At age 20 in 1943, Mrs. Orange became the first female flight instructor in the Richmond/Tidewater area. She was also the first female president of the Virginia Aeronautical Historical Society.
posted 03.22.2010Theodosia G. Wake
Theodosia Griffin Wake of Wake passed away suddenly on March 14, 2010 at her home. She was predeceased by a son, Albert.
posted 03.22.2010Dorothy White Fewell
Dot was the daughter of the late Reverend Edgar B. White and Nellie Ora Brown White. She was predeceased by her only sibling, Frances White Snead of Point of Fork, Va., and an adored daughter, Nell Elizabeth (Betsy) Paret Wilkinson of Manakin Sabot, as well as a special grandson, Matthew (Matty) Wayne Paret of Camden Wyoming, Del.
posted 03.16.2010Anthony E. Berlinghoff Jr.
Anthony E. "Ed" Berlinghoff Jr., 72, of Middlesex County passed away Sunday, March 7, 2010. He is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Nola L. Berlinghoff; his children, MGySgt. Anthony Charles “Tony” (Kim), Stephen (Lesa) and Mary Beth Ayres (John); brothers and sisters, Jim Berlinghoff (Vickie), Jean Reynolds (Charlie) and Donna Campbell (John); and his grandchildren.
posted 03.10.2010Barbara C.W. Jude
Barbara Constella Ward Jude of Urbanna, formerly of Richmond, passed away Tuesday, March 2, 2010. She is survived by her husband, George Linwood; three sons, Anthony, Jeffrey and Craig; one daughter, Rochelle J. O'Meally; five grandchildren, Kelli, Chantella, Cameron, Ryan and Maurice; and one sister, Thelma W. Simmons.
posted 03.10.2010Elizabeth B. Ebron
Elizabeth B. Ebron, 92, of Topping passed away March 5, 2010. She is survived by several stepchildren; and adopted grandchildren, Carlton and Terri Harrison.