. God bless. Your friend always, Russ

 

Ann Garber posted on 2/26/19

Brenda, sorry for your loss. Your mother was a sweetheart. I know you and Sam will miss her. Prayers for you and your family.

 

Deborah Furrow posted on 2/25/19

Kathy was a great friend.. We used to double date with her and Howard.. and then Jim was in their wedding.. We vacationed with them and Howard always made everything special for Kathy . He loved her so much. I am so sad that she is gone. I know she is having a great time in Heaven with Howard. My heart goes out to the family.

 

 

Robin posted on 2/25/19

Not a day goes by that I do not think of you. I do not wonder if or how much you loved me due to actions of others....you made sure I knew you loved me for the entire 23 years you were in my life. We had our moments of conflict, but none overshadowed our love for each other. You were a second mother to me throughout my life. I hope to honor your memory every day, by being a better person then I was the day before and in how I raised my children, your grandchildren who miss you desperately daily. You have two new beautiful granddaughters who I know you would dote on daily if could be with us. Since you cannot Joe and I will try to fill those big shoes for you and shower them with extra love from their Mawmaw. We love you and miss you more then we ever thought possible. At times it physically hurts. Please keep watch over your family and try to keep us straight as always lol Love your 2nd daughter - Robin

 

Jeff and Denise Boehm posted on 2/25/19

Our love, thoughts, and prayers are with the family at this sad time. What a spirit Dick had! He was always fun to be around, and we will miss him.

 

 

Beth and Satch Bowe posted on 2/25/19

You will be missed Herk, an awesome friend to all who knew you....

 

 

Joel Hoffer posted on 2/25/19

They say, as you go thru life, a person can accumulate a multitude of friends, but you can count your "true" friends one hand. Herk was one of my "true" friends … so much history and so many great memories ! R.I.P. my friend !

 

Lois Miller posted on 2/24/19

Many years have gone since our families met and kids grew up, many memories will remain in our minds and hearts - may your family be blessed with wonder memories of your Mom, wife and grandmother she will be missed. May God hold you in his love. A wonder ceremony on Saturday.

 

Kay Godfrey Combs posted on 2/24/19

So sorry to hear of Kathy's passing. We grew up together in Stephenson and went to elementary school and high school together.

 

Tony Rocca posted on 2/23/19

I was very sorry to hear about Rich. He was a great friend at Holy Innocents & North Catholic.May God rest his soul.

 

 

Becky Freeze posted on 2/23/19

I wasn't fortunate enough to know you through the w hole dash of your life but I was Blessed with the past 2 & 3/4 of the dash. Mary Lou, I've never in my 57 year's seen a more caring, kind, generous & loving person as YOU.You topped the Top. God sometimes put People in our lives for a season and a reason. Our season was short but the reason will last my lifetime. You remind me so very much of JESUS....loving others before you even met them.Just as JESUS loves us. Thanks for your friendship and welcoming me to your Family. This is not a goodbuy but I'll be waiting for Our Great HELLO and we will never more depart. My heartfelt condolences and Prayers to the McGee Family.

 

Carolyn Hill Brant posted on 2/23/19

So sorry. Always loved this family. Fun with Kathy in school. We were always friends. RIP girlfriend

 

Fred Himelwright posted on 2/23/19

Cousins, we are sorry for your loss, and ours, words cannot console you but the memories you have of Katherine will live on, and give you peace. In Christian Love, Fred and Mary Ann Himelwright

 

Patricia Tlumach posted on 2/23/19

Dad you were the best Dad any girl could have. I will treasure our relationship forever. My heart is broken. I love you Dad God be with our family and friends. You were very loved. I miss you so bad. I love you Patty your daughter

 

Devyn posted on 2/23/19

To a great and amazing uncle. I am so glad I have taken the time to visit you and aunt June the last few years. When we lost you, I get like I lost my dad all over again. You were the closet thing I had to him. Go be with Aunt June, you both were amazing and kind people.

 

Monty Reilly posted on 2/23/19

My Dear Uncle Danny, You will be missed by so many, including your beautiful sister Barbara. Your kindness and awesome attitude was always so refreshing and kept us all either shaking our heads or laughing out load. Please give grandma and grandad and Aunt Mar a hug from me. And all the others who has passed before...We love you.

 

Patty Tlimach posted on 2/23/19

Dad I love you much heart is broken. I love you Patty tlumach

 

 

Patty Tlumach posted on 2/23/19

Dad I LOVE YOU. LOVE PATTY I will miss our texts and phone calls ever week You and Karen are what true love is ❤

 

Patty Tlimach posted on 2/23/19

Dad I love you with all my heart.thank you for being the best Dad. My heart is broken. I love you as we always said to each other . Your loving daughter, love ya Patty

 

Linda Greathouse Strader posted on 2/23/19

A memory of Sam came to me on a Greek island...I was being served watered down ouzo and I complained. Sam first show me how to drink the damn stuff at Violinos one night ages ago... great guy. Great smile. Great life...hope his next life is even better,!!!

 

Marilyn tlumach posted on 2/22/19

I will truly miss you my brother, our daily text, our calls, you always saying luv you at the end of our calls. You kept the family together and was always there for me.

 

 

Janice (Shaffer) Ware posted on 2/22/19

Hubert, I am so sad about the loss of Mary Lou. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Janice (Shaffer) Ware

 

Philip Klauder, posted on 2/22/19

Rich was a great friend in Holy Innicents , Juniata Park and North Catholic. He had a wonderful sense of humor and he was the best friend In school. He helped me growing up and he was on my side overcoming personal issues. 🙏

 

Peggy Tedford posted on 2/22/19

Mrs. Hart and family, so sorry to hear of Mr. Hart's passing. Know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Hoping your fond memories of him will bring you through the next days.

 

Mike Walsingham (ASAC GBI) posted on 2/22/19

I worked for Charlie when he was SAC (Special Agent in Charge) of R-10 (or as he insisted everyone call it, the Atlanta Regional Office of the GBI) in 2000. We became fast friends, having in common being veterans and bleeding the blue and gold of the GBI. What I remember most is his outstanding sense of humor, his great style, and his devotion to his country and the GBI. I knew he was unique when I first used the bathroom at R-10 and the reading material was a specialty tie catalog where you could by a tie in the colors of any Army ribbon (medal) you had received in service. Always faithful to stay in Spec Ops shape, and maintain his classy R-10 SAC appearance at the same time, he would workout early in the morning and drive to the office in his under shirt so as not to wrinkle his highly starched and pressed dress shirt. I don't remember an officer involved shooting that he didn't come to...even before it was a requirement that a supervisor be present. Charlie was a gentleman and real American. I know I am a better agent and person for having had the privilege of knowing and working with him.

 

 

Nicholas Paul Pownall posted on 2/22/19

I was the last person Dave trained at coral graphics and during my training we began talking and he asked me what I wanna do with the rest of my life when I told him I wanted to be the owner of my own Restaurant he never laughed or made a sound but when he spoke he told me how he used to work in plenty of restaurants in his time and encouraged me to one day follow my dreams.

 

James Hardy posted on 2/22/19

Miss you so much grandma

 

Roseanne Welch posted on 2/22/19

Karen, Don Popkins shared this information with us. I'm so sorry to hear about you losing your beloved husband. Take care.

 

Kee posted on 2/22/19

To the family, My deepest condolences on the loss of your loved one. I hope that you can find the much needed comfort in the words at Revelation 21:4 and John 5:28,29 during this time of sorrow. May you also cherish the memories you shared together as they too can be a source of comfort.

 

Greg and Tara Miller posted on 2/22/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire McGee Family. Mary Lou will be greatly missed.

 

Jackie Mobellini posted on 2/22/19

She was a friend and employer. Your family and friends took in as one of your own. I loved Mary Lou. She will be missed. God bless you and your family. Love Jackie and Julie.

 

 

Jackie Mobellini posted on 2/21/19

God bless you and your family.

 

 

Jackie Mobellini posted on 2/21/19

God bless this family she will be missed.

 

Elizabeth Freire posted on 2/21/19

Marylou was a beautiful human being, inside and out. Much fun and generous. She was a dear friend , always there for me when I needed support.Then again she was like that to everyone she knew or if she had just met them. A devouted mother and grandmother, family was everything for her. She gave so much of herself to so many, with a word of encouragement or with an action. She was an example to all of us that were blessed of being around her. I will miss our talks, your wisdom, and your nobility of acceptance of any situation that would come your way, specially at the end, never a complaint. Such a noble spirit. I will miss you my dear friend. I will try to practice what you taught me. Thank you for being such a good influence in my life. With love, Elizabeth

 

Mark and Jenny Stickler posted on 2/21/19

We are so sorry for your loss. She was a very nice and generous lady who will be missed by many.

