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Michael Lyons

Born : Dec 14, 1934

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Fairfax, VA

Michael T. LyonsMichael Thomas Lyons had a great life. A native to D. C. he was born on December 14, 1934 to Marcus and Margaret Lyons and left us on November 26, 2023, just shy of 89. In 1961 he married the love of his life Carole Anne Lyons and had four sons, Michael, Terrance, Kenneth and Christopher. Mike was a proud graduate of St. John's College High School (1952) and Catholic University (1956) where he received his Chemical Engineering degree followed by a Fellowship to Carnegie Mellon wh...Read More

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Kenneth Burns

Apr 03, 1943 - Feb 28, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

Commander Kenneth Burns USN, 80, of Fairfax passed away on February 28, 2024. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Helen Beck Burns, children Kathy Weber (Tony) and Chris (Tish), and grandchildren Ann Weber, Emma Weber, Audrey Burns, and Brady Burns. He is also survived by his sister Ellen Little and brother Jeff BurnsKen was a career Naval aviator, serving as a search and rescue pilot in Vietnam. His Naval career also included tours with NATO, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Defense Intelligence Agency. Ken was also a very involved member of the NVRG Ford V8 Club. He was quick to lend a hand or give advice to his club mates while working on his own two beloved 1941 Ford "woodie" wagons that he restored himself.Ken was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and all-around great guy. He will be greatly missed. Visitation will be on March 25 from 1-5 at Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home. Memorial contributions in Ken's honor can be sent to the Wounded Warrior Project or Fisher House.

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Loretta Ann Medlock Penn

Jun 26, 1949 - Feb 27, 2024

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Fairfax Station, VA

Loretta Ann Penn, of Fairfax Station, Virginia, who is best known by her family and friends as an “angel here on earth” peacefully passed away on February 27, 2024. Loretta was born on June 26, 1949, in Dallas, Texas, to Fred and Helen Medlock, who both predeceased her, and grew up surrounded by a loving extended family. At a very young age, it was evident that she had developed a thirst for learning which allowed her to advance to the 3rd grade within six months of beginning elementary school. In her youth, she was also an active member of Griggs Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, where she served as the Sunday School Secretary. She later graduated from James Madison High School in Dallas, Texas at the age of fifteen. Loretta spent a year at Southern Methodist University before transferring to North Texas University where she obtained her degree in Business Education. Despite growing up and obtaining her education in a still segregated South, Loretta overcame obstacles early in life, spending the balance of it paying her success forward as a mentor to countless professionals from all backgrounds. On June 25, 1987, Loretta married the love of her life, The Honorable B.J. “Buddie” Penn, in San Diego, California. Buddie and Loretta mutually and enthusiastically supported each other in their personal and professional endeavors and were true partners in life in every aspect. Her professional accomplishments were vast, making it impossible to scratch the surface on the numerous awards and honors she received. Loretta worked for the IBM Corporation for ten years in sales, marketing, and executive management. She served as the President of Spherion Staffing Services, which focused on staffing and recruiting for businesses. She later founded PECC, LLC, and devoted her talents to executive coaching and consulting C Suite level executives, helping hundreds of professionals grow and manage their careers. She was also an Adjunct Professor for the George Washington University School of Nursing Doctoral program. She was a member of numerous Boards, including YUPRO, TECO Energy, The North Highland Company, ZRG Partners, The Global Good Fund, Toffler Associates, and Virginia Ready. Loretta was an active member of Antioch Baptist Church (ABC) in Fairfax Station, Virginia, where she faithfully served in numerous ministries. She sang in several choirs and special music ensembles that included traveling to Italy on a singing mission’s trip in 2009. Loretta attended Bible studies reinforcing her walk of faith and love for the Lord. Most noteworthy is the stellar and selfless service she provided as a member of the ABC Provisional Leadership Committee, and Chair of the Talent Acquisition and Retention Committee. Loretta was instrumental in leading a team of servants with HR and business backgrounds throughout the development and implementation of employee hiring and retention policies, procedures, and processes for the church. These roles allowed her to coalesce her professional skills with her spiritual commitments. Loretta was at peace toward the end of her life, secure in the knowledge and comfort that her heavenly reward awaited. Throughout her life, Loretta forged friendships with a myriad of individuals. She became a surrogate mother and grandmother to many others as well. Her warmth and concern for the comfort and well-being of those around her were unmatched. She was always available, ready to listen, give sage advice and counsel, and most importantly laugh until tears were shed. Loretta selflessly gave so much of her emotional energy to those around her yet never sought the same in return. In her limited free time, Loretta enjoyed spending time with her friends and family, traveling, exploring museums, going on walks, studying the Bible, and enjoying a spa day or treat from Dairy Queen. Loretta is fondly remembered by countless professional colleagues, friends, and her family. Her infectious smile and laugh will be sorely missed. Her memory will live on in the hearts and minds of all those who had the privilege to cross paths with her. Loretta is survived by her loving husband Buddie, stepdaughter Emily Grooms (Bruce), stepsons Brian and Eric, grandsons Geoffery and Jared Grooms, Aunt Lena Sparks, and devoted nieces, nephews and cousins. A service will be held on Thursday, March 7, 2024, at Antioch Baptist Church at 6531 Little Ox Road, Fairfax Station, Virginia 22039. The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Omega Omega ceremony will be held at 9:30 am, the viewing will begin at 10:00 am, the service will follow at 11:00 am. A repass will immediately follow the service. The service will be live streamed A final service and interment will take place in Dallas, Texas on March 15, 2024, where Loretta will be eternally rejoined with her parents at Laurel Land Memorial Park, 6300 S R L Thornton, Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75232. The viewing will be held at 9:00 am, the service will begin at 10:00 am with the interment immediately following the service. To to the family or in memory of Loretta Ann Medlock Penn, please

