Cadet Obituaries

Format: 2019

James Russell Young

1958
 

James Russell "Jim" Young, born on August 9, 1939, in Richwood, WV, to James Stillman and Evalena Rader Young, passed away on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.

He graduated from Richwood High School in 1957, where he was an excellent and popular student. He was selected to Boys State and many other awards and honors. He excelled in athletics, especially football and basketball. After graduation, he attended Greenbrier Military School, Class of 1958, on a basketball scholarship, followed by a basketball scholarship to William and Mary College. He followed that by serving in the United States Marine Corps.

Jim Young played in the renowned Charleston Basketball Summer League where he made the All-Star team and played with such famous players as Jerry West, Chris Smith, Gary Justice, Bob Ayersman and Rod Thorn. Jim obtained his Master's degree from Marshall University. He became a Professor of Geography at Fairmont State College where he was extremely liked and respected by his students and colleagues. He served on the Fairmont State Athletic Board including Director of the Board several times. He was offered an assistant coaching position by basketball head coach Joe Retton, but turned it down to remain in teaching. He did however serve in team/player scouting and player evaluation. He retired from Fairmont State after 49 years of teaching.

Jim's knowledge about sports was encyclopedic and he would often call radio shows. He greatly enjoyed going to local meetings of the Legends and tirelessly travelling to local and ACC football and basketball games.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Carolyn Ramsey Young; his son, Stefan Kristoph Young and wife, Swathi Young; grandson, Krishna Young, who was his pride and joy; his brother, William Stillman Young of Alabama and his wife Charlotte and nephew, Randy Young. He will be missed by Dave Gillispie, Gary Justice, John Stewart, Jack Wright, Frank Gardinia and so many other dear friends. He will also be missed by his pets; Greta, Samantha and Sasha.

Special thanks to HospiceCare and to all those who helped make this time easier and his life more exciting.

Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday May 19, at Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, St. Albans. The funeral service will follow at noon at the funeral home.

Entombment will be in Cunningham Memorial Park, St. Albans.

The family encourages that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to HospiceCare, 1606 Kanawha Blvd. W, Charleston, WV 25387.

You may share memories of Jim on his tribute page by visiting ChapmanFuneralHomes.com.

Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, family-owned and located at 409 Sixth Ave., St. Albans, WV, is honored to serve the Young family.

Carl J. Arnold

1946
 

Dr. Carl J. Arnold, age 89, of Derby Lane passed away Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at his home.
He was born in Bristol, VA and was the son of the late J. Carl and Martha C. Arnold.
Dr. Arnold attended Elementary and High School education in Bristol and Abington, VA and graduated from Greenbrier military School in Lewisburg, WV in 1946. He later received his Bachelor of Science in 1951, his Masters in 1952 from Virginia Tech, and his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1958. He was a faculty member at Virginia Tech, the University of Florida Rollins College, and Presbyterian College. Dr. Arnold was awarded and achieved many honors during his time in academia, he was awarded and achieved many honors during his time in academia, he was awarded the Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics and Business Administration from Presbyterian College, the Professor of the year award for the University of Florida and Presbyterian College, and the Distinguished Service Award from Presbyterian College and College Annual Dedication from Presbyterian College in 1980. He was a member of the Methodist faith and was active in church work and activities in Abingdon VA, Blacksburg, VA and Winter Park FL, and was a member of the Lions Club in Blacksburg, VA.
Dr. Arnold is survived by his wife, Nancy of the home, his daughter , Sandra Ellen Lambert of Dallas, TX; his grandchildren, Leah Lambert, Erin Lambert, and Matt Lambert; and his four great-grandchildren.
A Memorial service will be held, Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 3:00PM at Edmunds Hall at Presbyterian College.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Carl J. Arnold Scholarship Fund, Presbyterian College, 503 South Broad Street, Clinton, SC 29325 or the charity of one’s choice.

Thomas Dawson Canby

1946
 

Thomas Dawson Canby 90, formerly of Glen Mill, PA., son of George Rust Canby and Ann Elizabeth Dawson Canby, passed away on May 15, 2018 following a short illness. He is a descendant of Thomas Canby who settled in New Hope, Pa. in 1682, and on his mother’s side, he is a descendant of Robert Peter, the first mayor of Georgetown, Washington, DC. In the last phase of his life, the hospice and nursing staff commented on his calm and polite demeanor which was consistent with how he lived his life.
Tom grew up on the family farm in Montgomery County, Maryland. He was valedictorian of the 1946 class at Greenbrier Military School in West Virginia. In 1950, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree with honors from the Glenn L. Martin School of Engineering and Aeronautical Sciences at the University of Maryland. In June, 1952, he graduated with a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Tom started his career with Dupont Nemours in Buffalo, NY. He was transferred to Memphis, Tennessee, and then to Baytown, Texas, prior to working many years in Wilmington, Delaware. After his retirement from DuPont in 1985, Tom and his wife Marge continued to reside near Chadds-Ford, Pa.
Tom enjoyed life’s experiences during his retirement years. He participated actively in the Delaware Photographic Society and his pursuit of perfection resulted in may photos being recognized and received awards in juried contests. Tom’s love of photography also resulted in publication of a coffee table size book, Brown Bears at Brooks River. He greatly appreciated the photographic services provided by Colorworks in Washington, Delaware. tom took additional award-winning photographs while soaring over volcanos in Hawaii in an ultralight plane. Another outstanding photographic experience was during Tom and Marge’s car trip across Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
He loved all watersports, including sailing, fishing and scuba diving. During a series of trips to Alaska, he loved to fish for salmon and was prepared to offer up his catch to any grizzly bears that wandered too close. He also enjoyed fishing for Halibut offshore from Alaska. At age 68, Tom earned his open-water scuba diving certification at the Cousteau Fiji Island Resort. His favorite diving expedition was in the Red Sea.
Tom is survived by his son, Thomas Canby Jr, and his wife Kate, and his daughter Mary Jean Goetz and her husband Bob. He is survived by grandchildren, Julia Canby-Rice, Rebecca Canby, Liz Raudzus-Canby, Sarah Goetz and Matthew Goetz, and nine greatgrandchildren. Tom was married to Margaret Overbey for over 63 years before she died in 2014. His son Charles Canby passed away in 2007
Services will be held at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Glenn Mills, PA on Saturday, June9, 2018 at 11 a.m. The committal will be the following day at Woodside Cemetery in Brighton, MD. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Tudor Place Historic House and Garden, Washington DC; the American Cancer Society or the SPCA.

HUBERT lEE lYKINS

1956
 

Hubert's daughter, Brenda Lykins, has informed GMSAA of her fathers death in Tracy, California

Mark Williamson

1956
 

Mark Williamson, 79, of Marietta passed away on Monday, April 30, 2018 at Marietta Memorial Hospital. He was born on May 27, 1938 in Marietta to the late Miles and Dorothy Bennett Williamson.

Mark was a 1956 graduate of Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg, WV. He was a licensed funeral director/embalmer and worked for Reed Funeral Home and Leavitt Funeral Home. Mark was a U.S. Air Force veteran who served at the time of the Vietnam War. He was a member of American Union #1 F&AM, American Legion Post 64. and an avid target shooter and supporter of the NRA.

Survivors are a sister, Sue W. Smith of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas; nephews, Brad of Marietta, Douglas of San Antonio TX, Scott of Little Rock AR, and Randall of Marietta, GA. Also surviving are Mark's sister in-law, Donna Williamson; her sons, James & Jeffrey; and grandchildren, Jeff Skylar, Bryce, Makayla, Cassie and Tyler. Matt Reed, a longtime close friend, also survives.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Bruce Williamson.

In accordance with his wishes, cremation will be observed with no services.
Online condolences may be made at www.hadleyfh.com.

Douglas Harry "Butch" Jennings

1954
 

Douglas Harry “Butch” Jennings Class of 1954/5

Douglas “Doug” Harry Jennings Sr. was born in Bluefield, WV on August 22, 1935 to Harry Kenneth and Eleanor Sally Jennings. Doug was preceded in death by his loving wife, Carol, of 58 years. He is survived by his son, Douglas H. Jennings (Debbie) of Sarasota, FL; and daughter Carolyn Hawthorne of Jacksonville, FL. Three granddaughters, Vanessa, Stephanie, and Sally; and his sister, Patricia (Ralph) Pike of Baton Rouge LA, nephew Brian (Deanna) Pike of North Palm Beach FL and niece Charlene (Joe) Pryor of Oklahoma City, OK.

Doug attended and graduated from Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg, WV. After graduation, he moved to Orlando, FL where he met the love of his life carol Joyce Jennings (Sauerbraun). They were married for 58 wonderful years and had two children. Beyond his love for his family, Doug was extremely fond of the farm he had in Hillsville, VA. This is where he and Carol raised cattle and spent a majority of their vacations. The Grainger/Jennings farm was his second love. Doug was also an avid sportsman who enjoyed fishing, hunting, boxing, and football. He was a world-class huntsman and a member of the Safari Club International.

