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Feb 2, 2023
Noble Jess Pergram, 66, husband of Joanne Warmouth Pergram, passed away Thursday, February 2, 2023 at his home. Born August 21, 1956 in Bourbon County to the late Frank Cecil & Berdie Mae Woodard Pergram, he was a retired farmer. Noble loved spending time outdoors hunting, fishing, golfing & playing basketball with the kids and was a huge UK fan. Additional survivors include his children: Zachary Jess (Jessica) Pergram, Stacey Joe Pergram, Steven (Tracey) Warmouth, Roger Dale Frederick, Jr. , Barbara (David Lee) Maybrier, Melissa Martin (Donald Sumpter), & Tina (David) Lewis; 2 sisters, Betty (Jimmy) Ring & Ruby Jean Jones; and a special granddaughter, Sarah Martin, along with several grandchildren & great-grandchildren. Also preceding him in death were 2 brothers, Carl Eugene Pergram & Frank Cecil Pergram, Jr. , and 2 sisters, Mary Frances White & Evangeline Manus. Services will be 1:00 P. M. Monday, February 6th at Mathers-Gaunce Funeral Home by Chaplain Phillip Moody with burial to follow in Millersburg Cemetery. Visitation will be from 11:00 A. M. Monday until the time of service.
Jan 26, 2023
Poquoson -- Ret. USAF MSGT Eugene H. Anthony, Sr. , 78, of Poquoson passed away peacefully at home on January 26, 2023. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Peggy Anthony; children Michael (Kristi)Anthony, Gene Jr. , & daughter Michelle (Daniel) Stephens on, Grandchildren Daniel, Joshua, Isabella, Maiya, & Jaxon; his siblings: Billy, Paul Jr. , Dorothy, Shirley, Daisy, and Patricia as well as his best friend, Fred Mackey, and a host of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Paul Sr. , & Ivy Anthony, and sister Betty. Eugene was born on July 9, 1944, in Baltimore MD. He served 20 years in the USAF as a jet engine mechanic, specializing in the F-15 Eagle. He served in the Vietnam War and many missions around the world. He was frequently recognized by his commanding officers for his excellent work. He retired in 1985 from Langley Air Force Base First Tactical Fighter Wing. He received many awards and accolades including the AF Commendation medal, AF Outstanding Unit Award, AF Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, AF Longevity Service Award Ribbon, and NCO Professional Military Education Graduate Ribbon. Eugene began his second career at Muller Martini where he was a dedicated lead technician for 25+ years building bookbinding machinery. Eugene enjoyed spending time with his family, he loved playing games such as Monopoly & Sorry with his grandchildren. He positively impacted the lives of many through his wisdom, friendship, sense of humor, and generous spirit. He worked hard to provide a better life for his children and instilled those attributes into each of them. A graveside military service will be held at Hampton Memorial Gardens at 155 Butler Farm Rd, Hampton, VA on Saturday, February 11th at 3:00 pm. , immediately followed by a Celebration of Life and Repast at Langley Christian Church 175 Fox Hill Rd, Hampton, VA. In Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Langley Christian Church. Arrangements and heartfelt guidance by the staff of Claytor Rollins Funeral Home Condolences to claytorrollins. com
Feb 3, 2023
Amarillo- David Lee Legates, 71, passed away February 3, 2023 after a brief illness at The Medical Lodge nursing home in Amarillo, Texas. David was born in Paducah Texas on August 12, 1951 to William and Dorothy (Crumpler) Legates. His family moved to Hereford, Texas where he lived until relocating to Amarillo, Texas where he resided until his passing. He is survived by his brothers: Royce Legates and Richard Nolen of Amarillo, Texas; Bob and Carla Legates of Snyder, Oklahoma; Bobby Legates (nephew)Mustang, Oklahoma, Caden Legates (nephew) Yukon, Oklahoma; Tyler Legates (nephew) Mustang Oklahoma. He was preceded in death by his mother Dorothy Nolen and Step-Father Dewey Nolen. David touched the hearts of everyone he came in contact with over the years. His upbeat personality affected everyone in his orbit. He was affectionally known as the "Dr. Pepper Man" by everyone that knew him. Our family wish to express our deepest gratitude to the Nurses and Staff of The Medical Lodge Nursing Home for the outstanding care they provided for David during his stay. We are forever indebted to your kindness and professionalism. We love and miss you "Big Brother".
Jan 30, 2023
On January 30, 2023, Kristian Longo, 50, amazing, beloved, compassionate son, brother, husband and father passed away. He has left a void that will never be filled. He will remain forever in our hearts and we pray, peacefully cradled in the arms of God and his mother. Kristian was born in Poughkeepsie, NY on July 10, 1972 and moved the Boca Raton in 1978. He attended Addison Mizner Elementary School, Spanish River High School, and graduated from Florida State with a BA in Finance. Kristian worked for Gallo, New York Life, New England Financial and Med Receivables Financial Management Group. Kristian loved working out, fishing, blowing the lawn with his blower, watching his children play sports but most of all spending his spare moments with his wife, girls, and extended family. Kristian was preceded in death by his mother Andrea Longo and his father Joe Longo. He is survived by his wife and love of his life for 20 years, Rebecca, his daughters Riley & Raegan, sister Danielle (Anthony) Guzzetta and their 2 daughters Gianna and Bella, brother Joe (Shannon) Longo and their 2 daughters Alexi and Hannah, and his 2 dogs who he loved and adored, Snowy and Daisy. Kristian is also loved by many friends, Freddie Russo, his childhood friend from 6th grade and Jeff Phipps, one of his best friends that he met in high school. Some of the others that stand out include Clay Burch, Clay Olsen, Johnny Morrissey, Scottie Rubin, Scott Smith, Dave Gardella, Shannon Daigle (who he will meet in Heaven), Pete Flanagan, Lenny Silvestri, Jerry Corrigan, Damon Brush, Josh Mittenthal, Jeff Melanese, Todd Johnson and of course, Ed Meehan who was like a father to him. A gathering of Family and friends will be held from 2:30-3 PM on Monday, February 6th at Glick Family Funeral Home in Boca Raton where a Celebration of Life Service will begin at 3:00 PM. Please wear "bright colors" in memory of Kristian. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the Riley & Raegan Education Fund. To make a donation please click the "Donation Tab" at the top of the page.
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