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1957, Mr. Edward Pennington Lambert Jr.
EDWARD PENNINGTON "Penny" LAMBERT, JR. '57 died on June 2, 2018. An avid outdoorsman, Penny enjoyed hunting, fishing, snow skiing, and music festivals. He is fondly remembered for his incredible sense of humor. Penny is survived by his wife of 50 years, three daughters, and three granddaughters. | 2018-06-22 14:22:33


1960, Mr. Henry Thomas Davis Jr.
HENRY THOMAS "TOM" DAVIS, JR. '60 died on June 2, 2018. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha at Hampden-Sydney, Tom was was an avid golfer who made friends wherever he went and cherished fishing with his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, two sons, and five grandchildren. | 2018-06-22 13:39:30


1949, Mr. William Preston Groseclose
WILLIAM PRESTON GROSECLOSE '49 died on June 7, 2018, at the age of 92. Bill served in the Pacific Theater on the USS Brush from 1942-45, then attended Hampden-Sydney after the war. After graduating from H-SC, he began a career in furniture sales before moving to the textile industry as manager of retail operations for Fieldcrest, Inc. He retired in 1987 to enjoy family trips, tee-times, bridge games, church work, and civil engagement. Bill devoted much time to Leaksville United Methodist Church, Meals on Wheels, Cooperative Christian Ministries Food Pantry, the Red Cross Blood Drive, and Yokefellow Prison Ministry. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, three daughters, and four grandchildren. | 2018-06-22 12:19:24


Advanced Studies

2002, Dr. Chad Michael Krouse
CHAD KROUSE '02 graduated with a doctoral degree in education on May 12, 2018, from Virginia Commonwealth University, where he serves as executive director of regional giving. | 2018-05-12 19:48:56


2012, Dr. Osric Forrest
OSRIC FORREST '12 earned his Ph.D. in Immunology from Emory University in May 2018. He will be relocating to Boston to work as a postdoctoral research associate at EMD Serono, an affiliate of Merck KGaA. | 2018-05-09 14:22:10


1984, Dr. Garrett Chapman Jeter
GARRETT CHAPMAN JETER '84 earned a Ph.D. in English with a specialization in British literature from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, in May. He spent four years serving in the university's newly-formed graduate-student government and was a member of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. | 2018-04-01 20:14:35


2016, Mr. John Taylor Kroencke
JOHN KROENCKE '16 earned his master's degree in economics from George Mason University in December 2017. He is a second year Ph.D. student. | 2018-02-11 19:01:45


2014, Walker Cole 35213
WALKER COLE '14 graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in December with a master's degree in public health. He currently serves as the recruitment manager for Pack Health, one of Birmingham's fastest growing companies. | 2018-01-30 16:20:14


2015, Mr. Christopher Bernardo Hall
CHRISTOPHER BERNARDO HALL '15 graduated from Elon University School of Law in December 2017. | 2018-01-03 15:53:27


2014, Mr. Michael Donnell Casterlow
MICHAEL DONNELL CASTERLOW '14 graduated from Elon University School of Law in December 2017. | 2018-01-03 15:52:22


Brothers We'll Remember

1957, Mr. Edward Pennington Lambert Jr.
EDWARD PENNINGTON "Penny" LAMBERT, JR. '57 died on June 2, 2018. An avid outdoorsman, Penny enjoyed hunting, fishing, snow skiing, and music festivals. He is fondly remembered for his incredible sense of humor. Penny is survived by his wife of 50 years, three daughters, and three granddaughters. | 2018-06-22 14:22:33


1960, Mr. Henry Thomas Davis Jr.
HENRY THOMAS "TOM" DAVIS, JR. '60 died on June 2, 2018. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha at Hampden-Sydney, Tom was was an avid golfer who made friends wherever he went and cherished fishing with his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, two sons, and five grandchildren. | 2018-06-22 13:39:30


1949, Mr. William Preston Groseclose
WILLIAM PRESTON GROSECLOSE '49 died on June 7, 2018, at the age of 92. Bill served in the Pacific Theater on the USS Brush from 1942-45, then attended Hampden-Sydney after the war. After graduating from H-SC, he began a career in furniture sales before moving to the textile industry as manager of retail operations for Fieldcrest, Inc. He retired in 1987 to enjoy family trips, tee-times, bridge games, church work, and civil engagement. Bill devoted much time to Leaksville United Methodist Church, Meals on Wheels, Cooperative Christian Ministries Food Pantry, the Red Cross Blood Drive, and Yokefellow Prison Ministry. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, three daughters, and four grandchildren. | 2018-06-22 12:19:24


1949, Dr. Winfield Massie
Dr. WINFIELD MASSIE '49 died on May 17, 2018. After graduating from Hampden-Sydney, he earned a master's degree in genetics from Virginia Tech and a doctorate of veterinary medicine degree from Texas A&M. He worked for the Virginia Department of Agriculture, retiring as supervisor for the eastern part of the state. During his 30 years with the department, Winfield helped make meat safe for human consumption through the eradication of several livestock diseases in Eastern Virginia, while his diligent inspection practices prevented the introduction of new diseases from abroad. In retirement, he authored a book about his career and was a docent at the Houston Zoo for 20 years. He was active in the Rotary Club and the Episcopal Church, serving on the vestry for many years, and had a lifelong love of animals, the Texas Aggies, target shooting, and books. Winfield is survived by his wife of 56 years, two children, and three grandchildren. His son, Frank D. Massie '88, also attended H-SC. | 2018-06-08 12:43:11


2006, Mr. Chad Scott Southward
CHAD SCOTT SOUTHWARD '06 died on May 27, 2018, after battling chronic rejection of his lungs. He earned his degree in English from Hampden-Sydney, then taught secondary education and worked diligently at the United Network for Organ Sharing. As a survivor of three double-lung transplants, Chad was a powerful advocate for organ donation and his life served as an inspiration to others. He lived for his family and, despite his health challenges, exuded joy everywhere he went. He is survived by his wife and two sons. | 2018-06-07 11:57:39


