He was born Feb. 7, 1942, in Brownsville, Texas, to the late Austinn and Del Lutz Langston.Glen was a minister with the United Methodist Church. Friends are invited to sign the online guestbook atwww.omanfh.com. He was preceded in death by his father, Jesse Harrison Hobbs; his mother, Elizabeth Browder Hobbs Heath; his sister, Virginia Hobbs Pearson, and his brother, Jesse Hobbs.Herb was born in Leesburg, Virginia on April 17, 1934, and grew up in Hampton, Virginia. A private graveside service will be held at Mathews Chapel United Methodist Church on Thursday, March 26. at 1:00 p.m. He served as an associate in Fairfax, then went on to start a thriving new church, Messiah Methodist in Springfield. Mary Beth Blinn, is a member of The Virginia Annual Conference. He married his darling wife, Sandra Irvin Kidd on November 22, 1980. Henry B Sudduth for 57 years until he died in March 2009. and Union Theological Seminary in New York (M. Vernie served faithfully as a United Methodist minister in the Virginia Conference ministering churches in Fluvanna County, Amherst, Lynchburg and Staunton.He is survived by his children; Alan Barrow (Libby), Victor Barrow, Lenore Whitehead (Bob), Judy McMullen (Bob), Janice Regan, and Jenifer Loker; a sister Kathryn Crabtree as well as many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.Vernie was born in the mountains that he loved and will return to them at 2:00 pm on Friday, November 13, 2020, with a graveside service at Amherst Cemetery in Amherst, VA.When attending the service, please maintain social distancing and wear a mask for everyones safety. The two newest additions to the family Nathaniel and Rueben Jinks were ambassadors that had only recently ushered Carolyn into the role of Great Grandmother.Two memorial services will be held: Friday, March 13th at 2:00pm at Francis Asbury UMC, 1871 North Great Neck Rd., Virginia Beach, (reception to follow) and Saturday, March 21st at 11:00am at Arcola UMC, 24757 Evergreen Mills Rd Sterling VA 20166, (visitation at 10 am). Al was also an avid reader.He is survived by wife, Gail M. Stables of Corinth; sons, Arthur Stables and John Thomas of Tucson, Arizona, Tom Stables and wife Dianne of Houston, Texas, Chris Stables and wife Mary of Midlothian, Texas; stepsons, Benson Skelton and wife Lana of Corinth, Jim Babcock and wife Abie of Washington, DC and John Babcock of California; grandchildren, Zach Stables, Jordan Stables, Michael Stables, Emily Overstreet and husband Matt, Erin Stables, Emoree Skelton, Ayden Skelton, Benjamin Skelton and Cayson Skelton; great grandchild, Brock Overstreet; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. 88 Shady Grv, Ad. He was preceded in death by his parents, Turner & Lucy Daniel; brothers, Bobby & James Arthur Daniel; and grandson, Joshua Daniel. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Nancy Clements Owen; and his two children, Beth Clements Owen of Richmond and Allen Burruss Owen of Henrico; his brother, Joseph Daniel Owen Jr. of San Francisco, California and Carole Owen Shereda of Plymouth, Michigan. Dr. William R. SHEALY, January 14, 2023Dr. Arrangements are by Demaine Funeral Home, Springfield, VA.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Wesley Theological Seminary, Shenandoah University, or the United Methodist Foundation. His true passion was as a philatelist, collecting, sorting and selling postage stamps worldwide. Mary worked in a bank in Washington, D.C., and saved enough to attend Ferrum Junior College, a small United Methodist college in southwest Virginia, where she flourished academically and held several key leadership positions in student government and campus organizations.It was at Ferrum where Mary participated in a program in which pre-ministerial students preached and conducted worship in small rural churches which were without a regular minister. Stella was preceded in death by her husband, the Rev. As the wife of a United Methodist minister and a U.S. Army chaplain, she supported her husband in his parish work and ministry to soldiers and their families. He was also an avid sports fan and favored the Atlanta Braves and the Washington Football Team.In addition to his loving wife, survivors include his three children, Brian Satterwhite and wife Anita of Bloxom, VA, Darryl Satterwhite and wife Maureen of Raleigh, NC, and Sue