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Collin Merrill

Jan 29, 1999 - Dec 02, 2023

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Virginia Beach, VA

Passed away Saturday December 2, 2023. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Carmen I. Cruz

Died : Feb 26, 1964

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Virginia Beach, VA

Passed away Monday February 26, 1964. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Kyler Michael Thibeault

Oct 29, 1998 - Feb 24, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of US Air Force Veteran, Kyler Michael Thibeault. Born on October 29, 1998 in Ventura California , Kyler departed from us on February 24, 2024 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Kyler was a man who will be remembered for his magnetic personality, his humorous and sarcastic (mostly inappropriate) wit, and his outgoing spirit. He had a love for driving and living fast. There was never a dull moment with Kyler. A graduate of Mountaineer Challenge Academy in Kingwood, WV, Class of 2015, having also attended Riverside High School in Belle, WV, Kyler went on to serve his country in the United States Air Force in 2016. However, one of his greatest accomplishments, which he held near and dear to his heart, was the birth of his daughter, Violet, on March 30, 2023. Kyler was predeceased by his father, Damon Feather, and his grandmother, Patricia Feather-Bellone. Kyler is survived by a loving and extensive family: daughter, Violet Brynn Perry; mother, Amanda Thibeault Legg; sisters, Riley Thibeault-Tinsley and Layla Legg; Special grandparents Michael and Kathleen Thibeault, and Dianna and Michael Hirl; Step-dad Eric Legg. Special friend and Coparent, Shayna Perry. uncles, Damien (Desirea) Ashley, and David Thibeault; aunts, Amy Peters, Julia Peters, Nicole Ramirez, and Erin (Mark) Farrell. Kyler also leaves his many cousins: Special cousin Brittany (Ariyah), Jacob, Levi, Logan, Nathan, Andrew, Kaitlynn, Harmony, Damien , and Andrea Willette; as well as, Adalynn, Autumn, Aviana, Asher, and Trent. Athena, Kyler’s German shepherd and best friend. Each one held a special place in his heart and will miss him deeply. Kyler’s loss is one that will be felt by many, but his memory will continue to live on in the hearts of those he left behind. Kyler will always be loved and forever missed. His legacy will live on through his daughter, Violet, and through the countless lives he touched during his time with us. In lieu of flowers, please consider showing your support for Kyler’s family by donating to his memorial fund “22 a day is 22 too many”

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Myrtle Woolard

Aug 03, 1948 - Feb 28, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

It is with great sadness that my brother, Lynn V. Godwin and I, William E. Godwin, Jr. announce that our beloved sister passed away on February 28, 2024. She was a blessing as a sister and a great lady. After graduating from high school, Myrtle worked as a legal secretary for Lamb & Hutchinson Attorney at Law until her marriage to Leo B. Woolard in August of 1969. They moved to Richmond, VA shortly after and Myrtle started working for Reynolds Aluminum which later became Alcoa. Myrtle and Leo came back to Virginia for a short while to be with our father, William E. Godwin, before his passing. Around 2002, Leo retired and Myrtle retired shortly thereafter; they sold all their possessions and purchased a mobile home and traveled until Leo passed in July of 2016. Myrtle left Richmond, VA in May of 2017 to live with her brother, Lynn. During this time, William and Lynn found that Myrtle was losing her memory and it was expected what the outcome was going to be. We are so grateful for the time we had with our sister, and know that our Savior the Lord Jesus Christ has her now. We will celebrate her life at 11:00 am on Monday, March 11, 2024 at Rosewood Kellum Funeral Home, Virginia Beach, VA. Viewing will begin at 10:00 am before the service. Burial will follow at Rosewood Memorial Park.

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Myrle Mortazavi

Sep 19, 1942 - Feb 26, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

Myrle Mortazavi, 81, of Virginia Beach, VA, passed away on February 26, 2024. Myrle was a graduate of Maury High School (1960) and Norfolk General Hospital School of Nursing (1964). She served as a registered nurse for 40 years at Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, VA and the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Hampton, VA. Myrle spent her life selflessly caring for others and was respected by many for her wisdom. Myrle is predeceased by her husband, Mahmood, 6 brothers, and 2 sisters. She is survived by her daughter, Jaleh Shea (Jordan); her brothers Dean Sikes (Donnie) and Gene Sikes (Margaret), and numerous nieces and nephews, including Harold E. Brown, Jr., and Gail Whitaker Craig (Mark). A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday, March 7, 2024 at 2pm with a visitation one hour prior at Rosewood Kellum Funeral Home, 601 N. Witchduck Rd., Virginia Beach, VA., followed by a burial at Rosewood Memorial Park. You may offer your condolences at www.kellumfuneralhome.com.

