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From The Richmond Times-Dispatch [VA]

Saturday, 25 Dec 1999


[Page B-3]

DEATHS
COMPILED FROM NEWS SOURCES

METRO



Banning, Mrs. Lee Puller, 42, of Varina, a dental coordinator for Dr. John Moncell, wife of Darren Banning.

Bischoff, Rudolph "Rudy," of Sandston, an insurance inspector.

Bowles, Mrs. Edna Davis, of Richmond, a retired DuPont Co. employee, widow of John Price Bowles.

Burke, Arthur W., 86, of Richmond, a retired Woody Funeral Home employee, a World War II Army veteran, husband of Emily P. Burke.

Connelly, George "Wiley" Jr., 57, of Richmond.

Grizzard, Mrs. Virginia Collins, 83, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Franklin W. Grizzard.

Grosch, Mrs. Emily, 78, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Albert R. Grosch.

Hasegawa, Ichiro, 84, of Richmond, a retired Philip Morris employee, husband of Marii Kyogoku Hasegawa.

Hornberger, Mrs. Jean Frye, of Richmond, wife of John A. Hornberger.

Huffman, Mrs. Edna, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Fleming D. Huffman.

Isbell, Mrs. Odessa Bagby, 88, of Richmond, a retired Virginia State Police employee, widow of G. Elwood Isbell.

Jenkins, Bernard Allen, 57, of Chesterfield, a retired supervisor for the Chesterfield County Department of Utilities, husband of Winnie Cubbage Jenkins.

Joyce, Mrs. Margaret Schroll, 95, of Richmond, a former secretary for Southern Railway Co., widow of Martin C. Joyce.

King, James L. "Roy" Jr., 46, of Richmond, a painter.

McCeney, Mrs. Nettie Cassada, 91, of Bon Air, one of Richmond's first female Realtors who last worked for Walter Pettus & Co., widow of George Dudley McCeney.

Sheridan, Christopher, 26, of Richmond, a chef at Azzuro's.

Slemaker, Charles I., 75, of Richmond, a World War II Army and Virginia National Guard veteran, a retired Reynolds Metals Co. employee, husband of Doris D. Slemaker.

Stovall, Gerald Lee Sr., 76, of Richmond, a retired Overnite Transportation Co. employee, a military veteran, husband of Dorothy Brooks Stovall.

Yonan, Mrs. Elishwa A., 95, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Yoel M. Yonan.

VIRGINIA

BARBOURSVILLE -- Powell, Mrs. Evelyn Lee, 77, formerly of Chesapeake, retired secretary for Indian River Baptist Church in Chesapeake, wife of P.A. Powell.

BUCKINGHAM -- Eanes, Mrs. Anne Miller, 68, a homemaker, wife of Bill Humphey and widow of Fred Thomas Eanes Sr.

CHASE CITY -- Johnson, Mrs. Edis Jennings, 95, a homemaker, widow of William Rufus Johnson . . .

Mull, Howard D., 89, a retired General Services Administration employee, widower of Shirley Price Mull and Flora Craig Mull.

CLARKSVILLE -- Hatcher, William Henry, 75 . . .

Wilborne, Mrs. Beatrice Winn, 80, a retired seamstress, widow of Walter Wilbourne.

HEATHSVILLE -- Pope, Mrs. Molly L., 78, a retired employee of C&P Telephone Co., now Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Virginia, wife of James H. Pope.

LANEXA -- Lowry, Charles L Sr., 64, a retired carpenter, a Korean War Navy veteran, husband of Lynda S. Lowry.

OLDHAMS -- Wilkins, Albert J., 75, a retired farmer, a World War II Army Veteran, husband of Erika H. Wilkins.

ORANGE -- Clatterbuck, Mrs. Edith Shiflet, 79, a homemaker, widow of Nealus F. Clatterbuck . . .

Gill, Mrs. Evelyn Watts, 93, retired organist for Trinity United Methodist Church in Orange, widow of Walton Curtis Gill Sr. . . .

Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Isabelle Naill, 81, formerly of Powhatan, a homemaker, widow of George Wilson Johnson . . .

Poindexter, Mrs. Julia Katherine Nixon, 65, a former pharmacy technician at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington.

WAVERLY -- Foster, Mrs. Margaret Waterfield, 97, a former public school teacher, widow of T.D. Foster Sr.

ELSEWHERE

Egan, Edward Raymond, 76, of Flagler Beach, Fla., formerly of Richmond, a retired federal employee, a World War II Navy veteran, husband of Doris Andrews Egan.

NOTABLES

Landowski, Marcel, 84, a French composer and conductor who from 1970 to 1974 was the French Ministry of Culture's first director of music, dance, and the lyrical arts, died Thursday in Paris.  Often called "Mr. Music," he pioneered a revival of music teaching in French schools.




Source -- The Richmond Times-Dispatch [Richmond, VA];  Saturday, 25 Dec 1999


Submitted and transcribed by: Susan Shields Sasek

[SSS Note -- characters or words in brackets [ ] are either my comments or items that I either could not read or wasn't sure about]


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