 

William M kent posted on 2/21/19

So much time has past us by, and so little do I know of Mac. Such a tragedy. Chichi, I hope in your heart that you will get past this. Should you need any help with that, please call on me as I will be available for any needs you may have.

 

The Myers Family - James, Michelle, Riley, Sam, and Abby posted on 2/21/19

A great teacher, leader, and friend. Mac was an inspiration and a role model for me and my sons. Our family loves him and will miss him dearly. I'll keep the coyotes at bay until we meet again!

 

Steve Edwards posted on 2/21/19

Charlie is a true American Hero. Charlie came to the Milledgeville Office as I transferred back to Headquarters. The first time I met him I did not have a clue about all of his accomplishments, but it was clear that he had an incredible sense of humor, was very confident and was someone you could count on. Through the many years I knew him all of these things proved true. My office and his office worked on several public corruption cases and financial cases together. Just as others have noted he was always very positive and devoted. He will definitely be missed but not forgotten. Eden you are in my family's prayers. Even though I will not be able to attend either service you and Charlie will be in my thoughts. God Bless you!

 

George Puskar posted on 2/21/19

Ancient Egyptians believed they would be asked two questions and their answers would determine whether they could continue in the afterlife. The first question was, "Did you bring joy?" The second was, "Did you find joy?" I have no doubt my friend answered, "Yes" to both! Until we meet again my friend. R.I.P.

 

 

Maggie Burlingame Wright posted on 2/21/19

Karen, I’m so sorry for your loss. May God grant you peace and happy memories.

 

Christina Baker Ybarra posted on 2/21/19

I remember the talks we had over the phone, wish I had the chance to spend time with you other then when I was a baby. I wish you could ave also gotten to meet your great grandkids Marissa, Jesse, Allyssia, Sophia, Ramon and Emilianna and great great granddaughters Isabella and Annabella. We will meet one day in the sky. RIP Grandma Peggy.

 

Donald Stemmler posted on 2/21/19

I grew up in Pleasant Unity not far from the Tlumach home. Nice family. Back then Mac was known as Herk .AI few years ago, at my cousin's funeral in Virginia, Mac recognized me and reintroduced himself. It was so good to see him after many years. He introduced me to his lovely wife. I am so glad that my last memory of him is so pleasant. I wish I could have spent more time with them. My best wishes go to his wife and family.

 

Ann Burrola posted on 2/21/19

Dear Karen and Tlumach Family - I am so very sorry to hear of Mac’s passing. I will say a prayer for Mac and you. With sympathy, Ann Burrola

 

 

Skip warr posted on 2/21/19

I love being with aunt dot at our family reunions she was always laughing and smiling away. She was a very joyful aunt to be around

 

Louise Miller, Painter posted on 2/21/19

Dot was a inspiration of faith and love. She had a sweet spirit and a beautiful Smile. I will never forget her smiling face.

 

Denny Gore posted on 2/21/19

Charlie and I were born into army families, sons of career soldiers and combat veterans of WWII and Korea. His family lived down the hill from us at Ft. Benning, Ga. Our parents became friends before we did. The Robertsons left for Germany in 1955 and the Gores followed in 1956. By 1957 both families were living in the same apartment building in Munich, Germany. Our families were inseparable and our memories together were many. The Robertsons returned to Ft. Benning in 1958 and the Gores left Germany in 1959 for Ft. Meade, Md. We have never lived close to each other since. I have read many wonderful and heartfelt tributes to Charlie. He earned them. He was always a leader . I would like to share a little different perspective , a family one. Our families would reunite and share memories over the years. They were highly anticipated events, usually arranged by Charlie. When we all returned to our homes the connection was strengthened waiting for that next reunion. It occurred to me as I remembered Charlie and his family, since his passing, that he will never leave us. I cannot remember a Gore family gathering that did not include the Robertsons in our thoughts and conversations. That was Charlie's gift to us. He was a true gentleman, a great friend and an unabashed patriot. Eden, we share your grief.

 

Clare Pilkington posted on 2/20/19

Rest In Peace, Uncle Dan ~ I hope you are finally reunited with Aunt Mary Kay ❤️

 

A. Jack Fishman, Special Agent, IRS - CID (RETIRED) posted on 2/20/19

I've known Charlie since the mid 80's. I've watched his career as a GBI Special Agent from the time when he was an Assistant SAC in Conyers, GA until he retired as an Inspector. We've talked about many subjects. We were both Viet Nam vets and had careers in law enforcement. I still have a golf hat that I picked up for him. I knew he would show up in my office one day to get it. Good friend, we will meet again some day!

 

Tony Gailey, GBI Assistant Director (Retired) posted on 2/20/19

Charley was one of those rare people who was able to keep a positive attitude and a great sense of humor despite witnessing the worst possible human behavior. He defended his country, state and community from those who prey on the innocent and unsuspecting. He persevered because of the strength and depth of his character, his courage and his commitment to his fellow man. He is a hero to his family, his friends and to strangers who never knew him, but had better lives because of him. Well done Charley! Rest in peace.

 

Charles David Sikes posted on 2/20/19

Charlie’s service to America during the Vietnam War was exemplary, he answered the call of his nation during trying times and served with honor. Charlie’s career in the GBI was exemplary as well, he was mission oriented and dedicated to those in his command, which was the result of that Infantry & Special Forces background. Burial at Arlington National Cemetery is an honor which this patriot has earned. I am proud to be a fellow Vietnam veteran and GBI agent who served with Captain/Inspector Charlie Robertson.

 

Rose McDonald posted on 2/20/19

Prayers Of peace and comfort going out to his family and friends. I’m sad we didn’t get to know him more as he left a great impression on my son Brandon McDonald. We spend a little time and his home last fall with him and his wife. This time spent will forever be in my in my son’s heart. Our community lost a great one. We will be forever grateful for his kindness.

 

Barbara Morley posted on 2/20/19

We salute you, Charlie. You ran the race, the race marked out for you, with perseverance. You served your country, loved your family, and valued your friends. Thank you for your example. Until we meet again, my friend. Beedo

 

John & Sharon Cronan posted on 2/20/19

We are sorry to hear of your loss. Mary Lou always a women of hard work strength and courage. Facing the challenges of life she was full of grace. May we all learn a lesson from her kind spirit. Peace be with The McGee Family. Heaven has gained another angel.

 

Richard ( Dick ) Stemmler and Family posted on 2/20/19

Many good times experienced growing up in Pleasant Unity. My brothers and I extend our sympathy to the Tlumach Family.

 

 

Jessica O’Rourke posted on 2/20/19

RIP Danny, you were a great dad and granddad and had a great sense of humor and were so very kind. You’ll be missed.

 

Roger and Elaine Huestis posted on 2/20/19

Our deepest and heart felt sympathy on your great loss. Love, Roger and Elaine

 

Ann Timmins posted on 2/20/19

Dear Hart Family, Andy and I are deeply sorry for your loss. You all are in our prayers. Richard was special to me as a wonderful boss/mentor and dear friend. Our heartfelt condolences to you all.

 

Jay Jarvis posted on 2/20/19

Charlie was one of the first agents I met when I went to work at the crime lab. Being from Milledgeville and in training to go to the new lab in Macon, I developed many relationships with the agents at R-6. It seems he always had a smile on his face and a zest for life. I always felt better after spending time with him. He will be missed.

 

Richard (Dick ) Stemmler posted on 2/20/19

An old friend from Pleasant Unity . My brothers and I grew up with the Tlumach Family. A lot of good memories.We extend our condolences to the family.

 

JoAnn Bishop posted on 2/20/19

Bob, I miss you so much already. It was an honor to have known you and to be considered a friend. You and June can be together now forever.

 

Amanda Osborn posted on 2/20/19

Dick Hart you were truly one of a kind. My greatest industry mentor. I think of you often and this news brings tears to my eyes and sadness to my heart. You will be very missed.

 

Joe Hirst posted on 2/20/19

Hart family - I enjoyed knowing Rich through the Knights of Columbus these past few years. I was so sorry to hear this news. You’re all in my prayers.

 

Gail Steele posted on 2/20/19

Dear Dad, I am already missing you terribly. I know you are with mom and that is all that matters. Sleep well daddy.

 

Michael Mason posted on 2/20/19

THE THIN BLUE LINE Among us, sent down from heaven, Are those that walk a Thin Blue Line, that's a given. Like Guardian Angels to watch over me and you, Are those that wear the uniform of blue. We see them only as traffic stops, We do not call them friends, just cops. We pray we never have a chance meeting, We never pass along a greeting. But they are so much more than this, They simply do not see the world as bliss. But they look into the corners of our deepest fears, They walk the beat, they wipe a tear. They bring a message to our home, When all is not well, and you are alone. They come to us, no matter the need, Handle the problem, complete the deed. They lay their personal feelings aside, They do their job, they have great pride. And if one should fall, among life's things. The badge they wear, turns into wing

 

Lance J. LoRusso posted on 2/20/19

Well done, good and faithful servant. Our country was honored by your service. I was honored by your friendship. Rest easy, my friend. You will be missed.