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Katherine Temple Vaden Roller

Apr 11, 1946 - Feb 24, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

Katherine Temple Vaden RollerApril 11, 1946 - February 24, 2024It is with great sadness and deep sorrow, that we announce the passing of our mother, Katherine Temple “Kit” Vaden Roller on February 24, 2024. Kit was a genuine source of grace, strength and joy to all who knew her.She was predeceased by her parents: William Penick Vaden and Lucy Latane Walker Vaden, both of Suffolk, VA. Her loving and devoted husband, George Harrell “Rusty” Roller predeceased her in late December of 2013.She is survived by her daughters, Katharine Dunn Roller, Elizabeth Harrell Roller Williams (Ron), both of Virginia Beach, and Jane Ashley Roller Inciong (Jegit), of Norfolk, VA; Her beloved granddaughters, Elizabeth Willis Williams of St. Augustine, FL, and Anna Roller Williams of Virginia Beach; Her sisters, Anne Spottswood Vaden Hodges (Barry), and Elizabeth Latane Vaden Porter (James), both of Richmond, VA; Sister-in-law, Cynthia Dunn Roller Timpany, and, nephew, Ian Dunn Timpany (Samantha), both of Boston, MA; Niece, Ellen Latane Porter Saba (Jordan), and nephew, Trent Farnham Hodges (Shannon), both of Richmond, VA. Kit leaves behind several great nieces and nephews whom she loved and adored.Kit graduated from Suffolk High School in 1964. She then studied and graduated from Averett College in 1966 and went on to graduate in 1968 from Longwood College. Following graduation, Kit taught third grade at Hermitage Elementary in Virginia Beach, spanning a career in education which lasted over three decades.Kit was also a longtime member of Main Street Methodist Church in Suffolk, VA., where she married her best friend, Rusty in January of 1979. Kit became a lifelong member of Galilee Episcopal, where she enjoyed and participated in numerous activities, such as the Altar Guild and the Roxanne Jordan Circle. The power of her faith was evident to all. She most generously shared her faith with others. You could always see Kit’s warm gestures to those in need, with a small garden bouquet in one hand, and her famous fudge sauce in the other. She was always blessing others.Following retirement, Kit joined the Bay Colony Garden Club. She created some of the most beautiful arrangements, at times simple, at times majestic and unique. Kit loved spending time in her garden, thriving in her world of flowers and greens. Whether planting hydrangeas or tending to her blueberry bush, she was an avid gardener.Kit enjoyed her life to the fullest. She was always excited about spending time with granddaughters, Elizabeth and Anna. She valued spending time with Rusty, whether traveling abroad or hiking and biking through Seashore State Park. She also cherished attending Thursday morning Women’s Bible study.Her smile and infectious spirit will be missed by all.The Roller Family would like to express their heartfelt thanks to longtime friend and companion, Valerie Rivers, who took meticulous care of Kit in her last two years.Funeral Services will be held at Galilee Episcopal Church on Friday, March 15th, 2024 at 11:00am.Interment will be held at Holly Lawn Cemetery 1525 North Main Street, Suffolk Saturday, March 16th at 10:00 am.In lieu of flowers, kindly donate to The Alzheimer’s Association, or the Diabetes Association.

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Ronald E. Green

May 05, 1945 - Feb 28, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

Ronald E. Green, 78, transitioned from this earthy home on February 28, 2024. He leaves to cherish his memories a host of relatives and friends.

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Ronald E. Green

May 05, 1945 - Feb 28, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

Ronald E. Green, 78, transitioned from this earthy home on February 28, 2024. He leaves to cherish his memories a host of relatives and friends.

