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Danny (Dblkick)

Nov 21, 1960 - Nov 30, 2023

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Chesterfield, VA

Danny Allen Mizelle (DblKick) 63 of Chesterfield, Virginia, passed away on Thursday, November 30, 2023, peacefully in his home surrounded by family. Danny was born in Richmond, Virginia on November 21, 1960. He spent the majority of his life as a drummer for many bands over the last 40 years. He was a legacy in the local music scene. Danny is preceded in death by his parents, father Clarence (Vic) Mizelle and mother and stepfather, Winnie and Granville Beadles. Danny is survived by wife of 21 ye...Read More

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Lisa Cain Curran

Feb 20, 1954 - Jan 28, 2024

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Chesterfield, VA

Lisa Cain CurranFebruary 20, 1954 – January 28, 2024Lisa Cain Curran, age 69, of Powhatan, VA passed away on Sunday, January 28, 2024 in Chesterfield, VA after a hard-fought battle with lung cancer and heart disease.Funeral services will be held at Grace Episcopal Church in Berryville, VA on May 4, 2024 at 11am. A gathering of family and friends will occur at the Parrish Hall after the service.Lisa was born in Charles Town, WV to James Robert Cain and Constance Goode Cain on February 20, 1954. She went to high school in Charles Town before attending a year of nursing school and other college and professional courses. Lisa owned a secretarial agency which was sold in 1974. She married Christopher Michael Curran on June 6, 1979 in London, England. Later she was a top manager at AB&C corporation and fulfillment company before spending several years as a legal assistant for an elder care attorney. She ended her career as an office manager and bookkeeper for Century 21 Redwood Realty in Berryville. Chris and Lisa lived in Clarke County at the foot of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains for many years before moving to Powhatan in 2021.Lisa selflessly spent most of her life helping others. She volunteered her time and love to Blue Ridge Hospice as well as the food bank and backpacks program at Grace Episcopal Church. Her greatest loves were her grandchildren and the children she guided as an emergency foster care parent. Several of her foster children are still in touch as adults. When Lisa wasn’t taking care of someone else, she loved to garden, read, and dance.Lisa is preceded in death by her mother (Connie Cain), her bonus mother (Edna Cain), and her father (Bob Cain).Lisa is survived by her devoted husband Chris, daughter Samantha Carson and husband Greg, son Terrance Curran and partner Hillary, brother Robby Cain and wife Sherry, brother Joe Cain and wife Barbara, grandchildren Andrew, Abigail, Hailey, and Caitlyn Carson, as well as nieces, nephews, and cousins.In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Lisa’s honor to St. Mary’s Episcopal Church at 106 N Buckmarsh St, Berryville, VA 22611.

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Linda Carol Sirles

Jul 05, 1939 - Feb 18, 2024

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North Chesterfield, VA

Our sweet angel, Linda Carol Sirles, returned peacefully to her Heavenly Father on Sunday, February 18, 2024. Linda was born July 5, 1939, in Hopewell, Virginia. She graduated from Thomas Dale High School and married her sweetheart, Melvin Sirles, to whom she has been married 66 years. She devoted her life to her family and her friends – who were family to her. She was happiest surrounded by the ones she loved and gave generously all her life whenever someone had a need. She loved to sing, to sew, to decorate and to make delicious meals for her family. Linda was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and departed this life knowing that her Savior, Jesus Christ; her Heavenly Father; and many cherished friends and family, were waiting to embrace her. She was predeceased by her parents, Clarence and Inez Martin. She is survived by her devoted husband, Melvin; her sister, Jane and brother-in-law, Frank; her son, Steve; her daughters, Anita (Cliff) and Wendy (Deo); her grandchildren, Connie (J.J.), Curtis (Cate), Kristin (Robert), Elias, Nicholas, Maya and Mikayla; her great-grandchildren, Lexi, Julie, Lily, Ava, Landon, Logan, Zoe, Trey and Elijah; her great-great- grandson, Zay; her nieces and nephews, Bryan (Coleen) Lisa, Darren (Savannah); and other devoted friends and family including Cecilia (Donnie); Alicia, and Kaye . We miss her with all of our hearts, but we will be with her again. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, February 26, 2024 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, 3541 Cogbill Road, North Chesterfield, VA 23234. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Park. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service on Monday from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. at the church. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Colonial Heights Chapel of E. Alvin Small Funeral Homes and Crematory, 2033 Boulevard. Condolences may be registered at www.ealvinsmall.com.