Doug was a distinguished member of the United States Army Military Police during the Korean Conflict. He was stationed at Fort Gordon, GA from 1956-1957. Doug was an astute businessman. He attended Rollins College where he focused his studies on business. In 1955, he attended Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He held his internship at Carey-Hand Funeral Home in Orlando FL. Upon coming a licensed Funeral Director, he moved to Hollywood, Florida where he worked for Wadington Funeral Home.

In 1963, Doug opened his first funeral home (Jennings Funeral Home) in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida . Jennings Funeral Home expanded to a second location in Tamarac, FL in 1969. He continued to grow his businesses with the purchase of Lakeland Memorial Funeral and Good Sheppard Memorial Gardens in Ocala, FL In 1992, Doug sold his funeral home in South Florida and together with his son Douglas, operated Jennings/Archway Funeral Home and Good Sheppard Memorial Gardens until it was sold in 1997. In addition to his extensive career in the funeral industry, Doug was also a proficient real estate developer who had a keen eye for investment as well as a founding board member of Landmark Bank in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Doug was also generous with his time, as he was actively involved in community service and the growth of volunteerism through various service clubs in Florida. He was a proud 32nd Degree mason (Doric Lodge) in Ft. Lauderdale, York Rite, active member of the Shrine Club, member of the Royal Order of Jesters Court 88; a Rotarian at the Downtown FT. Lauderdale Chapter he was also a member of the Angler’s Club in New Smyrna Beach as well as the New Smyrna Beach Yacht Club.

A “Celebration of Life” will be held at Good Shepherd Memorial Gardens on Friday, April 27, 2018, from 12 – 2P.M. with a short service to follow.

Doug returned to Greenbrier for the 1955 school year for his freshman year in college. He also was Cadet Major for that school year

Date of death is not available at this time.

James Paul Clark

1949
 

James Paul "Jim" Clark, 88, of St. Albans, passed away peacefully Sunday, April 8, 2018, at Broadmore Assisted Living, Hurricane, WV.

Born June 15, 1929, in Clendenin, WV, he was the youngest child of the late Thomas A. and Retha L. Robertson Clark. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Imogene Bennett Clark, and his three brothers and four sisters.

Jim was a graduate of Clendenin High School, Greenbrier Military School and the University of Charleston and attended the University of Richmond. He was employed by Baxter Healthcare Corporation and served on the West Virginia State Board of Education. During the Korean War, he served in the United States Navy aboard the USS Essex. He was a member of St. Andrew United Methodist Church, St. Albans, attending the Crusader Sunday School class and was an Admiral in the Cherry River Navy. He enjoyed the outdoors, hunting and fishing. A dedicated husband, father and grandfather, Jim made sure the family was well-educated and well provided for.

Lovingly known as "Pap" to his family, surviving are his daughters, Catherine Ann of St. Albans, Mary Beth and husband Roger Murad of South Charleston, Debra Jean and husband Bill Howard of Scott Depot, Jennifer and husband Bob Weaver, Esq., of Charleston, Janet and husband Jeff Neal, M.D., of Lexington, Ky; sons, James Clark II, M.D., and wife Angie of Winfield, Chris Clark, M.D., and wife Ashley Clark, M.D., of Hurricane; grandchildren, Megan and Adam Howard, Emilee, Ragie and Nick Murad, Robby, Drew, Molly and Katie Weaver, Matt, Ali and Jennifer Neal, Amanda, Jimmy, Ben, Jack and Elana Clark, and Christopher, Virginia, Sarah and Samuel Clark; great-granddaughters, Sanaya and Maya Clark.

Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 12, at Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, St. Albans, officiated by Dr. Ed Grant. Burial will follow in Cunningham Memorial Park, St. Albans. You may visit Jim's tribute page at ChapmanFuneralHomes.com to share memories. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

The family would like to thank the staff of Broadmore Assisted Living, as well as Hospice Care for the care and compassion extended to Pap during his final illness.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Care, 1606 Kanawha Blvd., West, Charleston, WV 25387.

Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, family-owned and located at 409 Sixth Avenue, St. Albans, is honored to serve the Clark family.

Richard "Dickie" Booker Dalton

1952
 

Richard "Dickie" Booker Dalton, 85, died Saturday, February 24, 2018 in Kingsport, TN. He was preceded in death by his wife, Shirley Ann Rigney Dalton.

He was born on November 11, 1932, in Bluefield, WV, the son of the late Grady William Dalton and Freda Louisa Howell Dalton.

After having moved Richlands in 1940, he was a graduate of Richlands High School, greenbrier Military School, Emory and Henry College, and the American Institute of banking.

After shaving served his country in the Air force during the Korean War, he was employed as a banker at the Richlands National bank. An active member of his community, he was involved in various organizations including the Richlands Kiwanis Club and the Richlands Moose Lodge. He was passionate about Karate, earning his black belt when he was 57 years old and delighted to teach anyone who asked or anyone who just stood still too long.

He is survived by his daughter, Anne Freya Dalton, and two grandchildren, Charles Spurgeon Booth III and Marianne Dalton Boothe.

The family will receive friends Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Singleton Funeral Service in Cedar Bluff, VA. An M11:00 a.m. Memorial Service will be held with the Rev. Tim Mills officiating. Burial will follow at Clinch Valley Memorial Cemetery in Richlands where Military Graveside Rites will be conducted by the Members of the Casey-Shortt VFW Post # 9640, Richlands, VA.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to the Tazewell County Humane Society, P O Box 112, Richlands, VA 24641 and the Tazewell County Friends of the Library, P O Box 860, Richlands, VA 24641.
Online condolences may be sent to the family by going to www.SingletonFuneralService.com. Singleton Funeral Service is serving the Dalton Family.

Juan Santalla

1959
 

GMSAA has been notified by Jorge Martinez of the passing of Juan, a fellow Cuban and classmate at Greenbrier. An obituary was unavailable.

Richard Z. Macdonald

1941
 

RICHARD Z. “DICK” MACDONALD
Dick Macdonald grew up in Idlewild Park, learning from his father how to operate the family’s Ligonier Township amusement park.
When he and his brother C.K., known as Jack, took over management of the family-oriented attraction in 1957, Dick took delight in fulfilling his father’s vision for the adjoining Storybook Forest ---- where children could come face-to=-face with characters from their favorite fairytales and nursery rhymes.
“He was very instrumental in that whole idea coming to fruition,” said his daughter, Susan Grill.
Richard Z. “Dick” Macdonald died at home of natural causes Tuesday, January 2, 2018. He was 95.
Mr. Macdonald served as president of that park offshoot.
“he felt that would be fun to do” said his wife, Mary Ann. “he would work with an artist and make plans for the different fairytales.
Featured Characters included Humpty Dumpty, the three little pigs, and a knight who stood guard in a castle, speaking to visitors.
One of his favorite additions to Storybook Forest was a general store that offered patrons penny candy and antique toys.
“He drew up the plans for that” his wife recalled. We went down to Williamsburg and kind of copied from them.
Mr. Macdonald was a familiar sight on the park grounds, making sure all was well and mingling with the visitors.
“He liked seeing the people have fun”, his wife said.
Born in Cuyahoga Fall, Ohio, on Feb. 13, 1922, Mr. Macdonald was a son of the Clinton C. and Grace R. Macdonald.
A graduate of Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg, WV., Mr. Macdonald attended Penn State University until he enlisted in the Air Force in
World War II. Initially stationed in Burtonwood, England, to serve as a test pilot.
His love of planes began when he built models as a child
After the war, he continued to fly his private plane until he was 81, making regular trips to reunions at Greenbrier. Other passions included fly fishing, trap shooting and dancing with his wife.
Hwe enjoyed rounding up cattle on horseback at the couple’s Rich Hollow Farm, where he provided winter shelter for goats featured in the park.
When the family’s next generation opted to pursue other interests, the brothers sold the park to Kennywood in January, 1983.
Mr. Macdonald stayed busy volunteering for the local Meals on Wheels program. He also donated trees to the Ligonier Valley Chamber of commerce, the Ligonier Valley Library and the Ligonier Valley Historical Society.
“He wa always considerate and a very caring person, and he enjoyed life,” his wife said.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Macdonald was preceded in death by his brother and sister, Virginia Hand.
He is survived by his wife of 71 years; three children, Zanne Macdonald of Charlottesville, VA., Susan Grill and her husband, Erik, of Ligonier, and Richard of Sandpoint, Idaho; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held in the spring. Thomas L. Nied Funeral Home of Pittsburg is in charge of arrangements.
Memorial donations may be sent to Covenant Presbyterian Church Scholarship Fund 200 N. Market Street, Ligonier, Pa 15658

John Russell McLaughlin, Jr

1947
 

John Russell McLaughlin Jr, 89, passed away at his beloved farm with his family by his side early Tuesday morning, December 26, 2017.

Born January 20, 1928 in beaver, he was a son of the late John R. McLaughlin and Carolyn Dillon McLaughlin. After his graduation from Beaver High School in 1946, John went on to study at the Greenbrier Military School in 1947, before graduating from Grove City College in 1950 with a Bachelor of Science Degree. Drafted that same year, he served proudly in the U. S. Army during the Korean War until 1952. Upon his return to his hometown, he married JoEtta “Nicky” Zerby in June 1953. John, a third-generation realtor, joined the family real estate firm Bovard-Anderson Company in 1953, becoming a partner with his father in 1972, and later, with his own son Edwards in January of 1992. A leader in his field, John served as President of the Beaver County Board of Realtors in 1966 and 1967, and was recognized as Realtor of the year in 1977.

