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Viola Jaramillo

Mar 19, 1940 - Nov 04, 2023

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Woodbridge, VA

"1940 - 2023 Viola (Vi) J. Jaramillo, age 83, A resident of Woodbridge VA, passed away on November 4, 2023. She was born on March 19, in Los Lunas NM, to Albert and Mary Jaramillo. Services will be held at San Juan Catholic Church on Saturday, November 18, 2023, beginning with a Visitation at 9:00 a. m. , followed by a Rosary at 10:00 a. m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a. m. , with Interment to follow at San Juan Catholic Cemetery. She is survived by Earnest, her life partner of 22...Read More

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Joyce M. (Morrissey) Donohue

Jan 27, 1940 - Mar 01, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

WOODBRIDGE, VA Joyce (Morrissey) Donohue, 84, died Friday, March 1, 2024, at Sentara Hospital after a sudden illness. Joyce was born on January 27, 1940, the first child of Richard and Anna (Joyce) Morrissey. She attended Saint Mary’s Elementary and High School and graduated from Framingham State College. She furthered her education at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) and the University of New Hampshire, where she received her Ph.D. in Chemistry. Family was the essence of Joyce’s life. Family was her love, her pride, her joy. Whether it was her children, grandchildren, siblings, parents, cousins, etc., Joyce valued every member of her family and did everything within her power to help them. Her devotion to her family was infinite. Just as much as she loved her family, Joyce loved teaching. Dedicating over 50 years of her life to education, she taught at Westfield High School before teaching Biochemistry and Food Nutrition at Northern Virginia Community College. She always valued the importance of education and never stopped on her journey of learning and discovering. Throughout her life, Joyce had a captivation with wildflowers. They never ceased to amaze her, and she would always be excited to venture into the woods and search for the treasure of rare wildflowers. Joyce leaves behind her children Maura Donohue and her husband Vijayasurian Easwaran of Cincinnati, OH; John T. Donohue and his wife Christina Donohue of Chesapeake, VA; Sean R. Donohue of Woodbridge, VA; and Eric P. Donohue of Alexandria, VA. She was predeceased by her parents, her sister Dona Kane, and her grandchildren Caroiliann Lavares and Brendan Patrick Donohue. She is survived by her siblings: Sr. Jane Morrissey of Springfield, MA; Anne Cressotti and her husband Frank of Southampton, MA; Richard Morrissey and his wife Pamela of West Springfield, MA; Sheila Spencer and her husband Steve of Leesburg, FL; and Mary Chris Cressotti and her husband Karl of Cheshire, CT. Joyce also leaves behind her grandchildren, John, Aoife, Aodhan, Kaveri, and Surya, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Family and friends will gather for her funeral on Friday, March 8, 2024, at 9AM from the Firtion Adams Funeral Service, 76 Broad St., Westfield followed by a Mass at 10AM in St. Mary’s Church, Barlett St. Westfield, with burial to follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Southampton Rd. Visiting hours will be held on Thursday, March 7, 2024 from 4-7PM in the funeral home. Memorial contributions can be made to Saint Mary’s Parish 30 Bartlett St. Westfield to either the Seven for 57’ Scholarship or the Anna and Richard Morrissey Scholarship at St. Mary’s High School, 27 Bartlett St. Westfield, MA. www.firtionadams.com To to the family or in memory of Joyce M. (Morrissey) Donohue, please

