Miscellaneous Fauquier County, Virginia Obituaries
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Wilma Gray Lee Albrecht, 80, of Warrenton, died April 1, 2001, at Blue Ridge Christian Home near Bealeton.
Born June 9, 1920, in Johnson County, N.C., she was a daughter of the late Thurman A. and Claudia Gold Lee.
Mrs. Albrecht was a teacher, a member of the Warrenton Baptist Church and a former member of Linconia United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Robert Albrecht; two sons, Robert Eugene Albrecht Jr. of Amissville and David Clark Albrecht of San Jose, Calif.; a daughter, Sherrie Darlene Albrecht of San Jose, and a granddaughter, Grace Abigail Lee Albrecht of Amissville.
She was preceded in death by a son, Lee Wayne Albrecht, and a sister, Laurastine Rayfield.
The Rev. Sam P. Jones conducted the funeral April 4 at Warrenton Baptist Church. Interment was in Bright View Cemetery near Warrenton.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,
5845 Richmond Highway, Suite 630, Alexandria, Va. 22303.
Clarence E. Horton
Clarence Edward "Boots" Horton, 62, of Warrenton, died March 25, 2001, at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville.
He was born Aug. 27, 1938.
Survivors include two daughters, Joyce Carter and Patricia L. Carter, both of Warrenton; two sons, Clarence J. Carter and Edward L. Carter, both of Warrenton; two sisters, Gladys Horton of Harrisburg, Pa., and Margaret Walker of Warrenton; a brother, Eugene Horton of Warrenton; four grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
The Rev. David Carter conducted the funeral March 31 at First Baptist
Church in Warrenton. Interment was private.
Forrest N. Moffett
Forrest Nimrod Moffett, 81, of Marshall, died April 3, 2001, at Fauquier Hospital.
Born Sept. 17, 1919, in Fauquier County, he was a son of the late Samuel R. and Nellie Rinker Moffett.
Mr. Moffett served in the U.S. Army in World War II. He worked as a truck driver.
Survivors include his caretaker, Elizabeth Glascock of Marshall; a brother, William Moffett of Marshall, and a sister, Marguerite Peel of Sneads, Fla.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 5, at Moser Funeral Home in Warrenton.
The Rev. Richard Russell will conduct a service at 11 a.m. Friday, April
6, at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Marshall Cemetery.
Raymond R. Guest Jr.
Raymond R. "Andy" Guest Jr., 61, a Republican member of the Virginia
House of Delegates who served as minority leader from 1986 to 1992, died
of cancer April 2, 2001, at his home, Rock Hill Farm, in Front Royal.
Mr. Guest was a lifelong resident of the Shenandoah Valley and served 27 years in the Virginia legislature before retiring in 1999. He had served on the committees on conservation and natural resources, agriculture, roads and internal navigation, appropriations, and rules.
His district included part of Fauquier County in the 1980s.
He was a leader in the establishment of thoroughbred horse racing in Virginia and was a member of the Virginia State Crime Commission and the Virginia Industrial Development Authority. He also was instrumental in the establishment of the Rockland Agricultural District.
In 1995, a new state park in Southern Warren County was named in his honor as the Raymond R. "Andy" Guest Shenandoah River State Park.
He was the son of the late Elizabeth Polk Guest and late Raymond R. Guest, a former Virginia senator and ambassador to Ireland.
The younger Mr. Guest was also a farmer and banker. He was a member of the board of directors of Bessemer Trust Companies and Bessemer Securities Corp. He was a graduate of Yale University, and he had served in the Marine Corps Reserve.
After college, he served on the International Polo Team as a representative of the United States. Later, he was a member of the U.S. Polo Association's board of governors.
Mr. Guest was a member of Rotary, the Cedarville Ruritan Club, the Izaak Walton League and the Elks. He was a past chairman of Warren Memorial Hospital.