One of beaver’s staunchest advocates, John lent his talents and expertise to a wide variety of community organizations, including the 4-H Program, Stockman club, and the Beaver Rotary Club where he served as a former member and past president. He was a lifelong member of the Beaver United Methodist Church, a Paul Harris Fellow Member, and the former Chairman of the Brighton Township Zoning Hearing board. The capstone of John’s life of service would be his work with the Beaver Heritage Foundation where he served as a charter member of the Board of Trustees for the beaver Area Heritage Museum and Log House. In 2013, he was awarded the Beaver Area Heritage Civic Leadership Award for his tireless contributions to this popular local landmark.

A modern renaissance man, John reveled in his love of nature as an avid fisherman and hunter and Penn State Master gardener. His curiosity and creativity led him to dabble in all sorts of art media, including pottery, met sculptures, and wood carvings. In his spare time, he could also be found in search of antiques or researching his next stock pick as an investor with the Jolly Boys Investment Club.

For those who knew and loved John, he will be remembered as a great friend to many, wonderful son and brother, loving husband, cherished father to his five children, and unforgettable Papa to his twelve grandchildren.
John sill be sadly missed by his wife and partner of 64 years, Nicky McLaughlin, Beaver, his children; Lynn (Joseph) Smith, Pittsburg, Emily (Dee Brandon) McLaughlin, NYC, Edwards (Jacqueline Crowley) McLaughlin, Beaver, Ellen (Ed) Ardey, Lorton, VA, and Susan (Brian) Brown, Brighton Twp; grandchildren; and one brother, George (Suzanne) McLaughlin, Millbrook, NY.

In addition to his parents, John was preceded in death by his youngest granddaughter, Julia Brown.

Funeral services were held at beaver Methodist Church on Friday, December 29, 2017 with the Noll Funeral Home of Beaver providing services to the family.

Robert Christian Parker

1954
 

Robert Christian Parker, age 81, of Minneapolis, passed away October 19, 2017. He was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Dorothy Parker, and one brother, James Parker.

He is survived by his loving children, Krisann (and spouse Nicola) Evoli of Minneapolis and Forrest (and spouse Kimberly) Parker, of Charleston, S.C., two sisters, Susan Harris and Peggy Crofoot and three grandchildren: Madeleine Brown, Justin and Jesse Shafer.

As a young man, Chris attended the Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg, W.Va. He served his country in the U.S. Navy, later attending the U.S. Naval Academy. He would go on to earn a master's degree in organic chemistry from West Virginia University.

Accomplished in his field as a chemist, Chris garnered 11 patents during his career. He was a passionate cook, gifted watercolor painter, award winning marksman and golfer.

Funeral service is Tuesday, 11 a.m., at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5730 Grove St., Edina, MN 55436, (952) 929-0049. Visitation one hour prior. Interment at Fort Snelling National Cemetery to follow at 1:45 p.m. Memorials preferred to Minnesota Veterans Home activities fund.

Thomas Stimson Reed

1964
 

Died October 4, 2017 in Midlothian, VA. Tom is the father of two children, Kevin and Sara Elizabeth Reed. Thomas retired from VDOT in Highway administration. He attended Richmond schools and graduated from Greenbrier Military School with the Class of 1964. He attended Louisville College.
A graveside ceremony was held at Dale Memorial park in Chesterfield, VA.

Donald J. McClintock

1955
 

Sybil McClintock notified the Association of Don's passing. No details provided.

William Clark Manning

1972
 

William Clark Manning, 63, son of the late William French and Elda Cozort Manning passed away following a short illness, Thursday, September 7, 2017.

Born June 26, 1954 in Mullens, WV he was a loving husband, wonderful father, kind and loyal friend. He was a 1972 graduate of Greenbrier Military School and attended Marshall University and West Virginia University. He was self-employed for many years and was disabled after working for Patriot Coal as a warehouse clerk. He was a member of Oceana United Methodist Church.

He was a civil servant as Town Councilman and Recorder for the Town of Oceana for nineteen years.

He loved the Cincinnati Reds, WVU Mountaineers, '60's and '70's oldies and the town of Oceana.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Martha Altizer.

Clark is survived by his wife of thirty-six years, Kathy LaDoucer Manning, daughters, Lauren LeAyn and Jordan Elizabeth; sisters, Marian O'Connell and husband, Tom of Clinton, MD and Anita Wilson and husband, Bob of Greenville, TN; brother-in-law, Ronald Altizer; sisters-in-law, Debra LaDoucer and Lisa Taylor; nieces, nephews and many friends. His furry companions, Gibbs, Hatteras and Bodie will also miss him.

A celebration of life will be 4pm, Sunday, September 10, 2017 at Evans-Calfee Funeral Chapel, 1081 Cook Parkway with the Rev. Ronald Acord officiating. The family will receive friends from 2pm until time of service at the funeral home. Cremation will follow.

John Preston Gardner

1952
 

John Pearson Gardner arrived on the 16th of February, 1934 in Marianna, Pennsylvania. John was the only child born to George Pearson Gardner and Frances Gardner.

He was schooled in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. John graduated from Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg, West Virginia and attended West Virginia University in Clarksburg, W. Virginia prior to going into pilot training in the United States Air Force. As a USAF Pilot, he flew single and multi-engine piston, single and multi-engine jets and four engine turbo-prop aircraft. John retired from the Air Force as a Command Pilot. During his USAF career, Major Gardner was an instructor pilot in the B-25, T-33, T-37 and C-130 Aircraft. Duty stations included several bases in the US, (Reese Air Force Base in Texas, Homestead Air Reserve Base in Florida, Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi, Hill Air force Base in Utah, and Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico; France, Germany and Vietnam where he flew the F-4 Phantom Air Craft and the F-100. He loved flying the F-100, his thought being that to fly it correctly one had to be a “really good” pilot. But he spoke lovingly of the C-130. “The ole gal would just fly anywhere in any kind of weather and get you there and back safely.” While serving for 21-years in the Air Force, Major Gardner earned many commendations, including the AIR MEDAL award for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight and Command Pilot status.

While visiting a military friend in Littleton, CO, he met Mona June Boley. Fourteen months later, their friendship turned into marriage. Mona and John remained in Littleton while she continued to teach school and he was ‘the cook’. After a 14 month battle with cancer, John took his “last flight” on September 6, 2017.

Survivors include his wife, Mona, his daughter Shawna Rae Thomson (husband, Patrick), his son John Patrick Gardner, and granddaughter Megan Anne Thomson, of El Paso, Texas; a step-daughter, Stacia Leigh Marcheso (husband, Brett) of Broomfield, Colorado; 2 cousins, Donald Gardner (along with his two sons, Bill and Jeff) of Washington, Pennsylvania and Georgetta Abke of Macomb, Michigan.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 11am at Horan & McConaty Family Chapel, 5303 East County Line Road, Centennial 80122.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Greenbrier Military School Alumni Association, Lewisburg, W. Virginia; Wings over the Rockies, Denver, CO or Porter Hospice, Littleton, CO.

Jack Kendall Carte

1944
 

Jack Kendall Carte passed away at Good Living Assisted Living Home in Malden on August 10, 2017. Jack was born in Charleston on Fort Hill on July 21, 1923, followed minutes later by his identical twin, John Motley Carte. He was the son of Virgil and Elizabeth Carte. A 1942 graduate of Charleston High School, he also attended Greenbrier Military School for two years before enlisting in the U.S. Army in 1944. He served with the Alaskan Defense Command for two years.

He married Mary Sue Baldridge in 1950, and they raised three children in Charleston before he re-enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1963. He and the family then moved to overseas postings during the 1960s. The first posting was with Strategic Communication Command at Kagnew Station in Asmara, Eritrea; this was later followed by three years with the Defense Liaison Office at the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong. He then went on to serve a one-year duty tour in Vietnam in 1970, returning to Fort Rucker, Ala., which remained the family residence until 2001. Retired with the rank of Sergeant Major from his last duty post in 1982, he served as Senior Enlisted Personnel Manager in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Personnel, Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces Command at Fort MacPherson, Atlanta, Ga. At retirement, he was awarded the Legion of Merit in recognition of exceptional meritorious conduct while serving there. He was also a recipient of a Bronze Star for his Vietnam service.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Sue Carte (1999); son, Byron Kendall Carte (2004); sister, Ruth Townsend (2011); and brother, John M. Carte (2013). In later years, Jack and Betty J. Leonard, former high school classmates, shared several years of loving companionship together before her passing in 2010.

He is survived by daughters, Sharon L. Carte, South Charleston, and Connie Hirth, Washington, D.C.

Visitation will be from 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 16, at Bollinger Funeral Home on Lee Street, Charleston, followed immediately by a service at 2 p.m. Graveside service at Mountain View Memorial Park will be a private service for the family.

