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'\ www,journalpress,com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Aug, 24, 2016 7 No Wrong Door is a virtual single point of ADRC partners within each community con- process or what their unique combination of entry for accessing public and private health tribute their unique expertise, collaborate and needs may be. and human supports for older adults and adults share client-level data, with consent, through a Area Agencies on Aging coordinate No with disabilities in Virginia. No Wrong Door secure system in order to streamline access to Wrong Door/ADRC with community partners is both the philosophy that drives the initia- supports and maximize efficiencies. This ap- and the assistance of Advisory Councils. Cur- tire and the name that Virginia has given to the proach is positioning V'uginia to support an rently, twenty-three of Virginids twenty-five Federal initiative called Aging and Disability increasing population of older adults and indi- planningdistrictsarejoiningwithlocalpartners Resource Connections (ADRC). At times the viduals with disabilities in the environment of to form No Wrong Door/ADRC communities. terms are used interchangeably, but most often, their choice. Implementation of the No Wrong Door Initia- when No Wrong Door is used, it is referencing Virginia has implemented a unique public- tire among the Area Agency on Aging regions V'wginia's initiative and when ADRC is used, it private partnership approach to eliminating varies according to collaboration with other is referencing the Federal perspective, walls between service populations, improving local public agencies, and program funding re- The vision of No Wrong Door/ADRC in efficiencies and addressing long-term support ceived by local private and public sources. Ad- Virginia is to provide older adults and adults according to each individual's unique situation, ditionally, the number of local agencies using all with disabilities with comprehensive informa- No Wrong Door/ADRC is designed to help old- or part of the web-based software will also vary tion and streamlined access to available long er adults, caregivers, adults with disabilities, vet- in each locality. The ability to share information term supports through collaborative partner- erans and their families find the supports that allows agencies to provide the individuals they ships and shared technology. No Wrong Door/ will benefit them no matter where they start the serve with efficient and effective access to sup- services ports that fit individuals' needs and preferences. Wrong Door/ADRC participating agencies The benefits of No Wrong Door are many. will only have to tell their story once and their The most exciting benefit is that public agencies information can then be sent to other agencies and participating private providers are able to electronically with the individual's permission. share client information in a confidential and Because the providers use the same system, secure manner through a web-based software individuals will receive consistent information system, about services and support options no matter This system includes an information and re- where they enter the system within that net- ferml tool that is integrated with a comprehen- work. In addition, No Wrong Door/ADRC has sive provider database, a comprehensive client given the public immediate access to informa- assessment, and case management tool. No tion about support services for older adults and WmngDoor/ADRCusesCommunication, Re- individuals with disabilities through Virginia ferral, Information and Assistance to help coor- Easy Access (easyaccess.virginia.gov), a web dinate supports between human service entities portal that provides helpful information about and providers so that people are empowered to services and supports that are available across stay in their homes and communities and avoid the Commonwealth for older adults and others. institutions. Go to http://vda.virginia.gov/pdfdocs/ Individuals receiving services through No NWD-FAQ.pdffor more information. Obituaries DONALD O. MCKENNEY JR. Zone - Panama. Tony entered into Donald O. McKenney Jr., 47, of eternal rest on Thursday, August 11, Colonial Beach passed away August 2016. 16, 2016 surrounded by family. He Tony accepted Christ and joined is survived by his bdoved wife Kellie St. Stephens Baptist Church where McKenney; parents Donald St. and he was baptized by Bishop Anthony Shirley McKenney; sister Sheri Dil- Jones. lard (Chris); niece Lindsey Dillard, After graduating from Paraiso nephew Brennan Dillard; and many High School in CanalZone- Pan- other nieces and nephews and great ama, Tony joIned the U.S. Navy in nieces and nephews. Services are pri- April 1975. During his service in vate and are being handled by Storke the Navy he received numerous Funeral Home, Nash and Slaw Cha- medals, badges, citations and cam- pd in King George. In lieu of flowers, paign ribbons to Indude The Navy the family requests contributions be Achievement Medal, Meritorious made to http://stopcrueltynow.org/ Unit Commendation, Fifth Good stopcrueltynow.org, PETA, or your Conduct Medal, National Defense local Humane Society. Condolences Service Medal, Southwest Asia Ser- may be left at http://storkefuneral- vice Medal, Sea Service Deployment home.com/storkefuneralhome.com. Ribbon and the Coast Guard Special Operations Service Ribbon. Tony re- TAMMY REDFORD tired from the U.S. Navy as a Senior The Heavens have gained anoth- Chief Fire Controlman with 22 years er Angel. On the morning of Aug. of service. 