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Virginia Bunn Priester

Died : Feb 29, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

Ms. Virginia Bunn Priester, of Rum Gully, entered into eternal rest Thursday evening, February 29, 2024, at the Harter Nursing Center in Fairfax. She was the wife of the late Dr. Lamar Edward Priester, II, to whom she was married 62 years. Arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced by our Walterboro Chapel. To to the family or in memory of Virginia Priester, please

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Thomas Laurence Larsen

Jun 29, 1941 - Feb 01, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

Thomas Laurence Larsen was born June 29, 1941, in Riverton, Wyoming and passed away at home on February 1, 2024, from a melanoma. His parents were working in the logging industry for the summer. Tom grew up on the family farm in Taylor, North Dakota, being named valedictorian of his high school graduating class. He played the bass drum in the band and sang in the concert choir, in addition to numerous other groups. Tom graduated from North Dakota State University where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He enjoyed touring the country with the Concert Choir and was in Air Force ROTC where he received a regular commission in the Air Force. In the fall of 1963, he was assigned to the Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright- Patterson Air Force Base at Dayton, Ohio, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering. Following graduation, Tom was assigned to the Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory where he served as a project engineer for the final construction and operation of the 50 Megawatt Facility, the world’s largest electric arc-heated hypersonic test facility. There he tested nose tips for Minuteman II ballistic missiles and nose and wing leading edge materials for the space shuttle. In the fall of 1969, the Air Force sent Tom to Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, where he received a PhD in Aerospace Engineering. He conducted high pressure rocket engine research in support of the space shuttle main engine development. There he met and married Frances Ruge who was the administrative assistant to the Chair of the Analytical Chemistry Department. Returning to Wright-Patterson Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory in 1972, he served as the Air Force’s first Principal Engineer for Remotely Piloted and Autonomous Flight Vehicles, now called drones. In the fall of 1978, Tom was asked to come to Washington, D.C. to serve as the Deputy Technical Director and Deputy for Advanced Technology for the Joint Services Cruise Missiles Program Office. He retired from the Air Force the end of December 1985, as a Lieutenant Colonel, and spent the next 26 years serving as principal engineer for several different companies providing technical, managerial, and financial support to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Department of the Navy. Having developed an autoimmune disease, Myasthenia Gravis in 2008, Tom finally retired in 2011, at the age of 70. Since then, he continued living his life to the fullest with his love of learning, reading, music, art, museums, gourmet cooking, humor bringing laughter, the vast outdoors, traveling the United States, the Church and especially helping others. Tom was a member of Fairfax Presbyterian Church, was an ordained Elder and Deacon of two churches, enjoyed singing in their choirs as a soloist, ringing handbells, cooking for men’s breakfast and he was proud to help design the beautiful colorful stained glass windows of Kirkmont Presbyterian Church. He spent countless hours raising awareness of MG, formed a Tom’s Rockets - Blast Off For The Cure Team, raised over $120,000 specifically for research for the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, loved leading MG support group meetings and gathering new members into the group, and looked forward to attending yearly MG meetings around the country renewing old friendships and making new ones. The biggest joy of Tom’s life was spending time with family and friends. Tom was a devoted and loving husband and father. He enjoyed quality time with his beloved family, including five fabulous grandchildren. In addition to his wife of over 51 years, Frances, Tom was extremely proud of his four children. He leaves son, Eric; daughters, Kristin, and Catherine (Will) Coley; and son, Brian (Abigail); grandchildren, Anna and Susan Larsen, Jackson and Caroline Coley, and Micah Larsen. Tom also leaves behind his brothers, Paul and Lowell; his sister, Margaret; and their families of numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by twin daughters, Heather and Heidi; and his parents, Hans and Frieda Lehmann Larsen. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given in Tom’s name designated for ‘Research Only’ to the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America, (MGFA) 290 Turnpike Road, Suite 5-315, Westborough, Massachusetts 01581. A Memorial service will be held at Fairfax Presbyterian Church at 10723 Main Street in Fairfax, Virginia on Saturday, March 16 at 11 am with a luncheon immediately following. Interment will be at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Please click the link below to read Tom’s impact with the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America.