The family requests, in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Kanawha Hospice Care. The family expresses its heartfelt gratitude to Jack's caregivers at Good Living for the kindnesses and care he received there.

Robert A. Hogsett

1950
 

Robert A. Hogsett, age 86, of Richmond, VA departed this life to be with the Lord and Savior on July 18, 2017. He had been a member of the Bon Air Baptist Church since 1970 and served as a Deacon. Mr. Hogsett was predeceased by his former wife of 48 years, Ruth-Ann; and his second wife of nine years Jean-Ann. He is survived by his daughter’s family, Roberta and Stan Lee (with Robbie and Michelle); his son’s family, Richard and Lisa Hogsett (with Adam Hogsett, Andrew and Alysha Hogsett (with Lila and Oakley), and Mathew and Sarah Hogsett), Andrew and Alysha Hogsett (with Lila and Oakley), and Mathew and Sarah Hogsett); his daughter’s family, Rebecca and Brent Jones (with Tiffany); and his son’s family, Russell and Tanya Hogsett (with Alex and Samantha).
Mr. Hogsett grew up in Virginia and West Virginia. He graduated from Greenbrier Military School and West Virginia University. He served in Korea (1953-54) as an officer with the 5th Regimental Combat Team RTC.
Bob started his civilian career in the Westinghouse Air Conditioning Division and later joined Cargill Advertising Agency and later the A.H. Robbins Pharmaceuticals Corp. headquartered in Richmond, VA., with whom he spent 30 years. He was inducted into the “AHR Hall of Fame” as the Director of Promotional Services.
He also maintained his support of the U.S. Military by serving in the Army reserves for 20 years attaining the rank of Major, and later helped organize the Virginia Defense Force (VADF) where he volunteered for 20 years more as Director of Public Affairs with the rank of Lt. Colonel.
Viewing will be held at Woody Funeral Home, Huguenot Road, Sunday, July 23, 4 – 6p.m. service will be held at Bon Air Baptist Church , 2531 Buford Road, Richmond, VA. 23235 on Monday, July 24, 2 p.m.

John R. Mitchell

1949
 

John R Mitchell Sr. John Riley Mitchell Sr., 85, of Charleston, passed away on June 27, 2017, at Hubbard Hospice House, Charleston. He was born on November 6, 1931, in Union, Monroe County.He was preceded in death by his parents, James O. and Katherine Mitchell; his brother, J.O. Mitchell; and his "sister," Juanita Arbaugh; his wife, Myrna Hope Mitchell; and his former wife, Barbara G. Mitchell.Surviving are children, John R. Mitchell Jr., James L. (Terri) Mitchell, Andrea M. Mitchell and Tia (Michael) Joslin-Crone; grandchildren, Katherine F. Mitchell, Riley E. Mitchell, Hannah R. Mitchell, James R. Mitchell, Jennifer R. Mitchell, Taylor H. Crone, Jordan A. Crone, along with four great-grandchildren.

John graduated from Greenbrier Military School and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts from WVU College of Arts and Sciences and a Bachelor of Law from WVU College of Law, where he was a member of the William P. Willey Chapter of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity.Prior to his attendance in law school, he served honorably in the United States Army, where he attained the rank of Captain and proudly served on numerous competition firearm teams. He was also a certified Private Pilot by the Federal Aviation Administration.

John was known as a "trial lawyer" for 57 years. He began his law practice in 1960 at the Chelyan Junction with Rudolph DiTrapano. From then on, he tried thousands of cases in nearly every county in the state. He was admitted to the West Virginia State Bar and also licensed to practice in the Supreme Court of Appeals of WV, the U.S. Court of Appeals-2nd Circuit, the U.S. Court of Appeals-4th Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of WV.

He was a member of the WV Association of Criminal Defense Layers, the WV Association of Justice, The American Association of Justice, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the American Bar Association and a Senior Counsel Member of the American College of Barristers. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge Kanawha 20, Beni Kedem Shriners, Scottish Rite of Freemasonry-Valley of Charleston, York Rite Bodies, Royal Order of Jesters-Charleston Court 111, a Life Member of the Amateur Trapshooting Association (former national champion in his class), the National Rifle Association, Greenbrier Military School Alumni Association and the American Legion.

Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, July 5, at the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston, on the corner of Leon Sullivan Way and Virginia Street. Visitation will be at 11 a.m. followed by a service at noon. Burial will be immediately following at Cunningham Memorial Park in St. Albans.

The family has asked that in lieu of flowers, that donations be made to the Hubbard Hospice House.Gatens-Harding Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Charles Daniel Houck Jr

1966
 

Charles' family has informed the Association of Charles passing.

Jeffrey A. Richey

1971
 

Jeffrey A. "Jeff" Richey, 66, of Washington, died Wednesday, May
24, 2017, in Washington Hospital.

He was born February 20, 1951, in Ohio, a son of the late Donald
Merle and Willetta Farley Richey.

A graduate of McGuffey High School, Mr. Richey attended Memphis
State University on a football scholarship.
He owned Richey's Market with his family, and after the market
was sold, he worked at All-Clad Metalcrafters in Canonsburg, from
where he later retired.

Mr. Richey was a fireman with South Franklin Volunteer Fire
Department.

He loved spending time with his family. He also loved his
grandchildren and their sports. A sports fanatic, Mr. Richey
coached his kids' baseball and football teams for McGuffey, loved
all Pittsburgh sports and was a die-hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan.
He enjoyed fishing.

On July 7, 1984, he married Linda S. Frantz, who survives.
Surviving, in addition to his wife, are two sons, James M.
(Carol) Richey of Washington and Benjamin A. Richey of
Washington; a stepson, David C. (Bridgette) Rogers of Wexford; a
stepdaughter, Krissy (Ernie) Delgado of Washington; and seven
grandchildren, Dillon (Rachel) Richey, Hanna Richey, Ella Richey,
Kayla and Braden Baxendell and Ajay and Brody Rogers.

Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in
William G. Neal Funeral Homes Ltd., 925 Allison Avenue,
Washington, PA 15301, where services will be held at 11 a.m.
Friday, May 26. Burial will follow in Washington Cemetery.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made to South
Franklin Volunteer Fire Department, 101 Jolly School Road,
Washington, PA 15301.

Additional information and a guest book are available at
www.NealFuneralHome.com.

Anne GraemeMoore Weitz

 

ANNE GRAEME MOORE WEITZ (1921 - 2017)
(July 14, 1921–May 7, 2017) 95, of Rocky River, OH died peacefully on May 7 in Willowbrook, IL, after a short illness, during which her three (3) adoring children were at her side. Anne was born in Lewisburg, WV as the oldest of three children to her parents, Joe and Margaret. Anne had dogs, cats, & a horse "Patsy" to ride on their 40-acres on which they had livestock to graze. Here, Anne also formed lifetime interests in gardening and art (painting), perhaps inspired by the pastoral scenes around her. In her Greenbrier College for Women class, Anne won the academic award as the top student. She then transferred to UNC where she majored in art, was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority, and graduated (BA) in 1943. A year later, Anne's family suffered the tragic loss of her brother, Joseph Jr. ("Ian"), who gave his life for his nation in France in WWII. Anne's surviving sibling (sister) Pam is a pediatric doctor. After college, Anne worked drawing maps for the US government in DC, where she met and dated John Weitz of Cleveland, the love of her life! Before long, she was engaged then married John in late 1945 in WV. She and John moved to PA where he taught Geology at Lehigh for 6 years, and Anne gave birth to Susan. Soon the family would get up again and move to OH, as John secured a job for better pay in the family explosives business in OH. In Bay Village, Anne gave birth to Margaret and son John, Jr. Anne and family then moved to Rocky River, where with John she lovingly raised their family, while supporting the kids' growth, health, schools, activities, sports, and well-being. The children went off to college, jobs, marriage, children, repeating the great life-cycle traditions, while always returning to visit. Besides being a fine artist and painter, Anne actively supported the fine arts, volunteering, and selling works at Bay Arts (formerly Bay Crafters) in Huntington Park, Bay Village, OH for decades. Anne also enjoyed gardening, golfing, traveling, relaxing with a good book, magazine, or the TV, she and John also enjoyed spectator sports, concerts, plays and musicals, beach picnics, entertaining friends, visiting family next door or across town. John sold the company in the late 1980s and a long and happy retirement began as love-birds Anne with John also became snow-birds, alternating between golf on the north coast and gulf coast (where Anne savored a hole-in-one on a par 3!), enjoying seeing kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids grow, entertaining friends and family while living off their wise investments for a fulfilling retirement. Through their lives, Anne and John were like newlyweds, her classiness, love, patience, and wisdom, while John remained truly in love selflessly doing whatever Anne needed. It is with great sorrow we announce the loss of Anne, an extraordinary woman whom we think of every day: She lived her life consistent with her beliefs in loyalty, civility, golden rule, freedom, patriotism, and kindness, and it is with pride and love that we celebrate her life. Anne will be laid to rest with her devoted husband of 68 years, John (deceased 2013) in Lakewood Park Cemetery, near where Anne and John lived when not wintering in FL. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Margaret, brother Joseph Jr., and granddaughter Cynthia Pickering. Anne's loving survivors include her sister, Pamela (FL); her 3 children Susan (MO), Margaret (David, IL), and John Jr. (Gail, NJ), 7 grandchildren Tiffany (Brian, NH), Megan (GA), Ian (Amy), Joshua (Heather), Graeme (Derek, AK), Erica (FL), and 7 great-grandchildren Sabrina (NH), Grace (NH), Natalie (GA), Olivia (GA), Eva (AK), Jackson (AK) and Leonard (MA), loving in-law Jean (CO), nieces Sally Michie and husband Rex (TX), Phoebe (CO), nephew Leonard and wife Maureen (CO) and grand-nephew Michael Weitz and Lyla (CO). Please come and be with family and friends at the memorial service in the sanctuary at Rocky River Presbyterian Church at 21750 Detroit Rd., Rocky River, OH 44116 on Saturday, May 27 at 3:30 P.M. Contributions can be made in her memory to Bay Arts, various Alzheimer research organizations, Heartland Hospice, or charities of your choice. Please feel free to share your thoughts with family via Johnw@ancoenv.com.