1940, Dr. William Belker White
Dr. WILLIAM BELKER WHITE '40 died on May 24, 2018, at the age of 99. He received both B.A. and B.S. degrees from Hampden-Sydney, earned his M.A. from Lehigh University, then served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Collett in the Pacific Theater until 1946. While working on his Ph.D. in English at Lehigh University, he was called back into service for the Korean War, serving two years on the USS Gyatt. After receiving his doctorate, he taught at Salem College for 29 years and was chair of the English department for 11 years. He was a member of Grace Episcopal Church in Yorktown and the St. Andrew's Society of Williamsburg. He is survived by his daughter and two grandchildren. | 2018-05-30 16:16:05


1951, Mr. Randolph Bolling Chichester
RANDOLPH BOLLING "DEO" CHICHESTER '51 died on May 26, 2018. At Hampden-Sydney, he played varsity tennis and was a member of Sigma Chi. After graduation, Deo attended Naval Officer Training School and served as a lieutenant aboard the USS Borie in the Mediterranean. He graduated from UVA Law School in 1958, then joined the Richmond law firm Christian, Marks, Scott and Spicer, later known as Williams Mullen. After retiring, he managed Muhleman Investments, a family real estate company. Deo was a member of the Country Club of Virginia, Sons of the American Revolution, the Virginia Bar, the American Bar, the Heritage Foundation, and St. James Episcopal Church. One of the great joys of his life was playing tennis, at H-SC and beyond. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, three children, 13 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. | 2018-05-30 14:14:51


1950, The Rev. John Daingerfield Alfriend
The Rev. JOHN DAINGERFIELD ALFRIEND '50 died on May 22, 2018. John enlisted in the Navy when he graduated from high school in 1945; after the war, he attended Hampden-Sydney, where he was an active member of Sigma Chi, then earned a Master in Divinity degree in 1959 from Virginia Theological Seminary. An ordained Episcopal priest for over 53 years, John presided over numerous parishes in Virginia and West Virginia, where he made both young people and the elderly a focus of his ministry. He helped establish the retreat center Chanco on the James; was instrumental in the creation of FOCUS, a community social services group that combats drug use; formed the Norfolk Interfaith Coalition for the Elderly; and created the Eastern Panhandle Free Clinic to address the lack of healthcare available to the poor and underserved in five WV counties. He sat on the board of directors for the National Council on the Aging, in addition to numerous faith-based and civic boards to foster aid for the socially disadvantaged and to ease racial tension. He preached his last sermon at the age of 89. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, their six children, 11 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. | 2018-05-30 13:56:29


1980, Mr. Will R. Shelnut II
WILLIE ROBERT SHELNUT II '80 died on May 16, 2018, after a long illness. Will studied philosophy and government at Hampden-Sydney, graduated with distinction, then was the owner of FotoFast in Lynchburg for many years. He is survived by his wife and two children. | 2018-05-29 14:32:45


1979, Mr. Gelon S. Hobbs III
GELON S. "TRIP" HOBBS III '79 died on May 7, 2018. Trip earned his English degree at Hampden-Sydney, receiving the Garnet Poetry Prize and serving as captain of the rugby team. He also earned his master's degree in education from Old Dominion University in 1991. Trip's career in education included almost twenty years of service at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, where he taught honors English, served as upper school director of admissions, and coached numerous sports. He then worked for Dare County Schools in North Carolina's Outer Banks for more than twenty years, serving as a principal, director of personnel, director of instruction, and most recently, as the school system's chief operations officer. He won numerous awards, including teacher of the year, principal of the year, and a national outstanding communicator award. Trip loved surfing, fishing at the beach, and projects around the house. He is survived by his wife, four stepchildren, 17 grandchildren, and 1 great-grandchild. | 2018-05-15 16:10:20


1978, Dr. Philip Nelson Light
Dr. PHILIP NELSON LIGHT '78 died on May 9, 2018, after a battle with leukemia. After Hampden-Sydney, Philip graduated at the top of his class at Eastern Virginia Medical School and completed his residency in ophthalmology. In 2003, he founded the Eye Center of Greenbrier Valley, located in Lewisburg, WV, where he ministered faithfully to his patients through his thoughtful and diligent work. Philip was an avid outdoorsman, sailor, skier, soccer coach, and musician who approached every aspect of life with spirit, drive, and tenacity. His abiding passion, however, was his family. He sought to instill in his three children, by example and words, a zest for life and the pursuit of greatness through hard work, careful planning, and sound judgement. | 2018-05-15 15:46:59


1944, The Rev. Allan Christian Anderson
The Rev. ALLAN CHRISTIAN ANDERSON '44 died on May 1, 2018. He graduated magna cum laude from Hampden-Sydney, studied agriculture at Virginia Tech, then graduated from Union Theological Seminary in 1949. Allan served at Presbyterian churches in Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Texas, where he was known for building strong congregations, for his pastoral care, and for his commitment to social justice. In Memphis, he supported the sanitation workers' strike prior to Martin Luther King's assassination; following the 1968 shooting, he preached a sermon against racism that led to personal threats against his family and home, but resulted in numerous deep friendships. Allan also served as a chaplain in the National Guard for 27 years, retiring at the rank of Lt. Colonel. He even attended "jump school" at the age of 40 in order to join an airborne division. He kept close ties with his family farm in Virginia, maintaining the 1745 farmhouse and planting pines on his portion of land. His brothers, the Rev. George A. Anderson '37 and the Rev. F. Sidney Anderson, Jr. '41, also attended H-SC. | 2018-05-11 16:45:49


1965, Mr. Michael Kent Vaughan Sr.
MICHAEL KENT VAUGHAN, SR. '65 died on April 20, 2018. He was a U.S. Army veteran, a Mason, a Pi Kappa Alpha brother, and an active member of the Church of the Holy Comforter in Richmond. He is survived by his son and granddaughters. | 2018-05-11 15:43:31


1950, Mr. Phillip M. Snyder III
PHILIP M. SNYDER III '50 died on February 27, 2018. At Hampden-Sydney, he was a member of Kappa Alpha and the football, track, and golf teams. He is survived by his wife, their four children, and their five grandchildren. | 2018-05-11 15:42:31