S. Unger and husband Don of Richmond, VA; six grandchildren, Barry Satterwhite (Shannon), Bruce Satterwhite (Kim), all of Bloxom, Amanda Chandler (Canaan), Allison Satterwhite (Chris), all of Rock Hill, SC, Adam Unger (Rachael) of Richmond, and Aaron Unger (Nicole) of Chester, VA; and six great-grandchildren, Madison Satterwhite, Cole, Carson and Cailyn Chandler, and Spencer and Sean Unger.Funeral services will be conducted from the chapel at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Fredericksburg, VA, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, at 11:00 a.m., with The Reverends Jack Bailey and Will Sloan officiating. Cards of sympathy and condolences for Rev. She served the students of Wise County Schools for 32 years, most recently as a middle school English teacher. She is also survived by her daughters Patti and Sandra, and sons Calvin and Michael. Janis Karen Whitehurst , August 11, 2021Janis Karen Whitehurst died peacefully in her home in Chesapeake, Virginia on 11 August 2021.Karen was born 29 March 1949 in Portsmouth, Virginia, the daughter of John Bentley Whitehurst and Gladys Lucille Hardison Whitehurst. Carl E. Manear and were blessed with three children, Edward Lee Manear, Barbara Jean Manear Chapman and Carol Ann Manear all deceased. Alvin Harrison Haire, a minister, educator, writer, and beekeeper, Norma Lucretia Haire was born at home, on the family farm in Arthur, W. Va.Her parents having divorced before her birth, she was raised on the family farm by her mother and her maternal grandparents, David Frederick Barr and Mary Alice (Parker) Barr.Like many yeoman farms in 1930s rural America, it was largely self-sufficient, yet for many of her years growing up, she had neither indoor plumbing nor electricity. Milton Rodgers, transitioned to heaven on January 6, 2022. DeLoach was ordained in the Virginia Conference of The United Methodist Church in 1984 and served churches on the Danville District (Concord & Chatham Heights-Granbery) before being appointed to the Eastern Shore where he served the Guilford Charge from 1993-2001 and Christ UMC on Chincoteague from 2001-2017. She served 41 years in the ministry at numerous churches in: Bristol, CT; Valley Stream, NY; Newark, DE; Waynesboro, VA; Springfield, VA; Alexandria, VA; and at the Williamsburg United Methodist Church, VA.During her ministry service, Methodism assigned her three different labels: Consecrated Lay Worker (1965); Diaconal Minister (1978); and ordained Deacon (1997). The Rev. He began preaching on the South Culpeper Circuit in 1955. He is also survived by four grandchildrenJack, Ben, Henry, and Abigailwho will miss their Grampy dearly. Michael T. Davis will be held Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Wesley United Methodist Church 3701 Conduit Rd, Colonial Heights, Virginia. He was a member of Bethany United Methodist Church, a retired minister, and a U.S. Army World War II veteran. Cards and other expressions of care may be sent to the parsonage at 112 Towler Drive, Hampton, VA 23666. Kathleen Ann Work was born in Maysville, Kentucky, on August 25, 1947, the third child of five born to Clarence Lee and Marjorie (Lemon) Work. She gave to local community organizations and worldwide mission projects thru sewing of lap robes, knitting and crocheting of baby items and prayer robes. Kathy was the proud and patient mother to Adam, Andrea, Jennifer, Drew, and Patricia. Services are by Williams Funeral Home & Crematory of Lawrenceville, Va. Condolences may be expressed atwww.williamsfuneralhomeva.com. Dr. Thomas was predeceased by his beloved wives Nancy Perdue Thomas and Pauline Ellingsworth Thomas and one grandson. He will be missed by all, but we find refuge in knowing he has eternal life with The Lord.Don is preceded in death by his wife Sylvia, his mother and father, many aunts and uncles, and his brother, Howard. Her beloved husband predeceased her in 2002.Bethel June was born August 25, 1928 to Andrew Burton Milam and Jessie (Webb) Milam in Raleigh County, West Virginia. She met her husband David while he was assisting her father as an associate pastor, and they celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary shortly before his death. She was predeceased by her first husband, the Rev. Visitation will take place from 10:00am-12:00pm immediately followed by a Celebration of