Anne K. Longest
As the sun rose on the morning of Thursday, May 31, 2012, the Lord called home Anne Kegley Longest. She was born and raised in Newport News. She met the love of her life John William Longest Jr., and wed on June 10, 1960. Together they raised their family, three sons, in Newport News before relocating to Jamaica in 1976.
posted 06.01.2012Shirley D. Madison
Shirley Deloris Madison of Middlesex entered eternal rest just the way she lived, quiet and at peace on Saturday, May 26, 2012. She was born January 18, 1943 to Cordia S. Madison Jones. Shirley joined Grafton Baptist Church at an early age and accepted Christ.
posted 05.30.2012Ophelia R. Longest
Ophelia Rammell Longest, born September 13, 1920, at Dixie, went to be with her Lord on Thursday, May 24, 2012, at her home in Dutton, Mathews County, after a battle with congestive heart failure. She was a member of Spring Hill Baptist Church.
posted 05.30.2012Jerry Atterholt
Jerry Atterholt, 59, of Midlothian and Urbanna, died Friday, May 25, 2012. He is survived by his wife, Mary Jo Atterholt; daughters, Ashby K. Pond, Sarah M. Jencik, and Carter C. Hathaway; and a grandson, Kieran Hathaway.
posted 05.30.2012Novella Brown
In the early morning hours of May 28, 2012, God called Grandma home. She was ready and answered Him quietly and peacefully. Novella Brown of Mathews was preceded in death by her parents, Roland and Stella Hudgins; her husband, John Elton Brown; and a son, Bobby Brown.
posted 05.29.2012Wesley C. Greenwood Jr.
Wesley Christopher Greenwood Jr., a true Virginia waterman and sportsman, departed this life on Friday, May 25, 2012. Born in Stevensville, he soon found himself in Middlesex County where he lived out his later life on the water as a commercial fisherman. He also was a fur trader and trapper throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. He was the founder of Greenwood Fur and Scrap, currently Middlesex Metals.