1952, The Rev. Lawrence Wilton Avent
The Rev. LAWRENCE WILTON AVENT '52 died on April 25, 2018. After serving as a staff sergeant with the U.S. Army in Europe from 1945-47, Larry graduated from Hampden-Sydney and Union Theological Seminary and was ordained a Presbyterian minister. He pastored churches throughout Virginia and North Carolina, where he was known for his courage and conviction, his preaching and pastoral ministry, and his genuine love and compassion for his congregations and the less fortunate. He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. | 2018-05-11 15:08:21


1957, Dr. Walter Lee Grubb Jr.
Dr. WALTER LEE GRUBB, JR. '57 died on April 17, 2018. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha and the football team at Hampden-Sydney, Walt completed his M.D. and residency at the Medical College of Virginia, then served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps in Italy and at Fort Belvoir. He returned to MCV as a professor of diagnostic radiology before joining Charlotte Radiology in 1971. He retired from medical practice in 1995. An avid golfer, recreational scuba diver, and private pilot who was fascinated by history, Walt realized a lifelong dream when he piloted a P-51 D Mustang. He also enjoyed reading and jazz music, and was a member of Providence United Methodist Church for over 30 years. Walt's son, Dr. Walter Lee Grubb III '89, followed in his footsteps at Hampden-Sydney. | 2018-04-20 14:44:38


1952, Mr. William Eugene Coleman Jr.
WILLIAM EUGENE COLEMAN, JR. '52 died on April 5, 2018. He served in the U.S. Army and had a career in the savings and loan industry before founding C&T Builders. Bill was an outdoorsman, reader, and woodworker, also known for his large garden and homemade pies and applesauce. He was a member of the Richmond Rotary Club, Richmond Dove Association, and James River Retriever Club. His son Stephen A. Coleman '91 followed in his footsteps at Hampden-Sydney. | 2018-04-19 12:10:55


1951, Mr. Lawrence Taylor Berry Jr.
LAWRENCE TAYLOR BERRY, JR. '51 died on April 7, 2018, after a long illness. He served with the U.S. Army in Germany during the Korean War, then spent his career in the insurance industry, retiring from USF&G in 1990. He was an avid skier, bowler, golfer, and bodysurfer, activities that he enjoyed with his family by his side. | 2018-04-19 11:37:31


1991, Mr. William Ripley West
WILLIAM RIPLEY "RIP" WEST '91 died on April 3, 2018. The Dallas native entered the insurance business after college, following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father and showing great dedication to his clients. Rip also loved the outdoors, especially skiing and camping; he became an expert in growing and planting trees, and even started a small business as a result of the hobby. An avid reader, Rip was always willing to express his views on sports, politics, books, or life in general. | 2018-04-17 16:26:50


1986, Mr. James Richard Daniel
JAMES RICHARD "JAY" DANIEL '86 died on March 30, 2018. He studied biology at Hampden-Sydney, then worked for the U.S. Department of Defense. He was an avid fan of the UNC Tarheels and the Washington Redskins, and he enjoyed fishing and spending time in the Outer Banks. He is survived by two children. | 2018-04-17 15:50:00


1950, Mr. Robert Edward Johnson
ROBERT EDWARD JOHNSON '50 died on February 18, 2018. Bob was a member of Sigma Chi and served in the U.S. Navy after graduating from H-SC. He then returned to his hometown of Abingdon, taking over the family grocery and florist businesses after his father's death and developing several residential communities and business properties. He served on the board of directors of the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce, the Virginia Highlands Society, and the Washington County National Bank; was elected to the Abingdon town council; and was president of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce and district chairman of the National Federation of Independent Businessmen. Bob served the Abingdon United Methodist Church as chairman of the board of stewards, finance committee, and music committee, and he enjoyed golf, big band and jazz music, and classic and sports cars. | 2018-04-17 15:05:53


1951, Mr. Stephen Collins Wright
STEPHEN COLLINS WRIGHT '51 died on March 15, 2018. After graduating with a B.S. in biology from Hampden-Sydney, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War, attaining the rank of major. He then embarked on a career as an aerospace engineer with Grumman Aircraft Corporation. He was a member of Trinity Ecumenical Parrish in Moneta and enjoyed reading, studying history, and making model airplanes. His son Gary E. Wright '76 also attended H-SC. | 2018-04-17 14:07:05


1944, Mr. Henry Watkins Brockenbrough
HENRY WATKINS BROCKENBROUGH '44 died on March 11, 2018. After graduating cum laude from Hampden-Sydney, he served in World War II as a U.S. Naval Reserve lieutenant on a Landing Craft Infantry (LCI) assault ship in North Africa, Italy, and Southern France. He earned his law degree from the University of Virginia after the war and began a lengthy career with State Planters Bank and Trust Company, now SunTrust, retiring in 1984 as senior vice-president in charge of trust. He then served as trust counsel for Crestar Bank and entered private law practice with Kimberly A. Pinchbeck, P.C. until fully retiring in 2008. He served as president of the Richmond Estate Planning Council, chairman of the Virginia Bankers Association trust committee, director and chairman of the Tuckahoe YMCA, and elder at St. Giles Presbyterian Church and Tuckahoe Presbyterian Church. He was also a former president and 50-year member of The Cohoke Club (West Point). He loved gardening, fishing, boxing, running, and storytelling with his children and grandchildren. | 2018-04-17 13:31:13


1946, Mr. John Graff Armistead
JOHN GRAFF ARMISTEAD '46 died on March 8, 2018. A member of Theta Chi at Hampden-Sydney, he graduated cum laude in Physics after serving in the Army Air Corps during World War II. John was an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Fort Belvoir, where he retired as chief of the surveying division of the topographic developments laboratory. He received the Meritorious Civilian Service Medal, the Army Research and Development Achievement Award, and the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service for his work in satellite telemetry and mapping programs. John had an extremely curious, scientific mind, was an avid reader, and learned to fly RC model airplanes at the age of 90. He was a lifelong member of the Episcopal Church. John is survived by his wife of 64 years, 2 daughters, and 4 grandchildren. | 2018-04-17 12:22:42