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Russell Albert Cook

Jun 08, 1932 - Feb 28, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

Russell Albert CookRussell Albert Cook, 91, of Fairfax, Virginia, passed away at his home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 28, 2024. Born in 1932 in Groton, Connecticut, he was the son of Thomas and Bertha Cook, rugged American immigrants from Norway. He follows in death his wife Merle, whom during 67 years of marriage he lovingly called simply “Babe.” He is survived by their children, granddaughters and great-grandchildren.One of seven children in a boisterous family, Russ was raised to know and embrace the practical, hands-on necessities of resourceful, self-reliant living and endurance. From his early years as a boy he helped raise chickens, rabbits and hogs on his family’s modest property, abundantly enough to fill the dinner table while entrepreneurially providing a second modest income. Hard work, honesty and integrity, and a serious-minded commitment to education provided his path to the self-sufficiency and achievements he earned throughout his life.The son of a once wayfaring sailor, Russ became a U.S. naval officer after working his way through college on a Navy ROTC scholarship to Brown University. During his 22-year naval career, he was promoted to the rank of Commander as he captained submarines during the early years of the Cold War. With an engineering mind and talent for mathematics and mechanics, he enjoyed the teamwork, discipline and challenges of going to sea with his crews. Most of all, he was unwaveringly dedicated to the sacrifices of serving in the defense of his country.After an illness ended his commissions at sea, he was assigned to serve the Pentagon’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, where, working on several projects, he became an expert in various logistics of naval operational supply. Preparing for a career after the military, he returned to college taking night courses to earn a master’s degree in computer systems engineering. Afterward, as a civilian, he helped pioneer the development of complex software systems to track the detailed, comprehensive expenses involved with building and maintaining an array of ships, aircraft, tanks and other intricately assembled military matériel.Throughout his career and military service, Russ was foremost a devoted husband and family man. His marriage to Merle, who drew him to his Christian faith in the Roman Catholic Church, was the inspiration and motivation throughout his adult life. Russ and Merle made a natural partnership in welcoming an entire home of family and friends for the holidays or any other special occasion. Their gatherings were filled with lively talk, debate and good-ribbing laughter around a kitchen or dining room table.Russ was never shy about cajoling a friendly debate with an unpredictable remark or opinion. He could fearlessly lay bare a truth bluntly and vividly. With uniquely inventive expressions springing from a fertile vocabulary, he could be relied upon to share an indelible wisecrack delivered with a wide grimace or grin. He had a naturally off-beat, often self-deprecating sense of humor where the best jokes were those that landed on him. Always game for some good-natured fun or conversation, he could radiate an underlying, almost innocent sweetness.Russ never complained, even the discomfort and drudgery of maintaining a daily regimen for diabetes over 56 years. “How are you, Papa?” people fondly would know to ask him. “Perfect as usual,” would be his practiced response, right on cue.Russ was never pretentious, but he remained true and comfortable with his often charmingly idiosyncratic ways. Along with handyman projects that kept a basement of tools active over the years, he enjoyed the outdoors and nature, gardening and camping trips with his family. His elaborate but “foolproof” formula for growing the best garden tomatoes offered pages and