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Larry Dewalt

Jun 07, 1943 - Nov 27, 2023

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Arlington, VA

Larry Samuel DeWalt passed away peacefully on November 27, 2023, at Vierra Falls Church Nursing and Rehabilitation. Larry was born on June 7, 1943, in Philadelphia, PA to the late Martin and Irma DeWalt, Sr. After the death of his parents, he and his older brother, Martin Jr, moved to Norfolk, Virginia where they were raised by their grandparents. He graduated from Booker T. Washington High School and from there he joined the United States Air Force as an Airman Basic E-1. He was honorably disch...Read More

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Malcolm (Mal) B. Young

Dec 18, 1940 - Feb 20, 2024

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Arlington, VA

Malcolm (Mal) B. Young, 83, passed away at his home on February 20, 2024. He is survived by his loving wife of more than 61 years, C. Ann Young, and by four loving children and their families: Bethany Young Holt (Peter Holt; grandchildren Alana and Bret) of Folsom, CA; Malcolm Scott Young (June Chun Young) of Cincinnati, OH; Marta Young (Kevin O'Conner; grandchildren Ayla and Keegan) of Lincroft, NJ; and Charlotte Tycie Horsley (Adam Horsley; grandchild Clara-Ann) of Arlington, VA. His life was in service to his God and his family. Born in 1940, Mal grew up in Scarsdale, NY and Oxford, Ohio. After graduating from Wabash College, he married his high school sweetheart, obtained a Master's Degree in International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, and joined the headquarters staff of the Peace Corps in Washington, D.C. in its earliest days. With his wife and infant daughter, he spent 2 1/2 years in Costa Rica as the Associate Peace Corps Director. He then returned to Washington, D.C. where he worked for the Community Action division of the Office of Economic Opportunity and then moved with his growing family to Maine where he was the Executive Director of a non-profit anti-poverty program in mid-coast Maine. While stimulating, that experience led him to return to graduate school for a Ph.D. at the University of Pittsburgh and dissertation research in the Philippines. He and his family, by then including three small children, moved back to Washington, D.C. where he joined a small consulting firm, Development Associates, Inc., where he ultimately served as Senior Vice President and Director of the Evaluation and Research practice (35 yrs). Subsequently, he became the founding Director of the Monitoring and Evaluation Services practice of Development and Training Services, Inc (dTS). These experiences involved technical and managerial direction of over 25 multi-year contracts with U.S. federal and state level government agencies, including national evaluations of the Indian Education Act, several major bi-lingual and English as a Second Language programs, and extensive work in Central America and Egypt, as well as short term assignments in Asia and Africa. His professional life was consistent with and a way to support his more important priorities – serving God, his family, less advantaged members of society, and his church. Wherever they lived, he and his wife were active in their community and church. He served as a ruling elder in Presbyterian churches, in leadership roles in the Anglican Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic, and at the time of his death was a member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church. Committed to adult literacy, he was a board member for the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia for more than 15 years, and he tutored English as a Second Language and trained future tutors. In 1998, he and his wife received a calling to become involved with people with intellectual disabilities and quickly became involved with L’Arch of Greater Washington D.C. He served as a member of the board of directors of L'Arche Greater Washington for 20 years, including four years as its president, and nationally was on the Board of L'Arche USA from 2007 to 2016. A Funeral Mass will be held April 6 at 12 noon at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, followed by a graveside service and reception at Columbia Gardens Cemetery in Arlington, VA. Memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church of Arlington, VA and L’Arche Greater Washington.

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Marie Frances Dupree

Jun 01, 1940 - Feb 09, 2024

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Arlington, VA

It is with profound sorrow and a sense of loving celebration that we announce the passing of Marie Frances Dupree, known fondly as Mary, on February 9th, 2024, a compassionate and loving spirit whose life was marked by a ceaseless generosity and thoughtfulness. Born in Cheraw, South Carolina on June 1, 1940, Marie brought a warmth and light to the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her. As Maya Angelou said, "People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." Marie had the rare ability to make everyone feel special, cherished, and valued.Marie devoted much of her life, not just to her family, but to the care and well-being of others. During her fulfilling career as a Home Health Aid, her thoughtful nature was a beacon of hope and solace for many in their times of need. She lived by the quote from Mother Teresa, "Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier."