 

Ray and Bob Maslyn posted on 2/20/19

What a great boss (on the USS INDEPENDENCE) and such a great friend!! He will be sorely missed and forever remembered. This is from Bob and Ray Maslyn. A couple of his (?) favorite PNs .

 

Micah Ward, GBI retired posted on 2/19/19

I remember Charlie with a smile on his face at all times. Although I never worked alongside him, I knew of his reputation throughout the GBI. I will not be in Winchester on the 22nd but I will raise a glass in his honor on the Florida coast.

 

Stacie Meeker posted on 2/19/19

Dear Sharon, Jeff and Kathy, my deepest Sympathies to you all. Your dad was always the kindest person and boy how he loved that Bluegrass!! He was there for me when my dad died so many years ago. And he was a great dad to you all. Many blessings for comfort and peace during this difficult time.

 

Amber Frye posted on 2/19/19

Eden, My deepest and sincerest condolences to you. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are being lifted up in prayer. 🙏

 

Carlos posted on 2/19/19

My buddy and "Step dad" Mac what a fantastic gift has been meeting you. And having seen you enjoy with us these 2 years. Karen, all our love and support.

 

MikeBard posted on 2/19/19

I am sorry to learn of Mac’s passing. He was a very great man. My best wishes to you Karen.

 

Teresa posted on 2/19/19

Praying God will show you His love through caring friends and comforting memories. We are holding you all very close in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers. Mary Lou was one special lady who could do it all with humor, kindness and love. Love to all, The Stouffer's (Pat, Angela, Teresa and Jimmy)

 

 

T. Mark Jennings posted on 2/19/19

Bob, I am surely going to miss your wit and since of humor. I know you like to take walks, and now you and June can take those long walks together on streets paved of gold in heaven.

 

 

DEBBIE MARTIN, WINCHESTER DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES posted on 2/19/19

IN MEMORY OF CHARLIE

 

 

Paul and Imogen Helsley posted on 2/19/19

Always loved and will never be forgotten :

 

 

Karen posted on 2/19/19

Our life will continue to shine.

 

Karen posted on 2/19/19

You are my love, my life, my world. I will always love you.

 

Marshall & Pam Shiley posted on 2/19/19

Marshall and I are so sorry to hear about Mac’s passing, he will certainly be missed😢 prayers for comfort during this most difficult time 🙏🏻

 

Lenny Millholland posted on 2/19/19

I was so sad to hear of your passing. I had plans to have breakfast with you and talk about so many things. You were great to be around and you always had a smile. You will be missed by so many. Thanks for the friendship.

 

Lanada Marcinko posted on 2/19/19

So sorry for your lost. David was a wonderful young man taken too soon. David had a beautiful smile, heart warming laugh, a loving heart, kindness and great love of adventure. He is now flying high with his helicopters and drowns. May God's blessings be with you during this most difficult time. Lanadal

 

Steve Tlumach posted on 2/19/19

I'm sorry dad.

 

 

Steve Tlumach posted on 2/19/19

I need you. I always loved you.

 

Charles Fowler/Anita Khayat posted on 2/18/19

Mary Lou was a lovely person, generous and giving to all. She will be greatly missed.

 

Patrick, Robin, Ireland and Aubrey Rock posted on 2/18/19

Dot was a very special woman who treated everyone like family. She will be missed.

 

Katthryn Bishop Jennings posted on 2/18/19

Dad- love you forever. Remember the many times however- the father -daughter motorcycle road trip from Virginia to Texas via the southern route and returning to St.Louis and West Virginia will always be my heart time with you.

 

Rick Picon posted on 2/18/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire McGee family.

 

Rebecca Lipscomb posted on 2/18/19

I only recently had the privilege -- and I use that word intentionally -- to get to know Charlie, and I was struck by the honor, dignity, wit and intelligence of this great man. To meet Charlie is to know him. To know him is to love him. To love him is to miss him greatly. What a force of life he was! Very few people have made such a profound impression on me in such a short time. His great love and respect for Eden, his unwavering hospitality, and his compassion for friends and the people of this wonderful community earned my undying admiration. Gone too soon, Charlie. Gone too soon......May you rest in peace. When I met Charlie I was struck by so many things and was instantly drawn to

 

Dickie & Sally Wolfe posted on 2/18/19

Dear Pat, Jackie & all the Underwood family, My heart goes out to you and all of your family for a true loss. He will be greatly missed by many people. He was a great mentor to me in the car business. It was a pleasure watching you both raise such a great family. Our heart and prayers go out to your family. Dickie and Sally Wolfe

 

 

Tammy Price posted on 2/18/19

Mrs McGee was a amazing lady. Prayers to the family.

 

KARLA Boggess posted on 2/18/19

Marylou was a wonderful lady with a big personality she will n missed

 

Paul Hinson posted on 2/18/19

Mr Wright was such a down to earth person. Paul loved going to his house after he had gathered some wood for our wood stove. Mr Wright always had story to share with Paul. Paul always loved listening to the old days. Mr Wright was a very special person. God bless Mr Wright

 

 

SUSAN E Lockwood posted on 2/17/19

He was a loving family man and a great friend to all.. He will be missed... Wish i could have come and said good bye or come to the funeral but i'm sending prayers and thoughts to all family and friends...

 

Dottie (Hummer ) Foltz posted on 2/17/19

Mack and family, I'm sorry to hear of Sam's passing. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

 

Marc and Melanie Clements posted on 2/17/19

A truly wonderful lady that will be missed by all

 

Hope Henry Brim posted on 2/17/19

Remember Mr and Mrs Marsh and their 3 "children" fondly; Rob, Becky, Scott, and their spouses along with the grandchildren were blessed with very humble but accomplished parents and the same seems to be true of all of you(you had excellent role models); know you have many wonderful memories to sustain you now.

 

 

Peggy Muncy Shugars Class of 1960 posted on 2/17/19

Ronnie, I am sending you and your children, grandchildren and other family members, my deepest condolences at the passing of your wife, Pat.

 

Brooke Hopkins Streep posted on 2/17/19

Absolutely heart broken. Such a dear mother, wife and friend. My heart is with the entire McGee Family.

 

J. Paige Ledford posted on 2/16/19

Mack, Gail and family, I remember Mack, Wayne Grill and I riding our bicycles around Winchester. Sam picked us up in the family pick up. I also recall sharing the pool with the Headley kids. Thanks for the memories! Mack, whether you know it or not, I copied you from “Help, I’m a Rock” to “Jamie Mack” to writing “Hey”. I thought you were cool. Sorry for your loss! I know it was a big one losing your brother. Paige

 

Marc and Melanie Clements posted on 2/16/19

Mary Lou will surely be missed by all, she was a wonderful lady

 

John Churchward posted on 2/16/19

I had the pleasure of working with Sam on the Group 44 team. He was a wonderful character and had a burning desire to win. On top of that he was great to spend time with, good stories and an infectious grin.

 

Nancy Kibler Rabe posted on 2/16/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I have such wonderful memories of your Dad when we were neighbors. He was an amazing man with integrity and honesty. He will be missed by many.

 

 

Rochelle posted on 2/16/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the entire McGee family and their friends.

 

Stacie Bishop Amari posted on 2/16/19

I have so many amazing memories of my childhood with Bessie, Carl, Barb, Billy, Krueger and Mike, aka Pumpkin. From playing “Hide & Seek” or “Hopscotch” at the furniture store to playing “Ping Pong” in the basement at home. Stealing warm Chocolate Chip Cookies every time Bessie would turn away. Bessie fixing breakfast for Pumpkin and I and watching “Woody Woodpecker” while we waited for the bus. All of us fighting over the cinnamon buns when she would make them (I can remember the smell of the kitchen when she’d make them). There are too many memories too list (especially the ones when Pumpkin would get in trouble when he was little). Haha! Especially when she called the Gainesboro Principal about his detention. Tim and I can recite that, word for word, to this day. All of you are a huge part of our childhood and after we lost Mom in Oct. 2017, we know the devastation you’re feeling. We love you all and God knows we loved Bessie. Give your Dad a big hug from us.