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Susan Bush Ragon

May 20, 1945 - Feb 26, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

Susan Bush Ragon, age 78, of Woodbridge, Virginia, passed away unexpectedly due to aruptured cerebral aneurysm on February 26, 2024, at Sentara Northern Virginia MedicalCenter in Woodbridge, Virginia. Susan was born in Alexandria, Virginia on May 20, 1945, theonly daughter of Lloyd and Jane Bush. Susan is survived by her husband, Harry “Skip”Ragon, her children Mike (Becky) and Robert (Eva), and two grandchildren Samantha andNolan.From 1964 to 1971, Susan worked for Congressman Charles A. Mosher of the 13 th District ofOhio. She then began working at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Board of Rivers andHarbors at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. In 2006 with more than 40 years of service, Susan retired asthe Chief Administrative Officer for the Planning and Policy Division, Directorate of CivilWorks, Headquarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.Skip and Susan enjoyed many trips across the United States in several different types ofvessels. From 1982 to 2006, they boated on the Potomac River, Chesapeake Bay andIntercoastal Waterway. These trips included going to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and aseven-week trip to Miami, Florida. Susan was also a member of the Harley Davidson OwnersGroup in Dumfries, Virginia, from 2007 to present. One of the more memorable rides wasthe 11-mile, more than 300 turns “Tail of the Dragon” ride in Tennessee. She would makeSkip nervous when she would fall asleep while riding on the back. In 2008, they purchased arecreational vehicle and began their cross-country treks visiting most of the National Parksduring the last fifteen years. To complete the United States sight seeing (as they went toAlaska in 2004), in December 2023, Skip and Susan with their son Mike’s family, flew toHawaii for a two-week, two-island vacation. It was an amazing trip with many wonderfulmemories. Susan enjoyed all these activities as a tourist, first mate and navigator.Susan was a good and faithful servant of Jesus. She was cheerful, kind, patient and loving.Her faithfulness was experienced by all that knew her. Susan was involved as a teacher inthe Immanuel Children’s Ministry, part of the Immanuel Prayer Team and Tuesday MorningWomen’s Bible Study, and a member the Cooperative Council of Ministries. She alsocoordinated Immanuel meals at the Hilda Barg Homeless Prevention Center and Christmasgifts through the Angel Tree Program with Immanuel and Beville Middle School. Susan alsoprovided food and refreshments as part of the Immanuel Fellowship Team.Because of Susan’s deep love and involvement with her church, the family requests that inlieu of flowers, donations be made in her honor to Immanuel Anglican Church, 7075 HoadlyRoad, Manassas, Virginia 20112.Visitation will be held on March 15, 2024, from 6:00-8:00pm at Mountcastle Turch FuneralHome, 4143 Dale Boulevard, Dale City, Virginia 22193. A funeral service will be held onMarch 16, 2024, at 2:00pm at All Saints’ Church, 14851 Gideon Drive, Woodbridge, Virginia22192. Interment will be scheduled for a later date.

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Harvey C. Loveless

Jul 23, 1935 - Feb 24, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

Harvey C. Loveless, 88, of Woodbridge Virginia died February 25, 2024. He was born July 24, 1935 to the late Preston L. and Charlotte Turner Loveless of Virginia. He is also preceded in death by his siblings, Bettie Loveless White, Preston Loveless, Nixon Loveless and grandson, Jason Loveless. Mr. Loveless was very proud to be a 10 gallon lifetime blood donor. He was an active member of his chuch, First Baptist Church of Woodbridge for many years. While there he played vital roles in the lives of many parents and children. He was a Sunday school teacher for 3-4 year old children, as well as serving in the nursery so as to allow parents to worship. He was an active member of MOPS, Mothers of Preschoolers. Harvey is survived by the love of his life for 69 years, Beverly (nee Atwood) Loveless, siblings Anne Valentine and Rebecca Humphrey; his children, Barbara Moore and husband David, Harvey James and wife Beth, David Loveless and Joanne Hogan and husband Sam; six grandchildren, Daniel Moore, Jodi Clouser, Amanda Loveless, Preston Loveless, Megan Loveless and Margaret Hogan. The family will receive guests at First Baptist Church of Woodbridge 10:00 AM March 4, 2024. The Life Celebration service will begin at 11:00 AM with interment to follow at Dumfries Cemetery, 17821 Batestown Rd, Dumfries VA 22026.