Life service beginning at 12:00pm. Mrs. Martha Harrell Davenport, February 12, 2022Martha Harrell Davenport, 92, passed away Saturday, February 12, 2022. He was a lifelong Methodist, most recently as a member of Williamsburg United Methodist Church. James is the pastor of Galloway UMC, Arlington District. Linton Dunn Stables; mother, Katherine Gray Stables; brothers, Paul Stables, Linton Stables and William Stables and sisters, Elsie Houchens, Jessie Borden and Katherine Gray Stables. He went on to serve Floral Hills-Calvary, Danville District; as the associate at Aldersgate, Alexandria District; Bellamy in the former Rappahannock District; Harmony (Hamilton), Winchester District. She was a lady of love and devotion to family, and especially enjoyed new recipes and cooking, cultivating flowers and wild birds. Wade, and her grandson, Mark S. Agee also predeceased her. He became the youth minister of the Wesley Foundation at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, followed by assignment to Great Falls Methodist Church. He also sang tenor with the Charlotte Opera Company for two years.The Rodgers family moved to Jacksonville, Florida in 1970 and then to Plantation, Florida in 1972. The date is significant in Mr. Rodgers life as he had sung the role of the Page in the Menottis opera, Amahl and the Night Visitors which is an opera about the Three Kings. Mrs. Stella Mae Smith Fritter, May 5, 2021Mrs. The Rev. Instead of flowers, and at Lewiss request, please consider making a donation in his memory to Virginia United Methodist Homes or the American Red Cross. His love for others and willingness to serve knew no bounds. As a musician, she was a soprano who played the piano and auto-harp. After retiring in 1989 he served Hyco and Fairmount Park in Norfolk. He then continued his academic journey at Duke University to obtain a Master of Divinity, between his second and third year of studies at Duke University he entered a program to become a missionary in Rhodesia now the country of Zimbabwe for a year. Josephine Jo Gildersleeve Snyder, 87, of Harrisonburg passed away on Friday, March 3, 2023 at Willow Estates. Beighley sought to help others on their academic journeys. His daughter, the Rev. James served several charges in the Virginia Conference and retired after 13 years of service. His deepest regret in life was to have never been a published author. Reception to follow. She was preceded in death by two sons: William David and Arthur Frank McKenney.During her professional life, Linda worked as a librarian at the Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins University, and as an editor for the American Psychological Association (APA). Reginald Reg Harrell Potts, III; parents, Carroll and Carrie Moore and sibling, Carroll Lee Moore (Gladys), Carrie is survived by her five children, Reginald H. Potts, IV (Susan), Carroll M. Potts (Jane), James S. Potts (Fiance, Kathy Scarberry), A. Caroline Chappell (Jay), Eleanor Lee Potts Lockhart (Todd); 12 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and beloved friends.A memorial service in Richmond will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday, January 24th at Reveille United Methodist Church, 4200 Cary Street Rd, Richmond, VA 23221. She was a member of the American Iris Society.Stella is survived by her four children, Robert Edwin Couch of Elkton, his twin brother, Richard Emory Couch of Grottoes, Dowman Holt Couch and Melanie Couch Wiseman and husband, Robert, of Grottoes; five grandchildren, Adam Frye and wife, Amber, of Grottoes, Angela Bhowmik and husband, Tuhin, of Maryland, Erin Atwell and husband, Ryan, of Port Republic, David Wiseman of Grottoes and Megan Couch of Harrisonburg; seven great-grandchildren, Brooklyn and Hayden Frye of Grottoes, Carter and Delilah Lawrence, and Tulia Bhowmik of Maryland, Liam Light of Harrisonburg, and Isaac Atwell of Port Republic; sister, Virginia Holt Boitnott; brother, Samuel G. Holt and wife, Joice, of Bent Mountain; sister-in-law, Jane Rennick Holt of Callaway; and numerous nieces and nephews.The family will receive friends from 7 until 8 p.m. Friday, May 13, 2022, at Johnson Funeral Service in Grottoes.A funeral service will be conducted 12 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at the funeral home with Pastor Brian Posey officiating. The Rev. Clark served: Matthews Chapel, Scottsville, Nolan Memorial, New Hope, Central UMC (Mathews) and Locust Grove UMC before retiring in 2001.Condolences can be sent to his wife, Connie at: 8218 Marley Dr, Mechanicsville, VA 23116-4159. Dr. Donald H. Roberts, July 26, 2020The Rev. Raymond Elwood Pack; one daughter, Vicki Michele Pack Pate; one son, Barry Phillip Pack; one sister, Nellie Wright; and two brothers, Thomas, and Morris Powell. Over the 40 years spent at Rosedale, Dick connected with his homes earth through gardening and caring for the plants and birds that were so special to him. George Thomas Insley Jr. 81, was born to his parents, George and Ruth Insley on May 15, 1941. Obed L. Marston, 80 - Mar 2020. , 70 - Mar 23, 2020. Clergy will not be robed. Memorial donations can be made to: Calvary UMC Mission Fund, 150 Norlo Dr., Fayetteville, PA 17222. The family will receive friends following the memorial service. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded by 2 stepchildren Rob and Ruth Honaker, a step grandchild Michelle Honaker, and a loving friend and companion Don Pulfiser.The family suggests contributions in Arlins memory be made to Life in His Name Ministries, PO Box 66353 Virginia Beach, VA 23466-6353, or a charity of choice. Sebert Rorrer, and the Rev. DeLoachs ministerial settings, he was known for his warm, authentic presence, his deep love of God and Gods people, and his collegial support for others. The Rev. Joseph E. Hammond, Jr. (Sir) 70, husband of Susan M. Hammond, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, August 25, 2021.He was born in Washington D.C., and was the son of the late Sgt. She was born on August 31, 1921 in Dayton, Virginia and was the daughter of the late Carl A. and Sallie Edward Lee Blosser, 79, a resident of Luray, passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2023. Charles E Cheseldine who passed away in April of 1987. Ruth Orsellia Smith Stanley, June 26, 2021Ruth Orsellia Smith Stanley blessed this earth for 96 years, born Dec. 8, 1924, in Knoxville, Tenn., and died June 26, 2021, in Harrisonburg, Va. She was a preachers daughter, preachers wife, mother, grandmother, great- grandmother and beloved friend. Gilbert Francis Cofer, 99, of Lewisetta, Va., died peacefully in his favorite chair on January 4, 2021.Born in Eunice, West Virginia on February 2, 1921, Rev. In lieu of flowers, the family asks any donations you wish to make to please do so by donating to the Circle of Life Hospice Foundation. A memorial service will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church on 903 Forest Ave., Friday, October 1, 2021, at 2 p.m., with a visitation preceding the service at 1 p.m. Facemasks are required inside for all individuals regardless of vaccination status. William Pollard Hall Jr. passed away on 05-19-2020. His daughter, Lenoir was his partner and continues teaching the classes. Tony Layman; daughters, Tracey Hammett (Stephen) of Dahlgren, VA, Julie Saunders (Ralph) of Auburn, PA, Jennifer Morris (Ronald) of Earlysville, VA, and Suzanne Layman Miller (Todd) of Winchester; grandchildren, Kelby Klamfoth, Katie Klamfoth, Kristen Morris, Coulter Morris, Eli Miller, and Hudson Miller; one great granddaughter, Alora; and siblings, Gary Funkhouser (Carolyn), Debra Smith (Jim), and Joe Funkhouser (Barbara). During his tenure, Camp Highroad developed a year-round retreat center used by many groups. David H. Smith, June 27, 2022The Rev. While a student at UNC Chapel Hill he met Ann Hatch Burnette of Mount Olive, North Carolina. Mrs. Marian Johnson Stevens, June 9, 2020Marian Johnson Stevens, 89, mother of Rev. She was the Homemaker of the year while in High School and was the Employee of the Month while working at Northwestern Community Services. After completing course work at Old Dominion University, she added librarian credentials to her resume and worked as a Media Center Specialist (Librarian) until her retirement in 1994 from the York County Public School system.Marian was an active ministers wife and embraced each church congregation with enthusiasm. Terry Kwanghyun Eum, September 13, 2021The Rev. George Steinbrenner usually brought the team to play Army on the day before the season began during the 1970s. He served his country in the United States Navy. Mrs. Sylvia Diane Thomas Tarpley, December 17, 2021Sylvia Diane Thomas Tarpley, of Salem, Va., was born to Ralph G. Happy Thomas and Grace Thomas Overfelt on January 23, 1939 in Roanoke, Va. She passed away on Friday, December 17, 2021.Sylvia spent the first 10 years of her life in Catawba, Va. and then called Salem her home for the rest of her life.Sylvia was predeceased by her parents; her brother, Ralph G. Thomas Jr.; and her son, Emory Ned Tarpley Jr. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Emory Ned Tarpley Sr.; her daughters, Brenda Dyer (Kenny), Sharon Tarpley-Looney; daughter-in-law, Trisha Tarpley; five grandchildren, Kelsey and Phillip (Jaime) Tarpley, Jamie Dyer (Andrew Malloy), Emily and Sara Looney; and two great-grandsons, Liam and Reese; other special cousins; nephews; and many friends.Sylvia and Emory were charter members of Calvary United Methodist Church in Salem. Please keep the family in your prayers. She taught for many years in Deep Creek (Virginia) Elementary School. She is survived by her son, William Albert Jester, Jr., and his wife, Angelique; and two grandchildren, Brandon Albert Jester and Faith Armindy Jester, all of Uniontown, Ohio (near Akron). He was preceded in death by his brother, Benjamin Harold Owen. He loved working with his hands on home projects as evidenced by his tool collection, some of which he received from his dad.A private funeral will be held later at Danville Memorial Gardens with the Rev. She was also a tremendous mom and homemaker. The Rev. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. and the service will be at 12 p.m. Welcoming ALL into her home, with hugs, brought Charlotte joy. Bills ongoing joy was centered on celebrating the many life events of his beloved family. Sympathy may be expressed by signing the online registry atwww.musicfuneralhome.com. Weekly top stories. Dale Eugene Gillis, 63, of Dumfries, VA passed away on July 28, 2022 surrounded by his adoring family.Dale was born in Canandaigua, NY to Robert and Sandra Gillis on March 3, 1959. In addition to his parents George was preceded in death by a sister-and brother-in-law, Ada S. and Harold Jennings and a sister-in-law, Violet Stewart.George was survived by his loving wife, of 56 years, Alice Lam Stewart; daughter and son-in-law, Lisa, and Scott Shreckhise; son and friend, John Stewart and Nikki Nickols; granddaughter, Tuesday Dawn Stewart; Brother and Sister-in-law, Carl and Sylvia Stewart. 91 Ret. She is survived by daughter,retired local pastor, Elizabeth Lazenby (Donald), and son Buddy Hodges among others. Dr. Gerald Mowery Miller Sr. May 2, 2020The Rev. Wilton B. Thomas, September 30, 2021Lieutenant Colonel Chaplain USAF, Wilton Bruce Thomas, age 90 of Broadway Va. went to be with his Lord and Savior on September 30, 2021.Wilton was born April 30, 1931, son of Andrew J. and Eunice Thomas, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Turner, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thomas.He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Helen Thomas (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Ollie Fulk); his son, Quinton Bruce Thomas both of Broadway; Goddaughter, DeEtte Coleman-Jones of Luray Va.; and a host of family and friends.He was preceded in death by a son, George Brinton Thomas; and a sister Jane Dove.Wilton graduated from Shenandoah College, James Madison College with a B.A, and United Theological Seminary in Dayton Ohio with a Masters in Divinity in 1955.In 1956 he went to Cherryvale Mission in Staunton Va. Dr. Edwin Clifton (Cliff) Whitlock, 69, peacefully departed to eternal rest on March 26, 2020. He and his wife Delia retired in Manteo, North Carolina, before eventually returning to Virginia. Raymond Wrenn can be sent to his daughter: Cathy Kropat, 2322 Sawdust Rd, Vienna, VA 22181. He was born in Princeton, WV to the late Blair and Lillian McClung. Pastor Samson will be remembered for his welcoming spirit; treating all as friends with the respect, dignity, compassion, and kindness that characterized his entire life. Judith F. Bennett, February 26, 2022Judith Ann Bennett, 87, of Shelton, CT passed into the nearer presence of God on February 26th, 2022. In lieu of flowers, gifts in Harolds memory may be made to the Faith Promise Mission Program at Pender United Methodist Church in Fairfax. Myrtle Hatcher, former Pastor of the Main Street United Methodist Church, in Suffolk, VA where