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Marvin Joseph Weniger

Jun 01, 1939 - Feb 28, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

Marvin Joseph Weniger, 84, of Virginia Beach, Virginia, died on February 28, 2024.Born to John and Neva Weniger, Marvin was raised in Wahpeton, North Dakota. He attended high school at St. John's Preparatory School in Collegeville, Minnesota where he enjoyed debate club. He enlisted in the Navy after high school. Marvin studied electrical engineering at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho and later earned a Masters in International Studies from Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. He retired from the Navy in 1991 and moved his family aboard a sailboat for 11 years before settling in Virginia Beach, Virginia. There, he was active in church ministry, the Republican Party of Virginia Beach, and the Voter Integrity Board. Marvin was a loving husband and father who always had ice cream and pie for the grandkids when they visited. He put his all in everything he did.Marvin is survived by his wife Christine Weniger, his sister Teresa Murray, his ten children, and twenty-nine grandchildren.The Funeral Mass is at 11 AM on March 8, 2024 at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Norfolk, Virginia with Viewing starting at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations to Hope 4 Life (www.hope4lifeva.com) would be greatly appreciated.

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Anne M. Johnson

Mar 15, 1953 - Feb 29, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

Anne M. Johnson, 70, of Virginia Beach, VA died Thursday, February 29, 2024. Altmeyer Funeral Home, Southside Chapel, 5033 Rouse Drive, Virginia Beach, VA is in charge of arrangements. (AltmeyerFH.com)

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William "Bill" Walter Harrison, Jr.

Aug 03, 1950 - Feb 28, 2024

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Virginia Beach, VA

Well, friends, the world just got a little less colorful with the passing of William “Bill” Walter Harrison, Jr. Born on August 3, 1950, Bill was quite the character, and his departure on February 28, 2024, left a void that can only be filled with laughter and irreverence. Survived by his daughter Ali Renee Harrison, son David Justin Harrison, and a pack of brothers – James Lee, John Wayne (MaryAnn), and Patrick Henry, Bill also leaves behind his cherished miniature pincher, Schatzie, who probably has no idea what’s going on but misses the guy anyway. In his heyday, Bill hustled at the Open Air Market in Ocean View, where he learned that life is too short to sell fruits and veggies. His stint at the HRBT (known as “W.W.” by his coworkers) was memorable, though we suspect most memories involved creative use of colorful language. Bill climbed the corporate ladder at Volvo Group North America for a whopping 38 years before he called it quits, proving that if you stick around long enough, they might just make you the boss. Retiring didn’t sit well with Bill, so he decided to join Altmeyer Funeral Homes because, hey, what’s a little career change when you’ve already conquered the auto industry? At Altmeyer, Bill’s talents knew no bounds. From escorting the departed to chauffeuring the bereaved, he took pride and showed utmost care and respect in his service to families. He was also a proud brother in the Masonic Lodge #266 and a card-carrying member of the Shriners at the Khedive Temple – where he probably cracked a few jokes that would make even a sailor blush and he did it all with a style that can only be described as “Bill-esque.” Bill’s family reunion in the afterlife just got a lot rowdier as he joins his parents, sister Sandra Mathis and her husband Gene Mathis, sister-in-law Edna G. Harrison, Cindi K. Harrison, Elizabeth “Nanny” Harrison, and his most favorite uncle, James Thompson. We bet they’re already sharing stories and raising a glass to the man who lived life unapologetically. Known for his refined palate that embraced the finer things in fast food, Bill had a love affair with Doug’s Hot Dogs, Mr. Jim’s, Surfrider, Golden Corral, Rally’s, Zeroes, and anything else that came in a paper bag. He could often be found on his boats, sailing the Chesapeake Bay and The Cove in his trusty boat shoes, proving that you’re never too old for deck shoes and adventure. Bill’s love for Nascar was as unwavering as his love for fast food, and he could spot a left turn from a mile away. Western movies were his other passion, where he learned that a cowboy hat can make anyone look cool. But let’s not forget Bill’s true talent – his appreciation for the fairer sex. A ladies’ man to the end, he never let his age get in the way of showing his admiration for the female form. Bill loved women until the very last heartbeat, and we’re pretty sure he’s charming the angels as we speak. A memorial service to celebrate the life, laughter, and crass humor of Bill Harrison will be held on March 10, 2024, at 1:00 PM at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5033 Rouse Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23462. In honor of Bill. because, let’s face it, that’s what Bill would have wanted. Cheers to a life well-lived, Bill – you’ll be sorely missed, but never ever forgotten.

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