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Tim L. Wyatt

Mar 23, 1939 - Feb 22, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

Tim L. Wyatt, 84, of Lake Ridge, Virginia, passed away Feb.22, 2024 after a brief illness at Sentara Potomac Hospital in Woodbridge, Virginia. After receiving his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from West Virginia University (his favorite location on the planet), he became a much admired American History teacher at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, VA. He loved his school and was a stellar faculty member there from 1964 to 1998, as well as being a cross-country coach. Tim enjoyed accompanying students to Jamestown, Yorktown and other sites of historical importance. His former students still happily recall his antics and impressive lessons, even though most of them are already retired. He was preceded in death by his parents, Tracy (a biology teacher and coach at Mullens High School in WV), and his beautiful mother Vivian (nee Peters). He is survived by his sister Karen and husband Mark McCurdy, of Winder, GA., his nephew Erik Sizemore and his favorite cousin Kathy Smith. His niece Carrie Read, husband Aaron and their four children. His nephew Rob Cunningham, wife Stephanie, and their three children. His wife Susan Cunningham, also a teacher (A.P. English) in the Washington, D.C. area, survives him after 42 years of marriage. Tim’s funeral service will be held at 2:00PM on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at Blue Ridge Funeral Home in Beckley, WV, with interment following at the Blue Ridge Gardens at 5251 Robert C. Byrd Drive Beckley WV 25801. In lieu of flowers, donations or contributions may be made to West Virginia Athletic Club.com or the Pride of West Virginia Marching Band. Macys 2024! The Pride is taking our Country Roads to the Big Apple! - Campaign (wvu.edu) And Let’s Go, Mountaineers!

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Rose Lecco Elkins

Feb 15, 1951 - Feb 21, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

Rose Lecco Elkins was born in Welch, WV to Joseph and Lucille (Simpkins) Lecco on February 15, 1951. She is survived by her husband, James Elkins, a brother Joseph Lecco (May Barnhart), niece Jamies Hearter (Nick) and children Chase and Addison, and nephew Robert Lecco (Casey) and children Collins and Braegan.She worked for the Federal Government for 40 years and was a member of the Bethel United Methodist Church in Woodbridge, VA.She was a super fan of her Ohio State Buckeyes as well as the Washington Nationals baseball team, with Jim and Rose having season tickets for the “Nats” for 20 years. She also enjoyed scrapbooking and Bible study.Visitation will be held at Mountcastle Funeral Home on Dale Blvd on Monday, March 4 from 6-8 pm. A memorial service will be held at Bethel UMC on Tuesday, March 5 at 11:00 with a graveside service at Quantico National Cemetery following the memorial service.

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Geneva Morris Via

Oct 16, 1934 - Feb 22, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

On Thursday, February 22, 2024, Geneva Morris Via, loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend passed away at the age of 89. Geneva was born on October 16, 1934, in Boonesville, VA. She married George William Via on January 10, 1952. Geneva graduated from Mount Vernon High School and worked as an executive secretary at the US Army base, Fort Belvoir, until she retired in 1990.Geneva was devoted to her family, and her home was the heart of it all. From holidays and special occasions to Sunday dinners, everyone knew her kitchen table was open. She had a generous spirit and was always the first to offer help. Her good-hearted nature led her to tend to her family members when they became ill or needed care. She regularly brought meals to family, neighbors, and friends who had lost loved ones. She was a caregiver for her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews, and created a welcoming place filled with love, food, togetherness, and no sodas before noon.She was preceded in death by her husband George Via; her parents Lydia and James Lloyd Morris; her son Jeffrey Via; her sisters Helen Morris, Eula Mae Morris, Ellen Shiflett, and Blanche Shiflett; brother Junior Morris; and nephew James Shiflett. She is survived by her two sons Joseph Lloyd Via, Sr. (Jennifer) and David Via, Sr. (Karen); nephew Donald Shiflett, Jr.; nieces Carolyn Shiflett and Peggy Campos (Victor); grandchildren David Via, Jr. (Sally), Elizabeth Via, Kellie Bell (Roy), Joseph Lloyd Via, Jr. (Kyli), Jordan Via, Kenneth Marek (Kandi), Michael Marek (Carrie), Jennifer Holton (Adam); great-nephews Brandon Reeve (Dominique), Donald Shiflett III (Rose), and Michael Campos; great-nieces Nicole Kirk (Alex), Amber Campos, and Brittany Shiflett; 23 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.The viewing will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, February 28, and the funeral will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 29. Both will be at Mount Castle funeral home at 13318 Occoquan Rd. in Woodbridge, VA. The family will have a celebration of life at OWL station 2 located at 1306 F St. Woodbridge, VA 22191.The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the American Heart Association.