1957, Rev. Dr. Edgar Caldwell Mayse
The Rev. Dr. EDGAR CALDWELL MAYSE '57 died on March 2, 2018. He graduated magna cum laude from Hampden-Sydney, then earned his Master of Divinity degree cum laude from Union Theological Seminary. He returned to Union in the early 1970s to earn Master and Doctor of Theology degrees with an emphasis in American church history. Dr. Mayse authored numerous articles for the American Journal of Presbyterian History, and in 1993 he co-edited a collection of essays, "The History of the Household of Faith." He served as an ordained Presbyterian minister for 58 years, leading congregations in Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, and Alabama. Twice Dr. Mayse returned to Hampden-Sydney as the interim college chaplain and pastor of College Church, in 2003 and 2009. | 2018-04-17 12:03:33


1958, Mr. John F. Hodges Jr.
JOHN F. HODGES, JR. '58 died on December 18, 2017. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps after attending Hampden-Sydney, then worked as a civil engineer for J.A. Jones Construction Company for 30 years before retiring to Florida in 1989. He is survived by his wife of 62 years. | 2018-04-17 11:20:27


1949, Mr. Jack Alvin Glascock
JACK ALVIN GLASCOCK '49 died on March 2, 2018. He served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II before studying science at Hampden-Sydney. After graduation, he returned to his high school alma mater, Woodberry Forest, where he was a chemistry teacher and athletic coach for 42 years. He was a master teacher both in the classroom and on the athletic field, teaching students to be honest, fair, and to believe in themselves. In retirement, he enjoyed playing golf on his favorite course at Woodberry Forest, where he was a frequent club champion, and was an ardent supporter of UVA athletics. | 2018-04-16 16:54:22


1948, Rev. Dr. Lewis H. Lancaster Jr.
The Rev. Dr. LEWIS H. LANCASTER, JR. '48 died on February 13, 2018. Lew grew up in China, the son of Presbyterian missionary Lewis Holladay Lancaster, H-SC class of 1909. After Hampden-Sydney, Lew graduated from Union Theological Seminary and raised his five children in Japan, where he, too, served as a Presbyterian missionary. He later worked in the office of ecumenical relations at the church headquarters in Atlanta and Louisville. He devoted his working life to the Presbyterian church, rebuilding relationships among Christians and people of diverse cultures. An activist who participated in peaceful protests throughout his life, Lew built houses two days a week with Habitat for Humanity in his retirement. He sang bass in the church choir most of his life. | 2018-04-16 16:38:04


1997, Mr. Eric Amos Tinnell
ERIC AMOS TINNELL '97 died on February 12, 2018. While a student at H-SC, Eric became an EMT with the Prince Edward County Volunteer Rescue and a firefighter with the Hampden-Sydney Volunteer Fire Department. He became president and captain of the rescue squad, running 725 volunteer calls in 1996. He graduated cum laude from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond in 2000 and embarked on an 18-year career as a private-practice attorney. He also served as an assistant commonwealth's attorney for Fluvanna and Prince Edward Counties from 2005-2009 and was appointed a substitute district court judge for the Tenth Judicial Circuit in 2015. | 2018-04-16 16:16:27


1967, Mr. Leign S. Fultz
LEIGH SULLIVAN FULTZ '67 died on February 15, 2018. He was a member of Theta Chi and president of the student government at Hampden-Sydney. After service in the U.S. Army, he pursued an insurance career in Winston-Salem, eventually founding The Cambridge Companies and The Fultz Company. Leigh became a nationally recognized leader in insurance and executive benefits for businesses, publishing articles in industry journals, speaking to groups nationwide, and receiving numerous awards throughout his career. He was also successful in real estate development. He enjoyed athletics--most recently cycling, riding over a hundred miles each week--as well as sailing and traveling with his wife of 49 years. | 2018-04-16 15:50:33


1965, Mr. Clarence Knight Garrard Jr.
CLARENCE KNIGHT "CHUCK" GARRARD, JR. '65 died on January 28, 2018. After Hampden-Sydney, he served two years in the U.S. Navy and worked in sales for many years before founding his own business, Trees-N-More. He was an Eagle Scout and master gardener who enjoyed playing tennis, fishing, and bird hunting. | 2018-04-16 13:48:10


1954, Mr. Joseph Lee Wallace Jr.
JOSEPH LEE WALLACE, JR. '54 died on January 29, 2018. He served in the Pacific Theater in World War II with the U.S. Coast Guard before graduating from Hampden-Sydney and embarking on a 35-year career as an insurance agent. He was a partner with Staunton Insurance Agency at the time of his retirement. He held leadership positions and taught Sunday School for many years at Second Presbyterian Church and was active with the Boy Scouts of American and other community groups. His son, James W. Wallace '79, also attended Hampden-Sydney. | 2018-04-13 11:19:57


1949, Mr. Edward Wyllys Taylor
EDWARD WYLLYS TAYLOR '49 died on February 10, 2018. Edward served in the U.S. Navy at the end of World War II, then enrolled at Hampden-Sydney, where he played basketball and golf. He spent the first half of his career designing, constructing, and operating chemical plants; later in his career he enjoyed interests in citrus, real estate development and construction, environmental, and bottled water businesses. He was an avid golfer and an active member of First Presbyterian Church in Lakeland, Florida, where he led Bible studies, taught Sunday school, and helped oversee construction of the church's current facility. His son Edward W. Taylor, Jr. '76 also attended Hampden-Sydney. | 2018-04-11 15:47:31


1963, Mr. Lewis C. Everett
LEWIS C. EVERETT '63 died on January 28, 2017, from leukemia. Lewis' athleticism and drive as a high school student garnered the attention of two benefactors who funded his Hampden-Sydney education. He became a star football player for the Tigers, earning First-Team All-American honors and setting the College record for longest punt with a 62-yard kick against Randolph-Macon—a record that still stands. He also competed in track and field, captained the wrestling team, and was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. After Hampden-Sydney, Lewis proudly served as an Army First Lieutenant in Vietnam and was awarded the Bronze Star. He then began his career in securities at Merrill Lynch, eventually joining Wheat First Securities in Richmond. He retired as vice chairman of Wheat First in 1999, enjoying golf, tennis, and sport fishing when he wasn’t traveling the world with his wife Leanna. Lewis’ generosity to Hampden-Sydney College is evident in the football stadium that bears his name, the Lewis C. Everett Stadium constructed in 2007. It was on the Hampden-Sydney football field that Lewis learned lifelong lessons about teamwork, perseverance, and overcoming adversity, and he was proud to give back to his alma mater. | 2018-01-31 14:17:26


