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Blackstock, Marie OgleMarie Ogle Blackstock, 92, of Altavista died Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at Autumn Care of Altavista. She was a member of Straightstone Baptist Church and a homemaker. Robert Thorne and Rev. at Finch Finch, Inc. with the Rev. Larry Erbin officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Jeffries and Hattie M. Jeffries. Alma joined Union Baptist Church in Orange, NJ serving on many committees and organizations. When her health begin to fail, she became under the care of her niece, Gwendolyn Ann Weathersbee. Terry Echols, officiating. The interment will be held in Jeffries Family Cemetery, Gladstone, VA. Service of comfort rendered by Davis Turner Funeral Service.

Godfroy, Humphrey WilliamNovember 2, 1944 January 19, 2015Humphrey William Godfroy, beloved husband and amazing friend, elite runner, Olympics finatic, soccer player, sailor, golf enthusiast, and renowned trivia buff, crossed the finish line of life in Sausalito, CA, finishing with gusto surrounded by family and friends. For the past 16 months Humphrey has been racing for time against Multiple Myeloma. Humphrey loved life. He loved the beauty and sport of it. He loved the challenge. He loved to sing. He loved to laugh. He grew up in Evanston, IL, learned English, graduated from Evanston Township High School and attended University of Wisconsin at White Water. Humphrey never met a stranger, an attribute that served him well in life. He could say "Hello" in almost any language. As a Dutch citizen, Humphrey was drafted by the U. S. Army during the Vietnam era and served as an MP at Fort Gordon in Augusta, GA. Humphrey is one of the few to describe his stint in the U. S Army during Vietnam as, "a pretty good time." Humphrey spent most of his life on Chicago's North Side. One of his first big jobs was working for Marshall Field's as a stock boy in Women's Foundations. He was a natural at sales and honed his skills at several notable companies, including: Fresh Cup Coffee, Continental Coffee, Detecto Scale Company, and Postalia. Humphrey's entrepreneurial spirit enabled him to start his own industrial products distributorship. He played soccer in Chicago with a Norweigan soccer club. He traveled, across Europe and to the Caribbean, and sailed on the QE2 (as a guest). In 1977 his passion for long distance running began. He ran his first marathon with little training and a pair of shoes purchased at a local department store. Humble beginnings for an athlete who would go on to compete in hundreds of races, including 30 marathons. Humphrey ran most of the majors, including: The Boston Marathon, The Marine Corps Marathon, and multiple Chicago Marathons. In 1984, he acheived his personal best, clocking a 2:55.41 at The Chicago Marathon. His performance at the 1985 Michigan Avenue Mile race, which started at world record pace, only to finish as the sports commentator said, "like he was carrying a piano on his back," is still infamous and earned him the life long title "piano man." Watching the Olympic games was another passion for Humphrey. Not content to simply view the Olympics on television, Humphrey jumped into the mix, attending the 1984 Summer Olympics, Los Angeles, CA, 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, UT. Moore, 81, of Lynchburg, departed this life on Monday, February 2, 2015, at Virginia Baptist Hospital. Dorothy H. Moore and three loving children, Mrs. Eloise Randolph (Albert) of Rustburg, Ms. and Mr. George L. Lovejoy (LaDonna) of Lynchburg; two daughters in law, Mrs. Jean Green of Roanoke and Mrs. Carolyn Green Fitzgerald of Upper Marlboro, Md.; four sisters, Mrs. Vandelia Bates of Brooknea, Mrs. Lizzie Robinson of Roanoke, Mrs. Elvira Johns of Williamsburg, Mrs. Louise Randolph (Curtis) of Rolling Hill, Va.; two brothers, the Rev. Dr. Joseph D. Moore (Inez) of Lynchburg and Mr. at the Spring Hill Baptist Church in Brookneal with interment in the church cemetery. at the chapel of Jeffress Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Brookneal. nike schuhe damen

Moore, William BookerWilliam Booker Moore passed away Thursday, January 29, 2015, at his residence in Chesapeake, Va. His remains rest at Metropolitan Funeral Home in Norfolk, Va. at Shiloh Baptist Church, Norfolk, Va. Courtesy of Community Funeral Home. cheap oakleys sunglasses