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Mariano Echevarría

Aug 09, 1931 - Feb 24, 2024

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Arlington, VA

Mariano Echevarría, a resident of Arlington, VA, beloved patriarch, died peacefully at home surrounded by family on February 24, 2024, at the age of 92 years. The youngest of 11 children, Mr. Echevarría was born in Havana, Cuba, on August 9, 1931, the son of Spanish immigrants Eulogia Castellano and Manuel Echevarría, the largest grapefruit exporter in Cuba. Mr. Echevarría was completing his doctorate in economics in 1959 when he was invited to join the newly-formed Castro government. He stayed briefly, but after becoming disillusioned, he left Cuba in March of 1959, never to return. He landed in New York and, at his father’s direction, helped forty-nine relatives leave Cuba and settle in the United States. While Cuban to the core throughout his life, he integrated into his new home with profound gratitude and loyalty. Over his five-decade career in Washington, DC, his business and entrepreneurial savvy led him to the highest levels of success as a widely respected and deeply trusted international ship broker, forming Pacific Cargoes Incorporated and International Services Corporation. He combined a keen mind for business with a genuine love of connecting with others. Mr. Echevarría is survived by Tara Fitzpatrick Echevarría, his beloved wife of 59 years and their four children: Sean Mariano (Mary, Ivan, and Isabel), Damon Xavier (Alice, Raquel, and DD), Tara Marielle (John, Agustin, Jasper, Desmond, and Maeve Reading), Megan Mercedes (Iñaki Pérez-Ibañez, and Iñaki and Salvador Pérez-Echevarría), and many nieces and nephews. Mariano engaged people with tremendous ease through his vibrant personality, sharp mind, mischievous sense of humor, genuinely joyful smile, and inviting laugh. Unwavering in his convictions and assertive viewpoints, he never shied away from vigorous debate. His struggles with limited vision never tainted his contagious positive outlook, and the blindness that materialized in his later years never muted the light emanating from his person through his radiant eyes. He demonstrated his devout Catholic faith through generous support for religious vocations, seminarian education, and frequent expressions of gratitude. A treasured husband, a doting parent and grandparent, a gifted dancer, and an enthusiastic world traveler, he often said with deep gratitude when reflecting on his good fortune and many blessings, “The good Lord has been very good to me.” A Mass of Christian Burial is planned for Saturday, March 2, at 12:00 noon at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Arlington, VA. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you make a donation to the Pontifical North American College in Rome or the Diocese of Arlington Seminarian Education Endowment Fund (SEEF). Alternatively, reconnect with an old friend to enjoy a nice lunch, as Papi so frequently did.