1962, Mr. Charles Anderson Ferguson II
CHARLES ANDERSON "CHARLEY" FERGUSON II '62 died on June 17, 2017, due to complications from a fall. A four-year member of the Hampden-Sydney golf team, Charley played on the Tiger squads that won the 1959 Mason-Dixon Golf Championship and took the 1960 Little Eight conference crown. He was a lifelong resident of Newport News and is survived by his wife of 53 years, their four children, and 12 grandchildren. His brothers William M. Ferguson, Jr. '59 and David Lane Ferguson '65 also attended Hampden-Sydney, as did several of his nephews. | 2018-01-26 16:37:30


1943, Dr. Gilbert S. Campbell
Dr. GILBERT S. CAMPBELL JR. '43 died on January 9, 2018, at the age of 94. Gil enrolled at Hampden-Sydney when he was just 15 years old, then attended the University of Virginia, where he earned his medical degree in 1946. He completed further advanced degrees at the University of Minnesota, served as head of the experimental lab at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and earned two Silver Stars, two Bronze Stars, and a Purple Heart in Korea. Gil was on the forefront of open-heart surgery, performing his first in 1955. In 1965, he became chair of the department of surgery at the University of Arkansas medical school, where he earned many accolades until his retirement in 2000. | 2018-01-16 09:29:46


1951, Mr. Walter Vance Hall
WALTER VANCE HALL '51 died on January 6, 2018. Vance was a member of Kappa Sigma who served in the U.S. Navy after graduating from Hampden-Sydney, then earned a degree in foreign service from Georgetown University. His career as a foreign service officer included posts in South Korea, Italy, and Fiji, as well as the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in Vienna, Austria. He retired in 1982, but continued to work in the State Department on freedom of information cases until 2000. Vance was a member of the board of directors of the Historic Alexandria Foundation and the American Library Company. He also served two terms on the Alexandria Archeology Commission and was a member of the Metropolitan Club. He enjoyed traveling, gardening, reading, and cooking, and he tutored children in the Alexandria public schools for almost 20 years. Vance was a lifelong member of North Farnham Parish Church and an active parishioner at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Alexandria. He is survived by his wife of 54 years and two sons. | 2018-01-12 13:06:58


1985, Maj. Turner Bartlett Thackston IV
Maj. TURNER BARTLETT "TEE" THACKSTON IV '85 died on December 31, 2017, after a six-year battle with a rare neurological disease. After his sophomore year at Hampden-Sydney, Tee was commissioned as an Army second lieutenant and joined the Virginia National Guard. Upon graduation, he became an Apache helicopter pilot, winning the Top Gun award for his unit. Tee retired after 21 years of active duty, then became an instructor at the Army Command and General Staff College in Fort Leavenworth, KS. He was an avid sportsman and outdoorsman with a passion for bird hunting and dog training; other hobbies included scuba diving and riding his Harley Davidson. He was an Eagle Scout, a member of the Order of the Arrow, and a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. His greatest achievement, though, was raising his three sons into exceptional young men. He is remembered as a devoted father, husband, grandfather, and friend. | 2018-01-05 11:56:50


1952, Dr. Charles Hanson Peterson Jr.
Dr. CHARLES HANSON PETERSON, JR. '52 died on January 3, 2018. He earned his MD from the University of Virginia in 1956, then completed an internship in England, residency at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut, and fellowship in gastroenterology at UVA. He served as a physician in the U.S. Coast Guard before entering private practice in Roanoke. In 2014, he retired after more than 60 years of medical practice, but he continued grand rounds at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital until July of 2017. Dr. Peterson was a member of the American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, Medical Society of Virginia, and Roanoke Academy of Medicine. He served twice as chief of staff at Community Hospital and was an instructor at the University of Virginia Medical School for 18 years. An active member of the Rotary Club and First Baptist Church, he also volunteered his time with the Bradley Free Clinic, Meals on Wheels, and Blue Ridge Literacy. He loved to travel, participating in several medical mission trips to Kenya and Peru, as well as regularly hosting physicians from Africa on their trips to the U.S. for professional development. He was a constant optimist and an expert whistler, whose happy greetings and whistled renditions of Seventy-Six Trombones will be missed. | 2018-01-04 12:44:40


2002, Mr. Hamilton Nobles
HAMILTON NOBLES '02 died on December 27, 2017, after a lengthy illness. In high school, Hamilton earned his pilot's license and was an Eagle Scout; at Hampden-Sydney, he was a member of the Chi Phi fraternity. An animal and outdoor enthusiast, Hamilton was a river guide in the Nantahala Gorge in North Carolina prior to his illness. | 2018-01-04 12:18:54


1950, Rev. V. Neil Wyrick Jr.
The Rev. V. NEIL WYRICK, JR. '50 died on December 17, 2017. Although he was an accomplished pianist, Neil chose a career in ministry, graduating from Union Theological Seminary in 1954. The following year, he founded Palmetto Presbyterian Church in Miami, a congregation that grew from 8 members to almost 800. In 1968, Neil devoted himself full-time to evangelistic work, traveling the world presenting his one-man dramas. He is perhaps best known for his productions of the Easter pageant in the Orange Bowl during the 1960s. He also served as director of the Miami Council of Churches and as interim pastor of several Miami-area churches. Neil was a prolific writer, authoring ten books and publishing hundreds of articles in national magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post, The American Home, and Family Circle. He is survived by his wife of 48 years and their seven children. | 2018-01-04 11:37:50