Published in The Plain Dealer from May 23 to May 24, 2017

Susan Weitz, MAPS
Chaplain
Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital & Progress West Hospital

636-344-1483, office PWH
Monday and Wednesday

636-916-9733, office BJSP
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Robert Allan Blair

1956
 

Robert Allan Blair, 79, of St. Albans, passed away Saturday, June 3, 2017.

He was born on May 6, 1938 in Huntington, West Virginia to the late Wilma Rose Childers Blair and Harold Wade Blair.

Bob is survived by his wife of 56 years, Elizabeth Joan Blair, three children, Beverly Eileen Blair Huff, Sandra Lynn Neil (Gary), Robert Wade Blair and granddaughter, Blair Elizabeth Huff. Robert and Elizabeth were married June 10, 1961.

Robert attended Enslow Elementary, J. E. Robins Elementary, Woodrow Wilson Jr. High, and graduated from Greenbrier Military School in 1956. He attended University of Cincinnati and graduated from West Virginia State College in 1961 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and R. O. T. C. honors of distinguished military graduate. He received Regular Army commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps of the U.S. Army. At discharge he had received the rank of Captain. He was employed by the U.S. Postal Service, was an accounting systems salesman with National Cash Register and retired from sales with Sears, Roebuck and Company.

Robert was baptized and a member of Calvary Baptist Church in 1953 and transferred membership to Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church in 1970, where he was an active member serving as a Deacon and Elder. The motto he lived by was “God, Country, and Family”.

Robert was a Life Member of the Greenbrier Military School Alumni Association, served on the Alumni Board of Directors and received the Mr. Greenbrier Award for his many years of enduring love, devotion, and service to Greenbrier Military School and its Alumni Association. He served as President of the Charleston Sears’ Retiree Group for over 10 years.

A visitation of family and friends will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, St. Albans. Visit his tribute page at ChapmanFuneralHomes.com to share memories with the family.

Funeral Services will be held at 2pm on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, St. Albans with the Rev. Jim Robinson officiating. Interment will follow at Highland Cemetery, Huntington with military honors performed by James E. Marshall American Legion Post # 187.

Bartlett-Chapman Funeral Home, family-owned and located at 409 Sixth Avenue, St. Albans is honored to serve the Blair family.

To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Robert Allan Blair please visit our Sympathy Store.

Robert Mason Cawley

1949
 

"Bob Cawley died in Las Vegas Nevada after a short illness. He was an active writer, teacher, speaker, film director, pianist& singer, film and TV director etc. for his adult life until his sudden death.

An obituary is not available at this time, but the entertainment industry has suffer a great loss.ad will be on the GMSAA Website when available

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ROBERT CAWLEY

Robert Cawley started his show business career a child actor in motion pictures and won a National Classical Piano Championship at the age of eight. He is a diversified Production Executive. Creator, Writer, Producer, Director whose TV productions have won a total of 20 Emmy Awards. He has served as President of CCW Productions, President of JR Productions and CEO of Multi-Media International.

MAJOR CREDITS:

AIDS: THE GLOBAL EXPLOSION [documentary special – syndication]
Executive Producer
David Hasselhoff, Alex Paen, Jonathan Mann, Surgeon General C. Evert Koop,
Russell Crowe
NOMINATED: PRIMETIME EMMY AWARD “NEWS-INFORMATIONAL SPECIAL”

“ALIVE” [Paul Webb Productions – 132 hours for syndication]
`Producer-Director-Writer
Susan Stafford, Barbara Valentine, Adam West, Arnold Fox and a
host of guest stars
BRONZE HALO AWARD – SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOTION PICTURE COUNCIL “BEST PRODUCED SERIES.”

THE AMERICAN HUNTER [Paul Webb/NRA Production [locations]
Director-Writer
President Of The United States Ronald Reagan; Roy Rogers, Harry Morse,
General Joe Foss, Grits Gresham, Clint Walker, Hank Williams, Jr..
World Shooting Championship {Canada]

THE AMERICAN RIFLEMAN [Paul Webb/NRA Production [locations]
Director-Writer
Wally Schirra, Christopher George, Roy Rogers, Garry Anderson, Matt Dryke,
Patrick Wayne, John Riggens

RAY ANTHONY TV SPECIAL [NBC-TV]
Producer-Director
Mavis Rivers, Laurenda Almeida, Nat “King” Cole, Charlie Barnett
Steve Allen

CURT MASSEY SHOW – NBC-TV SERIES -3 YEARS -5 DAYS A WEEK
Producer-Director
Curt Massey, Liltin’ Martha Tilton, Country Washburn Orchestra.
Guests included Gordon MacRae, Jack Teagarden
WINNER: 3 EMMY AWARDS

HOW TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE – [Paul Webb Productions]
Producer-Director
Robert Stack, Rena Winters, Della Reese
WINNER: ANGEL AWARD – BEST FAMILY TV SPECIAL

BUTTERFLY [feature film] [Riklis Productions] [Nevada locations]
Production Executive
Orson Welles, Pia Zadora, Stacy Keach, Lois Nettleton, James Franciscus,
Edward Albert, Ed McMahan, June Lockhart
NOMINATED FOR THREE GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS INCLUDING BEST
PICTURE. FIRST MOVIE RELEASED ON VHS TO GO PLATINUM. SOLD THREE MILLION COPIES AT $89.90 EACH

FRANKIE CARLE SHOW [A/C PRODUCTIONS – 26 half-hours –syndication]
{Top Of The Mark, San Francisco}
Producer-Director-Writer
Liltin’ Martha Tilton, The Lancers, Al Pellegrini and his Music,
Dick Noel, Curt Massey, Ernie Ford, Al Morgan and many other guest stars

COLUMBIA PICTURES TELEVISION Development Deals for TV Movies and Series

COTTON BOWL FOOTBALL [CBS-TV] {Dallas, Texas]
Producer
Jack Drees, Hal Fisher

“DANGER. WILD CARGO” Worman Productions – 26 half-hours
Director
Jungle Jack Adam, Bob Corrigan, Vel Ritchie, Mel Koonz and a variety of wild animals

FAITH OF OUR CHILDREN [NBC-TV] SERIES -2 YEARS] 1HOUR WEEKLY
Director
Eleanor Powell, Beverly Garland, Dale Evans
WINNER: SEVEN EMMY AWARDS

FIT FOR LIFE [Paul Webb Productions] [132 half-hours – Syndication]
Executive In Charge Of Production
Pamela Carter, Lynda “Wonder Woman” Carter, plus guest stars

GLORY ROAD [documentary feature film] [Bob Green Productions]
Producer-Director
Anita Bryant, Bob Hope , Eddie King, Bert Parks

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AFN [German TV Nerwork – 90 Minute Special]
Director
President Of The United States Ronald Reagan; Les Brown Orchestra, Johnny Desmond, Tex Beneke, Helen O’Connell, Johnny Grant, Tony Bennett,
Frank Sinatra, Jr., Billy May, LA Jazz Choir, Glenn Campbell, Herb Jefferies,
Wolfman Jack, Eddie Dean, Ray Coniff, Frankie Laine, Rosemary Clooney,
The King Sisters, Scatman Crothers, Art Van Dame Quintet, Johnny Cash,
Laurenda Almedia

HAWAIIAN HONEYMOON SECRETS {J. Walter Thompson Agency] [Hawaii]
Producer-Director
John Harlan, Charlie Brill, Mitzi McCall, Dick Gautier, Barbara Stewart

HOLLYWOOD BACKSTAGE [NBC-TV]
Director – Writer
Fran Scott, Mavis Rivers, Al Pellegrini Quartet, Marilyn Lovell, Johnny Drake,
Dick Cathcart, Fran Scott Singers

CHET HUNTLEY REPORTS [NBC NEWS]
Director
Chet Huntley

JUKE BOX JURY [NBC-TV - series]
Director
Peter Potter, Gordon MacRae, Dorothy Provine, Gloria DeHaven, Al Martino,
Nat “King” Cole, The Lettermen, and many top guest stars
WINNER: TWO EMMY AWARDS