 

Hollister Cantus posted on 2/16/19

A unique, ethical example • The Washington Post • 16 Feb 2019 • H. Hollister Cantus, McLean The writer was deputy assistant secretary of defense for House legislative affairs and a staffer on the House Armed Services Committee. As John O. Marsh Jr.’s deputy for House legislative affairs until he was called to the White House, I can tell you from close personal observation that Marsh was the most ethical political person I have met in 50 years “working” the Hill [“Served in Vietnam while a lawmaker, was Ford’s ‘conscience,’ ” obituaries, Feb. 5]. He refused to take the Democrats’ loyalty oath and did not run for reelection in the House of Representatives in 1970 because he felt it was not right to retain his congressional position and commit his constituents’ vote if he couldn’t take his party’s oath. Marsh took unpaid leave to serve in Vietnam in 1966 on the condition he not be assigned to a desk. He wanted to see what the combat situation was up close and personal. When he returned to the House, he was the go-to guy for members of both parties for a true accounting of what the Vietnam War was like. The resignation and the unpaid combat tour were examples of a level of ethical conduct missing from much of today’s Congress and clearly define Marsh as a unique participant in his profession. We may not see his kind again — unfortunately.

 

AT Funkhouser ‘81 posted on 2/16/19

I’m sorry to hear about your dad Scot. I remember my dad talking about Jack when I was growing up. He always spoke very highly of him.

 

Eddi Shroute posted on 2/15/19

Mom I will never forget the joy i saw in your eyes the day i told you i settled down and was getting married and was expecting my first son..Deryk was born and he brought you great joy as well as myself.I will see you in heaven and will never forget the love you had for me no matter the circumstance.

 

Buzz and Stephanie Masi posted on 2/15/19

We have lost a very dear friend. Rest in peace Mary Lou.

 

Charlie Brown posted on 2/15/19

Back in high school, Sam was perhaps my best friend, and I have lots of memories of our fun times. I’m sorry I lost touch with him over years and distance, and am saddened by this loss. My sincerest condolences to all Sam’s family.

 

Carroll Fuller posted on 2/15/19

Condolences to Sam's family. I went all through school with Sam and graduated with him from CCHS in 1967. Sam was a great guy and classmate. RIP Sam

 

Fritzi Hart posted on 2/15/19

Deepest sympathy in Sam’s passing. May he RIP and God comfort his family and friends. 🌹

 

Michael O'Dell posted on 2/14/19

I grew up across the street from Tom Nicholson. He was a pillar of the community in our neighborhood Pimmit Hills. I worked for Mr. Nicholson at United Masonry when I was 16 years old in 1973. He was a great boss. He was was honest and fair and strong but kind and mostly soft spoken but very well respected by all who knew him. He always made me feel a part of his wonderful family. I think about Mr. Nicholson everyday and he will live in my heart forever.

 

Terri & Daniel Cooper posted on 2/14/19

Thinking of all with sympathy and with hope that God's loving grace will give you strength and comfort in the coming days. Gone from this earth but never from your hearts.

 

 

Mary K. Weller posted on 2/14/19

I met Patsy the summer before starting first grade at Adamstown school. We became friends immediately and shared some wonderful, crazy times together in our 74 years of friendship. My deepest sympathy to you, Ronnie & family. Mary Kathryn Woerner Weller Myrtle Beach, S.C.

 

 

Nancy Dean posted on 2/13/19

Hubert and family, my prayers are with you.

 

James Silvester posted on 2/13/19

I knew Mike a very short period serving with him on the IW Board of Directors....He was a good and decent person and I enjoyed the interactions...God Bless To His Family....

 

Teresa (Hott)Fleming posted on 2/13/19

I believe Aunt Beulah was a little ball of Fire. She had no trouble letting you know what she thought but she was loyal and very family-oriented and did not just for immediate family but went into doing for the in-laws or nieces and nephews to help. Along with being a good cook. Remember going to visit and not sure if it was round steak but boy was it delicious had never had it before but still remember how yummy it was. Those are the memories I will keep. I pray that the many memories you have whether it be as a wife, mother, grandmother will help to bring you comfort knowing how much you were loved by her.

 

Teresa(Hott)Fleming posted on 2/13/19

Uncle Carl and kids I am so sorry for your loss. Remember Aunt Beulah as a ball of Fire, said what she thought was loyal and supportive of family especially when there was a time of need. Plus she could surely cook, remember the time we visited and it might have been round steak surely delicious. Those memories of family times means so much. May you find comfort from all of your memories. Love Teresa and Ben

 

George Hoffman posted on 2/13/19

My sincere condolences to all the Marsh family. I'm a Strasburg resident who still has wonderful memories of interactions and relationships with the family dating back to the 60s. I'm so proud to have known Mr. Marsh those many years ago. He was certainly a wonderful role model to emulate and look up to!

 

Wanda J. Shrout n family posted on 2/13/19

Loved her a lot when they came to visit we had blast with them. Love ya's all n she lives on thru each one of you's now!

 

Wanda J. Shrout n family posted on 2/13/19

She was such fun when used come see us yrs back we loved them coming to visit. She lives on thru each one of you's! Love ya's all very much!

 

Debbie Sager O’Hara posted on 2/12/19

Barbara I wa so sorry to hear of your moms passing. I remember her like it was yesterday. Sorry we had to reconnect this way. Please email me. Would love to see you. Prayers to you and your family.

 

James (Jimmy) Nickens posted on 2/12/19

To the Marsh family my deepest condolence to all, James (Jimmy) NickensJJj

 

Carolyn McCartney posted on 2/12/19

Although I had never met or even heard of your father "Jack Marsh", I was profoundly moved by his incredible dedication and humble public service to his country. I was left wondering why we no longer have these types of role models today. Then while reading the obituary, I was stunned to realize that I actually knew his son, someone that I have looked up to for years. His dedication to his patients and humble service to our country during Vietnam is a reflection of his father's character. Dr "Rob" Marsh and I worked together at Augusta Medical Center. They do still make them like they used to.!! My condolences to you and your family. Thank you for sharing your father with us. God Bless

 

Mike and Trish Crawford posted on 2/12/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

 

Chris C posted on 2/12/19

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Jim Harman posted on 2/12/19

Sad news. I hadn't seen Sam since the late 60's but had some good times with him then. He was a good guy. Condolences to the family. Jim Harman

 

You're daughter posted on 2/12/19

I love you Mom!

 

you're daughter posted on 2/11/19

I love you Mom and will miss you so much! I always asked you when I came to see you what you were doing and you always said 'just waiting on you " You keep waiting because I'll see you again and share those hugs and laughs.

 

Rhonda Sargent posted on 2/11/19

Jerry and I are so deeply sorry to learn of Sam's passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Donna Houghton posted on 2/11/19

Miss you. I Love you

 

Bucky Burruss posted on 2/11/19

Fare thee well, Mr. Secretary. See you "round the corner." Thanks for all you did for this nation and this commonwealth.

 

Helen Ritchie posted on 2/11/19

Nancy will be remembered for her smile and graciousness to everyone.

 

Chip Garber posted on 2/10/19

Will miss Mrs. Thomas' friendly smile. She always had a kind word to say. Growing up with her son, you always felt welcome to her and Kens house. She did a lot for people in Winchester without fanfare. She was the type of person that makes Winchester what it is. She will be missed.

 

Roger Sherman posted on 2/9/19

My deepest sympathy.

 

 

Charlie and Lisa Bockey posted on 2/9/19

We loved our deck conversations with Judy; it was always a pleasure talking with her!

 

Michelle L Twitchell posted on 2/9/19

My thoughts and prayers are wth the family, friends and Sarge.

 

Billy Flippo Palm Beach, Fl. posted on 2/9/19

To The Marsh family, Jack was often spoken about by his parents who I grew up near on Cambell St. in Harrisonburg, Va. where most were proud to have known him.

 

Patricia Mehrmann posted on 2/9/19

Prayers of comfort and understanding.

 

James Hughes posted on 2/9/19

Rob and Scott: Your Dad had a big impact on my life and gave me many great memories when visiting him in DC. My thoughts are with you and your family at this time.

 

Dee Lopanec posted on 2/9/19

Trip You were a true southern gentleman! I so enjoyed working with you at WMC & Woodstock hospital.

 

 

Sandy & Ricky Shifflett posted on 2/8/19

We got to know Mr. Marsh through the Blue Ridge Christian Home, we are so very sorry for your loss to the family and friends. God be with you all

 

Will Cofer posted on 2/8/19

A true patriot and a True Virginian and strong supporter of Special Forces. RIP

 

Betty Smith Benegar posted on 2/8/19

So very sorry. Prayers to all. What a Blessing he was..

 

Levi Dofermire posted on 2/8/19

I got to enjoy one more season of soccer with Travis last Summer, he was so incredibly passionate. I am so glad I got spend all those nights and days with Travis playing the sport we loved. I am so sorry for everyone's lose, Travis was a truly special person and friend. I'll miss you Travis. YNWA.