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Ramon Mendez

Feb 16, 1928 - Feb 22, 2024

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Arlington, VA

Ramon Mendez (or Moncho as his friends and loved ones called him), 96 years old of Ballston, VA was called to Our Heavenly Father’s home on Feb 22nd, 2024 while residing at The Jefferson in Arlington, VA. Born in San Sebastián, Puerto Rico to Pedro and Victoria (Rivera) Mendez on February 16th, 1928 he was one of ten siblings. Ramon was kind beyond words, generous to a fault, caring, loving, and gentle. He was above all else a devoted husband, father, son, and brother. He was also known for being loyal, hard-working, jovial, as well as for his quick wit and terrific sense of humor. He was often seen cracking jokes to make people around him laugh. One example is when he was half-jokingly barred from visiting a relative in the hospital for fear that he would make her laugh so hard that she would “pop her stitches.” As a young man he emigrated from Puerto Rico to the mainland US to build a better life for himself. He returned to Puerto Rico to marry the love of his life Maria Luisa Mendez (who preferred to be addressed as Lola) whom he’d known since childhood and to whom he was happily married for 59 years. Together they endured many hardships including the death of two sons: Bertito at age 3 and a stillborn baby. They also celebrated many achievements including building a thriving business from the ground up and raising their daughter Elizabeth. It is in the latter that Ramon’s and Maria’s faith in God, strength, love, and fierce devotion shone through. All parents are special but the parents of a disabled child are hand-picked by God. After being told that their baby girl would not survive to see her first birthday, they would not accept that would be her fate. From that day forward they dedicated themselves to care for and help her not only survive but thrive. Every birthdate, milestone, and accomplishment was a living testimony to their boundless love and selfless devotion. Ramon is survived by his daughter – Elizabeth, and his siblings Carmen Luz, Domingo, and Teodoro as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Maria, his son – Bertito, his parents – Pedro and Victoria, and his siblings Pedro, Delfina, Juan, Quintina, Ramona, and Herminia. A public viewing will be held at Murphy Funeral Home in Ballston, VA on Thursday, February 29th from 4-7PM. A funeral mass will be held at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Arlington, VA on Saturday, March 2nd at 10 AM. El Padre Todopoderoso llamó a su hijo Ramon Méndez (o Moncho como le llamaban su familia y amistades), al Reino del Cielo el 22 de febrero de 2024 a los 96 años de edad. Durante los últimos 12 años, Moncho residió en El Jefferson en Arlington, VA. El nació el 16 de febrero de 1928; sus padres fueron Pedro y Victoria (Rivera) Méndez y era uno de diez hijos. Ramón fue amable más allá de las palabras, generoso hasta el extremo, afectuoso, cariñoso y gentil. Fue, por encima de todo, un excelente esposo, padre, hijo y hermano abnegado. También era conocido por ser leal, trabajador, jovial, así como por su sentido del humor. A menudo se le veía haciendo chistes para hacer reír a la gente que lo rodeaba. Un ejemplo es cuando, medio en broma, le prohibieron visitar a un familiar en el hospital por temor a que la hiciera reír tanto que se le "reventaran los puntos". Cuando era joven, emigró de Puerto Rico a los Estados Unidos para buscar una mejor vida. Regresó a Puerto Rico para casarse con el amor de su vida María Luisa Méndez (quien prefería que la llamaran Lola) quienes se conocían desde la niñez y con quien estuvo felizmente casado por 59 años. Juntos sobrevivieron muchas dificultades, incluyendo la muerte de dos hijos: Bertito a los 3 años y un bebé que nació muerto. También celebraron muchos logros, inclusive el de construir un próspero negocio y criar a su hija Elizabeth. Fue en este último punto donde aumentó la fe en Dios, la fuerza, el amor incondicional y la dedicación de Moncho y Lola. Todos los padres son especiales, pero los padres de un niño impedido son elegidos personalmente por Dios. Después de que les dijeron que su bebé no sobreviviría para ver su primer cumpleaños, no aceptaron que ese sería su destino. A partir de ese día se dedicaron a cuidarla y ayudarla no sólo a sobrevivir sino a prosperar. Cada fecha de nacimiento, cada triunfo y logro fue un testimonio vivo de su amor y devoción por su hija. Gracias a dios por la bendicion de su larga vida. Nos quedamos con sus enseñanzas de valentia , generosidad, humildad y amor hacia todos. A Moncho le sobreviven su hija, Elizabeth, y sus hermanos Carmen Luz, Domingo y Teodoro, así como numerosas sobrinas y sobrinos. Le precedieron en la muerte su esposa Lola, su hijo, Bertito, sus padres, Pedro y Victoria, y sus hermanos Pedro, Delfina, Juan, Quintina, Ramona y Herminia. Se llevará a cabo una vista pública en Murphy Funeral Home en Ballston, VA, el jueves 29 de febrero de 4-7 PM. Se llevará a cabo una misa fúnebre en la iglesia católica Our Lady Queen of Peace el sábado, 2 de marzo a las 10 AM.