STAN KENTON: MY WORLD IS MUSIC [NBC-TV] [SPECIAL]
Producer-Director
Mavis Rivers, Les McCann Trio, John Tyman

JACK LATHAM NEWS [NBC NEWS]
Director
WINNER: 3 EMMY AWARDS

“THE LAW AND THE LADY” [MGM/UA – pilot]
Co-writers: Bob Cawley / Samuel Marx

“TROPICANA” [MGM/UA –pilot] Samuel Marx & Bob Cawley Co-writers

PETER MARSHALL & THE BIG BAND {Com-World Productions]
Producer
Teresa Brewer, Robert Goulet, The Lennon Sisters, Jimmy Lynch,
Chapter Five, Musical Director, Al Pellegrini

MUSICL REUNION [Paul Webb Productions – 6 hours – syndication]
Director-Writer
Johnnie Ray, Andy Russell, Buddy Greco, The Modernaires, Frankie Laine,
Kay Starr

MY LITTLE CORNER OF THE WORLD [ Bob Green Productions – 90 minutes]
[shot on various locations around the USA]
Producer-Director-Writer
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr, Anita Bryant, Bob Hope, Pat Boone, Bert Parks, Lulu Roman,
General William C. Westmoreland, Tex Beneke, The West Point Glee Club,
The Imperials, West Point Corps of Cadets, Ralph Carmichel’s Orchestra
WINNER: FREEDOMS FOUNDATION AND AMERICAN FAMILY HERITAGE AWARDS. BEST SELLING SOUNDTRACK ALBUM

MYTH OR REALITY [Paul Webb Productions - syndication]
Producer-Director
Rena Winters, Dr. Kerry Gaynor, Gene Thompson, Loretta Kruger, Steve Tackas,
Eddie King

MY WORLD IS MUSIC [Paul Webb Productions]
Producer
Frank Sinatra, Jr., Johnny London, Turley Richards, Johnny Mathis
Lynn Anderson, Ray Eberle

NBA ALL-STARS [ABC]
Producer-Writer
Ed MacCauley, Jerry West, Bob Pettit, Wilt Chamberlin, Red Aurbach,
Ben Kerner, Bill Russell, Elgin Baylor

ONE MORE TIME [Armstrong, Cawley, Marshall 1-hour TV Special]
Producer-Director
Peter Marshall, Bob Eberly, Helen O’Connell, Maylon Clark, Modernaires,
Tex Beneke and his Orchestra
BEST SELLING SOUNDTRACK ALBUM

OPENING NIGHT [ABC – 2 hour special]
Producer
Johnny Mercer, Host: Curt Massey, Nat “King” Cole, Bobby Troup Trio, Peter Potter, Dodie Stevens, Stan Freeberg, Mary Kay Trio, Al Viola, Stan Kenton,
Lawrence Welk, Frank Scott, Meredith Wilson, Dorothy Provine, Shecky Green,
Pat Boone, Fabian, Tex Williams, Charlie Barnett, Pete King, Al Jarvis,
Billy Vaughn

ELMER PETERSON WORLD REPORT [NBC NEWS]
Director
Elmer Peterson
WINNER: 1 EMMY AWARD

“THE BOB PETTIT STORY” [ABC-TV Documentary “The Drive Within Me”]
Director-Writer
Ed McCauley, Bob Pettit, Cliff Hagan, Richie Gurin, Lenny Wilkins,
Ben Kerner, Paul Silas, Jerry Lucas

“THE JULIET PROWSE SPECTACULAR” [20TH CENTURY FOX- 90 Minutes]
Producer-Director
Juliet Prowse, Foster Brooks, Clouds Of Joy, Nick Navarro Dancers,
Edwin Morse and 48 piece Orchestra.
CONSIDERED ONE OF THE FIVE BEST MUSIC/VARIETY TV SPECIALS EVER PRODUCED

“SINATRA, LAS VEGAS STYLE” {Datsun] [1 HOUR-TV SPECIAL]
Producer-Director
Al Alvarez and 28 piece Orchestra

“SINATRA IN PARADISE [Sinatra/Tin-Bar Productions] [Bermuda] [1 HOUR]
Producer-Director
Pat Henry, Pia Zadora, Rudy Ford, Rena Winters, Larry O’Brien’s Irish
Brass, Roy Van Noy Singers & Dancers

THE CONCERT SINATRA” [Sinatra/Tin-Bar Productions] [Bermuda] [1 HOUR]
Producer-Director
Pat Henry, Larry O’Brien and His Orchestra

SOUND FACTOR [Paul Webb Productions] [1 HOUR]
Producer – Director
Eddie Mekka, Journey, Roger Daltry, Starguard, Freda Payne,
Johnny London, Sir Elton John, B.J. Thomas, Alan Parsons Project

STARS OF SOUND” {Reina Productions] [1 HOUR]
Producer- Director – Writer
Ray Eberle, Bobbie Gentry, Buck Owens, Johnny London.
Al Martino, Rena Winters

DICK STEWART DANCE PARTY [Westinghouse – 1 Hour series]
Director
Dick with an endless list of current recording stars

THIS IS YOUR FBI {NBC-TV documentary mini-series] [6 HOURS]
Producer-Director-Writer
John Cashell, Wib Burke
SPECIAL CITATION FROM UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

TREASURE OF TAYOPA [feature film] [Reina Productions –Arizona-Mexico]
Producer-Director-Writer
Gilbert Roland, Rena Winters, Bob Corrigan, Phil Trapani, Andrew Farnsworth,
Frank Hernandez

JERRY VALE’S WORLD [Sierra Vista Productions – 26 half-hours –syndication]
{Various Las Vegas Locations}
Producer-Director
Robert Goulet, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Rena Winters, Tommy Leonetti,
Harry James, Liza Minnelli, Don Rickles, Tiffany Bolling, Redbone,
Laurenda Almeida, Garn Littledyke, Bob Newhart, Johnny Mathis,
Andy Williams, O.C. Smith, Vicki Carr, Johnny Cash, Jim Nabors,
Dick Roman, The Mills Brothers, Dick Jensen, Norm Crosby

WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS [ABC-TV] [Football]
Producer
Paul Christman, Curt Gowdy, George Ratterman

“PIA ZADORA IN LONDON” [Tin-Bar Productions] [London/USA]
Producer-Director
Vincent Falcone, The London Phiharmonic, Robert Farnon Conducting

SHOOT FOR THE GOLD [OLYMPIC SPECIAL – NRA PRODUCTION] Producer-Director
Robert Stack, Garry Anderson, Lonis & Dena Wiggers, Matt Dryke,
Dr. Dan Landers

HONORS:

Greenbrier Military College Alumni Hall of Fame:
Production – Direction – Writing - Music

Columbus Musicians Hall of Fame:
Performer – Composer – Musical Director

Wrote : “Raindrops On My Window” for Marty Robbins
Theme for TV special “Sinatra In Paradise”
Score for TV series “Danger, Wild Cargo”
Theme for TV comedy series “In The Company Of Stars”

AUTHOR:

Southwest Adventure [ historical novel]
Components Of Murder [true crime]
I Pledge Allegiance [contributing author- American heroes]
Treasure Of La Dura [novel]
Terrorist Tayopa [novel]
Wheezer [memoir]
The Man With Evil Eyes

SCREENPLAYS:

“The Golden Jungle” [from best-seller by Richard Newhafer]
“Treasure Of Tayopa”
“Black Star” [with Brendan Walsh]
“Terrorist Tayopa”
“Treasure of La Dura”
“Components Of Murder”
“Electro”
“Bare Fists”
“VANpyre”

OF NOTE:

Consultant for Film & TV Ohio State University College of the Arts
Columbus, Ohio

Consultant to the Republic Of Bophuthatswana, South Africa prior to construction of their national TV network.