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John "Jack" Whitworth Crenshaw

Died : Feb 20, 2024

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Chesterfield, VA

Crenshaw, John "Jack" Whitworth, 87, of Chesterfield County, VA passed away on February 20, 2024 at home after nine years of ill health. He was surrounded by his wife and two children in his last days on this earth.Jack (best known as "Coach" to many) was born at home in Darvills, Dinwiddie County, VA to James Devon Crenshaw, Sr. and Eunice Erskine Stigall, both originally of Halifax County, VA. As a young child, Jack and his family moved to Victoria, VA where he attended school and graduated from Victoria High School in 1954. While at Victoria, he was co-captain of the football and baseball teams. Jack was a two-year starter in both football and baseball at Chowan Junior College from 1954-56. In 1955, he was selected for the All-State team as halfback helping to lead the Braves to a record of 8-1. Off the field, he was Vice-President of his freshman class and "May King" in 1956. Continuing his athletic and academic career at Guilford College, he was a two-way starter for the Quakers. In 1957, he was co-captain of the football team and the starting left fielder for the baseball team. In 1959, Jack graduated from college and began his coaching career. He served as the head football and head baseball coach at Aberdeen High School in Aberdeen, NC. He led the Aberdeen football team to a number one ranking in the state for 1963 and 1964. He was selected to coach the South Team in the North/South game of 1964 in Greenville, NC. He also had four years of coaching stints at Union Pines High School in Carthage, NC and Colonial Heights High School in Colonial Heights, VA. "Coach" received his Master’s degree in Physical Education and Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1963. In 1968, he left athletics and education to become a salesman with Holt, Rinehart and Winston Publishing Company (subsidiary of CBS) where he held that position for twenty years until the company was sold. Jack was named National Salesman of the Year on several occasions. In 1998, Jack was inducted into the Chowan College Braves Hall of Fame.After leaving the book business, he became the freight salesman for Abilene Motor Express, located in VA, until he retired in 2004. Coach was also a prolific golfer, where he won many local tournaments and amazingly had three hole-in-ones to his credit.Prior to 2015, Jack possessed an unrivaled sense of humor and wit. The things he could dryly quip in less than an instant would make even the most serious of people laugh. His memory was like an absorbent, unwrung sponge as he never forgot a single thing he learned, yet he was very quick to instruct his children to "go look it up in the dictionary/encyclopedia" when they asked a question. Jack’s character and moral compass were of utmost importance to him and he drilled these traits into his athletes, students and children and would accept no less than best personal attempts, always.He leaves behind his wife of 49 years, Nancy M Hardman, his son, Kenneth G Crenshaw (Kristen) of Charlotte, NC, daughter, Karen LC Eager (Josh) of Hanover, VA and grandson, Austin T Pearce. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers James D, George T, William F and G Deane Crenshaw and sisters E. Marguerite Royster and Elizabeth A Stephens. A memorial service will be held at Swift Creek Presbyterian Church on Saturday, February 24th at 11 am in Moseley, VA with visitation at 10am. A private burial will take place at Oak Level Presbyterian Church in Halifax County, VA next to his parents, brother and other relatives. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Chowan Brave Hawks Club in Murfreesboro, NC or to Swift Creek Presbyterian Church.Online condolences may be directed to www.powellfuneralinc.comArrangements have been entrusted to Powell Funeral Home, 1603 Wilborn Ave., South Boston, VA 24592

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Donna Rae Bressler Belvin

May 05, 1938 - Feb 21, 2024

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Chesterfield, VA

BELVIN, Donna Rae Bressler, 85, of Chesterfield, Virginia, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 21, 2024. She was preceded in death by her husband Ernest Lloyd Belvin, her parents Cecelia and Harold Bressler, and two sisters, Jean Carol Whitmore and Shirley Rowland. She is survived by two daughters, Natalie Meredith and Janet Ellena. Three grandchildren, Sarah Cecelia Curtis (Collin); Theresa Tilton (David); and Timothy Ellena (Stephanie); and eight great-grandchildren; and one sister Dororthy Reid, and many nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 5:30 – 8:00 PM on Friday, March 1st at the Woody Funeral Home at 1020 Huguenot Road, Midlothian, Virginia. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, March 2nd @ 11:00 AM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints at 1957 Capeway Road, Powhatan, Virginia. Interment will follow at the Church of Our Saviour in Montpelier, Virginia. The family would like to thank Donna’s many caregivers at Spring Arbor of Salisbury Assisted Living facility for their care and compassion.