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John Drew VandePutte

Aug 13, 1940 - Feb 18, 2024

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Arlington, VA

John Drew “Johnny” VandePutte, 83, of Falls Church, VA, passed away peacefully on February 18, 2024, in Arlington, VA, surrounded by family. He was born on August 13, 1940, in San Angelo, TX, to the late John Francios VandePutte and Clara (Patteson) VandePutte. After graduating from Gonzaga High School in Washington, DC, Johnny furthered his education at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. After graduating in 1963, he served in the U.S. Navy. He was sent to Officer Candidate School in Rhode Island, then to Vietnam. His first assignment was on the Boxer Amphibious Assault Ship. He was medically discharged in 1968 and was very proud of his Navy career. Johnny dedicated many years to the family business, The Alamo Mexican Restaurant in Riverdale, MD, until its sale in 1986. Johnny, or Pepe, as his grandchildren called him, was known for his quick wit. He cherished spending time with his family, enjoying meals together, watching documentaries, and engaging in discussions about political events. Pepe loved to give all the grandchildren nicknames. They were affectionately known as Stick, Snake, Drew, Gabby, Little One, JJ and Nail. Every time anyone left their house to go home, “Pepe-cookies” (peppermint patties) were snuck out of the freezer. He will be deeply missed by the love of his life, his beloved wife, Marisa (Werlang) VandePutte. They moved from Hyattsville, Maryland to Falls Church, Virginia in 1996. Their new home was a destination for countless celebrations and regular family dinners. Together they enjoyed traveling to Porto Alegre, Brazil, Marisa’s hometown, during the winter months. They also visited the Mediterranean on a cruise, visiting numerous ports, and returned to their favorite city, Rome, He is also survived by his daughter Amy Brewer of Clarksville, MD; sons Tarso Werlang of Thurmont, MD, and Marco Werlang (Carla) of Phoenix, AZ; grandchildren Kyra Brewer, Jake Werlang (Mandy Geisendaffer), Tais Werlang, Nate Werlang, Alixandria Werlang, and Cait Werlang; great-grandchildren Aubree Geisendaffer and Forest Werlang; and sister Ann Witten (Don) of Columbia, MD. A celebration of Johnny's life is planned for August, with details to be announced. Additionally, a memorial service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. The Everly Funeral Home in Falls Church, VA, is assisting the family with arrangements. May Johnny's memory be a blessing to all who knew him. His favorite saying was “May the good Lord take a liking to you”, and we are sure that the good Lord is doing just that. To to the family, please

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John Drew VandePutte

Aug 13, 1940 - Feb 18, 2024

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Arlington, VA

John Drew “Johnny” VandePutte, 83, of Falls Church, VA, passed away peacefully on February 18, 2024, in Arlington, VA, surrounded by family. He was born on August 13, 1940, in San Angelo, TX, to the late John Francios VandePutte and Clara (Patteson) VandePutte. After graduating from Gonzaga High School in Washington, DC, Johnny furthered his education at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. After graduating in 1963, he served in the U.S. Navy. He was sent to Officer Candidate School in Rhode Island, then to Vietnam. His first assignment was on the Boxer Amphibious Assault Ship. He was medically discharged in 1968 and was very proud of his Navy career. Johnny dedicated many years to the family business, The Alamo Mexican Restaurant in Riverdale, MD, until its sale in 1986. Johnny, or Pepe, as his grandchildren called him, was known for his quick wit. He cherished spending time with his family, enjoying meals together, watching documentaries, and engaging in discussions about political events. Pepe loved to give all the grandchildren nicknames. They were affectionately known as Stick, Snake, Drew, Gabby, Little One, JJ and Nail. Every time anyone left their house to go home, “Pepe-cookies” (peppermint patties) were snuck out of the freezer. He will be deeply missed by the love of his life, his beloved wife, Marisa (Werlang) VandePutte. They moved from Hyattsville, Maryland to Falls Church, Virginia in 1996. Their new home was a destination for countless celebrations and regular family dinners. Together they enjoyed traveling to Porto Alegre, Brazil, Marisa’s hometown, during the winter months. They also visited the Mediterranean on a cruise, visiting numerous ports, and returned to their favorite city, Rome, He is also survived by his daughter Amy Brewer of Clarksville, MD; sons Tarso Werlang of Thurmont, MD, and Marco Werlang (Carla) of Phoenix, AZ; grandchildren Kyra Brewer, Jake Werlang (Mandy Geisendaffer), Tais Werlang, Nate Werlang, Alixandria Werlang, and Cait Werlang; great-grandchildren Aubree Geisendaffer and Forest Werlang; and sister Ann Witten (Don) of Columbia, MD. A celebration of Johnny's life is planned for August, with details to be announced. Additionally, a memorial service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. The Everly Funeral Home in Falls Church, VA, is assisting the family with arrangements. May Johnny's memory be a blessing to all who knew him. His favorite saying was “May the good Lord take a liking to you”, and we are sure that the good Lord is doing just that. To to the family, please