pages of intricate instructions—and no one step could be skipped or scrimped along the way. Whiskey aficionados cringed at his special “bilk” recipe—a bourbon and milk concoction (with only a half pack of Sweet and Low)—but he was content that his cocktail creation tasted just right to him.As a father, Russ was always present, encouraging and actively involved in his children's activities, schooling and lives. He enjoyed guiding his children to grow into well-rounded teens and adults. For many years, he led scout activities, coached sports teams, or chaperoned camping trips for his kids. His instructive, thought-provoking presence nightly over family dinners was a source of steady influence and even wisdom. He taught through quiet example as much as through words. He was never embarrassed to tell his wife and children how much he loved them, as he often did.Proudly called simply “Papa” in his later years filled with grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Russ remains the honored and profoundly beloved family patriarch to son Russell Thomas Cook of Front Royal, Virginia; daughter Kelly Ann Price (Michael, deceased) of Fairfax, Virginia; and son Timothy Paul Cook (Lesa Avera) of Burkittsville, Maryland. He is survived by his granddaughters Victoria “Torie” Cook Prillaman (Ben) of Clifton, Virginia; Bridget Price of Fairfax, Virginia; and Mary Margaret “Maggie” Price (fiancé Garrett Kays) of Alexandria, Virginia; and great-grandchildren Cameron Kouri and Jacob, Ethan and Sophie Prillaman of Clifton, Virginia.The Cook family extends its deep gratitude for the loving and patient nursing care Russ and Merle received from Esther Owusu, Sandra Manu and Belinda Pokua.The Cook family will receive friends at 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 7, at Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home at 9902 Braddock Road in Fairfax, Virginia. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, March 8, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Annandale, Virginia. Burial will be held at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery. 

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Tyron Eagle

Jun 16, 1955 - Feb 26, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

Heavily cherished Tyron Eagle, son of Leroy and Lueonie Eagle, passed onFebruary 26 th , 2024 at the beautiful young age of 68 surrounded by loved ones.After graduating in his hometown of Georgia, Tyron moved to Virginia andworked for Group Health Insurance and Navy Federal Credit Union in various rolesfor 40+ years until retirement. That is where he met the love of his life, Regina(Gina) which evolved into a beautiful 40-year marriage and made manyremarkable friends along the way.You could always find Tyron sitting on the patio with friends and family enjoying anice cigar, listening to jazz, and solving world problems. These events were knownas “The Patio Chronicles.” The cool calm and collected Tyron enjoyed spreadingknowledge to everyone who crossed his path, always showing support, love, andcompassion. With knowledge comes power, superpowers to be exact, accordingto Tyron since he had such a big love for anything Marvel or Comic Book related.That is one of the many reasons he was known as the cool Poppop, Poppie, orPoppsie according to the grandkids. Another known nickname, Mr. E, that wasgiven by his sons’ friends growing up, they affectionately made him the dad in thetrenches and the go-to hotspot for hanging out. Tyron was loved by all that hemet due to his calm and respectful demeanor. He made sure everyone felt valuedand loved.Tyron is survived by wife Regina, 4 children: daughter Leslie, son Christopher Jr.,son Curtis and daughter/granddaughter Maia. Grandchildren: Ariana, Kayla,Lauren, Christopher III, Conlin, Caio, Josiah, and Naam. Siblings: sister Mavis,sister Jeraline, sister Mary, and brother Cedric. As well as sister in laws Judy andDenise, a host of nieces and nephews, and many loved friends.