 

Patrick Chewning posted on 2/8/19

My thoughts are with you and your family, Diane. Hugs!

 

Vicki Davies posted on 2/8/19

So very sorry to hear of your loss. Will keep you all in my prayers for a healing heart.

 

Gerald & Karen Jackson posted on 2/8/19

Cathy and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. You all have our deepest sympathy.

 

Louann gallagher posted on 2/8/19

Sending prayers to the Stowe family . My later mom and dad worked for Joel for many years and growing up he was so kind to me . You will be missed

 

Anne Baker posted on 2/8/19

*Conway.....not Conrad, sorry

 

Anne Baker posted on 2/8/19

Dear Sue, Pat and Conrad, Words cannot how sad I am to hear of Trip’s passing. I loved him and his baby Sophie so much. Some days he would ring her by the bank drive thru just to visit. My heart hurts for you and I hope God comforts you all during this sad time. I love you all and miss seeing you. God bless you. 🌹🌹🌹🌹 Anne Baker

 

 

Anne Baker posted on 2/8/19

I will forever remember Trip and Sophie coming to the bank drive thru to visit me. I miss them both very much and they will be in my heart forever. Much love sent to Sue, the boys and all the family.

 

Annette Resan posted on 2/7/19

Sue, I am sorry for your loss. Trip was a great man. He was like a father to me during our years at SMH Psych. We had a lot in common and he wasn't hesitant to share his experiences, strength and hope with me. I will miss him greatly. If you need anything, please do not hesitate to reach out. Love and hugs to you!!!!

 

Bev Dellinger posted on 2/7/19

The Hoaks and the Harmons have been neighbors for about 60 years. Ann will be missed. My thoughts & prayers are with you - Kim, Reid & Jennifer.

 

Tommy and Sandy Allwine posted on 2/7/19

Mickey and family, our deepest sympathy on your loss. Remember the happy times from Hillcrest Heights, Silver Hill Boys Club; our mothers playing bridge together. Your parents were so remarkable: talented, friendly, joyful, helpful, and loving. The world needs people to follow their example. We will all miss them both. May your precious memories comfort you during this time of mourning.

 

Barbara Ioanes posted on 2/7/19

Thank you for posting such a beautiful tribute to Mrs. Shegogue in the Washington Post. My father, Raymond Ioanes, knew the Shegogues since their time in the USDA and they both were favorite friends of my my parents. I have very fond memories of them as well.

 

Jordan Carlisle posted on 2/7/19

So very sorry for your family's loss. Lifting you all in prayer during what is undoubtedly a difficult time.

 

Margo Hammock posted on 2/7/19

So sorry to hear of Judy's passing. She was a dedicated volunteer at the Strasburg Museum.

 

Terry Matthews posted on 2/7/19

Thinking of all of you in this time of need. Hugs. Barry and Terry Matthews & Polly Gentry

 

The Turnbull Family posted on 2/7/19

We have special memories of the Edmonson's farm that we hold very dear in our hearts. She did some sewing for us and was a very caring person. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Elaine Bays-Murphy posted on 2/7/19

Dan, Sending prayers of comfort & peace to you and your family.

 

Peggy Partlow posted on 2/7/19

Linda was a good friend,we worked at Senseny Road Elementry School together years ago,I will miss her,I could always depend on her to help me out on a little seamstress work .Prayers for her family..

 

Bill Olson posted on 2/7/19

Dancing With the LORD ... There's a song or poem there ... God bless the Shegogue family and friends. May His comfort rest on all of them. May they ALL find Salvation in His Savior and be reunited in the soon coming Kingdom of God. Bill Olson Oregon

 

Suzan, Jay, Stephen, and Katie Sadler posted on 2/7/19

Susan and Family, We are so saddened by the news of Travis's death. We cannot even begin to understand the pain you are in. Please know we love and support you all. We will help in any way you need. Praying for peace for you all.

 

 

Wanda Osburn posted on 2/7/19

Dan May the light of love be with you and yours at this sad time.

 

Frank and LeeAnna posted on 2/7/19

Debbie, Stephen, John and the rest of Betty's family. I am so very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Sheryl posted on 2/7/19

Mom, Your smile and the share of dark chocolate Hersey kisses will always be remembered. The laugh of joking and kidding with the kids the laughs that you shared with them will so live on. You will never be forgotten! Love you Mom

 

Janet Maucione posted on 2/7/19

Shenandoah Valley Golf Club extends thoughts to the family of the Shegogues.We have fond memories of the anniversary parties they had every five years filled with their wonderful dancing..

 

 

Anonymous posted on 2/7/19

“What is lovely never dies, but passes into another loveliness, Star-dust or sea-foam, Flower or winged air.” – Thomas Bailey Aldrich Condolences to family and friends. She may be gone from sight but will forever live in our hearts

 

 

Gary & Linda Defibaugh posted on 2/7/19

You and your family are in our thought and Prayers 💞

 

Sherri Slick posted on 2/7/19

Laura was a wonderful person, she would help others out no matter what! We use to work together and had fun. RIP never be forgotten and always in our hearts until we meet again

 

Gerald (Butch) Triplett posted on 2/7/19

Sue I'm sadden for your loss and I offer my deepest condolences. Best always to you and your family.

 

Barbara Williams posted on 2/7/19

Reid and Family, Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your Mother.

 

Sherri Slick posted on 2/6/19

You will truly be missed and always in our hearts!! Until we meet again!! RIP. Sending prayers to your family

 

 

Susan Cress posted on 2/6/19

Laura was such a spunky, sarcastically sweet, straight forward all around good person. She could cut you with the sharp whip of her tongue. It was usually when she was being brutally honest, but out of love most of the time. So many will miss you. I will be one of those many. I always told everyone that I knew we would always be friends, until one if went on to the next phase. I never knew it would be this hard to say good bye. I love you and I can't wait to see you again FRIEND.

 

 

Betty Jo Strawderman (Shubert) posted on 2/6/19

I loved you Laura and I still do you have always been my friend and my sister, and when we finally got together again I was so happy to see you and now your gone. Laura has been in the family and she was a good friend to me and I will always love her and miss you so much but now you can play cards with Mom and Aunt Lucy.

 

Greg Printz posted on 2/6/19

My sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the O’Donnell family. This is truly a tragic loss for all who knew Travis. Travis was a very hard working and contentious young man that I found I could always depend on. We enjoyed a friendly and professional relationship over many years and he will be sorely missed at our business. Some have said that we have “some big shoes to fill” and they are absolutely right. I’m not even going to attempt to do so as I believe it would be pointless. Greg Printz – CEO Greatscapes Property Management

 

Donna Seykowski posted on 2/6/19

Dearest Laura, I use to joke about not liking cats, knowing that you would send me some funny cat pictures. So to mourn the loss of a fun and wonderful co-worker and passionate cat lover, I’m changing the screen saver on my work phone to cat pictures. May you be surrounded by those wonderful fur babies in heaven. RIP

 

Robby Hentz posted on 2/6/19

Can not believe I am writing about Laura today. She was one of my very close friends. We knew each other for close to 30 years. We first met when I was given the job to train her in the book and magazine business. She was always there when I needed someone to talk to, or vent to, Or needed a ride or a loan. She taught me what a real friend was all about. I know Larry keeps saying "what am I gonna do without her". Well I must add, What is everyone of us, gonna do without her. We shall miss her terribly and one day see her again. For I am sure she is with God now. Love you Laura.

 

Tracy Miller posted on 2/6/19

Seems the Lord always takes the best first. We love you Laura and you will be missed!

 

 

Mabel and Paul posted on 2/6/19

In Loving memory of a dear sister in law and dear friend. Love and miss you always. Mabel and Paul

 

Regina (Clem) Love posted on 2/6/19

Prayers for all of you..Aunt Beulah and Uncle Carl were the one's that led me to church as a child..always enjoyed our times growing up visiting at your house. Love to each of you

 

Bob McConnaughey posted on 2/6/19

Pat - my condolences to you and the family. Take some quiet moments and remember all the special times spent together.

 

Sandy Gwinette posted on 2/6/19

Rest in peace Laura. My condolences to all her loved ones.

 

 

Sandy Gwinette posted on 2/6/19

I met Laura a couple of years ago at a comapny meeting in New Jersey. She was so pleasant to talk to and such a hard and dedicated worker. You will surely be missed. May you rest in eternal peace Laura.

 

Frank & Marsha DeHaven posted on 2/6/19

Reid & family, we are so sorry to hear the news about your mother. Mothers are very special. She will continue to live on in your memories.