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Virginia Lee Clarke

Oct 11, 1933 - Feb 25, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

Virginia (Ginny) Lee Clarke, 90 of Woodbridge, VA passed away on February 25, 2024. She was born October 11, 1933 in Hartford, CT the daughter of the late Earle Livingston Lee and Luna May Lee.She was a graduate of Mary Washington College. She began her career as a Physical Therapist at the National Orthopedic Hospital in Arlington, VA and ascended to the Director of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation at Potomac Hospital in Woodbridge, VA. She enjoyed playing the organ, painting, bird-watching, Woodbridge lioness club, meal on wheels, VP of the senior church group, minister of Stephen ministry,Virginia was a Member of the St. Pauls United Methodist Church, in Woodbridge, VA. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, William Douglas Clarke, Sr. She is survived by her children, Linda L. (Lt Col, (R) Peter) Holmsten of Manassas, VA., William D. (Donna Bannister) Clarke, Jr. of Waterford, VA and David Lee (Chris) Clarke of Stafford, VA. Six grandchildren, two step grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild.Visitation for Ginny will be at Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home, 13318 Occoquan Rd, Woodbridge, VA. on Thursday, February 29, 2024 from 2:00PM - 4:00PM and 6:00PM - 8:00PM. Funeral Services will be held at St. Paul United Methodist Church, 1400 G. St., Woodbridge, VA on Friday, March 1, 2024 at 11:00AM. Burial will follow in Pohick Cemetery, Lorton, VA. Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Paul United Methodist Church.

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Annyepearl Henderson Johnson

Apr 30, 1936 - Feb 15, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

A Servant of God and MankindAnnyepearl Henderson JohnsonAnnyepearl Johnson, daughter of the late Adam Henderson and Rosie Lee Thigpen, was born April 30th in Fort Deposit, Alabama. She was the youngest of four children. She graduated from Brighton High School in Birmingham, Alabama, and was in the first Black nursing class admitted to study nursing at the University of Alabama. She was united in matrimony to her high school sweetheart, the late Julian Johnson, in 1957 and was married for 44 years. From that union, two children were born. Late in the evening of February 15th, 2024 Annyepearl, surrounded by family, answered her Father’s call.As a military spouse, she and family moved approximately every four years for 28 years during which time she traveled and worked around the world as a Registered Nurse. When Julian retired in 1979 from the Air Force, they relocated to Northern Virginia from Hampton, Virginia. In her working years, Annyepearl received many awards and accolades culminating in a well-deserved retirement, a testament to her hard work, dedication, success, and perseverance after 42 years. Throughout her life, she was active in civic and church activities. She served as a contributing member and leader in various organizations such as the Ebenezer Baptist Church (EBC) Mother’s Board, EBC Golden Eagles, EBC Ministry of Medicine, Prince William County Medical Reserve Corps, Daughters of Isis, Magnus Court No. 100, Golden Circle No. 156, Order of the Eastern Star, Pride of Fairfax, Lady of the Circle of Perfection, and Avery Court No. 5 and Cyrines.Annyepearl is survived by her children: Tammy Hyter (Tony) and Tommy Johnson; Five grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren – all of Woodbridge, Virginia; One brother of Birmingham, Alabama. She was preceded in death by her mother, father, and two brothers and her husband Julian Johnson.Member of Ebenezer Baptist Church (EBC), member of EBC Mother Board, member of EBC Golden Eagles (Bible study group), member of EBC Minister of Medicine, member of the Greater Prince William Medical Reserve Corps. Member of the following charitable organizations: Daughters of Isis Magnus Court No. 100, Golden Circle Assembly No. 156, Order of the Eastern Star Pride of Fairfax, Order of the Circle of Perfection.