His marriage to Patricia Hazard Donovan ended in divorce.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Scott Derrick Guest of Front Royal;
their children, Mary Elizabeth Looney of Middleburg and Raymond R. Guest
III of Bradenton, Fla.; a stepson, William G. Yarborough III of Asheville,
N.C.; three sisters, Elizabeth Guest Stevens of Washington, Virginia Guest
Valentine of Richmond and Laetitia Guest Oppenheim of Paris; a brother,
Archie Murat Guest of Fredericksburg, and eight grandchildren.
Homer E. Pinkard Jr.
Homer E. Pinkard Jr., 61, of Marshall, died April 2, 2001, at the University of Maryland's Greenbaum Cancer Center in Baltimore.
Mr. Pinkard was a self-employed accountant in Northern Virginia for 30 years and in Warrenton for seven years. He taught youth and Sunday school classes in various churches in Northern Virginia. He belonged to the Christian Business Men's Committee.
He is survived by his wife, Darlene W. Pinkard; two sons, Greg Pinkard of Richmond and Tim Pinkard of Annandale; his mother, Helen T. Pinkard of Bealeton; a sister, Jane Campbell of Arlington; two grandchildren, and four nieces and a nephew.
The family will receive friends on Friday, April 6, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at Moser Funeral Home in Warrenton. Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 7, at 11 a.m. at Moser Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alliance Bible Church, P.O.
Box 1026, Culpeper, Va. 22701 or to University of Maryland, Greenbaum Cancer
Center, BMT Fund, N.9 E-12, 22 South Greene St., Baltimore, Md. 21201.
James R. Wright
James Rives Wright, 75, of Hedgesville, W.Va., formerly of Delaplane, died March 28, 2001, in the Winchester Medical Center.
Mr. Wright was born Sept. 16, 1925, in Upperville, a son of the late Rives Randolph and Daisy Jane Wright Wright. (She was a Wright and married a Wright.)
Mr. Wright was a farmer.
Survivors include his wife, Mattie Lee Wright of Hedgesville; five daughters, Helen S. Bush of Hedgesville, Mary F. Crossman of Manassas, Deloris Pearson of Linden, Cindy Lynn Wright of Richmond and Kay F. Baughan of Crewe; a son, Warren E. Wright of Manassas; a sister, Dorothy Breeden of Manassas; 15 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.
The Rev. Dr. Bill Tatum conducted a service March 31 at Royston Funeral
Home in Marshall. Interment was in the Ivy Hill Cemetery in Upperville.
Rebecca F. Jenkins
Rebecca "Becky" Ford Jenkins, of Culpeper, died March 30, 2001, at Culpeper Regional Hospital. She was 82.
She was born Jan. 25, 1919, in Madison County. She was a homemaker and a devoted wife and mother. She worked for many years at the clothing manufactory Aileen. Through baby-sitting and her love of children, she touched countless lives.
Mrs. Jenkins was a member of Robinson River Primitive Baptist Church in Brightwood.
Survivors include her husband of 50 years, Eugene Jenkins of Culpeper; two sons, Doug Jenkins of Culpeper and Charlie L. Utz Jr. and his wife Doris of Ruckersville; three sisters, Juanita Settle of Amissville, Mary M. Utz of Aroda and Annie Weaver of Burnt Tree; two brothers, Joseph A. Ford of Brightwood and Jacob D. Ford of Riverdale, Md.; two grandchildren, David and Greg Utz; four great-children, Kyle, Adam, Eric and Hailey Utz; devoted friend Betty Edwards and her children Shawn and Brandon Edwards, and a number of nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Jacob C. Ford and Lilly Clore Ford, and brothers and sisters, Aubrey G. Ford, George Nelson Ford, Yancy W. Ford Sr., Mary Catherine Ford, Georgia Neely Ford and Phillip Henry Ford.
A service was conducted at the Clore-English Funeral Home with Elder Toliver Utz and Elder Gary Utz officiating. Interment was in Robinson River Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Brightwood.
Memorial contributions may be made to Culpeper Volunteer Rescue Squad,
P.O. Box 731, Culpeper, Va. 22701.
Julia Fay Smith
Julia Fay Shaw Smith, 83, of Warrenton, died March 30, 2001, at The Fauquier Hospital.