 

Shannon Alderman posted on 2/6/19

My most sincere condolences to Laura's family. Laura was an awesome lady. I am truly sorry for your loss. I will miss all the laughs we shared and her beating me at our trivia game. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I can't imagine how hard this has to be on y'all. Laura will definitely be missed.

 

 

Theresa Moyers posted on 2/6/19

We love you and we will cherish every great memorie you have made with us. R.I.P

 

bobbie spinks posted on 2/6/19

didn't get to know Laura very well but never stopped thinking of her and always remember her on March31, her birthday and even though circumstances ruled over all that I still had a special part for her in my heart. I will always think of her.

 

 

Lita Nugent posted on 2/6/19

☮️❤️Rip Laura ❤️☮️

 

Lita Nugent posted on 2/6/19

Thank you Laura for hiring me and training me at work. You are an amazing woman. My Condolences to your family. ☮️❤️RIP Laura ❤️☮️

 

Betty Tyree posted on 2/6/19

My heart goes out to your family. If there is anything that I can do, please let me know.

 

Kristen Thayer posted on 2/6/19

Dear Les, on behalf of your Newburyport High School alumni, my prayers go out to you and your family. You were one of the great ones and I hope you fly high. May we all meet again someday!

 

Susie Baker Beard posted on 2/6/19

As a member of the FHS Class of 1958, I had a Home Economics (now called Life Skills) class with Patsy. We were not good cooks but had a good time in that class. Sometimes we were also more than Mrs Fry could handle. Patsy and I also shared a cousin. Shirley Mae Kabrick Bruchey was Patsy’s maternal cousin and my paternal cousin. Her dad and my mom were siblings. R.I.P. Patsy until we meet again.🙏🏻🙏🏻

 

 

Roger Holliday posted on 2/6/19

You are finally home You will be missed but, never forgotten

 

 

Cindy Lynch posted on 2/6/19

Kym thinking of you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss.....

 

John and Kitty LeMarr posted on 2/6/19

Sue I am so very sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.

 

Karl Tenney & Elizabeth Hoover posted on 2/5/19

So sorry for your loss. I will be praying for your family. Deepest sympathy & God bless.

 

 

Donna Peterson posted on 2/5/19

In Memory of Trip Chewning.

 

Donna Peterson posted on 2/5/19

Sue, Conway and Pat - The Peterson family is so sorry for your loss. Trip was a very special man. Cheryl, Robbin, Jimmy and Beth remember him as a very nice man who always smiled and talked with them as children, which was very special for them. So thankful that Trip was able to go and travel and experience so many adventures. May God Bless Him.

 

Yvonne Davy posted on 2/5/19

I’m so sorry for the terrible loss you and your family is going through My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family . He was a super man I loved talking to him about everything he knew everyone and had such a great way putting all the news together. Love you all and sending my deepest sympathy. Yvonne and family

 

mark ritter posted on 2/5/19

so sorry for your loss.

 

Frank Demko posted on 2/5/19

Thank you Trip for your friendship. God Bless.

 

E. Conway Chewning 111 posted on 2/5/19

Condolences to the family . E. Conway Chewning

 

Joyce Umbenour posted on 2/5/19

Such a beautiful, sweet, kind lady. She and Ken were a match made from heaven. It was such a previlege to have known them.

 

Rhonda Rogers posted on 2/5/19

Dan I am so sorry for your loss. As a Mom who lost my son just last year I know the dark place you are in. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers. God Bless you.

 

Barbara Bowser posted on 2/5/19

My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. Barb from the SOCO Library

 

PEGGI SMITH & FAMILY posted on 2/5/19

MY FAMILY AND I WISH TO EXPRESS OUR DEEP SYMPATHY TO AND YOUR FAMILY IN YOUR LOSS. MAY GOD COMFORT AS ONLY HE CAN.

 

Patricia Lockhart posted on 2/5/19

Prayers to Patsy and the girls, he will be missed. Love Trish, Gary, Rose and Debbie Lockhart

 

 

Charlie & Kim Triplett posted on 2/5/19

Ron & Family, we are sorry for your loss...hoping with time your memories will comfort you.

 

Naghmeh Yazdzad posted on 2/5/19

My Dear Diana, I am so sorry for your loss. No body can imagine the pain you and your family are going through. You are in my prayers . May his Beloved Soul rest in peace. Love you!!! Hugs !

 

Gary E. Frye posted on 2/5/19

Dear Mrs. Turner and Family, Caring. Praying for you all now and in the future days to come. May God's grace and peace surround each of you. Please take care.

 

jesse moats posted on 2/5/19

Me and my twin are the youngest kids he has and we only met him once we had chance to call him and we didnt but wish we did but wish we was around much more as people dont know we excisted Daniel had twins in april 1991 i wish i could of got make up time get know more about our father

 

 

Gary E. Frye posted on 2/4/19

Mr. Underwood

 

Mary Watson posted on 2/4/19

Trip, you were the epitome of a true gentleman. Your values and giving heart were your core. It was a true honor to have known you and worked with you.

 

Joyce Shirley posted on 2/4/19

Trip was a truly great man with a loving response for all. May God hold all of you in his arms. My love and sympathies.

 

Dianna Shuster Nicholson posted on 2/4/19

I'm so sorry for your families loss. You all our in our thoughts and prayers. May he RIP. God blee

 

 

Tammy Diggs posted on 2/4/19

May You rest in peace Trip.

 

Jamie Sesti posted on 2/3/19

Just now found out about your (his) passing. Known him when he was married to my sister Yvonne from previous marriage. Sorry to hear about his passing. Best Ex-Brother-in-law I ever had.

 

Dominic Ruggerio posted on 2/3/19

To the Balda family Condolences to you. Your mom and dad were newly married when we served together at Fr Knox in 1965-66. Prayers and thoughts with you during this time. Dominic Ruggerio Colonel US Army (ret)

 

Mike Winterbank posted on 2/2/19

I knew Jim and his wife Pat in 1957 as he was stationed at Vance AFB Enid Okla. They rented a home next door to my Parents. They didn't have kids then but did have a Pekingese Dog. While living by us he bought an old Model A Ford and was always tinkering with it. I last caught up with him in 2006 by email and then lost track of him. For some reason he came to my mind the other day and Googled his name and was saddened to read an article of the accident and about his upcoming Service. Also Pat's cousin Geneva Pool and her husband Jim also stationed at Vance lived in our Block and I had Googled their name and find they are both deceased now. Please let Jimmy's Family know that I am Sorry for their Loss and Pray they heal from their injuries quickly .

 

 

Sherry posted on 2/1/19

Miss you so much!!!!! Happy birthday brother

 

 

Sherry posted on 2/1/19

Love you Happy birthday 🎂

 

Debby and Ray Palladino posted on 2/1/19

We will miss Mary Lou as we have missed Jerry. We have wonderful memories of our many enjoyable times together on Kingfisher Ct. and in our community. Mary Lou was an inspiration to many of us and our prayers of comfort and peace are with the entire Balda Family.

 

Tim and Jackie Donovan posted on 2/1/19

Mary Lou, we will miss you and treasure the times we had together with you and Jerry. You were such a strong woman and we will always remember your smile!

 

Carol Knighton posted on 1/31/19

Dear Pauletta, I am sorry to learn of Ray's passing. We grew up together on Pennsylvania Avenue. He was just the nicest person. My prayer is that you will feel God's peace and comfort at this time.

 

The Bolen Family posted on 1/31/19

My husband, Paul Bolen and Delaney worked together at Safeway for years. Delaney had a great sense of humor and when the two of them got together, there was fun to be had by all. We would work many functions together, Delaney the DJ and we were the caterers. There was so much laughter when we were all together. Who knows, maybe he and Paul are laughing up there together again. May he rest in peace and may the angels be rocking out with him at the turntable.

 

Clifton D. & Mary Kay Wilks posted on 1/30/19

Larry: Mary Kay and I offer our condolences on the loss of your mother, We will keep the soul of your mother (Mary Lou), you, Diane, and your family in our prayers.

 

Gloria Puffinburger posted on 1/30/19

Prayers go out to Evandon's grandmother, Michelle, and his entire loving family.

 

Diane and dick gongaware posted on 1/30/19

Lyall we are so sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. Our holiday card was just returned today, which lead us to the news. We loved your mom as a member of our family. And while we lost touch these later years, she made a mark on our lives that will last forever. We keep you and your in our prayers.

 

 

AUNT JEWELL AND FAMILY posted on 1/29/19

WE WISH OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO ANGEL AND THE BOYS, AND THE FAMILY. WE LOVED JR. AND WAS PROUD OF HIM. KEEP HIM IN YOUR HEART AND HE WILL ALWAYS BE WITH YOU.GO WITH GOD JR. HE IS WITH YOU.YOU ARE ALWAYS WITH MEIN MY HEART,ILOVE YOU.,

 

Eleanore Gols Brown posted on 1/29/19

I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and the family. May she rest in peace.