1950, Dr. John M. Quarles
Dr. JOHN M. QUARLES '50 died on January 1, 2018, at the age of 90. John's studies at Hampden-Sydney were interrupted by his brother's death in WWII; at that time, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served until 1950. He then finished his degree at H-SC, attended the Medical College of Virginia, completed his internship at DePaul Hospital, and embarked on a 50-year career as a family practice physician. He was active with the Peninsula Academy of Medicine, the Peninsula Heart Association, the Hampton Roads Academy of General Practice, the Medical Society of Virginia, and the Hampton Medical Society. He served as secretary and president of the executive committee at Riverside Regional Medical Center and provided medical care for the residents of the Patrick Henry Nursing Home. John also gave back to the community through his volunteer work with the Lions Club and the Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic, as well as his six years as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors in York County. An active member of Yorkminster Presbyterian Church, he served as an elder and Sunday school teacher. John enjoyed all manner of outdoor activities, had his private pilot's license, played tennis into his 80s, and played golf up to the week before his death. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, their six children, and 16 grandchildren. His sons John M. Quarles, Jr. '79, Dr. Peter R. Quarles '85, and Daniel R. Quarles '93 also attended Hampden-Sydney. | 2018-01-04 10:44:09


1954, Dr. John Milton Miller Jr.
Dr. JOHN MILTON MILLER, JR. '54 died on December 21, 2017. After graduating cum laude from Hampden-Sydney, Milton earned his M.D. from the Medical College of Virginia in 1958. He completed residencies in internal medicine and hematology oncology, served two years as a doctor in the U.S. Navy, and then was a compassionate and dedicated physician at Lewis Gale Clinic in Salem, VA, for 44 years. He enjoyed playing tennis, gardening, and traveling; an active member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church, he sang in the choir, taught Sunday school, and served as camp physician at Pheobe Needles summer camp. Milton was a devoted husband to his wife of 57 years and a loving father to their four daughters. | 2018-01-04 10:03:02


1993, Mr. Christopher Scott Rosati
CHRISTOPHER SCOTT ROSATI '93 died on October 18, 2017, after a courageous battle with ALS. Chris was a soccer player at H-SC who went on to a successful career in health care, marketing, and entrepreneurship. After being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, however, he sifted his focus to making the world a better place through creative acts of kindness, like hijacking a Krispy Kreme truck and giving away the donuts at city parks and hospitals. (Krispy Kreme learned of his plan and donated the truck and the donuts.) Chris founded Inspire MEdia Network, a nonprofit that funds and films people spreading kindness, then shares their stories to inspire others to do the same. The organization also gives $50 "butterfly grants" to school-aged children around the world who want to do good. Chris' story reached national audiences when CBS News learned of his efforts and produced a series documenting his battle with ALS and his philanthropic efforts. | 2017-12-19 12:59:37


1951, Mr. John Armstrong Locke
JOHN ARMSTRONG "JACK" LOCKE '51 died on December 8, 2017. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, then played basketball at Hampden-Sydney. John worked as an electrician at NACA (NASA) until his retirement in 1981. He loved sports, coaching youth basketball for over 50 years and playing tennis until the age of 91. | 2017-12-18 16:33:12


1962, Mr. Charles Edward Hubbard
CHARLES EDWARD HUBBARD '62 died on November 24, 2017. Charlie was a member of the George Washington High School (Danville) baseball team that won consecutive state championships in 1953 and 1954. He then served two years in the U.S. Navy before attending Hampden-Sydney and earning his law degree at Washington and Lee. After 50 years practicing law in North Carolina, Charlie was honored by both the North Carolina Bar Association and the Caswell County District Bar, which named its collegiality award in his honor. Always a strong supporter of the law enforcement community, in recent years he was active promoting camaraderie between the North Carolina and Virginia state law enforcement agencies. The North Carolina State Highway Patrol honored Charlie's dedication by awarding him "Honorary State Trooper" status. He was an avid reader, a lover of history, and a benefactor to local community athletic programs; he loved tracing his family history and was inducted into the French Huguenot Society of South Carolina. | 2017-12-18 15:15:01


1961, Mr. Dean Adcock Bailey
DEAN ADCOCK BAILEY '61 died on November 24, 2017. A member of Kappa Sigma at Hampden-Sydney, he also pursued graduate studies at the College of William & Mary. His career spanned several industries, including service in the U.S. Marine Corps, seven years as a high school history teacher, and almost two decades as an industrial engineer in the garment manufacturing industry. He then worked for the Commonwealth of Virginia with the departments of economic development and Virginia business assistance. As an amateur archaeologist, he discovered the site of the early 18th century pottery factory belonging to the "Poor Potter of Yorktown," now a featured location at the Yorktown Battlefield site. He was a board member for both the Virginia Historical Society and the Watermen's Museum in Yorktown and an active member of St. Thomas Canterbury Anglican Catholic Church in Roanoke and St. Alban's Anglican Catholic Parish in Richmond. | 2017-12-18 14:28:57


1951, Mr. Charles William Grissett
CHARLES WILLIAM GRISSETT '51 died on November 4, 2017. He spent the first years of his life in Cameroon, Africa, where his parents were missionaries with the Presbyterian Church USA. One month after earning his degree at Hampden-Sydney, Charles enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving in Japan as a hospital corpsman. He returned to civilian life and worked in marine carpentry, facilities management, and both elementary and high school math and science instruction. His work took him throughout the southeastern United States and the Caribbean. In retirement, he volunteered with the Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization (ECHO) and participated in missions in Zimbabwe. Charles served as an elder at his church and was influential in creating a food bank garden. | 2017-12-18 13:43:28


1939, Mr. John H. Gilliam Jr.
JOHN H. GILLIAM, JR. '39 died on November 18, 2017, at the age of 101. John was a proud member of Pi Kappa Alpha at Hampden-Sydney who later attended Benjamin Franklin University and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a resident of Fredericksburg at the time of his death. | 2017-12-14 14:31:19


1973, Mr. Franklin R. Tinkle
FRANKLIN R. TINKLE '73 died on November 16, 2017. A rugby player at Hampden-Sydney, he served in the U.S. military in Vietnam, then pursued a career in information technology as a systems analyst and project manager. Frank was known as a kind, upbeat person who valued each and every day. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, his daughter, and his granddaughter. | 2017-12-14 14:19:31


Look at the Baby!