She was born Aug. 11, 1917, in Richmond, a daughter of the late Charles Gordon Shaw and Lulu Mae Joyner Shaw. She was predeceased by five siblings.
Mrs. Smith was a nurse who received her education and training at the Fairfax Hospital. She worked at The Fauquier Hospital on the Tom Frost Wing, the Emergency Department and the Maternity Department until her retirement.
She was a member of the Warrenton United Methodist Church until recently when she joined the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church near Orlean.
She was preceded in death by her husband, James Leroy Smith, in August 2000.
She is survived by two daughters, Sandra S. Henley and Judith S. Austin, both of Warrenton; a son, Douglas E. Smith of West Hartford, Conn.; two sisters, Sylvia Thompson of Virginia Beach and Gloria Blades of Bothel, Wash.; seven grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
The funeral took place April 1 at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, with the Rev. David E Craig officiating. Interment was in Warrenton Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Northern Virginia,
P.O. Box 1576, Merrifield, Va. 22116-1576 or to Wesley Chapel United Methodist
Church, P.O. Box 135, Orlean, Va. 20128.
Jesse Dawson, 73, formerly of Middleburg, died March 30, 2001, in Luray.
Born in Leesburg, she was a daughter of the late George Cleveland and Bertie Teal Powell and wife of the late Welby Warren Dawson.
Survivors include two daughters, Bertie Yeager of Mullin, Texas, and Jesse Dodson of Fort St. Lucie, Fla.; three sisters, Alma Bridge of Gainesville, Lula Powell of Arlington and Mary Cooper of Leesburg; a brother, Charles Powell of Haymarket; four grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
Pastor Jon Huddleston conducted a service April 3 at Royston Funeral Home in Middleburg. Interment was in Middleburg Memorial Cemetery.
Harold Hamby, 80, of Marshall, died June 6, 2001, at Fauquier Hospital.
Born Sept. 19, 1920, in Gatliff, Ky., he was a son of the late Claude and Ota Cummins Hamby.
Mr. Hamby was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army. He was honorably discharged with the rank of staff sergeant.
Mr. Hamby was retired as an electrician at the former Vint Hill Farms Station.
He was a member of the Mt. Carmel Masonic Lodge 133 in Warrenton, the Kena Temple in Fairfax, the Camel Herders and the Royal Order of the Jesters. He was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, formerly the Marshall Chapter 101 in Warrenton, but now the Haymarket Order of the Eastern Star 123.
He was a member and former deacon at the Warrenton Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Ella J. Hamby; a daughter, Wanda H. Doud of Woodbridge; a son, Larry R. Hamby of Marshall, and four grandchildren.
The Rev. Jay Lawson conducted the funeral services June 9 at Moser Funeral Home in Warrenton. Interment was in Stonewall Memory Gardens near Manassas.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Kena Temple, P.O. Box 456,
Merrifield, Va. 22116 for the crippled children's hospital.
Margaret C. Hurst
Margaret C. Hurst died at her home on Winchester Street in Warrenton, on June 12, 2001.
Mrs. Hurst was predeceased by her husband, Clifton Parke Hurst, in 1999, whom she married in 1935. Mr. and Mrs. Hurst owned and operated Hurst Jewelers on Main Street from 1938 until their retirement in 1992.
Mrs. Hurst was a longtime member of the Warrenton Presbyterian Church and a charter member of the Francis Fauquier Garden Club. She will long be remembered by her friends and neighbors for her graciousness, her generosity and her hospitality.
The Rev. Carl Schmahl and the Rev. J. Richard Winter will conduct graveside service at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 14, at the Warrenton Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Fauquier SPCA, P.O. Box 733,
Warrenton, Va. 20188.
Helen B. Roberts
Helen Bernice Roberts, 70, of Front Royal, died June 8, 2001, in the Warren County Memorial Hospital in Front Royal.
Mrs. Roberts was born at Hume on Aug. 22, 1930, a daughter of the late Frank and Velia B. Lane Cook.