INSTRUCTOR:

University of Southern California: Producing/Directing Television
Columbia College of Los Angeles Producing/Directing Television
College of Southern Nevada: Producing Television
Producing Motion Pictures
Writing For Profit
Writing Short Stories That Sell
Writing Novels That Sell
Writing Screenplays That Sell
Advanced Writers Workshop
The Music Of Your Life
Creative Writing

LOCAL& OTHER:

BOB CAWLEY SHOW [1 HOUR A DAY/SIX DAYS A WEEK]
KPHO-TV, PHOENIX, ARIZONA

MUSICAL DIRECTOR: “KATHY GODFREY SHOW” ½ HOUR A DAY – [5 DAYS A WEEK] ABC NETWORK RADIO – KPHO RADIO, PHOENIX, ARIZONA

FATHER OF ARIZONA’S “ALL AMERICAN FAMILY” IN USA
SEARCH./ FEATURED ON ABC NETWORK FROM FLORIDA

_______________________________________________________
BOB CAWLEY SHOW [1 HOUR SHOW/5 DAYS A WEEK]
KOTV-TV TULSA, OKLAHOMA

MATINEE AT HIGH NOON – BOB CAWLEY & MISS OKLAHOMA, LOUISE O’BRIEN [LATER ON BROADWAY IN STARRING ROLE] [5 DAYS A WEEK] KOTV-TV, TULSA, OKLAHOMA

SPORTS DIRECTOR [5 DAYS A WEEK] KOTV-TULSA, OKLAHOMA

SPECIAL CITATION FROM GOVERNOR OF OKLAHOMA
FOR TV WORK

BOB CAWLEY, FEATURED PIANIST/SINGER “KATE SMITH HOUR”, NBC-TV NETWORK FROM NEW YORK

AL JARVIS SHOW, SINGER-PIANIST, ABC-TV

OWN RADIO SHOW ON WOSU, OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

BOB CAWLEY SHOW [5 NIGHTS A WEEK- 1 HOUR WITH LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE & NAME GUESTS- KTVK-TV
PHOENIX, ARIZONA

BOB CAWLEY, PRODUCER-DIRECTOR SPECIALS BY
GOVERNOR ERNEST MAC FARLAND, KTVK-TV, PHOENIX

HOST “PLAY MARKO” 1 NIGHT A WEEK/1 HOUR. KTVK,
PHOENIX, ARIZONA

PRODUCER/DIRECTOR “SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT” – CASES
MADE FAMOUS BY GENE MC LAIN. 1 HOUR/ONCE A WEEK
KTVK-TV, PHOENIX, ARIZONA

IN SEARCH OF YESTERDAY [THE JOE SPAGNOLA STORY]
Producer-Director-Writer [Meredith Syndication] 1 hour

ROBERT M. CAWLEY – AUTHOR CREDITS

TREASURE OF TAYOPA
Wrote screenplay and book
the movie now available as DVD on Amazon.com

TREASURE OF LA DURA
First of Mexican adventure series
Houdini Publishing, Book Available Amazon,
Barnes & Noble, etc.

COMPONENTS OF MURDER
[based on true story of double homicide
and life of world’s greatest investigative
reporter, Gene McLain who not only
wrote award winning stories about crime
but SOLVED the crimes when police failed]
1st printing by Authorhouse with Amazon.com
2nd printing Houdini Publishing. Available Amazon
Kindle, E Books, Barnes & Noble, etc.
Available as feature film and television series

BLACK STAR [based on life of first black
US Marshall] Book & screenplay currently
under option. No release date set for either
book or motion picture/TV series

WHEEZER- FROM SILENTS TO DIGITAL
[Memoir] due for mid 2017 release.

THE IMPOSSIBLE ALIBI
TIGER WOMAN
COP-OUT
(to be published by Oak Tree Press)

“ELECTRO”
Fiction: World’s #1 Rock Artist
Expose of music world
Out of print

“CLUB FIGHTER”
Boxing story: fiction
Out of print

TREASURE OF TAYOPA
Fiction ; Out of print

Fredrik Eric Nelson

1947
 

Fredrik Nelson Sr. Fredrik Eric Nelson Sr., 87, of Charleston, died Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017. Born January 13, 1930, in Charleston, Eric was the youngest of four children of Oscar Nelson Sr. and Harriet Isabelle Engstrom Nelson.

Eric was a lifelong resident of Charleston. He was a graduate of Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg and later earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania. He attended Washington & Lee University Law School prior to being drafted into the Army, where he graduated from leadership and armed forces information school serving the 5th infantry division during the Korean War. He later graduated from the Reppert School of Auctioneering, Decatur, Ind., and was active in various charity auctions, including many FFA events, from the late 1960s through 1980s.Eric's business and professional career expanded a number of industries.

He began his career working for the American Hereford Journal in Kansas City, Mo., and then moved to a supervisory position in advertising and public relations with the Atlantic Greyhound Corporation in Charleston. He later was a leading salesman for United Carbon Company, a Charleston, W.Va., based Company headed by his father Oscar Nelson Sr., a Swedish immigrant. United Carbon was a producer of natural gas and oil and a leading producer of carbon black, a primary ingredient used in the rubber industry, until the company was sold to Ashland Oil. In 1959, Eric and his brother, Tom, co-founded Nelson & Company, one of the first private investment counseling companies in West Vriginia. Eric also formed various diversified investment companies concentrating in the real estate, natural gas, and oil sectors.

Eric's community and organization activities included: member of the West Virginia House of Delegates from 1967-1971; past president of the Charleston WV Lions Club; past president of the Navy League of WV; past potentate of the Beni Kedem Shrine Temple, Charleston, W.Va.; former member of Berry Hills and Edgewood Country Clubs, where he enjoyed working wonders with his "ping" putter; member of Kanawha Lodge No. 20; member of the Kanawha Commander No 4 Knights Templar; a 32nd degree member of the Scottish Rite of Freemason; past director of the Royal Order of Jesters Charleston Court No. 111, and founding director of the former South Hills Bank, Charleston, until it was acquired by Wesbanco Inc, Wheeling, W.Va., where he served as Director and member of the executive committee.One of the Nelson family's great loves and interest was Morlunda Farms located in Lewisburg, W.Va. The Farm was founded by his late father, and named after the town where he was born in Sweden. Morlunda Farms grew into a nationally renowned purebred Polled Hereford operation, showing cattle from coast to coast, with many awards and recognitions. Eric and his late brothers and sister continued the traditions well after their father had passed.

Eric is a former member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and most recently St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, both in Charleston. Eric so loved life and dearly missed his loving wife of 46 years, Ann, who preceded him in death in 2005. Eric loved to travel and enjoyed the frequent family cruise trips since Ann's passing. Many fond memories were enjoyed by all. Eric has been a resident of Edgewood Summit since 2007. Our family truly wishes to thank the many friends he made and especially the ever caring staff. We were most fortunate for the helping oversight provided by Teresa Walker and Whitney Brester.

In addition to his parents and wife, Ann Cabell Patrick Nelson, Eric was preceded in death by his siblings Anna Marie Nelson Jones of Charleston, Oscar Nelson Jr. of Lewisburg, and Thomas A. Nelson of Charleston and Naples, Fla. He is survived by his children, Eric Jr. (Pam), of Charleston and their children Heather, Tripp and Sydney; Mary Elizabeth Barnes (Robert), of Richmond, Va., and their children Bo and Anna Marie; and William (Megan) of New Orleans, La., and their children Callie and Connor.

A memorial celebration of his life will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, at St. Timothy Lutheran Church with the Pastor Jerome Klotz and Pastor Richard Mahan co-officiating. A private burial will be held.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to the Transportation Fund c/o Beni Kedem Shrine Center, 100 Quarrier St., Charleston, WV 25301; or the charity of your choice.You may send condolences to the family at www.barlowbonsall.com.Barlow Bonsall Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. - See more at: http://www.wvgazettemail.com/Obituaries#OBIT-19

William Russell Fields

1951
 

Dr. William Russell, 82, died on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at home, surrounded by his loving family after a long illness.

Dr. Fields was Chief of Radiology Service at the McGuire, Va. Medical Center from 1971 to 1991.

He was the son of John Russell Fields and Elizabeth Prichard Fields, both of Huntington, W.Va. He was preceded in death by his sisters, Mary Lou Fields Riggs and Nancy Sue Fields Johnson. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Patricia McLain Fields; his children, David Russell Fields (Doris) of Worcester, Mass., Jennifer Fields Friend (Robert) of Richmond and Laura Lee Fields of Richmond; and his grandchildren, Christina and Patrick Fields, Nicholas and Anna Friend; and his beloved nieces and nephews.

Bill graduated from Greenbrier Military School in 1951 and attended VPI (Virginia Polytechnic Institute) before serving five years in the U.S. Air Force as a navigator on a tanker plane. He then graduated college from University of Kentucky (1961) and West Virginia University School of Medicine (1965). When he completed his medical residency in radiology at MCV, he became Department Chief of Radiology at McGuire, Va. Medical Center.

Dr. William Fields was a member of Richmond Radiologic Society, American College of Radiology, Society Magnetic Resonance Imaging and National Association of Va. Physicians. Bill loved his time at the river in Deltaville, his boats, Andiamo and Senior Moment and his Harbor House neighbors. He was most proud of his family and service to the Veterans Administration.

There will be a private burial in Huntington, W.Va. His family thanks with grateful hearts the loving and skilled care he received at the end of his life by Hospice of Virginia and his private caregivers. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family church at: Bruce McDonald Memorial Methodist Church, 104 McDonald Avenue, Man, W.Va. 25635. Online condolences may be made at woodyfuneralhome.com.