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Emmitt Clifton Thomas, Sr.

Jun 06, 1940 - Feb 25, 2024

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North Chesterfield, VA

Thomas, Emmitt Clifton, Sr., “Sonny”, nicknamed “Big E”, 83, of North Chesterfield, passed away peacefully at home February 25th, 2024. He is survived by his loving wife, Irene, daughter, Paige, son, Emmitt Jr., great-granddaughter, Gabby, along with numerous loving family and friends. The family will receive friends for two nights of visitation; Saturday, March 1st from 2pm to 4pm, Sunday March 2nd from 6pm to 8pm at Bliley’s Chippenham Chapel 6900 Hull St. A funeral service will be held in his honor also at Bliley’s Chippenham on Monday, March 4th at 11am followed by a procession to his final resting place, Greenwood Memorial Gardens 12609 Patterson Avenue.

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Wilford Harold Pierre

Dec 08, 1944 - Feb 23, 2024

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South Chesterfield, VA

"Wilford Harold Pierre, 79, of South Chesterfield, VA, passed away peacefully in his residence on February 23, 2024. Born and raised in Folsom, LA, he was the son of the late Duncan and Elizabeth Pierre. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Connie L Pierre, of South Chesterfield; a brother, Castle Pierre, of Mississippi; and as well as several other family members and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents; his brothers, Charles, Luther, Lindsey, Eldon; and sisters, Eva Mae and Elvira. Mr. Pierre who was a Vietnam Veteran proudly served his country within the United States Army for 23 years and 7 months. While serving he received many accommodations and medals. Mr. Pierre retired as a Master Sargeant/E8. The family is being served by J.T. Morriss \u0026amp; Son Funeral Home - Hopewell Chapel."

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Frances Louise Pugh

Mar 16, 1945 - Feb 22, 2024

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Chesterfield, VA

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Frances “Fran” Louise Pugh. Born in York, PA on March 16, 1945, she passed away peacefully, surrounded by her daughters, on February 22, 2024, in Chesterfield, VA. Fran will be reunited with her parents, Charles and Virginia Beck; her loving husband, Roger William Pugh; and her beloved daughters, Cheryl Ann Spears and Constance Paige Pugh.Fran’s memory will live on with her daughters, Sandy Smith (Dan), Gail Short, Rebecca Noel (Wayne), and Deanna Rae. She also leaves behind her twenty grandchildren, twenty-two great-grandchildren, and her faithful and beloved four-legged companion, Max.After graduating from William Penn High School and getting her Associate’s Degree, Fran began a career working for the United States Department of Defense. After retiring, Fran found fulfillment in her role at Jackson Davis Elementary, where she continued her passion for helping others.In her lifetime, she found joy in aiding those in need and took pleasure in hobbies such as solving crossword puzzles, reading, and sharing the memories she had of the children she cared for at the school. Fran was a devoted pet owner to her dog Max, who brought her great comfort and companionship. She will be remembered for her compassionate spirit and dedication to making a difference in the lives of those she touched.Family and friends will gather for a visitation on Wednesday, February 28, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Bliley’s – Staples Mill. Services will take place the next morning at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 29, at Bliley’s – Staples Mill with interment to follow at Greenwood Memorial Gardens.In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Jackson Davis Elementary in Fran’s honor.

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Joan Mays Stewart

Sep 30, 1941 - Feb 18, 2024

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Chesterfield, VA

Joan Mays Stewart, 82, of Lynchburg, passed away on Sunday, February 18, in Chesterfield, Virginia, where she was a resident at Bickford of Chesterfield.Joan was born on September 30, 1941, in Lynchburg, to Emmett Earl Mays and Ethel Williams Mays. She grew up in