 

 

David & Tammy McGaha posted on 1/29/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you! 🙏🏻

 

 

Mollie Penny posted on 1/28/19

I got in touch with Sally several years ago through Facebook, and our common last name. Turns out we were related on my grandfathers side, Charles Penny - brother of Harold Penny. I kept in touch with Sally for several years and am devastated to hear of the loss of her. We had talked and dreamed of being able to meet up and visit each other same day. Even with her side of the Penny's in Virginia, and my side of the Penny's in Southern California, we bonded over our families love of racing, fishing, and dogs. May you rest in peace Sally

 

 

kathy ingram posted on 1/28/19

I will miss this man for the rest of my life, He was a true caring friend to my family and he was a true buddy. John always worked hard everyday 7 days a week and would do anything for anybody , He was like family, he will always be missed my hearts go to his whole family. He will dearly be missed always. Rest in peace my dear dear friend

 

Cindy Dillman and RuthAnn Redick posted on 1/28/19

Sharon, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this sad time. May God comfort and give you peace. In Deepest Sympathy

 

Christie C posted on 1/28/19

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

Carol Lefevre posted on 1/28/19

Dear Pat, I am so sorry for your loss. I had no idea about his passing until I saw a letter in the Star today. You and Bruce were so welcoming when I moved to Winchester. If there is anything I can do for you in the weeks and months ahead, please just call or come over for a glass of wine.

 

Roslyn Honesty posted on 1/28/19

To the entire Stowe Family... The beginning and the end.... Went to hospital at 9am this morning to prayer over him hold his hand and tell him I love him. He shined thru with a solid hand squeeze and said the same back. Told him he's a fighter and to come on back to us. He put the F in family for me at Oakcrest...like my father who always had funny and encouraging things to say. GOD SPEED to make him healed and whole. So sorry to hear of his passing, but glad to see that God answered my prayer for your beloved father, and made him whole and healed...then took his and and walked Joel on with Him. I will miss him, he was like a father figure to me. He always had a story to tell, that with in it he was able to leave me smiling and always encouraged. I will truly miss his spirit and genuine kindness.

 

Sandi Somers posted on 1/28/19

So sorry about your Mom, Lyall. You know, she was my Mindys "other mother" for almost 5 years, and was treasured by our family. Please accept my most sincere condolences.

 

Danielle Pesce posted on 1/28/19

Our love and condolences go out to your family. You are all in our prayers during this difficult time. All our love, Danielle and Jon Bergfeld

 

Danielle Pesce posted on 1/28/19

We are praying for your family and send our deepest condolences. Love, Danielle and Jon Bergfeld

 

 

Pat Goulette posted on 1/27/19

Tom I’m so sorry about Joyce. I know you and your family have a rough road ahead of you trying to move forward without her. She was a good woman had a lot of love to give to everyone and especially her family. My heart goes out to all of you in this time of loss. I am glad that you have all your family and loved ones and friends to help you through this time. I know how empty your heart must feel right now. When we lose someone it’s not easy to understand why. Thank you for calling me to let me know. To Joan, Sharon, Buddy, and Sandra, my prayers and thoughts are with you also and this time of loss. We let too much time grow between all of us. Love to all of you, Pat

 

kathy and bob ingram posted on 1/27/19

I will dearly miss this man, This man not only was my buddy and friend but the best person I have ever met . Our friendship was so special you couldn't ask for a better friend whatever you need he was there always and he cared so much he will be missed always rest in peace my dear friend always

 

 

Mary Sheehan Larrick posted on 1/27/19

So many fond memories... but the first one that comes to mind is the day Kathy & I rode our bikes for miles around the Apple Pie Ridge area and when we got back to her house, June was in the kitchen and was so kind in listening to our our stories about our adventure.

 

Ginny and Willis Digman posted on 1/27/19

Wish we could be there to be with the family! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. God's blessings be with you. Love Ginny and Wilis Digman (Willis's mom Ruth was Aunt Elsie's sister) '

 

 

Mary Carol Woodburn Rogowski posted on 1/27/19

I remember growing up as best friends in Elementary school. We spent a lot of time riding bikes all over the Tanglewood area and playing with her pet raccoons. I also remember spending a lot of time in her pool and staying up until wee hours of the morning eating chocolate fudge cookies and her dad always got on us for not going to sleep. LOL! Family was improtant to her and I remember her brothers Jackie and Robert and sister, Linda. And of course her mom and dad who loved her dearly. Also, took a trip to Canada with her and mom and dad when we were very young and recall asking, "Is this the same moon we have at home?" I'm just sorry we never got to see each other after she moved away, but she has always been in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Mary Catlett posted on 1/26/19

John,was a great guy..he sure will be missed.i had the privilege to work with him for a while at the Va Farm mkt..he was always willing to help any way he could...he was just a super person..my thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Gayla posted on 1/26/19

R.I.P babyboy i am going to miss u and love u babyboy fly high

 

Janet Maucione posted on 1/26/19

Shenandoah Valley Golf Club staff expresses their sympathy. The Baldas were frequent guests and will will be missed.

 

Dorothy Cain Foreman posted on 1/25/19

Tom, My love and condolences go out to you, my niece, (Cass), and my nephews, (Tag and Chris). Joyce and I were quite a pair in high school. Bob, I, Robin and Chris have her in our hearts.

 

June Toward posted on 1/25/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and family. You were a wonderful worker at the Farm Market. I see your smile when I think of you. RIP

 

Scott grossman posted on 1/25/19

Lyric corral was an incredibly important figure in most of the lives of people who were in the music department at Staples high school during the years of 70s late 70s it was really a wonderful time for him to explore and he allowed us as students to explore our own individual growth as we continue to grow as young musicians to be artistic and to express ourselves he was really an influence in a mentor that was bigger than just a teacher we really loved I really loved and admired and respected Larry he was one of my biggest fans and I was one of his all the best to his family life is a continuation through birth and death a continuation through death in eternity to Christ till we meet again love Scott Grossman

 

 

Jack Walker jr posted on 1/25/19

REST EASY LITTLE BUDDY I DIDNT KNOW YOU BUT WER RE ALL GODS CHILDREN SO THAT MAKES YOU MY BROTHER AMEN.

 

 

Jack Walker jr posted on 1/25/19

I didnt know you young man but god bless you rest easy.

 

 

Danny and Dawn Heacock posted on 1/25/19

We are thinking of you and entire family is in our thoughts and prayers. God has a smiling angel now!

 

The Maddox family posted on 1/25/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Your Mom and Grandmother was a very and sweet, soft spoken lady. Praying that your beautiful memories will bring you peace and comfort.

 

Al,Nancy, Morgan & Taylor posted on 1/25/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Pruett was such a sweet, soft spoken lady with a warm smile. Praying that your beautiful memories of her will bring you peace and comfort. Love the Maddox Family

 

Maddox family posted on 1/25/19

We are so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Pruitt was such a sweet soft spoken lady. I know she will be misses by all of you. Praying that the loving memories of her will bring you peace and comfort.

 

GARY PRICE posted on 1/25/19

May the Lord rise to meet You May the Wind always be at your back May the Warm Sunshine pn your face May the soft Rain fall on your fields Until we meet again May God hold you in the Palm of his hand

 

Ray Trail posted on 1/25/19

correction to my previous comment - "Ray was my next door neighbor for at least 35 years"

 

Mount Zion Church Family Keyser, WV posted on 1/25/19

On behalf of Estelle and Preston's home church back in WV, we want you to know that we are praying for you.

 

Ray Trail posted on 1/25/19

Ray was my next door neighbor for 30 years. Most "up beat" person I ever knew. We went many places and did many things together. Always ready and willing to lend a helping hand whenever I needed it and that was often. We spent a lot of time together and never once was there a bad word between us. I loved him like a brother. God bless his family and Rest In Peace "my friend."

 

 

Candy M. posted on 1/25/19

I will miss our talks and swapping recipes. I will miss talking about our favorite show. You lived your life on your terms and I always admired you for that. Still can’t believe you are gone. Love you always Edie Mae!

 

Audra posted on 1/25/19

Edie Mae was one of my favorite residents she was so loving and caring but did what she wanted to do. She is the only resident that knew my middle name and made sure she always called me using it!! May she Rest In Peace❤️❤️

 

 

Jimmie and Sandra Pleasant posted on 1/24/19

Our condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Al and Tammy Gadoury posted on 1/24/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. John was a great individual. He was a hard worker and took pride in his work. He will be missed, but long remembered at Virginia Farm Market.