Nichols, Lillian FrancisAugust 6, 1920 February 3, 2015Lillian Francis Nichols, 94, passed away on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 in Lynchburg, Virginia. A long time resident of Knoxville, Tennessee, she relocated to Lynchburg in 2006 to be with family. A Knoxville native, Lillian was a member of the "cradle role" of Central Baptist Church in Fountain City, Tennessee and was an active, life long member. After moving to Lynchburg, she attended First Presbyterian Church there. Lillian loved tennis and played with friends and family until she was 81. She was very active throughout her life hiking throughout the Smoky Mountains and traveling to the western United States as well as Hawaii and Europe. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren were the joy of her life. Clark; husband of 15 years, Bailey M. Davis; and husband of 11 years, Sam O. Tate of Lynchburg, Virginia; grandson, Charles "Chip" Tate and his wife Nicky Field; great grandsons, George, Henry and Nicholas; great granddaughters, Claudia and Charlotte of Waco, Texas; granddaughter, April Tate Tishler and her husband Jeremy Tishler; great grandsons, Jackson and Harper of Warrenton, Virginia; step sons, daughters in law, and grandchildren, John, Toni, Philipp, Markus and Laura Nichols of Elchingen, Germany, Tom and Jacqui Nichols of Shelton, Washington, and Bill, Melinda, Emily and Will Nichols of Knoxville, Tennessee. Memorial donations may be made in Lillian's honor to Central Baptist Church of Fountain City, Tennessee or First Presbyterian Church, Lynchburg, Virginia. Saturday, Mynatt Funeral Home Fountain City Chapel. Interment will be held in the church cemetery. Her remains will be open to the public one hour prior to the service at the church. Family and friends will assemble at the church. Garry JamesRev. Rev. Shelton grew up on a farm in Amherst County and was a graduate of Amherst High School; Lynchburg College, Duke Divinity School, and Advance Studies in Education at Virginia State College, Ettrick, Va. Army during World War II in the South Pacific and the Army Reserves for two additional years. He was also ordained an elder in the United Methodist Church in 1955 by Bishop Paul Neff Garber. Rev. Shelton served in various charges in Virginia, including Madison Co., Petersburg, Scottsville, Hampton, Eastern Shore, Lynchburg, Amherst, Bedford, Appomattox, Botetourt and Campbell Counties for almost 60 years. After his retirement in 1987, he continued to serve as a pastor as well as volunteer all throughout central Virginia. He recently enjoyed attending Greene Memorial United Methodist Church in Roanoke and Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Troutville. In addition, he was a former member of the Lions Club, Ruritan Club and many others. Rev. Shelton is survived by his wife, Virginia Campbell Shelton of 70 delightful years; two lovely children, Joan Gayle Dowdy and her husband, Daniel, and G. Sunday, February 8, 2015, at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church with the Rev. Gary Heaton and the Rev. Dr. Ted Smith officiating. The family will receive friends immediately following the service in the church fellowship hall. Monday, February 9, 2015, at Amherst Cemetery in Amherst, Virginia, with military honors provided by the Army National Guard of Roanoke. Arrangements by Tharp Funeral Home Crematory, Bedford, 540 586 3443. on September 24, 1919. June grew up on a farm just west of Factoryville, Pa., and graduated from Factoryville High School in 1937. She went on to graduate from Keystone College in 1939, and then graduated in January of 1942 from Penn State University as a Home Economist. After school, June became employed by the Federal Farm Security Administration as a Home Management Supervisor. Army Corps of Engineers. After moving to Lynchburg, she was active in the Poplar Forest Garden Club, serving as President several years. She was a member of the inaugural class of 1982 of the Lynchburg Master Gardener's Association, president for two years and emeritus status in 2001. Decker and Mary Lou Decker; three sisters, Helen Decker, Ethel Hunt and Ruth Farwell; one brother, Joe Decker; a sister in law, Evelyn Paschall; and a daughter, Marjory Stahl Bell. Saturday February 7, 2015 at Rivermont Evangelical Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Ron Cox officiating. and the late Jessie Camden Williams. Kost (Rick), Michael W. Williams (Barbara) and Jeannie W. Lawhorne; four grandsons, Jeffrey B. Williams (Susan), Mickey Williams (Shannon), Matthew P. Williams and J. Andrew Williams (Melanie); step granddaughter, Dawn R. Jennings (Donnie); seven great grandchildren, Samuel, Alexander, Joshua, Nathaniel, Ella, Ana and Jake; two step great grandsons, Justin E. Bobbitt (Vanessa) and J. Taylor Bobbitt; one brother, C. He retired from Consumers Dornin Adams and recently worked at the Coolwell Convenience Center. He was a member of the Madison Heights Baptist Church. Following retirement, Jimmy always enjoyed a good game of golf with his friends at the Shadow Ridge Golf Course. He was a devoted husband, caring father, proud grandfather and a true friend. She was born on January 10, 1942, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Ester Callaham. and Joseph Wooten (Stephanie) of Lynchburg, Va.; eight grandchildren, Danika, Tichina, Ashley, Sheneda and Mikayla Lockett, Kathy Maggi, DeShawn and Tre Wooten; three great grandchildren, A'Kaiyah Waller, Casey and Sarah Maggi; two sisters, Carrie Burns (Joe) and Evelyn Rudder; two brothers, Clarence Callaham Jr. Luke Baptist Church with the Rev. Jimmy Dews officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Her remains will be open to the public one hour prior to the service at the church. Friday, February 6, 2015, at Community Funeral Home. Family and friends will assemble at the church.

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