Mrs. Roberts was predeceased by her husband William Roberts in 1987.
Survivors include eight daughters, Marvel C. Jackson, H. Bernice Roberts, Joan E. Lane, Catherine Jackson, Doris J. Roberts and Betty S. Roberts, all of Front Royal, Joyce L. Roberts of Fairfax and Darlene V. Roberts of Silver Spring, Md.; a son, Jackie Roberts of Markham; six sisters, Bessie Adams, Margaret Fowler, Velia B. Porter, Irene Summers and Gloria Cook, all of Washington, D.C., and Phyllis Gray of Harrisburg, Pa.; a brother, George Cook of Harrisburg, Pa.; 43 grandchildren, and 56 great-grandchildren.
The Rev. Douglas Gore conducted the funeral June 12 at Beulah Baptist
Church in Markham. Interment was in the Mt. Morris Community Cemetery at
Lucille M. Hackman
Lucille Mullin Hackman, who spent many years as an executive in the chemical business and also was heavily involved in the breeding and raising of thoroughbred racehorses at Orange Hill Farm in Middleburg, died June 8, 2001, at the Winchester Hospital from congestive heart disease. She was 78.
Mrs. Hackman was born March 23, 1923, and raised in Ridgefield, N.J. She was an executive in the 1950s and '60s for the W.R. Grace Co. in New York. She married William M. Hackman, owner of the Hatco Chemical Co. in 1964, and they moved to the Middleburg area at that time.
She and her husband have been deeply involved in thoroughbred and steeplechase racing. They bred and raced a number of championship horses at tracks in New York, California, New Jersey and Maryland, including more than 20 winners of graded stakes races.
Their horse, Leaping Frog, was the 1980 winner of the prestigious Temple Gwathmey at the Middleburg Spring Races, one of the premier events in steeplechasing. Many of their thoroughbreds raised at Orange Hill were sold at major auctions at Saratoga in New York and Keeneland in Kentucky.
Mrs. Hackman was a voracious reader, a collector of fine art and a world traveler. For the last 12 years, she and her husband also had a residence in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and were members of the Lauderdale Yacht Club.
Mrs. Hackman is survived by her husband, William H. Hackman; her stepson, Jim Hackman; a grandchild, Elizabeth of Atlanta; her sister, Patricia Mullin of Ridgefield, N.J.; a niece, Patricia Varisco of Coral Springs, Fla.; three grandnieces, and two grandnephews.
The funeral service will take place at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 14, at
St. Stephen's Catholic Church in Middleburg.
John J. Norman Sr.
John Joseph Norman Sr., 72, of Haymarket, died June 1, 2001, at the Prince William Hospital in Manassas.
He was born in Purcellville, the son of the late Joseph Elijah and Lillian Lightner Norman.
Mr. Norman graduated from Osbourn High School in Manassas in 1946 and attended Virginia Tech and Strayer College.
He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1948 and was commissioned from Officer Candidate School in 1949. He spent three years at SHAPE Headquarters in Paris, France, and was honorably discharged from the Army in 1954 with the rank of captain.
In 1955, he opened Norman Realty in Manassas.
He served three terms as president of the Prince William County Board of Realtors. He also served for six years on the board of directors of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties and at the time of his death was a trustee emeritus.
Over the years, Mr. Norman was actively involved in numerous civic affairs and organizations. He had served as president of the Prince William-Greater Manassas Chamber of Commerce, most recently as a member of the Manassas Business Council, and was an active member of the board of the Manassas Center for the Arts.
He and friend Edward Wright in 1963 formed the Manassas Rotary Club, for which Mr. Norman later served as president.
He acted as president of Evergreen Farm Development Corp., which developed Evergreen Country Club. In 1968, he became Evergreen Country Club's first president.
He was deeply interested in his children's education and served on the board of trustees of Highland School in Warrenton for 11 years, during which time he was president of the board for several terms. He also was a member of the board of governors of St. Catherine's School in Richmond for five years.
