Local obituary notices in Charlottesville, VA
18 hrs ago | via WCAV
The site is pretty unknown to many people, but if you've ever been to Oakwood Cemetery you've probably driven or walked by the Daughters of Zion Cemetery without realizing what it is. The small site behind the Oakwood Cemetery is where African-American's were buried for decades, but years of neglect left it in bad shape and now there's an effort to figure out who was laid to rest there. Comment?
Monday Apr 25 | via Streaking The Lawn
The obituary for Bernard Martin, the bus driver for the Virginia Baseball team in Miami who passed unexpectedly last week, has been published. You can read the entire obituary here , or it's been reproduced in full below. Comment?
Sunday Apr 24 | via Cavalier Daily
This Saturday, roughly 650 runners participated in "Miles for Margaret," the first 5K race of its kind hosted by Pi Beta Phi Sorority, Camp Kesem and ADAPT, in memory of Margaret Lowe, a fourth-year College student who passed away Sept. 1, 2015 . Comment?
Friday Apr 22 | via USA Today
Driver who collapsed while transporting Virginia baseball team dies No Cavaliers players or staff were injured in the crash. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1WhTiTz Virginia Cavaliers begad coach Brian O'Connor celebrates with his team after defeating the Florida Gators at the 2015 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park. Comment?
Thursday Apr 21 | via Fredericksburg.com
He was born Aug. 6, 1978, to Linwood Webster Lewis and Harriett Rawlings Lewis. Troy graduated from Orange public schools. Comment?
Saturday Apr 16 | via Daily Journal
She is survived by her children, Melissa Surguine-Smith of Charlottesville, Virginia, Robin Surguine-Ross of Chicago and Scott Surguine of Collierville, Tennessee; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. The family will conduct a musical celebration of her life at 5:15 p.m. Friday at Franklin United Methodist Community, Fireside Lounge. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 12 | via Fredericksburg.com
Carolyn Arlene James, 69, of Spotsylvania County died Friday, April 8, 2016, while in hospice care in Charlottesville, with her husband, Clyde, and son Christian by her side. Born Dec. 28, 1946, in Thurmont, Md., to the late Rachael Grimes Fleagle and Harold George Fleagle, she is survived by her husband of 50 years, Clyde James Sr.; her sons, Clyde Neal James Jr. and wife LaDonna of Remmington, Curtis Tyler James and wife Suzanne of Spotsylvania, and Christian Emmanuel James and wife Emily of Glen Allen; and one daughter, Crystal Michelle Williamson and husband Tom of Spotsylvania. Comment?
Saturday Apr 9 | via The Inter-Mountain
Graveside Services will be held at 11 a.m. today in Maplewood Cemetery at Elkins. Comment?
Thursday Apr 7 | via The Inter-Mountain
Virginia Earle "Ginny" Isner, 93, of Crozet, Va., and Elkins, departed this life early Tuesday morning, April 5, 2016, at Charlottesville, Va. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 6 | via Martinsville Bulletin
David Wilkinson Carr, whose business acumen and dedication to local causes and University of Virginia athletics helped make Charlottesville and Albemarle County what they are today, died Wednesday. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 5 | via The Inter-Mountain
Virginia Earle "Ginny" Isner, 93, a former resident of Elkins, and more recently a resident of Crozet, Va., departed this life early Tuesday morning, April 5, 2016, in Hospice of the Piedmont at Charlottesville, Va. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 30 | via Lawyers, Guns, and Money
On March 30, 1930, the Hawk's Nest tunnel project near Gauley Bridge, West Virginia began. This tunnel was designed to divert the New River to help Union Carbide increase its energy efficiency at a downstream plant. Comment?
Mar 18, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
Daniel C. Conley, 78, died March 17, 2016, in Houlton. He was born August 23, 1937, in St. Stephen, NB, Canada, the son of Daniel L. and Dorothy Conley. Comment?
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