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Saroeun Tear

Jul 29, 1927 - Feb 27, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

Saroeun Tear, age 96, of Fairfax, Virginia passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. A funeral service for Saroeun will be held Sunday, March 10, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM at National Funeral Home, 7482 Lee Highway, Falls Church, VA 22042.

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Kimberly Monique King

Apr 25, 1979 - Feb 10, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

KIMBERLY MONIQUE KING was born to James Honoré King and Geraldine Hudley King on April 25, 1979, in Washington, D.C. She peacefully departed this life much too soon on Saturday, February 10, 2024, at INOVA Fairfax Hospital surrounded by family and friends. Affectionately known as “Kim,” she was educated in the Prince George’s County, Maryland Public School System and graduated from Oxon Hill Senior High School in 1997 where she was voted Class President all four years earning her the title “Class President for Life.” During her time at Oxon Hill High School, she developed a lifelong circle of friends known as “The Aces.” The group consisted of Kim, Alexis Pope Clerkly, Jayme Coleman, Bianca Cooper, and Sonora Jackson. Kim continued her education at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical (A&M) University, Tallahassee, Florida where she graduated in 2000 with Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. In 2010, she graduated from the University of Maryland Global Campus with a Master of Science in Management (Marketing). Kim’s professional career began at the United States Post Office, where she worked for 10 years. Soon after leaving the Post Office, she moved to Northern California where she worked tirelessly as advocate for children and underserved populations. In 2015, Kim returned home to the Washington metropolitan area where she worked as a Manager for American Airlines allowing her to indulge her passion for travel, explore the world and connect to people around the world. Kim attended Springfield Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. where she sang on the Angel’s Choir. Kim accepted Christ at the age of nine while attending Springfield Baptist. In 1995, Kim joined Ebenezer AME Church, Fort Washington, Maryland. Kim was a friendly outgoing person. Her warm spirit, genuine concern for others and infectious smile made her a lovable and likeable person. Kim enjoyed traveling. Her adventures took her to many exciting places such as China, Egypt, Thailand, Bali, Croatia Greece, Australia, Malysia, New Zealand, the Caribbean, and Central/South America. Kim was preceded in death by her father, James H. King in September 2021; maternal grandparents, Cornelius Hudley and Margaret Black Hudley; and paternal grandparents, John King and Ann Moorehead King. Kim leaves to cherish her memory, her mother Geraldine Hudley King; loving uncle Paul W. King (Rosilyn); loving aunt Yvonne Hudley Wilson (Richard); loving cousins Yvette Wright, Donald Hudley, Jr. (Deneer), Nikole Smith, Richelle Harvey, Paul King (Bridget), and Lawrence King; Godparents Jeremiah and Carolyn Shell; very special friends Ann Rodrigues, Tina Hall and Faith Bynoe, and a host of cousins, relatives, and friends.

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Cecelia Jeannette Bergin Robbins