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Janet Sarah Donehue McGervey

Oct 01, 1935 - Feb 19, 2024

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Arlington, VA

After a brief illness, Janet Sarah Donehue McGervey passed away on Monday, February 19th. Though no longer up and about during her illness, her will and spirit remained strong to the end. All five of her children plus her niece were able to be with her for long periods in her final days. We shared many memories with and about Mom and her wonderful life. Her kindness, humor and welcoming smile were evident to all throughout her life. Janet was born October 1, 1935, in Pittsburgh, PA to Charles Edward Donehue and Rose Catherine (Schmitt) Donehue. She was married for 55 years to Walter J. McGervey, who passed away in 2012. She is preceded in death by her older siblings: Edward (Ed), Paul (Bud) and Barbara (Eberle) Donehue. Janet grew up in the hilly neighborhood of the West End and throughout her life regaled her children of the challenge of walking up the steep (!) Walbridge Street to her home twice a day to go/come school and for lunch. Janet was a graduate of St. James School, West End. As a high school student, Janet was very active, particularly in acting and theater, even writing a “news” broadcast about the future exploits of her classmates. In 1996, long after her children had grown, she earned an Associate’s Degree from Robert Morris College, Moon Township, PA. Janet married Walter J. McGervey on September 28, 1957, at St. Margaret’s Church in Greentree. After marriage Janet and Walt lived in Grand View in Crafton before moving to their new home on Crosstree Road in Moon Township in 1961. The growing family lived in Moon for 54 years. Like many 1960 neighborhoods – all built at the same time – there were lots of kids all the same age as Janet’s 5. There was a well trod path, which in winter, was an awesome sledding hill, continuing from the McGervey yard to the next house & street below. Many kids in the neighborhood would pass along the path throughout the day. Even after her own kids were grown and gone, kids still came to sled and neighbors would call Janet to see if she had seen their kids “cut through” from her kitchen window. In 1972 she became a switchboard operator p/t at Robert Morris College. She joined RMC’s Development Office F/T in 1976 working for then Vice President CR Miller. In 1979 she became Secretary to the President, later Executive Assistant to the President in 1985, serving 3 RMC Presidents, including Charles L Sewell and Edward Nicholson, before she retired from this position in July 2004. She continued to work part-time in Marketing and Development until June 2007. Janet was a member of St. Margaret Mary Church, Moon Township and was an active member of the Women’s Guild serving as President and other officer positions in the Guild. To her children’s delight, Janet also co-chaired the annual Easter Candy fundraiser for many years. Janet was a Brownie and Girl Scout Leader, a coach of the Parakeets youth softball team and, with her husband, volunteered in Moon Senior High School Band Parents. For several years in the 1970-80s, she organized a recycling drop-off/pick-up program in her garage in the Amherst Acres neighborhood of Moon Township. A lover of popcorn, she always popped bags of it to distribute on Halloween. For more than 20 Years, Janet and Walt joined Rich and Mary Teitz and George and Genevieve Fisher in the “Mystery Dinner Club.” Each month one couple would select a restaurant, keeping the destination a secret until they arrived. If a choice was particularly outstanding the other couples would award the “Pink Flamingo” award, a large pink lawn decoration “secretly” staked in the front yard of the winning couple. When Walt retired, she joined him as a Meals on Wheels volunteer. They were also active in RMC’s 55Plus organization, Dravo Seniors and as supporters of the Lincoln Highway Association. Janet & Walt both loved to travel – for many years they were distinctive in their blue Volkswagen vans and lime green Beetle. Growing up their kids were constantly subjected to the dreaded “scenic route” aka the long way home. Jan & Walt continued to take many day trips and much longer road trips visiting their children as they moved on to college (Ohio, New Jersey and DC) and settled in North Carolina, Maryland and Northern Virginia. In 2015 Janet moved to Arlington, VA to be closer to her children and grandchildren. She loved to be out of doors and enjoying the many new places to dine with her family. Janet and Walt supported all 5 of their children in whatever they wanted to do – music lessons, sports, art classes, travel and trips – giving them lots of freedom, trust and support. Janet told her kids, “I love being a Mom and Wife, but I don’t like being a housewife.” She was also the biggest sports fan in the family, watching games on TV, leaving the room during stressful plays, just like her mother did. Janet is survived by her five children: Walter C McGervey (Karen Parker), Statesville, NC; Jean McGervey O’Connor (Greg O’Connor), Arlington, VA; Eileen McGervey, Arlington; Joseph McGervey (Katie Kroehle), Silver Spring, MD; Teresa McGervey, Arlington, and her grandchildren: Colin, Neil & Eileen O’Connor, Max & Oscar McGervey. She is also survived by her sister-in-law Nancy McGervey, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family. Plans for a service and celebration of Janet’s life will be in Pittsburgh with her family, former colleagues, and friends, who knew her and loved her so dearly. We will make a notification as those plans come into focus in the coming weeks.

