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Trudy Virginia Bateman1

Female
b. 30 October 1952, d. 3 August 1995


Father Willis S. Bateman1 b. 31 December 1917, d. 11 January 2005
Mother Eunice Unknown1
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Birth* 30 October 1952  Roanoke, Roanoke Co., VA1,2 
Death* 3 August 1995  Roanoke, Roanoke Co., VA, The SSDI gives the date as 4 Aug 1995.1,2 
News/Obit 4 August 1995  Death Notice,
BATEMAN

BATEMAN, Trudy Virginia 42, of Roanoke died Thursday, Aug. 3, 1995. Arrangements by Oakey's Roanoke Chapel.




Appeared in The Roanoke Times (VA) - August 4, 1995


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SSN* 4 August 1995  Trudy V BATEMAN
Birth Date: 30 Oct 1952
Death Date: 4 Aug 1995
Social Security Number: 229-66-9092
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Virginia
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 24018
Localities: Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia2 
News/Obit* 5 August 1995  Obituary,
BATEMAN

BATEMAN, Trudy Virginia, 42, of Roanoke, died Thursday, August 3, 1995, at her home. She was a lifelong member of Central Church of the Brethren. She had many interests including outdoor activities and volunteering with the Church of the Brethren Disaster Relief, Rescue Mission, and serving on her churches witness commission. Surviving are her father and mother, Willis and Eunice Bateman of Roanoke; two sisters, Pam Green of Roanoke, and Kay Carr of Roanoke; five aunts, Dorothy Cletis Richards of Roanoke, Pauline Diehl of McGaheysville, Va., Ernestine Bateman of Roanoke, Evelyn Miles of Lynchburg, Frances Laug of Green Valley, Ariz.; two nephews, John Green and David Green; two nieces, Meli ssa Carr and Karen Carr; and many close friends including Chris Pappas, Susan Gray, April Lail, Shelby Weikle, Hedy Crosswhite, all of Roanoke. Private services will be held at the graveside at the Evergreen Burial Park. A memorial service will be held at the Central Church of the Brethren at 1 p.m. Saturday, August 12, 1995. Omit flowers. Memorials may be made to Central Church of the Brethren, any animal protection organization and the Roanoke Memorial Hospice. Arrangements by Oakey's Roanoke Chapel.




Appeared in The Roanoke Times (VA) - August 5, 1995


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News/Obit 6 August 1995  Obituary,
BATEMAN

BATEMAN, Trudy Virginia, 42, of Roanoke, died Thursday, August 3, 1995 at her home. She was a lifelong member of Central Church of the Brethren. She had many interests including outdoor activities and volunteering with the Church of the Brethren Disaster Relief, Rescue Mission and serving on her church's witness commission. Surviving are her father and mother, Willis and Eunice Bateman, Roanoke; two sisters, Pam Green and Kay Carr, Roanoke; two nephews, John Green and David Green; two nieces, Melissa Carr and Karen Carr, all of Roanoke; five aunts, Dorothy Cletis Richards, Roanoke, Pauline Diehl McGaheysville, Va., Ernestine Bateman, Roanoke, Evelyn Miles, Lynchburg, Frances Lang, Green Valley, Ariz.; and many close friends, including Chris Pappas, Susan Grey, April Lail, Shelby Weikle and Hedy Crosswhite, all of Roanoke. Private services were held at the grave at Evergreen Burial Park, Saturday, August 5, 1995. A memorial service will be held at the Central Church of the Brethren 1 p.m. Saturday, August 12, 1995. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials be made to Central Church of the Brethren, Roanoke Memorial Hospice or any animal protection agency. Arrangements by Oakey's Roanoke Chapel.




Appeared in The Roanoke Times (VA) - August 6, 1995


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News/Obit 11 August 1995  Obituary,
BATEMAN

BATEMAN, Trudy Virginia, 42, of Roanoke, died Thursday, August 3, 1995, at her home. She was a lifelong member of Central Church of the Brethren. She had many interests, including outdoor activities and volunteering with the Church of the Brethren Disaster Relief, Rescue Mission, and serving on her church's witness commission. Surviving are her father and mother, Willis and Eunice Bateman of Roanoke; two sisters, Pam Green and Kay Carr of Roanoke; two nephews, John Green and David Green; two nieces, Melissa Carr and Karen Carr, all of Roanoke; five aunts, Dorothy Cletis Richards, Roanoke, Pauline Diehl, McGaheysville; Ernestine Bateman, Roanoke, Evelyn Miles of Lynchburg, Frances Lang of Green Valley, Ariz.; and many close friends including Chris Pappas, Susan Gray, April Lail, Shelby Weikle, and Hedy Crosswhite, all of Roanoke. Private services were held at the grave at Evergreen Burial Park Saturday, August 5, 1995. A memorial service will be held at the Central Church of the Brethren 1 p.m. Saturday, August 12, 1995, conducted by the Rev. David A. Yingling and the Rev. Glenn E. Kinsel. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials may be made to the Central Church of the Brethren, Roanoke Memorial Hospice or any animal protection agency. Arrangements by Oakey's Roanoke Chapel.




Appeared in The Roanoke Times (VA) - August 11, 1995


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Citations
  1. [S323] News Bank.
  2. [S129] SSDI Death Index,.


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