he also attended, loved, and supported as his time allowed. Her service of death and resurrection will be held in the chapel of Reveille United Methodist Church, 4200 Cary Street Road, Richmond, 23221 at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, January 24. Davis is survived by his wife of 55 years, Marilyn Colvin Davis; daughters, Melanie Renee Davis (Reid Dirom), Heather Davis Carila (Randolph A. She lived Matthew 25:40, Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to meA funeral service will be held at 11:00am Friday, October 8, 2022 at Watson Memorial United Methodist Church in Chatham, VA. Visitation will be one hour prior to service. The family moved to Lynchburg, Va., in 1942, where he grew up. Darlene was the District Lay Leader for the old Portsmouth District and last year she was the Lay Leader for the Elizabeth River (ER) District. Karl Kenneth Tangeman, July 21, 2020The Reverend Karl Kenneth Tangeman, 95, of Winchester, Virginia, ascended to his heavenly home on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.The Rev. She was born on April 8, 1950 in Harrisonburg and was the daughter of the late Joseph L. and Irene Rosalee Holley. Clay served the United Methodist Church first in Rocky Mount, Virginia, second in Newport, later moving to Daleville, Forest and Chase City, Virginia. He went on to serve Craigsville, Selma, Guildford, Wallace Memorial, as the Associate at Vienna, staff chaplain at Tennesse State Penitentiary, and chaplain Riverbend Maximum Security Institute, Nashville. She is survived by her sons Ricky Owen of Blairs, Virginia, Stanley Owen (Lisa) of Blairs, Virginia, and Barry Owen (Diane) of Brown Summit, North Carolina; her daughter Velvet Owen of Blairs, Virginia; nine grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by one sister, the Reverend Mary Wilkins. Geneva was an exceptional wife, mother, sister, and friend, and we will miss her every day. Condolences may be expressed atwww.williamsfuneralhomeva.com. During his retirement years, he enjoyed being a substitute teacher, woodworking, traveling in his camper, attending Marine reunions, as well as Wesley United Methodist Church, where he was a member and former pastor.Surviving with his wife, Ethel, are his children, Thomas Tangeman (Jan) of Maurertown, VA and Pamela Witt (David) of Winchester, VA; a granddaughter, MacKenzie Bonnett (Richard) of Winchester, VA; a great grandson, Greyson Thorne Bonnett; two step-grandchildren, Donna Mejia (Patrick LaFleche) of Arlington, VA and Dillon Gray of Pinedale, WY; two step-great grandchildren, Isabella and Cruz Mejia of Arlington, VA; along with several nieces and nephews.The Rev. She is survived by her daughter Joyce Cline (Gary), grandson Nathan Powers (Hanan) and their sons Sulaiman and Idris, granddaughter Johni Fraykor (Nick) and children Gwyneth, Harrison and Anya and grandson Burns Powers and his mother Jennifer. Donald VanDyke, the father of the Rev. Linda C. Messner, of Garden Spot Village in New Holland, PA, passed away Saturday, January 11, 2020. James was preceded in death by his first wife, Betty B. James; and second wife, Elouise O. James.He was a retired United Methodist minister and upon returning to Greensboro attended Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church. Mrs. Marie P. Pack, February 18, 2021Mrs. 79 St Johns, N. 84 Wesley, Vienna. He also taught United Methodist Studies at three seminariesEastern Mennonite Seminary in Harrisonburg, and at Union Presbyterian Seminary and Virginia Union School of Theology, both in Richmond. David Ryu officiating. Bill was always proud that they were debt free in their personal lives. Hubbard is a retired US Navy Commander starting in enlisted ranks and becoming a commissioned officer, retiring after 27 years. The couple moved to Richmond, Virginia where Terry attended Union Presbyterian Seminary for MDiv, TH.M. He served 25 years with the Salvation Army including being stationed at the Danville, VA location in 1978. He also continued to serve in the Army Reserves for 25 years. He spent most of his childhood in Victor, NY, enjoying the small town living that became a lifetime joy. He loved the part of the ministry of working with people and this led him to join the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, where he would work until his retirement. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Asbury University for Current Scholarship in memory of Christine Hahn Kidd. Wise Spigner Moon, January 18, 2020Wise Spigner Moon, 95, died in Roanoke, Virginia, on January 18, 2020. She was born on September 16, 1941, to the late Myrtle Mae Neal Shields and the late Harry Adam Shields in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. In addition to her husband and parents, Shirley was predeceased by her sister Audrey Metzger and her brothers, Wayne Metzger, Gerald Metzger, Kenneth Metzger, and Clyde Metzger. He is survived by his daughter, Mary Elizabeth Dix (Tom, deceased) of Lewisetta, VA and his sons Charles Gilbert Cofer (Emily) of Jacksonville, FL, and John Lewis Cofer of Knoxville, TN. Stephen Creech and the Rev. She is survived by her three sons, Henry Jr and wife Maureen, Charles, and Barry and his wife Mary; and seven grandchildren.She attended Ferrum Junior College and Lynchburg College receiving her degree in Elementary Education. He was preceded in death by a sister Julia Morrison of Lawrence, KS.Jacks love of God, country, and family were evident to all who knew him. Richard C. Franklin Jr., June 15, 2022Richard C. Franklin, Jr., or Rick as most knew him, passed away at MCV Hospital on June 15, 2022 after a brief illness. Craig Newman, pastor, will officiate at the ceremony. She decorated her house and yard extensively, and she loved to cook for Christmas as well. Doctors and students from all over the world came to MCV to observe her operation. Services. After holding various means of employment over the years, including supporting her husband as a ministers wife, Stella retired from the Department of the Army as a budget analyst. Jiyeon Kim presiding. The Rev. She is survived by her beloved husband of 69 years, Roy Mullen; Loving mother of Holly Mullen, Heather Mullen (son-in-law James Pattan), Hillary Mullen DeVol (son-in-law Robert DeVol) and the late Hugh Mullen. Judy Loehr, July 21, 2020The Rev. She married the late Rev. Reservations may be made for the memorial service by calling MUMC at 757-397-1297. Her warmth, hospitality, and generosity touched countless lives in the churches and communities where she lived and served.She was preceded in death by her husband, The Reverend David Benjamin Lewis; brother, James Hodges, Jr. (Elaine); sisters, Cleo Linville (George), Frances Smith (Talmadge) and Carolyn Virginia Hodges; and brother-in-law, Richard Lewis.Lieu is survived by her daughters, Elizabeth McCoy (Stephen Michael) and the Rev. Samuel A. Stanley Jr.; son, Samuel A. Stanley III; as well as her brother, Luke C. Smith.Surviving are children: Deb Leap (and the late Henry) of Harrisonburg, Va., Mark D. Stanley (and Susan) of Broomfield, Colo., Timothy A. Stanley (and Melanie) of Herndon, Va., and Martha S. Jones (and Bob) of Manassas, Va.; grandchildren: Melanie Headley, Aaron Rosenberg, Russell Smith, Heather Jones, Kim Rosenberg, Amy Leap Miller, Emily Danner and Robert Stanley; great-grandchildren: Peter, Quinn, Violet, Hero, Zachary, Lexi, Ava, Lizzie and Russell IV; sister-in-law, Ann Smith; and numerous nephews and nieces.From 1946-1990, she relished her role as a preachers wife by playing the organ, singing in the choir, participating in womens groups, and hostessing innumerable open houses and Christmas parties for congregations in the Virginia United Methodist churches of Cambria, Pembroke, Roanoke, Norfolk, Richmond, Staunton, Falls Church, Hampton and Arlington. Memorials may be made to Mountain Valley Hospice, 730 East Church St., Suite 13, Martinsville, VA 24112. Dr. F. Douglas Dillard proceeded her in death in 2005. She began her ministerial career in the Virginia Conference in 1979 at Pocomoke. Get directions. Always remember how very much we love you. He considered it a blessing from God to be born a Virginian.Dudley will be interred in a small family ceremony. She is also survived by her daughter, Kerrie Kessler Hillman (David); and son, Paul William Kessler (Jen); and four grandchildren who were her greatest joy in her later life, Isabel Ruth Hillman, Isaac Mitchell Hillman, Gabriel William Kessler and Jack Nathaniel Kessler; as well as her goddaughter, DeLisa Hooks Christ (Alan).The family would like to acknowledge Margaret Love, Linda Cannon and Ritchel Smith, who brought dignity and joy to her last years.