 

Al and Tammy Gadoury posted on 1/24/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. John was a great individual. He was a very hard worker and took pride in his work. He will be missed, but long remembered.

 

Al and Tammy Gadoury posted on 1/24/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. John was a great individual. He was a hard worker along with his Dad. He will be missed and long remembered.

 

Gary and Dottie Jones posted on 1/24/19

We are so sorry to hear about your loss. John was a dear friend. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Debbie Simmons Roche posted on 1/24/19

I met Edie at Bates Jr. High School and we formed an immediate friendship that carried through Annapolis Sr. High. I enjoyed spending weekends at the Warfield residence during the summer, where Edie and I spent a lot of time in the pool and down at the water. When we reconnected through Facebook, it made me truly happy, as I had missed her for a lot of years. In November, 2018 I was fortunate enough to be in the VA area and to meet Hannah and the rest of the family. I was a 'Thanksgiving', when Hannah, Michael and I showed up at Evergreen. I'm so glad Hannah captured that moment on her phone and Edie's expression "Are you serious?!!" Rest in Peace my friend. I love you

 

 

Kathryn posted on 1/24/19

So many memories- love and support

 

Randy Naylor posted on 1/24/19

Lyall, I have many fond memories of spending time with you and your mom. I remember the races we went to with your mom, the baseball games we watched with your mom and the sleepovers at your house and eating dinner with y'all. I will never forget the countless times when I would be sitting on my porch or even sitting in our living room in the summer with our windows down and at a certain time of evening if you were still outside, your mom would walk out onto yall's front porch and I would hear her call Lyyyyaaalll......yep, time for Lyall to get his butt in the house for the night. Wow, so many great memories. She was a wonderful person and she looked out for everyone. Hang in there brother, peace and love to you and the family.

 

Lynne Naylor Cannon posted on 1/24/19

Lyall, your Mom was a good friend and neighbor, she will not be forgotten. Sharing in your sorrow, with love and friendship. Keeping you in our prayers. With love, Lynne, Randy, Rob, and Wayne Naylor

 

Betty Roberts posted on 1/24/19

Sending love and prayers to the family!

 

AM posted on 1/24/19

My sincere condolences to your family. May you find comfort in the promise of Revelation 21:4 of a time when death will be no more and loved ones will be reunited.

 

LYALL GRIFFIN posted on 1/24/19

My mom will always been in our hearts , she has gone back home and is with all her family and we will all be together again some day . Love you mom

 

Patricia Kerns posted on 1/24/19

Sorry for your loss...he was a favorite at Sunnyside McDonalds...we will miss him

 

Mark Jennings posted on 1/24/19

Bob, I extend out my heart felt sympathy and prayers to you. I will always treasure the memories of you and June visiting us at the beach, and the adventures we all went on as a family. You and June will always be in my prayers and thoughts.

 

 

Jason Miller posted on 1/24/19

It’s terrible to hear about your loss and I express my sincere sympathy to you and your family

 

 

Leslie Martin posted on 1/24/19

John we had a special bond that will never be broken. I love you and you will be missed beyond imaginable..

 

 

Clarence Stokes posted on 1/24/19

Enjoyed working with you at the market unloading pumpkin's. You will be missed.

 

Punchy Bromley posted on 1/24/19

Tommy,thinking of you in this time sorrow

 

Amanda Messer-Damron posted on 1/24/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for all of you guys. Lots of love.

 

Michele posted on 1/24/19

You will be missed by so many people. It doesn’t seem real. i’m Going to miss Harry and I stopping in on Friday evenings. You were always there for me Not just as my uncle, but a true friend. We have so many memories to hold close to our hearts. I will miss you Uncle John.

 

 

C. Joe Lizer posted on 1/24/19

We'll miss John very much, he did so much for the Lizers and was such a hard working man.... He'll be hard to replace..... Marie

 

C. Joe Lizer posted on 1/24/19

We'll miss John very much he did so much for the family and was family to us.... We pray for his mother Anna......

 

Julie Cepeda posted on 1/24/19

Tony & I are so very sorry for the loss of your son...you are in our prayers

 

Kathleen Gibson posted on 1/24/19

I will always remember our time together . Much love. Many prayers.

 

 

Kathleen Gibson posted on 1/24/19

I will never forget .

 

Amber & Ricky Smallwood posted on 1/23/19

We went to Handley together & I remember meeting your sweet baby boy after you had him. I’m so so sorry for your loss!

 

Tatia darling posted on 1/23/19

Fly high Evanston you now have your wings!!

 

KIMBERLY REED posted on 1/23/19

Prayers to you, Michelle and Jaron, may God wrap his arms around you in the difficult time, Love you guys, Kim

 

Matthew, Khristina and Elijah Haines posted on 1/23/19

Thoughts and Prayers for the entire family.

 

Victoria & Michael Walker posted on 1/23/19

With deepest sympathy to the families of this young beautiful child!

 

betty carbaugh posted on 1/23/19

kathryn i.m sorry to read about your mom i just pick a paper up today .that how i find out . i miss hearing from you try to call but wrong number i no you were close to your mom and dad. love and god bless your friend bic.

 

Tammy Haines posted on 1/23/19

Such a kind and hardworking man that I will never forget. Curtis and Brandi my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

 

 

Pat n june posted on 1/23/19

Prayers to the family of this beautiful child

 

Claudia Cotto posted on 1/23/19

RIP Baby boy.. Ull be missed💙

 

 

Nelida Guzman posted on 1/23/19

I always look at Evandon and always saw a smile,he had a happy soul and that touch my heart forever will be missed but not forgotten by many🙏🙏🙏

 

Debra Boltersdorf posted on 1/23/19

My most heartfelt condolences to my Cousin Pam and her family. Aunt Dolores, Aunt Do Do, Aunt Dodie was a very loving, kind, patient, and most Special Aunt anyone could ever ask for! Not to say she gave the Best Hugs ever!!! May she Rest In Peace and God Bless her always.

 

 

Stephanie Geter posted on 1/23/19

RIP nephew love you

 

Alisha Clarke posted on 1/23/19

Sharra and Jaron, so sorry for your loss!

 

Monica Speelman posted on 1/23/19

You were a great guy you will be missed

 

Dottie Reynolds posted on 1/23/19

Joyce loved her dogs. She was a joy and my friend. She will be missed by many and I will miss her the rest of my days. My heart felt condolences to Tom, Cassie, Larry, Chris and the family.

 

Toya Calliste posted on 1/23/19

To Sharra & Family, So sorry about the passing of your precious son. Sending you love and prayers. Love you.

 

Elise Deadwyler posted on 1/23/19

Wishing well of you and your family in this time of loss.

 

Peggy J Paige posted on 1/23/19

Praying for the family and love ones!! I’m so sorry for your loss... May you find peace and healing🙏🏼❤️ Blessings, Peggy Jackson- Paige

 

 

Lori McCarty posted on 1/23/19

May God be with you at this difficult time.

 

Travis Woodall posted on 1/23/19

My heart goes out to the entire Smith and Woodall family. I'm so sorry that I couldn't me there today. Aunt Louise was one of the kindest and warmest people in our family and always had a smile on her face. She will be sorely missed.

 

Shenandoah Jenkins posted on 1/23/19

I am sorry to hear about Johns passing, he was a good guy and we had a lot of laughs working at Brookfield Brookfield Apartments. I know he will surely be missed by all those who knew him.

 

Ev Carr posted on 1/23/19

Bob, my most heartfelt sympathy to you and your precious family. June was my oldest and dearest friend and I will miss her terribly. Deaver and I always got such enjoyment out of our many dinners shared together. We've had so many wonderful memories to cherish over the years. Prayers of comfort, peace and strength to the family at this most difficult time. God bless you. Love, Ev

 

Brian Glynn posted on 1/23/19

Larry was my band instructor in the late 1970s in Staples, Minnesota. I fondly thought of him after I graduated high school. I still remember when he yelled “Glynn, you got thirty hours of detention!” Then he started laughing and said, “I’m kidding. You should have seen the look on your face” He was a good man and teacher.

 

 

Monics Speelman posted on 1/22/19

So sorry for your loss john was a great guy

 

 

Dawn posted on 1/22/19

John, you will be missed. You were one great friend.

 

Babs Doherty posted on 1/22/19

Tom - There are no words except to say that you have a huge support group and we are here for anything you and your family may need.

 

Linda Silvius posted on 1/22/19

Jaron I'm so sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love you! Linda and Kenny Silvius

 

 

Mark Jennings posted on 1/22/19

I'll miss you June, and the good times we all had by you and Bob visiting us at the beach. Please say hello to my mom for me, and keep cheering for the Redskins. They need all the help they can get from their fans in heaven-LOL.