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2 Wednesday, February 25, 2009 The Journal GLENN J. HOLLOWELL Glenn J. Hollowell, 68, of King George County died Monday, Feb. 16, 2009, at Mary Washington Hospital. He was manager of the NAPA Auto Parts Store in Montross and the former owner of Hollowell Exxon in Fairfax. He was a member of Colonial Beach Masonic Lodge 199. He is survived by his wife, Car- ole D. Hollowell, of the home; five daughters, Mary Gehly and her husband, Art, of Front Royal, Jennifer Koonz and her husband, Chris, of Hershey, Pa., Janet Arcuri of King George, Karen Myers and her husband, Sean, of King George, and Lisa Gandy of King George; two sons, Glenn J. Hollowell and his wife, Erin, of Cardova, Alaska, and Jason M. Hollowell and his wife, Sharon, of King George; and 12 grandchildren: Emily, Anthony, Matthew, Jordan, Michael, Jacob, Skylar, Paige, Sum- mer, Morgan, Lauren and Grant. A funeral was held Thursday, Feb. 19, at Nash & Slaw Funeral Home, King George, with the Rev. Art Gehly officiating. Burial was in Historyland Memorial Park, King George. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Mr. Hollowell's honor to Northern Neck Humane Society, Box 283, Montross, Va. 22520, or King George Fire and Rescue, Box 466, King George, Va. 22485. Online condolences may be made at nashandslawfh .com. THEODORE "TED" WALTHALL Theodore "Ted" Walthall, 61, of King George County died Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009. A funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 20, at Mountain View Baptist Church, King George, with family visitation starting at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. PATRICIA JEAN"TISH"JOHNSON Patricia Jean Johnson, known to her family and friends as Tish, of King George County passed away Saturday, Feb. 14, 2009, from injuries suffered in an automobile accident. She was born Dec. 23, 1953, at home in Lymanville, Pa., daughter of Roger and Jean Hall Williams. She was a 1971 graduate of Tunkhannock High School and attended Barrington College, R.I., receiving a B.S. in Spanish in 1975. She believed in continuing her education and studied over these past three to four years to receive her master's in business administration from the University of Phoenix in 2008. She trusted in Jesus Christ as her Savior at an early age, and was baptized by Pastor Victor Decker in Bowman's Creek. As a college student, she went on mission trips to Alaska and Honduras. In more recent years, she participated in two mission trips to China, teaching English as a second language. She devoted many years to the Boy Scouts because of the influence they had on the lives of young men. As a result of her volunteer work with them, she was one of only 23 in the United States to receive the Silver Beaver Award last year. She was employed by URS, EG&G Division, Stafford County. She was a part of the MRAP Cougar Support Team. She was a bilingual schoolteacher for many years before working for the government. She is survived by her husband of 27 years, David Johnson; two sons, Jonathan and wife ShaVon Rose of Supply, and Mark of King George; two stepsons, David and wife Dar- lene of North Bay, Ontario, and Jeff Johnson of Coventry, R.I.; five stepgrandchildren; parents Roger and Jean Williams of Keiserville, Pa.; brothers R. Dell and wife Judy Williams of Lymanville, Terry S. Williams of Bardwell, and R. Brian and wife Karen Williams of Lyman- ville; sister Lori Kim Williams of Keiserville; as well as many nieces and nephews. A funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 21, at Sheldon Ku- kuchka Funeral Home, 73 West Tioga St., Tunkhannock, Pa., with Pastor Brian Williams, brother of Mrs. Johnson, officiating. Interment will be in Sunny- side Cemetery, Tunkhannock. Friends and family may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Online condolences may be sent to sheldonkukuchkafuneral home.com )ty. 50 100 200 AREA DEATHS NORMA JEAN HARRISON Norma Jean Harrison, 64, of Co- lonial Beach passed away Monday, Feb. 16, 2009. She was the wife of Tommy Dale Harrison and had retired from Krnart. She is survived by a daughter, Margaret Deans Hendricks and her husband, Paul Bryan, of Gates County, N.C.; her sisters, Patricia Ann Luttfring and her husband, Jo- seph, of Carmichael, Calif., and Ruth Louetta Hosgood and her husband, Leroy, of Millington, Md.; and one granddaughter, Taylor Margaret Deans. She was preceded in death by her father, Lewis Alphas Smith, and mother, Margaret Virginia Smith, who passed away on Feb. 11, 2009. Memorial services were held at Sunday, Feb. 22, at Oak Grove Baptist Church, Oak Grove. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer So- ciety, Attn. Westmoreland County Memorials, 895 Middle Ground Blvd., Suite 154, Newport News, Va. 23606. Online condolences may be made at welchfuneral homeva.com. ELLEN P. BROOKS Ellen P. Brooks, 78, of Fredericks- burg, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2009, at Mary Washington Hospital. Mrs. Brooks had retired as a dieti- cian from Mary Washington Hospi- tal, and later worked at Battlefie|d Elementary School for 10 years. She was a member of Hillcrest United Methodist Church. Survivors include her devoted hus- band of 60 years, Harris W. Brooks; her daughters, Wan& Stephens and her husband, Donald, of Fredericks- burg, Judy Haynes and her husband, Earl, of Stafford County, and Sandra DuVal and her husband, George, of Fredericksburg; her son, Lamont Brooks and his wife, Kathy, of Fred- ericksburg; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two great-great- grandchildren; and her sisters, Agnes Parmenter of Annandale and Alice Dickinson of Montross. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 26, in Sunset Memorial Gardens with the Rev. John De Jong officiating. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg. Online guestbook is available at covenantfuneral service.com. AUSTIN L. "BLUE" THOMPSON Austin L. "Blue" Thompson of Tappahannock departed this life Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009, at a local hospital. He is survived by his wife, Flossie Thompson; five sisters: Mae Ball of Boston, and Cora Sydnor, Ruth Wood, Rochelle Thompson and Thelma Watkins, all of Baltimore, Md.; and one brother, Donnie Thompson of Baltimore. A viewing will be held from 2 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, at First Baptist Church, Tappahannock, where fu- neral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, with the Rev. Dr. Vernon Keeve Jr., pastor, officiating. The Rev. Dr. Marion Tapscott will deliver the eulogy. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Service of comfort entrusted to Washington Funeral Home, Tappa- hannock. Online condolences may be ex- pressed- at washingtonfh.com. IRMA PRATT Hi" Irma Pratt Hill, 82, of Center Cross departed this life Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, at her residence. She is survived by one daughter, Sue Ellen Bowler, and one son, James R. Hill, both of Center Cross; three sisters, Francis Pratt, Iona Bundy and Odell Bundy, and one brother, Thomas Pratt, all of Tappahan- Dock. Viewing will be held from noon to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, at Washington Funeral Home, Tappahannock, and one hour before funeral at the church. Funeral service will be at noon Sat- urday, Feb. 28, at Angel Visit Baptist Church, Dunnsville, with the Rev. Russell Smith officiating. Interment will be in Macedonia Baptist Church cemetery, Center Cross. Online condolences may be ex- pressed at washingtonfh.com. ONLY 3.5 MORE WEEKS OF WINTER Go to www.journalpress.eom to see other items available STAY WARM MARY L. STEFFEY Mary L. Steffey, beautiful and lifelong partner of Ralph Steffey, and daughter of the late Ruby Urbank was blessed into this world on Nov. 6, 1949, and departed us on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009. A dedicated mother, relative and friend, we were blessed with her presence for 59 wonderful years. She is survived by her three chil- dren, Leslie Davis, Hollie Delane and Daniel Steffey; grandchildren Brent Steffey, Devin Davis, TrevorDelane, Mason Delane, Brooklynn Delane, Jaxson Delane and Evan Steffey; and sisters Vicky Scott and Pam Graham. Additional family members include sons-in-law Nathan Delane and Carl Davis, and daughter-in-law Colleen Steffey. A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, at Maranatha Baptist Bible Church, with the Rev. James Johnson and the Rev. Marvin Johnson officiating. Burial will be in St. Peter's cemetery in Oak Grove. Pallbearers include Carl Davis, Brent Steffey, Steve Bowen, Ja- son McGinnis, Fred Pratt and Joe Muse. Avisitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, at Nash & Slaw Funeral Home, Colonial Beach. The family requests contributions and donations on Mary's behalf be made to Maranatha Baptist Bible Church, Box 1026, Colonial Beach, Va. 22443. "Her family was the angels of her life and now, she's the angel of ours! MeMe, you'll always be in our hearts and minds. We'll love you forever." JAMES ERNEST BAILEY James Ernest Bailey, 81, husband of Billie Jane Bailey, of Colonial Beach, passed away Monday, Feb. 23, 2009. He was retired maintenance su- pervisor for Arlington County Water Pollution Board, member of Popes Creek Baptist Church and a U. S. Army veteran. He is also survived by his sons, the Rev. Dr. Carrington L. Bailey and wife, Linda, of Fredericksburg, and Donald R. Shuman and wife, Suzanne, of Liberty S.C.; daughters Sherrie Cherdak and her husband, Brian, of Fairfax, Rebecca A. Rob- erts and her husband, Joseph, of Moncks Corner, S.C., and Jeannie M. Bailey and her partner, Jane Bennett, of Fairfax. Also surviving are grandchildren Travis, Daniel and Jason Roberts, Zachary and Carl Bailey, Rachel Cherdak, and Joshua and Katie Shuman; niece Theresa Hinshaw Cox of Fairfax and nephew Joe Hinshaw of Harrisonburg. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, at Popes Creek Baptist Church, Baynesville. Interment will follow at 4 p.m. in City of Fairfax Cemetery, Fairfax. Memorial contributions may be made to Oak Grove Fire Dept. Box 159, Colonial Beach, Va. 22443; Colonial Beach Rescue Squad, 225 Dennison St., Colonial Beach, Va. 22443; Colonial Beach Fire Dept. Box 212, Colonial Beach, Va. 22443, or Montross Rescue Squad, Box 1174, Montross, Va. 22520. Online condolences available at welchfuneralhome va.com Get Your Company's Name on Cool Gadgets! Bag Clip $2.97 $2.15 $1.66 Set Up Charge Additional s The lXll:Cl0000l Print Shop Call 540-775-2024 or email steve@journalpress.com for more information DID You KNOW? In 1887, Granville T. Woods, a great African-American inventor, patented the Synchronous Multiplex Railway Telegraph, making it possible for moving trains to communicate with other trains and train stations. This ground-breaking technology greatly improved railway safety and efficiency, bringing people closer together in the vast United States. It was such an important breakthrough that Alexander Graham Bell, inven- tor of the telephone, purchasedit for use at his company. Woods believed the same thing we believe--that connections between people make the world go 'round. OMIST CLUH OF KiNG GEORGE PRESENTS THE KGHS STUDENTS OF THE MONm January 2009: Stephanie Merryman Kiefer Strickland February 2009: Michael Jagielski Destiny Levere These students were recom- mended by teachers and or staff at King George High School. Ms. Chrissy Hand of KGHS is the school representative to the Optimist Club and sponsor of the KGHS Octagon Club. This club gives students the opportunity to volunteer in the com- munity and to learn about service to others. The Optimist Club of King George sponsors this program as a way of recognizing students through- out the school year. Students and their parents are invited to attend an award dinner sponsored by the Optimists where they are honored and presented with a small token of personal recognition. Call Lloyd Adams for more info. 845-4819 THURS. FEB. 26TH Woman's Club of King George meeting, 7pm. St. Paul's Parish House. Program will be on the Co- lonial Beach Free Clinic. MONDAY MARCH 2ND AARP Regular luncheon meeting i 1:30am at the KG Citizens' Center. Bring food or drink to share. Guests welcome. Call 775-0275 for more information. CB VFD LA regular monthly meeting. TUES. MARCH 3RD Regular meeting of the Democratic Party 7p.m. at L.E. Smoot Library. Please be present and on time. NARFE Northern Neck Chapter 1823 meeting 1 pm, Wicomico Parish Church. Lunchis soup & sandwiches (Bring a sandwich to share, soup will be provided) Program to be about Aerobics for the Mind. 529-6415 SAT  SUN MARCH 7TH & 8TH KGBA & Journal Press presents 20th Annual Home & Craft Show. New KGHS. FREE! Sat, 9-5pm Sun. 11-3pm. Cash Prizes! Over 120 exhibitors & crafters. Ruritans cooking up Spaghetti & BBQ meals. Fresh baked goods andmore. Some- thing for everyone! Come check it out. Call Lori @ 709-7495 MONDAY MARCH 9TH KG Garden Club Regular Meet- ing, 7pm. American Legion Hall Rts 206/610. Helen Lawrence to present program on poisonous plants. TUES. MARCH IOTH Westmoreland Branch of the NAACP regular meeting 7:30pm. Galilee Baptist Church, Montross. Got Video? Scouting events, Christmas programs, PTA meetings, sporting events, etc. We are starting to provide video on our website, www.journalpress.tv. If you would like to submit video for the site email jherrink@journalpress.com. Files can be provided on DVD and may be edited for length, quality, etc. Rea,ty TV - King George style! SAT. MARCH 14TH American Legion Auxiliary West- moreland Unit #148 holding Flea Market & Chili Lunch. American Legion Hall, Colonial Ave. Flea Market 9-2pm. Chili Lunch, $6.0(l per person, 1 lam to 2pm.Call June 804-224-1312 or Jacque, 804-224- 8324 to rent your table, $10 each. THURS. MARCH 19TH Fancy Friends 4H Club monthly meeting, 5:30pm at the KG Val Extension Office. Call 775-3062 for details. FriendS. of t he_RapPahannock &dvncacy RratlofJ  Education FRIENDS OF THE RAPPAHANNOCK UPCOMING EVENTS MARCH 14TH-LAucK'S ISLAND"; TOUR & PICNIC MARCH 28TH-OPERATION * SPRUCE'UP 2009 .-- . APRIL 4TWPRiNG ; WlLDFtOWER HIm .--" ?- APRIL 11"WEED WARRIORS GO TO WWW.RIVERFRIENDS.ORG FOR INFORMATION  DETAILS CHECK OUT L.E.SMOOT LIBRARY FOR WINTER ACTIVITIES, DVD'S, NEW TITLES, OLD FAVORITES. BEAT OLD MAN WINTER AT HIS GAME. 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