Richmond Obituaries

Richmond Obituaries

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  • Sunday | via WTVR Richmond 

    Stephanie Rochon and Reba Hollingsworth

    CBS 6 anchor and my dear friend, Stephanie Rochon , spent 15 years delivering reports on breast cancer through the eyes of the survivors and doctors on the front lines in her monthly Buddy Check 6 reports. Sadly, Stephanie died of cancer June 3, 2015.


  • Saturday | via Daily Mail 

    Blosom, a 6-foot-4 cow, officially recognized as the...

    The 6ft 4in cow Blosom is named world record holder as tallest cow ever only a month after passing away The 2,000-lb cow passed away on May 26 on a farm in northern Illinois at 13 years old Although she is no longer alive, the 2,000-lb cow was announced as the new record holder on June 25. Blosom, who was named by Guinness as the world's tallest living cow last August, died on a farm in northern Illinois on May 26 after holding that record for less than a year. Blosom, a 6-foot-4 cow, was officially been recognized as the tallest cow ever by Guinness World Records.


  • Friday Jul 3 | via 

    Obituary Notice: Emma E. Geisel

    Born Dec. 19, 1924 in Johnstown, she was a daughter of the late Lewis Rowland and Martha Gertrude Rowland Shingler. Mrs. Geisel was a 1941 graduate of Johnstown High School and had worked for Dr. Pat Gianopoulos.


  • Thursday Jul 2 | via Greene Publishing, Inc. 

    Obituaries: Charles "JJ" Livingston

    Charles Livingston, 59, went home on Saturday, June 27, 2015. Charles was born in Monticello, but he grew up in Greenville, Fl.


  • Saturday Jun 27 | via WNEM-TV Saginaw 


    He was traveling east on W. North County Line Road in Isabella County's Coldwater Township when he lost control of his vehicle and went off the road, police said. He was traveling east on W. North County Line Road in Isabella County's Coldwater Township when he lost control of his vehicle and went off the road, police said.


  • Friday Jun 26 | via The New Zealand Herald 

    Thousands expected for Obama's tribute to Charleston...

    " The first black president of the United States was coming to Charleston on Friday to eulogize the victims of a mass shooting at a historic African-American church, a tragedy that one civil rights activist said was a sign of "how far yet" the nation has to go to put racial tensions behind it. Thousands of mourners were expected to gather to hear President Barack Obama pay tribute to the Rev.


  • Friday Jun 26 | via Palladium-Item 

    Jesse Satterfield

    He married Elizabeth Moore and together raised 5 children - Everett Moore of Los Vegas, Na, Jessica Walls of Richmond, Shelia of Kokomo, Paula Wright of Richmond, and Jesse, Jr of Orlando, Fl.


  • Thursday Jun 25 | via Dayton Daily News 

    RANDOLPH, Douglas

    News Death Notice RANDOLPH, Douglas Passed away peacefully Tuesday afternoon at his farm that he loved dearly but that paled in comparison for his love of his two children, Douglas Randolph, Jr of Oakwood, OH, and his daughter Hilary Randolph Keller of Richmond, VA, and his four grandchildren Alexandra M. Randolph, Chase D. Randolph, Kaileigh P. Keller, and Grant F. Keller. He is also survived by his sister Donna Meyers of Columbus.


  • Tuesday Jun 23 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune 

    Gonzalez: Change name of Robert E. Lee Elementary

    This undated image provided by courtesy of the Library of Congress and PBS shows, Gen. Robert E. Lee, photographed by Mathew Brady on the back porch of his Richmond home, one week after surrendering his army.


  • Tuesday Jun 23 | via RollingStone 

    Flashback: See June Carter Cash Sing Future Husband'...

    Eighty-six years ago today, on June 23rd, 1929, in Maces Springs, Virginia, Valerie June Carter was born to Ezra and Maybelle Carter. By the time baby June was born, Maybelle was already a huge singing star as part of the Carter Family, a trio that included her brother-in-law, A.P. Carter and his wife, Sara.


  • Saturday Jun 20 | via Deseret News 

    A Mormon stake president's 'greatest sermon' was tau...

    Editor's note: In honor of Father's Day, the Deseret News talked to several noteworthy members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints about their fathers. As a businessman, Milan Dale Smith was an innovator in the food industry.


  • Saturday Jun 20 | via WNEM-TV Saginaw 

    Police arrest man who stole hearse with body inside

    A funeral home director said an escaped patient stole a transport vehicle from outside Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta on Sunday. Willie Watkins said the driver had just finished loading a body into the vehicle, and the man who stole it witnessed this happening.


  • Friday Jun 19 | via WRIC-TV Richmond 

    Third Street Bethel AME Church holds prayer vigil

    Congregations continued to gather across denominational lines on June 19 in the wake of the attack on the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Hundreds of people from all walks of life filled the pews at Third Street Bethel AME church as leaders prayed for peace.


  • Thursday Jun 18 | via WTVR Richmond 

    'I just can't believe it.' Bill Fitzgerald says good...

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Bill Fitzgerald co-anchored the WTVR CBS 6 News with Stephanie Rochon for six years. During the 6 p.m. newscast on June 3, 2015, he informed viewers that Stephanie had passed away after a battle with cancer .


  • Wednesday Jun 17 | via The News-Messenger 

    Randolph, Jennifer L.

    Jennifer L. Randolph BURGOON: Jennifer L. Randolph, 43, of Burgoon, died Monday June 15, 2015 in Richmond, VA. Arrangements are pending with Keller-Koch-Chudzinski Funeral Home, Fremont, OH.


  • Wednesday Jun 10 | via 

    Gerald A. Schoorens, 85

    Gerald A. Schoorens, 85, of New Bedford passed away Tuesday, June 9, 2015 in the New Bedford Healthcare Center. He was the husband of the late Frances Schoorens.


  • Tuesday Jun 9 | via CBS Local 

    Virginia Court Slows Down Sweet Briar College's Plan...

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  • Tuesday Jun 9 | via Journal Gazette 

    Court temporarily blocks closure of Sweet Briar College

    RICHMOND, Va. -- The Supreme Court of Virginia temporarily blocked the planned closure of 114-year-old Sweet Briar College on Tuesday, concluding that debate about the shuttering of the private school for women is "far from over."


  • Monday Jun 8 | via 

    It Wasn't Just What Was Inside This Hearse That Set ...

    It was a flag-draped coffin carrying an American military veteran sitting in the parking lot. And now some who saw it are speaking out.


  • Sunday Jun 7 | via Dayton Daily News 

    McMAHON, Kathryn Bradshaw

    News Death Notice McMAHON, Kathryn Bradshaw Of Dayton, Ohio and Richmond, Va. went to be with the Lord on May 22, 2015, at the young age of 96. She was preceded in death by the love of her life, husband Curtis McMahon and beloved brother John Paul "Jack" Bradshaw and sister Sarah Bradshaw Owens.