Reston Obituaries

Reston Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Reston, VA

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  • Sunday Jan 31 | via Altoona Mirror 

    Christopher Allen Johnston

    Surviving are his wife, Melissa Anne Farley-Johnston, whom he married May 21, 2013, in Reston, Va.; three siblings: Michael Jr. of Herndon, Va., Shellie Anne Johnston of Knoxville, Tenn. and Kevin of Hollidaysburg; his nephew, Timothy; two nieces: Grace and Camila; and several aunts, uncles, cousins and in-laws: Barbara, Elizabeth, James, Taylor and Avery.


  • Friday Jan 22 | via Daily Globe 

    Jeanette L. Barbacovi

    Jeanette L. Barbacovi, 43, of West Francis Street, Ironwood , passed away unexpectedly due to medical complications on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, in Ironwood . She was born Jan. 30, 1972, in Skokie, Ill ., daughter of John W. and Judith Barbacovi Sr. Jeannette attended Bessemer schools and graduated from the A.D. Johnston High School in Bessemer with the class of 1990.


  • Friday Jan 22 | via Fairfax Times 

    Remembering the - First Lady of Reston'

    Priscilla Ames receives Best of Reston's preeminent Robert E. Simon Community Service Award from Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins in 2011.


  • Sunday Jan 17 | via 

    Joseph 'Joe' Kowalski, 51

    Joe was born and raised in northern Virginia and graduated from South Lakes High School in Reston. A lifelong bachelor, he moved around the country, living in cities such as Minneapolis, MN, Prescott, AZ, and Long Island, NY, before returning to his home town of Herndon.


  • Tuesday Jan 12 | via Milford Mirror 

    Obituary: Sandra a oeSandya MacDonald, 60, of Milford

    A loving sister, active grandmother and, above all else, a devoted mother, Sandra is survived by her son, David Miklus, of Macungie, Pa.; two daughters, Jill Miklus of Reston, Va. and Rebecca Miklus of Shelton; two sisters, Janice Delaney of Enfield and Laury DiMarco; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.


  • Jan 8, 2016 | via WTOP-FM Washington 

    Obituary: Priscilla Ames, Reston Pioneer

    Priscilla Ames, a resident of Reston since the mid-1960s who was involved in many community organizations, died on Friday after a long illness. She was 81. Ames was a fixture during Reston's formative years, working at Lake Anne Hall - the plaza's original community center - as well as on political campaigns for Hunter Mill Supervisor Cathy Hudgins and General Assembly members Janet Howell and Ken Plum.