Aug 07, 1937 - Feb 03, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

Cecelia Jeannette Bergin Robbins, Cece, Mom, MitMar died February 3, 2024 at her home in Fairfax, Virginia. Cece was born August 7, 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts. She was the oldest child of RADM Charles and Katherine Bergin. Cece had two sisters. Kathy Zaepfel (Bob) and Patty Bergman (Don). Cece was born into a Navy family and spent her life traveling, as the Navy promises you will see the world. She lived in Virginia, Washington, California, Hawaii, and Illinois to name a few. When not on the road the family could be found in Rye, New Hampshire at the family farm. This was the place to go to rejuvenate. Cece loved the farm and her time spent with family and friends in Rye. After a childhood as a Navy Junior, Cece was deposited at Mary Washington College (MWC) of the University of Virginia. While at MWC Cece studied Sociology. Her real passion at college were her friends and bridge. Her college friends and bridge carried her a lifetime. It was while a student at MWC that Cece met her husband, Berton A Robbins, III. Bert was attending the US Naval Academy. In 1959 Cece and Bert were married. In the early years of their marriage Cece and Bert moved and had children. Patty (Scott), Bert IV (Kathie), Denise (Bob), Peggy (Keith) and Sarah (Mike). It couldn’t have been easy, the odds were against her, 5 to 1, but she was a GREAT Mom. She loved her children and we knew it. Scouting, sports, school plays and concerts, she was there. She even helped us deliver newspapers on snowy mornings. In 1988 with the birth of her first grandchild she became Mitmar. Mitmar had 12 grandchildren. Sean (Caroline), Chris, Thomas, Alex, Charlotte, Rebecca, Emily, Marina, Anthony, Zach, Nick, and Hannah. The grandchildren had Big Fun with MitMar. In addition to her grandchildren Cece had many nieces and nephews whom she held dear. Outside of her family life, Cece had a career as a Secretary with the Army Corps of Engineers in the Institute for Water Resources. She was also a volunteer for several organizations and programs in her community to include the Catholic Community at Fort Belvoir, Good Shepherd Catholic Church, and Good Shepherd Housing. Cece was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), American Association of University Women (AAUW), and the Fort Belvoir Garden Club. A Funeral Mass will be held at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Alexandria at 10:30 on Thursday, March 14th. Following Mass, the family is hosting a gathering at the Mount Vernon Inn from 1:00 - 3:00 to commemorate and celebrate Cece’s life. Cece will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery at a future date. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. In her honor, call an old friend for a long chat, maybe take your dog out for a cheeseburger.

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John Andrew Stowe

May 21, 1972 - Feb 14, 2024

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Fairfax, VA

"Beloved father and son, (John) Andrew Stowe, 51, died suddenly on February 14, 2024 in Fairfax, Virginia. He was born on May 21,1972 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He lived a life filled with love for his family, friends, neighbors, collegaues and dogs. When Andrew was a teenager, his family moved to Northern Virginia where he graduated from Lake Braddock Secondary in 1990, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from George Mason University in 1998. Andrew was indispensible in his role as Senior Director of Government Compliance at ICF International. His expertise won him universal respect as he masterfully managed varied responsibilities, including supervisory, instructional and mentoring roles. Andrew was very skilled in woodworking and home repair, a history expert, a former avid runner, biker and triathlete, rock climber, camper, and swing dancer. He enjoyed good Bordeaux, foie gras, and crab cakes. He played piano with the masterful technique, befitting his mentor, mother Nancy Fletcher Stowe of Burke, VA. Andrew was quick to help anyone in need, always going above and beyond. Andrew is preceded in death by his beloved grandparents Kenneth and Mary Lou (Warner) Fletcher, father John Henry Stowe, and dogs Corona, Cayman and Daisy. He is survived by his wife, Jessica Lydic Stowe, son (John) Oliver (13), daughter Vivienne Amelia (10), and dogs Rosie Franklin and Kayla of Fairfax, VA. He is also survived by his (aforementioned) mother Nancy Stowe, the family of brother Matthew Stowe of Chapel Hill, NC, and countless others whose lives he has touched. We will miss him deeply. Celebration of Life Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax 2709 Hunters Mill Road Oakton, VA 22124-1614 virtually: at uucf.org Thursday, February 29, 2024 12 noon A potluck reception will follow, Andrew’s favorites are welcome. https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/10C0448A5AE2FA0F94-48137677-potluck In lieu of flowers you may donate to: https://www.mealtrain.com/trains/k39o3z?fbclid=IwAR2_bJMzPdBKOlMrubwFbgTa6Drzm2VrMI0QNtKBaJGC6mlD10jDN7TgMvY_aem_ATLaenM74p6zCHO7EJmfLvXFaH1RuDr9G9H3pUGrw4QmFsQCWo2qUZHXRf4t2p6YkEA https://www.gofundme.com/f/stowefamilysupport?fbclid=IwAR0uYXB-xwU9bTmhGDzNUBYjtcLqWr5fYuJhCd2gEbGoY5ijALW1i9rHYMc https://afsp.org/chapter/virginia?fbclid=IwAR3KiIbkIp5vZvAeS_iVZii4CUO0diKEK124fC0e3v5wlikf_RmJf8V2OXo"

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