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Curtis Belvin of Ruther Glen passed away on Oct. 23 at the age of 79. He was a retired waterman and loved hunting. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Jean Andrews Belvin, one daughter, Debbie Douglas of Ashland, one sister, Pearl West, one brother, Jerry West, both of Gloucester, and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will follow at a later date.
Helen Jean Bowling Terrell, 68, of Ruther Glen, died Friday, Oct. 24. Those left to cherish her memory are her four children, Shane Terrell (Patricia) of Lake Wales, Florida; Melanie Terrell, MeLinda Moore (Stuart), and Matt Terrell (Megan), all of Ruther Glen; five grandchildren, Tony, Tyler, Shaun, Alexander, and Summer Terrell; two siblings, Glen Bowling (Janie) and Frances Daniel, and many other close family members and lifelong friends. A memorial
Cynthia E. Hayes, 35, of Ruther Glen died Thursday, Oct. 9. Survivors include her husband, Jay Lipscomb, and five children, Pleasant, Jerry, Charlie, Ellie, and Thomas Lipscomb. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 7 p.m. in Wrights Chapel United Methodist Church, Ladysmith. www.storkefuneralhome.com
It is with great sadness that the family of Joan Vanessa Cleary announces her passing after a long battle against cancer. Joan, 54, passed away at home surrounded by her family on Oct. 9. Joan was born in Richmond on Nov. 5, 1959, and is the daughter of the late John and Marjorie Cleary. She is survived by her sisters Jean Cleary Seymour, Lori Cleary Samuels, and Elise Cleary Layne
Margarette Sharone Chapman, adored mother, devoted grandmother, and loving sister, claimed her well-deserved place in God’s Kingdom Oct. 1. She is survived by three daughters, five siblings, and a host of family members and friends. Sharone was born in Caroline County Jan. 26, 1945, to the late Robert F. Chapman, Sr., and Sarah M. Chapman of Caroline County. She lived a life of love, sacrifice, and discipline. She grew up
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.