His efforts on behalf of the Virginia Outdoors Foundation resulted in the acquisition of more than 3,000 acres on Bull Run Mountain which are preserved as open space.
He was a communicant of Grace Episcopal Church in The Plains.
He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Miriam Foss Norman; a son, John J. Norman Jr. of Alexandria; three daughters, Jennifer Grainger and Susan McAlister, both of Charlotte, N.C., and Aimee Sheahan of Dallas, Texas, and five grandchildren.
The Rev. Caroline Smith Parkinson conducted the funeral June 6 at Grace Episcopal Church. Interment was in Little Georgetown Cemetery in Broad Run.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Center for the Arts, 9218
Centreville Road, Manassas, Va. 20110; Hospice of Northern Virginia, P.O.
Box 1576, Merrifield, Va. 22116-1576, or to the School of Nursing Development
Office, Betty Norman Norris Professorship, Attn: Linda Davies, University
of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 22908.
Frances L. Bettis
Frances L. Bettis, 79, of Harrisonburg, died June 11, 2001, at the Camelot Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center.
She was a Fauquier County resident until moving to Camelot in 1992.
She was born Jan. 21, 1922, in Winchester, Va.
There are no survivors.
A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, June 15, at the
Bright View Cemetery near Warrenton.
Virginia H. B. Swartz
Virginia H. Beckett Swartz, 88, of Nokesville, died June 10, 2001, at Warrenton Overlook Care Center.
She was a lifetime member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority at College of William and Mary, an active member of Trinity Presbyterian Church and FLICRA in Clearwater, Fla.
She is predeceased by her husbands, Donald W. Beckett Sr. and William Swartz, and a sister, Mary S. Horton Black.
She is survived by three sons, Donald Whitney Beckett Jr. of Rochester, N.Y., Robert Sampson Beckett of Catlett and Thomas Horton Beckett of Warrenton; eight grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
The Rev. Joe Klotz will conduct a memorial service at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 16, at Nokesville United Methodist Church.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Northern Virginia,
P.O. Box 922, Falls Church, Va. 22040-0922.
Thomas F. Weaver
Thomas F. Weaver, 85, of Nappa Valley, Calif., and formerly of Broad Run, died June 6, 2001.
Mr. Weaver was a manufacturer's representative for Sloan Valve Co. for 38 years. He owned Tom Weaver Associates in Fairfax and retired in 1988.
He will be remembered for his wit and willingness to help others.
Mr. Weaver will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Amanda D. Newman
Amanda Diane Newman, 21, of Sumerduck, died June 10, 2001, at Fauquier Hospital.
Born Nov. 8, 1979 in Fredericksburg, she was the daughter of Donovan J. and Diane Fines Newman.
She was a 1998 graduate of Liberty High School. She was a member of the former Dixie Royals Majorettes. She was an avid horsewoman and had been a member of the Fauquier Foxes and Stablemates 4-H clubs. She competed in local and rated hunter jumper shows. She had just enlisted in the U.S. Army and was scheduled to be stationed at Ft. Jackson, S.C.
Survivors include her parents, Donovan J. Newman and Diane Fines Newman of Sumerduck; a brother, Dennis Lee Campbell Jr. of Stafford; her grandmothers, Betty C. Stephens of Fredericksburg and Dorothy E. Newman of Manassas; two grandfathers, Joseph R. Fines of Fredericksburg and J.D. "Don" Newman and step-grandmother Dottie C. Newman, both of Bealeton; two aunts, Sheila Stephens and Pamela Moran; two uncles, David and Bert Newman; and three cousins, Dustin, Ashley and Tyler Newman.
The Rev. M. Peyton Embrey will conduct the funeral at 2 p.m., Thursday, June 14, at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Mount Holly Cemetery in Remington.
Memorial contributions may be made to Equine Rescue League, P.O. Box
4366, Leesburg, Va. 20177.
Elizabeth A. Willingham
Elizabeth Ann "Annie" Willingham, 84, of Culpeper, died June 7, 2001 at Culpeper Health Care Center.
