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Timothy Ashton Carter, 52, of Mechanicsville, died Sat. Sept. 27. Timothy had retired from Verizon, and he was a lifelong member of the Beaverdam Hunt Club and an avid hunter and fisherman. Survivors include his wife, Lorrie Benton Carter; his parents, Jimmy and Linda Carter; four children, Candice, Samuel, James and Katherine Carter; a brother, Paul Carter, and three grandchildren, Brittany, Courtney, and Tommy. A funeral service will be held
Anna M. Thornton, 98, of Bowling Green, died Sept. 17 in Glen Allen. She is survived by her grandson, Michael Tarrer, Sr., and his wife Barbara and their three children, Michael, Marcus, and Morgan of Glen Allen, and her grandson, Thurston G. Thornton lll of Fredericksburg. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to First Mount Zion Baptist Church (Sparta), 17065 Seals Rd, Bowling Green, Virginia 22427.
Margaret Lillian Lenox Ward, 86, died peacefully on Sept. 18. Born Dec. 4, 1928, she was the daughter of Hellen Hoskins and Albert Lenox. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband George Vincent Ward and her son Jack Ward. She is survived by her son, Charles F. Ward; daughter, Patricia Doty; daughter, Alicia Marcinkowski; son, George Ward; daughter, Karen DeWitt; and her son, John Ward. She spent her
Abbie R. Howell, 93, of Bowling Green died Friday, Sept. 12. Born in Mississippi, he was the widow of Ruth E. Howell and had retired as a CWO4 in the United States Navy. During his almost 30-year Navy career, he served during both WWII and Korea and was assigned to several ships and the US Naval Academy. Survivors include two daughters, Carol Manns and her husband Mike of Bowling Green,
Daisy Pitts Smithers, 87 of Bowling Green, died Monday, Sept. 15, in Bowling Green Health and Rehab Center. Born in Caroline, she was the daughter of the late Bennie and Lelia Pitts. She had worked at Fort A.P. Hill and retired from the Caroline Social Services Department. Daisy was a longtime, active member of Calvary Baptist Church in Bowling Green and was the widow of Gordon E. Smithers. She was
Satterwhite, Claude “Hank” Anderson Jr., 82, of Varina, was called home by his personal and “amazing” Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014. Claude is preceded in death by his father, Claude Anderson Satterwhite, Sr.; mother, Clarice Middlebrook Satterwhite; and wife, Corine Satterwhite. He is survived by his son, Steve Anderson Satterwhite, and daughter-in-law Kamron; grandchildren, Emily and Mason Satterwhite; sisters, Margaret S. Woods, Patsy S. Benner,
Mary L. Janish, 63, of Ruther Glen passed quietly into the arms of God on March 29, 2014 in Mary Washington Hospital, surrounded by her family. She was a member of Hopewell United Methodist Church and had retired after 10 years from Peumansend Creek Regional Jail. Prior to that, she had worked for G&H Pants Factory in Fredericksburg and also worked for the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office for 16 years.