2010, Mr. Matthew Compton
MATTHEW '10 and LISA COMPTON welcomed a son, Edward Thomas, on April 12, 2017. The family resides in Greenville, NC. | 2018-05-25 16:47:36


2010, Sean C Lynch
SEAN '10 and JAIME LYNCH welcomed a daughter, Blakely Jaymes, on March 30, 2018. Blakely is looking forward to making her way to the Hill to enjoy some football this fall! | 2018-05-22 09:15:50


1995, Mr. Christopher Watkins Bishop
CHRISTOPHER W. BISHOP '95 and AMY NICODEMUS welcomed a son, Eliot Nicodemus Bishop, on May 3, 2018. He joins older brother Will and older sister Caroline. Christopher and Amy are Foreign Service Officers for the Department of State; the family will move from Beijing, China, to Ottawa, Canada, later this year, where Amy will begin a new assignment at the U.S. Embassy. | 2018-05-18 07:54:21


2012, Mr. Christian Yow
CHRISTIAN '12 and NATALIA YOW welcomed a son, Nehemiah Lucas Yow, on February 15, 2018. | 2018-05-11 13:48:24


2008, Mr. Shawn Middlebrooks
SHAWN '08 and JESSICA MIDDLEBROOKS welcomed a daughter, Olivia Diana-Elease, on July 1, 2017. Olivia joins big sister Victoria, age three. The entire family returned to the Hill in March for the Minority Alumni Mentorship Weekend. | 2018-04-27 14:14:25


2006, Mr. Christopher Scott Thompson
CHRISTOPHER '06 and EVA THOMPSON welcomed a daughter, Moira Alene, on July 25, 2017. | 2018-04-24 10:34:09


2011, Michael James Dowd
MIKE '11 and TIFFANY DOWD welcomed a son, Carson Michael, on October 4, 2017. The family resides in Richmond. | 2018-01-07 14:10:47


2001, Cory Evans
CORY '01 and CHELSEA EVANS welcomed a daughter, Courtlyn Marie, on July 6, 2017. She joined her big brother Caden. | 2017-12-29 11:58:27


1998, Daniel John Burke
DANIEL '98 and FRANCESCA BURKE welcomed a son, Liam Lorenzo Burke, on April 10, 2017. The family resides in Alexandria. | 2017-12-20 17:45:47


2002, Lt. Cmdr. Jason T Ritchie
Lt. Cmdr. JASON T. '02 and CHRISTINA RITCHIE welcomed their first child, a son, Luke Friedrich Ritchie, on September 25, 2017. Luke was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, where Jason serves in the U.S. Navy. | 2017-12-16 23:06:17


Look Who Tied the Knot!

2012, Mr Thomas Andrew Calderwood
THOMAS CALDERWOOD '12 and STEPHANIE FERDRIGO were married on May 5th, 2018. In attendance were Cabot Armentrout '12, Nick Bowling '12, and Phillip Tholand '13. The bride is a 2013 alumna of Lynchburg College. | 2018-06-04 22:55:32


2014, Mr. Mike Donnell Casterlow Esq
MICHAEL CASTERLOW '14 and CHARLES HARVEY were married on May 15, 2018, in Flat Rock, NC. The wedding was officiated by Winfred Willis '15. Also in attendance were Nate Sterling '14, Andrew Ward '15, Anthony Rowe '14, R.J. Nagel III '14, and Raymond Owen '14. The couple resides in Greensboro, where Charles is a manager with CVS Pharmacy and Mike recently acquired his license to practice law. | 2018-05-12 21:51:53


2006, Mr. Ryan Schilling
RYAN SCHILLING '06 and KYLEE PONDER were married on December 30, 2017, at Reveille United Methodist Church in Richmond with a reception at the Commonwealth Club. Groomsmen included John Baker '06, Jack Cates '06, Scott Copeland '06, John Eppler '06, Patrick Gee '06, and Cappy Gilchrist '06. Also in attendance were James Blackburn '05, Joe Blackburn '71, John Cronly '06, Bryan Dunkum '06, Heath Gates '05, Jim Jervey '80, John Neal '05, Fred Larmore '74, Westbrook Parker '70, and Will Shumadine '94. The couple resides in Richmond. | 2018-05-11 14:38:37


2009, Mr. Cary Saunders
CARY SAUNDERS '09 and MALLORY MYERS were married on October 14, 2017, in Roanoke. In attendance were Taylor Bondurant '09, Johnny Junes '06, Joey Omick '10, John Reid '09, Charlie Omick '07, Dr. Nick Bandy '09, Gray Hamlin '10, Andrew Huffman '09, Dr. Matt Huff '09, Drew Martin '08, Andrew Joyner '11, Matt McKeag '03, Powell Holt '11, Mac Reed '11, Dr. Drew Baker '07, Tyler Bowman '09, Buddy Sanders '76, Cappy Gilchrist '06, Larry Henshaw '10, Stuart Callahan '11, Dr. James Baldwin '08, and Kevin McEligot '11. The couple resides in Richmond. | 2018-05-11 12:36:36


2007, Neal Thomas Eike
NEAL EIKE '07 and SARAH CASTLEBERRY were married on March 31, 2018, at the Hay-Adams in Washington, DC. In attendance were Justin Parrish '07, Mark Ransone '07, Paul Recordon '06, Joshua Schniper '07, Zack Streeter '07, Ryan Sharkey '07, Ross Garrison '07, Garner Simpson '07, Chris Colgate '08, Carden Hedelt '08, and Alex Tzavellas '10. Sarah, a James Madison University alumna, is an attorney search director at Parker + Lynch in Washington and Neal is a project manager at Rand Construction in Alexandria. The couple resides in Arlington. | 2018-05-06 21:34:59


2013, Mr. Matt Stephens
MATT STEPHENS '13 and KAITLIN ECKENBERGER were married on September 9, 2017, at Sweet Briar College. The bride is a 2013 Sweet Briar alumna. In attendance were Barrett Keller '13, Harrison Stewart '15, Alex Georgiou '14, Forrest Wilson '14, Bill Howard '77, Brandon Gregg '14, Sean Gatz '13, Samson Canavos '14, Jackson Riley '14, Corey Meyer '14, Graham Holeman '13, Robert Stephens '15, Matt Burnette '13, Conner Rund '13, Forrest Allen '13, John Axsom '05, Eric Rutherford '11, Andrew Bauer '14, Michael Lee '14, Crawford Simpkins '12, Kevin Hoffer '06, and Raymond Bottom, Jr. '51. | 2018-04-20 15:06:37