Born July 25, 1916, she was a daughter of the late Arie Elbert and Jennie Gertrude Moore.
She was a homemaker and a former custodian for Warrenton Baptist Church. She and her husband, the late Robert Lawrence Willingham, were longtime Fauquier residents until they moved several years ago to Culpeper.
She was preceded in death by her son, Robert L. Willingham Jr.
Survivors include a granddaughter, Angela Saralee Willingham and a daughter-in-law, Donna Willingham, both of Newark, Del., and a sister, Dorothy Wince of Marshall.
The Rev. Barbara J. Minter conducted graveside services June 12 at Orlean
Mary E. Rector
Mary Elizabeth Rector, 83, of Marshall, died June 11, 2001, at Fauquier Hospital.
Born February 16, 1918, in The Plains, she was the daughter of the late Herbert and Myrtle Gray Fletcher.
Survivors include her husband, Lynn J. Rector Sr. of Marshall; two daughters, Shirley T. Wines of Warrenton and Peggy Wang of Marshall; two sons, Roger L. Rector and Lynn J. "John" Rector Jr., both of Marshall; a brother, Sam Fletcher of Front Royal; 14 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 14, at Royston Funeral Home in Marshall.
The Rev. Jack Rudy will conduct a service at 2 p.m. Friday, June 15,
at the funeral home. Interment will be in Marshall Cemetery.
George M. Dustin
Lt. Col. George Millard Dustin, 69, of Jeffersonton, died June 12, 2001, at Fauquier Hospital.
Born Nov. 11, 1931, in Manchester, N.H., he was the son of the late Clinton and Stella Dustin.
He was retired from the U.S. Army after 21 years of service.
Survivors include his wife, Millie G. Dustin of Jeffersonton; four sons, David G. Dustin of Arlington, Daniel C. Dustin of Winston-Salem, N.C., Dennis J. Dustin of Points, W.Va., and Donald B. Dustin and daughter-in-law Janet Dustin, both of Springfield.
Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m., June 21, in Arlington National Cemetery. Interment will follow.
Memorial contributions made be made to Hospice Support of Fauquier County,
42 N. Fifth St., Warrenton, Va. 20186.
B. Owen Hoffman
B. Owen Hoffman, 77, of Reva, died June 11, 2001, at Culpeper Regional Hospital.
Born May 16, 1924, in Youngstown, Ohio, he was a son of the late Berkley Hoffman and Emma Freida Owens.
A truck driver, he was retired from Quarles Oil Co. He served in the Army during World War II.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Lee Hoffman, and a brother, Cecil Hoffman.
Survivors include two sons, Richard Hoffman Jr. of Spotsylvania and Bobby Hoffman of Reva; two daughters, Carolyn Harper of Front Royal and Peggy Hoffman of Orange; six grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.
The family will accept visitors from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 14, at Moser Funeral Home.
The Rev. Daniel Clegg will conduct funeral services at 11 a.m. Friday,
June 15, at the funeral home. Interment will be in Stonewall Memory Gardens
Edith B. Hall
Edith B. Hall, 86, of Centreville, died June 5, 2001, at Fauquier Hospital.
Born Sept. 15, 1914, in Greene County, she was a daughter of the late Finks D. and Mamie Mae Armentrout Bruce.
She had resided in Centreville 48 years until a recent move to The Oaks in Warrenton. She was a 50-year member of the Centreville United Methodist Church and was active with the Centreville Fire Department Auxiliary.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Chauncey J. Hall.
Survivors include he son, Larry C. Hall of Edgewater, Md.; two daughters, Rebecca H. McChesney of Rockport, Texas, and Anne H. Howard of Jeffersonton; a sister, Willie Mae Pritchett of Ruckersville, and six grandchildren, Laura Mulholland, Cindy Cobb, Angela Howard, Michael Howard, David Hall and Kevin Hall.
The family will accept visitors at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 16 in Moser Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m.
Memorial contributions made be made to American Lung Association, 9735 Main St., Suite 300, Fairfax, Va. 22031-3798.