FIELDS, Dr. William Russell, 82, died on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at home, surrounded by his loving family after a long illness. Dr. Fields was Chief of Radiology Service at the McGuire, Va. Medical Center from 1971 to 1991. He was the son of John Russell Fields and Elizabeth Prichard Fields, both of Huntington, W.Va. He was preceded in death by his sisters, Mary Lou Fields Riggs and Nancy Sue Fields Johnson. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Patricia McLain Fields; his children, David Russell Fields (Doris) of Worcester, Mass., Jennifer Fields Friend (Robert) of Richmond and Laura Lee Fields of Richmond; and his grandchildren, Christina and Patrick Fields, Nicholas and Anna Friend; and his beloved nieces and nephews. Bill graduated from Greenbrier Military School in 1951 and attended VPI (Virginia Polytechnic Institute) before serving five years in the U.S. Air Force as a navigator on a tanker plane. He then graduated college from University of Kentucky (1961) and West Virginia University School of Medicine (1965). When he completed his medical residency in radiology at MCV, he became Department Chief of Radiology at McGuire, Va. Medical Center. Dr. William Fields was a member of Richmond Radiologic Society, American College of Radiology, Society Magnetic Resonance Imaging and National Association of Va. Physicians. Bill loved his time at the river in Deltaville, his boats, Andiamo and Senior Moment and his Harbor House neighbors. He was most proud of his family and service to the Veterans Administration. There will be a private burial in Huntington, W.Va. His family thanks with grateful hearts the loving and skilled care he received at the end of his life by Hospice of Virginia and his private caregivers. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family church at: Bruce McDonald Memorial Methodist Church, 104 McDonald Avenue, Man, W.Va. 25635. Online condolences may be made at woodyfuneralhome.com.

John Greer Hunter

1957
 

John Greer Hunter
January 27, 1939 – March 27, 2017
John Greer Hunter (“Judge”) of Upper Sandusky, OH passed away peacefully on March 27, 2017 at Fairhaven Home at the age of 78. Born on January 27, 1939 in Bucyrus OH, he was the son of the late William James Hunter II and Freda (Walton) Hunter. He married Laura Jane Henceroth on September 6, 1968, and she survives in Upper Sandusky.
John is also survived by his two sons, William James Hunter III of Richmond, VA and Douglas S. (Lynn) Hunter of Aurora, OH; four grandchildren: Austin, Benjamin, Katherine, and Leah; two sisters Lynn (Darl) Gerber of Upper Sandusky and Ann (Richard) Senff of Salida, CO; as well as nieces and nephews.
In 1957, he graduated from Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg, WV, where he attained the rank of sergeant and played drums in the school band. After high school, he attended Miami University for two years then transferred to Ohio Northern University where he received his undergraduate degree in 1964 and his law degree in 1967.
In Upper Sandusky, he practiced law with his father for six years before serving the citizens of Wyandot County as the Judge of the Court of common Pleas from 1957 through 1998. At the time, he was one of only seven judges to act as a judge in all divisions of the Common Pleas Court which includes Probate and Juvenile, and General which included Civil, Criminal and Domestic matters. After retiring from the Court o Common Pleas, he served as a judge taking assignments by the Supreme Court of Ohio for six years before completely retiring in 2002.While his time as a judge, he served on many local, state, and national committees. He created a county program to help at-rick youth in 1975 and in 1976 he was appointed as the Chair of the Attorney General’s Statewide Task Force on Juvenile Justice. He was also active in the state and local bar and judicial associations and volunteered his time to work with law students and preside over mock trials at his alma mater, Ohio Northern University.
In 1994, Judge Hunter’s courtroom was used in the filming of The Shawshank Redemption, in which case many locals in the cast were extras.. Judge was cast as a as a juror in the movie.
Locally, he was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Upper Sandusky. He was also a former member of First Lutheran Church, also in Upper Sandusky, where he served both churches in various leadership positions.
He was a member of the local Elks Lodge 83 , Stone Crossing Golf Course and Sam Walton Lake. He was extremely proud of his service on the Library Board and in helping to establish the current library building. The judge was an avid golfer, boater and Ohio State sports fan. In his later years, he enjoyed traveling and spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren.
The family will receive friends on Friday, March 31 2017 from 4:00Pm-8pm at BRINGHAM CLARK Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 11:00 am at the First Presbyterian Church with Rev. Kenneth Wessler officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to Upper Sandusky Community Library, First Presbyterian Church or Fairhaven Health Care Community in care of Brigham Clark Funeral Home, 22 E. Wyandot Ave., Upper Sandusky, OH 43351.

John Delmer Longanacre

1957
 

John D. Longanacre, 79, of Fort Spring, WV, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Born October 18, 1937, in Sinks Grove, WV, to the late D.P. and Kate Blake Longanacre, he was the middle of nine children. He was married to Rebecca (Becky) Craft Longanacre, of Fort Spring, for 55 years. As a US Army veteran, he set up the first mortuary for service members killed in Vietnam. He was a funeral director for over 50 years, beginning his career with the Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Ronceverte WV and ending his career as the owner/operator of Longanacre Funeral Home in Fairlea and Fort Spring WV.

John was a prominent member of the community he served and took great pride in his family, his profession, and in the care he showed to those that trusted him to care for them. He was a Past Master Mason and a member of Monroe Lodge No 77 of Union (and previously a member of Shyrock Lodge No 47 of Ronceverte and Gauley Bridge Lodge No 64 of Gauley Bridge WV). He was a previous member of the Ronceverte Volunteer Fire Department and one of the first Emergency Medical Technicians in Greenbrier County when the Greenbrier Valley Emergency Ambulance Service was established. John helped establish the presence of the Salvation Army in Greenbrier County to aid families following devastating floods in the 1980s. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, the Muddy Creek Mountain Ruritan Club and a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Ronceverte where he served on many committees and in leadership positions.

He is survived by his wife, Becky, his son, Tim Longanacre, and wife Elizabeth Royal, of Burke, VA, his granddaughter, Jessica Lovejoy, and husband Michael, of Gainesville, VA, and two great grandchildren, Amelia and Fletcher Lovejoy, of Gainesville, VA. Also survived by two brothers, Paul Longanacre, and wife Linda, of Sinks Grove, Sam Longanacre, and wife Becky, of Glade Springs; four sisters, Norma Jean Wolford of Wytheville, VA, Joyce Stokes, and husband Pat, of Moneta, VA, Eloise Vass and husband Larry, of Moneta, VA, Ruth Ann Assaid, and husband Don, of Roanoke, VA, sisters-in-law, Vivian Longanacre, of Lewisburg, WV, Carolyn Longanacre, of Chickasha, OK, and many nieces, nephews, family and special friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, Louis Longanacre and Jim Longanacre, brother-in-law, Charles Wolford, niece, Charlotte Longanacre, nephew, Doug Longanacre, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Visitation will be Saturday, March 18, 2017, from 12:00pm – 2:00pm, at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home in Ronceverte, WV, followed by a graveside service at 2:30pm at Riverview Cemetery in Ronceverte, officiated by Pastor Stewart Farley and Pastor Greg Scott.

A reception will be held at Rudy’s Corner Grill in Ronceverte following the service.

Pallbearers will be Michael Lovejoy, Brad Whitley, Carson Whitley, Jason Craft, Charles Owens, Ed Longanacre, Ben Longanacre, and Keith Wickline.

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William A. "Tony" Sellards

1957
 

William A. "Tony" Sellards died March 10, 2017 in Salem, VA., one day short of his 79th birthday, and also his 49th wedding anniversary. Wife, Flo and brother Tim (GMS '63)morn his passing

Stewart Moore McMurray

1946
 

Reverend Stewart Moore McMurray, 86, died suddenly on March 6, 2017 at his home in Lewisburg, WV.

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 61 years, Harriet Jane Blaney McMurray, his parents, Clarence McCain McMurray and Priscilla Leslie McMurray (nee Moore), and five brothers and two sisters.
A graduate of Greenbrier Military School, Davidson College, NC and Union Theological Seminary, VA, Stewart was ordained and lovingly served Presbyterian Church U.S.A. congregations and communities in Quanah TX, and Glenville, Hinton, Lowell, Pence Springs, Gap Mills, Glace, Forest Memorial, Sweet Springs, Alderson and McElhenney. Stewart’s extensive leadership involvements supported local and regional planning work to establish public library services and Summers County Hospital, foster regional economic development, manage a multi-county food pantry, creatively initiate community events, lead youth development initiatives. Stewart’s life work embodied his deep commitment to universal human rights. With his wife Harriet, Stewart travelled the globe and served international ecumenical organizing and development organizing in the US, and in Geneva Switzerland, Seoul South Korea, and Northern Ireland.

A beloved and devoted father, grandfather and uncle, Stewart is survived by his five adult children—William Kevin McMurray (m. Tamela Duckworth McMurray) of Newark, DE; Andrew Kent McMurray of New London, CT (Kathy Donlon); Harriet Leslie McMurray of St. Paul, MN; David McCain McMurray of Nashville, TN; and Jonathan Stewart McMurray (m. Yelda Erenler McMurray) of Bethesda, MD—six grandchildren—Angela Jade McMurray, Jay Christopher McMurray, Jewel Lee McMurray, Jonathan Eugene McMurray, Lara Erenler McMurray, and Finian Arda McMurray—and nephews and nieces.

A memorial worship service to celebrate the life of Stewart McMurray will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2017, at 11 AM in the Old Stone Presbyterian Church, 200 Church Street, Lewisburg, with Reverend Dr. Anna Pinckney Straight officiating.

A reception will follow in the church hall. People are encouraged to bring and share stories and memories to share.

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