2010, Mr. Chad Pleasants
CHAD PLEASANTS '10 and JESSICA KARSNER were married on March 24, 2018, in Richmond. In attendance were Ben Pleasants '11, Richard Griffin '10, Scott St. Clair '10, Justin Odanga '10, Ryland Sweeny '10, Nick Dowell '08, Josh Lanier '08, John B Murray III '12, Ryan Sharkey '07, Nathaniel Thomas '11, Eric Early '11, and Telphor Austin '11. The couple resides in Raleigh. | 2018-04-19 11:45:20


1999, Mr Robert Christian Rickers
CHRISTIAN RICKERS '99 and LORI RILEY were married on July 3, 2017, in Hawaii, with a reception at the Tuckahoe Woman's Club in Richmond on July 27. In attendance were Jeff Schmidt '00, John Howard '03, George Naylor '00, Andy Yarborough '02, Trip Terry '03, Will Guza '06, Demas Boudreaux '02, Tim Daniels '03, Gary Elder '02, Conrad Rickers '91, Lewis Walker '05, Cory Hopper '05, Matthew Burlee '02, Donny Draper '02, Benjamin Barbour '99, Richard Naylor '00, and Charlie Payne '88 | 2018-03-13 14:40:33


2010, Mr. Matthew Hudgins
MATTHEW HUDGINS '10 and MEREDITH FARR were married on December 2, 2017, at Bienvenue in Powhatan. In attendance were Doug Hudgins '08, Craig Waterworth '10, Matt Winfree '10, Rusty Stiltner '11, and Jay Rose '13. The couple resides in Powhatan. | 2018-02-22 21:45:31


2007, Mr Henry Weldon Jones III
WELDON JONES '07 and HASTINGS CROCKARD were married on November 18, 2017, in Pensacola, Florida. Alumni in the wedding party included West Hubard '07, Jimmy Philbin '08, and Gray Pendleton '07. Also in attendance were John Hunter '07, Adam Purser '07, Bryan Robbins '07, Dustin Zedeker '07 and Cameron Hellmuth '07. The couple resides in Raleigh, North Carolina, where the bride works as a commercial real estate broker at CBRE and the groom is an attorney with Jordan, Price, Wall, Gray, Jones, and Carlton. | 2018-02-20 17:32:32


2013, Bradley Benjamin Mostowy
BRADLEY BENJAMIN MOSTOWY '13 and KELLY CHRISTINE MOYE were married on October 21, 2017, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Peachtree City, Georgia. Groomsmen included David Beman '12, Ryan Martin '13, Steve Louro '14, Chase Brown '14, and best man Tim VanBenthuysen '11. Also in attendance were Mario Washington '10, Chris Avellana '12, Nate Cundy '12, Cody Hornung '13, Drake Hudgins '13, Bobby Fulton '14, Russel Harper '14, Matt Kusel '14, and John William Morris '14. The couple resides in Roswell, Georgia. | 2018-02-19 14:11:13


2013, Mr. Michael Goad
MICHAEL GOAD '13 and KATELYN PENDERGRASS were married on July 29, 2017, at Jennette's Pier in Nags Head, NC. In attendance were John Michael Sparagna '13, Tyler White '13, Kenny Fryman '13, Michael Larkins '13, Steven Fogleman '13, Russell Leboff '13, Nash Nance '15, Mel Savarese '16, Kyle Farlow '16, Kordell Strauss '16, and Dalton Lee '16. Mike and Kate both work at Fork Union Military Academy. Kate works in the development office, and Mike is an English and history instructor, as well as head coach for the middle school football team and debate team. The couple resides in Fork Union. | 2018-02-09 14:55:48


2012, Mr. Adam O'Donnell
ADAM O'DONNELL '12 and SARAH JADELIS were married on October 28, 2017, at the Pavillion at Carriage Farm in Raleigh, North Carolina. In attendance were John Roberts '12 and William Boone '12. The couple resides in San Francisco, where the bride works for a venture capital firm and the groom is president and co-founder of Successly, a SaaS start-up. | 2018-01-26 15:35:17


2000, Mr. Morgan Trible
C. MORGAN TRIBLE '00 and MEGAN J. QUICK were married on September 23, 2017, at Smith Ferry Farm on the Pamunkey River in King William County. In attendance were Jay Golden '02, Kenny Strickler '05, George Trible '91, James Kelly, Waring Trible '84, Jim McVey '89, Parker Moring '00, Dave Hamnett '00, Justin Norbo '06, and Ryan Jones '00. Morgan is employed by Commonwealth Commercial Partners and Meghan by Virginia Farm Credit. The couple resides in both Richmond and King William County. | 2017-12-14 13:36:06


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Notes from Classes of the 1960's

1960, Mr. Henry Thomas Davis Jr.
HENRY THOMAS "TOM" DAVIS, JR. '60 died on June 2, 2018. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha at Hampden-Sydney, Tom was was an avid golfer who made friends wherever he went and cherished fishing with his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, two sons, and five grandchildren. | 2018-06-22 13:39:30


Notes from Classes of the 1950's

1957, Mr. Edward Pennington Lambert Jr.
EDWARD PENNINGTON "Penny" LAMBERT, JR. '57 died on June 2, 2018. An avid outdoorsman, Penny enjoyed hunting, fishing, snow skiing, and music festivals. He is fondly remembered for his incredible sense of humor. Penny is survived by his wife of 50 years, three daughters, and three granddaughters. | 2018-06-22 14:22:33


Notes from Classes of the 1940's

1949, Mr. William Preston Groseclose
WILLIAM PRESTON GROSECLOSE '49 died on June 7, 2018, at the age of 92. Bill served in the Pacific Theater on the USS Brush from 1942-45, then attended Hampden-Sydney after the war. After graduating from H-SC, he began a career in furniture sales before moving to the textile industry as manager of retail operations for Fieldcrest, Inc. He retired in 1987 to enjoy family trips, tee-times, bridge games, church work, and civil engagement. Bill devoted much time to Leaksville United Methodist Church, Meals on Wheels, Cooperative Christian Ministries Food Pantry, the Red Cross Blood Drive, and Yokefellow Prison Ministry. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, three daughters, and four grandchildren. | 2018-06-22 12:19:24


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