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Judith Ann Delinski

Mar 14, 1944 - Feb 19, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

Judith Ann (Yaple) Delinski, age 79 of Woodbridge, Va., passed away on February 19, 2024 surrounded by her family after battling numerous health issues. Judith (Judy) was born March 14, 1944 in Erie, Pa., a daughter to the late Robert and Virginia (Smith) Yaple. She was a high school graduate of St. Benedict’s Academy and attended nursing school at Father Bakers School of Nursing in Buffalo, NY where she specialized in childcare. She adored her grandkids dearly and took every opportunity to hold newborn babies. Judy also enjoyed puzzles, reading and gardening and could distinguish among many plant varieties. Above all, Judy was an exceptional homemaker, loving mother, grandmother and devoted spouse to her lifelong husband, Richard.Judy spent most of her career working for the Prince William County Government where she enjoyed several friendships and always greeted people with a lovely outfit and a warm smile. Throughout her life and even during her declining health, Judy displayed bravery and courage; something that she will truly be remembered by. She was also an 11-year cancer survivor.In addition to her parents, Judy was preceded in death by three brothers: Gary and Benjamin Yaple in infancy, brother Gerald Yaple of Fairview, Pa and a sister, Kathleen Guarino of Erie.Judy is survived by her husband of 59 years, Richard whom she married on October 2, 1965; three sons; John Delinski (Amy) of Erie, Jeffrey Delinski (Richelle) of Woodbridge, Va and Jason Delinski (Phillipa) also of Woodbridge, Va; a daughter, Holly Lengyel (Peter) of Yardley, Pa; grandchildren; Trenton, Ethan, Cole, Sera, Savannah, Elijah and Andrew Delinski; two sisters, Shirley Anderson (Bob) of South Carolina, Christine Hirz (Mike) of Millcreek; and a brother, Mark Yaple (Carole) of Erie.Judy will be missed beyond words and many hearts are broken, but she loved the Lord and now rests peacefully with her heavenly family.Friends are invited to call on Friday March 1, 2024 2:00 - 4:00 pm and 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Brugger Funeral Homes & Crematory, Pine Ave. 845 E 38th Street and are invited to attend a funeral service on Saturday March 2, 2024 at 11:00 am at the funeral home. Condolences may be expressed at www.bruggerfuneralhomes.com.

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Norman Julian Dove Jr.

Dec 11, 1944 - Feb 17, 2024

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Woodbridge, VA

Norman “Butch” Julian Dove Jr., 79, passed away suddenly on February 17, 2024, in Woodbridge, Virginia. He was born on December 11, 1944, in Newark, New Jersey.Prior to marrying his beautiful wife Lana in September 1965, he served in the US Army. They resided in Hillburn, New York, where their children, Leslie, Norman III and Kurt were all born. In 1975, the family moved to Ohio when Butch started working for Sherwin Williams Automotive. His engaging personality and friendly demeanor were a benefit to his many years as a salesman for the company. The family relocated again, in 1982, to Woodbridge, Virginia when he became the Branch Manager in Vienna, Virginia. Butch and Lana remained in Woodbridge until they retired in 2006 and moved to Leesburg, Florida. They relocated to Clayton, North Carolina in 2014, then eventually back to the Woodbridge area in 2020.Butch enjoyed spending time with family and the house was always full. One of his favorite pastimes was cooking. Some of his specialties were spaghetti, fried chicken, and sweet potato pie, but he could make just about anything taste delicious! He loved sports- golf, soccer, baseball, tennis, and bowling, and played most of them in his younger years. He spent lots of time traveling the world with his siblings and in-laws. He was also a faithful servant of the Lord and found a new church home whenever the family moved. He loved his family beyond measure.He is survived by his children, Leslie, and Kurt; sister, Elisabeth; daughter-in-law, Traci; grandchildren, Lauryn, Lindsey, Alexis, Darrien, and Brenden; and great-grandchildren, Naomi, Londyn and Lyric. Butch is also survived by his sisters-in-law; brothers-in-law; many cousins, nieces, and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents, Norman, and Mabel; his loving wife, Lana; his sister, Hazel; his brother, Robert; and his son, Norman III “Butchie”.Although he will be sorely missed, the family is grateful that he is back together with the love of his life.

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