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Melvin L Cook

Feb 02, 1957 - Feb 19, 2024

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Arlington, VA

Services will be held on Thursday, February 29, 2024Viewing: 10a.m.Service: 11 a.m.Macedonia Baptist Church 3412 22nd St. Arlington, VA 22204Burial will be immediately following the service: National Memorial Park 7482 Lee Hwy Falls Church, VA 22042

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Homa Akbar

Oct 26, 1934 - Feb 20, 2024

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Arlington, VA

Homa Akbar, age 89, of Arlington, Virginia passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. A graveside service for Homa will be held Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at National Memorial Park, 7482 Lee Highway, Falls Church, VA 22042.

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Donald Valentine West

Jan 05, 1930 - Feb 04, 2024

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Arlington, VA

Donald Valentine West, 94, of Alexandria, Virginia, passed away on February 4, 2024 in Arlington, Virginia. Don was born in Memphis, Texas to Raynes and Kitty Thornton West on January 5, 1930. He married Carroll Virginia Warren on July 24, 1951 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Don and Carroll met at New Mexico A&M College now New Mexico State University, from which they both received journalism degrees. Don’s 50+ year journalism career was dominated by 30 years as managing editor and executive editor of Broadcasting and Cable Magazine. He worked at local newspapers in his hometown of Roswell, prior to moving east to Washington. There he started his career at Television Magazine. Don also worked at CBS in the late 1960s for then President Frank Stanton where he tried to develop a new form of reality journalism. After retiring from journalism in 2003, he served as president of the Library of American Broadcasting Foundation for 12 years. He was preceded in death by his wife Carroll Warren, son Thomas, parents Raynes and Kathleen and brother Raynes (Blanche). He is survived by his children Kathleen, Susan, James, Teresa, Michael and Mark (Carolyn); his grandchildren Charles Steven (Meghan MacPhee), Sam Steven, Jessica King (Max Harris), Christopher West, Kathryn Sievers (Tim), and Courteney West; and two great grandchildren Christopher Sievers and Abigail Steven. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Association. In addition, Don’s family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the assisted living staff at The Jefferson in Arlington, Virginia. A Celebration of Life will be held on March 13, 2024 at 4pm at the offices of Keppler Speakers, 4121 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 405, Arlington, Virginia. Burial at Riverside Cemetery on Wellesley Island will take place in the summer of 2024. To to the family or in memory of Donald Valentine West, please

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