15, 2016, Tammy Redford, of King Following his retirement Tony was George, was called home to join her employed by BAE, General Dynam- mother in heaven. Born May 10, ics (formerly Anteon) and SCCI. 1968, she proved to be a loving and Tony leaves to cherish his mem- kind-hearted person, which contrib- ory, his devoted wife of 25 years, uted to her success in being an ex- Audrey Gerald of King George; his ceptional caretaker for many years, son, Anthony J. (TJ) Gerald of King Her passion for helping others was George, three daughters, Angelica exhibited the most through her in- Gerald of King George, Kim Kelly teractions with her children. There of Riverview, FL and Jessica Davis was nothing in this world more im- (Cedric) of Davie, FL; Godchildren, portant to Tammy than her three Xavier Opare-Kemi of Fredericks- children and two grand-babies. She burg, VA; Adrienne Shelton of King is loved and survived by her four George, Tre'jour Coles of Spotsyl- sfsters (Tina, BridgeL Deanna and vania; VAi eightgrandchildren, Jor- Lisa), one brother (Robert), three dan, Kendall, Mikayla and Monica children (April, Heather, and Eric) Kelly of Riverview, FL; Alexis, Ian and two grand-babies (Aubrey and and Melina Davis of Davie, FL and Skylar). She has left. an abundance Amari Gerald of King George; father of wonderful memories with family and mother-in-law, Randolph and and friends. Tammy will be forever Doris Veney of King George; two missed, but never forgotten, sisters, Sonya Gerald of Panama and Mary Cordero of Woodbridge, VA; ANTHONY E. ~ERALD one brother, Charles of NC; sisters- Anthony E. Gerald, affectionately in-law, Debbra Ford, Cynthia John- known as "Tony" was born on June son and Kimberly Parker (Jimmy) 4, 1950 to the late Verona Small of King George; Valerie Johnson of Gerald and Charles Gerald in Canal Ashburn, VA; Wanda Parson (Craig) of Colonial Beach, VA and Betty Montague of Waldorf, MD; broth- er-in-law, James Ford, Jr (Stacey) of Spotsylvania, VA; God sister, Shan- tell Rene (Jonathan) of DewiR, MI; a very special friend, Thomas Whiting of King George, and a host of other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cous- ins and friends. Preceding him in death was his parents and brothers, Harvey, Lewis and Randy. Viewing was Aug. 17, 2016, at A.L. Bennett and Son Funeral Home, Fredericksburg. Funeral services were held Aug. 17, 2016, at Fletcher Bennett-Davis Chapel, A.L. Bennett and Son Fu- neral Home, Fredericksburg. Interment was 11 a.m. Aug. 22, 2016, at Quantico National Cem- etery, Triangle. Louise BnADSHAW. CHILDRESS Louise Bradshaw Childress com- pleted her earthly journey Monday, August 14, at Greenfield of Spotsyl- vania, she was 96. Born May 7, 1920 to William Ver- non and Carrie Smith Bradshaw in Spotsylvania Co., Louise grew up in Gold Dale, Orange Co. and spent her adult life in Spotsylvania County. Survivors include her son, William V. Childress and his wife Carolyn of King George Co.; grandsons, Ryan Childress (Melina) and Benjamin/ Childress (Elizabeth); great grand- children, Aadan McCoy and Rowan B. Childress; brothers, Warren S. and Kenneth B. Bradshaw; and sister, Frances Lamb. Mrs. Childress was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, James W. Childress; daughter, Judith L. Childress; grandchildren, Jenni- fer L. and Wesley B. Childress; four brothers; and three sisters. A service was held Aug. 18 at Cov- enant Funeral Service Fredericks- burg Chapel. Interment followed in Sunset Memorial Gardens. The Orchard's Magnolia Manor offers you or your loved ones more than excellent care and support with everyday activities. Our energetic assisted living lifestyle includes: Allows you to live independently in a safe, home-like setting Daily fitness and wellness programs Transportation to community events Build friendships with your neighbors 24/7 staff and an emergency call system support Health services backed by Riverside Health System The Orchard's Magnolia Manor Assisted Living has been recognized as a 2016 recipient of the Bronze - Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to impromfng the lives of residents through quality care. Magnolia Manor Assisted Living 20 Delfae Dr., Warsaw, VA 22572 orchardliving.com finduson I MAZlE Lee CONNER Mazie Lee Conner, 80, of King George County, passed away Satur- day, Aug. 13, 2016, at her home. Mrs. Conner was a member of Mt. Ararat Church. She was a loving mother and grandmother. Survivors include her son, Frank- lin P. Conner Jr (Kimberly) of King George; daughter Susan R. William- son (Tony) of Henderson, NV; four grandchildren, Ashley, Ryan, Kaiflyn and Kyle; two great grandchildren, Addison and Emily; brother Billy R. Rickman of Vernon Hill; sisters Jew- ell Giles of Halifax and Carol Boone of Forest; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Franklin P. Conner, Sr.; granddaughter Meghan Brown and brothers, Kenneth L. and Bobby Rickman; The family received friends Aug. 18, at Covenant Funeral Service, Stafford. A graveside service was held Aug. 18, in Quantico National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to St Jude Children's Re- search Hospital 501 St Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105. DANIEL JOSEPH MATIrHEWS Daniel Joseph Mat-thews, 64, of Spotsylvania County, passed away Aug. 12, 2016, at Mary Washington Hospital surrounded by his family. He was born March, 25, 1952, in Baltimore, Md. He was raised in the Pigtown community of Baltimore and graduated from Mount St. Jo- seph's High School. Mr. MaRhews was an avid Baltimore Ravens and Orioles fan. Mr. Matthews was retired from CGI in Quantico, where he provid- ed technical support to the FBI. He was a member of Calvary Chapel of Fredericksburg. Survivors include his wife, Lavio- lette "Polly" Matthews; son Vaughn Scott Matthews (Breanna Spradlin) Of Fredericksburg; daughter Chris- ty Litz (Bill) of Westminster, MD; grandchildren Emilee, William and Sarah Litz all of Westminster, MD; sister Kathleen Birmingham (Lar- kin) of Baltimore, MD; and niece Su- zanne Harrison (Gene) of Baltimore. He was preceded in death by his parents Vaughn and Jeanette A. Mat- thews. The family received friends Aug. 18, 2016, at Calvary Chapel Freder- icksburg. A service was held Aug. 19, 2016, at 11 a.m. at Calvary Chapel. Inter- ment was in Confederate Cemetery, Spotsylvania Courthouse. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Faithful Footsteps c/o Calvary Chapel 3625 Latimers Knoll Court, Fredericksburg, VA 22408; Fredericksburg Food Bank, P.O. Box 1006 Fredericksburg, VA 22402; or Thurman Brisban Shelter 471 Cen- tral Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22401. JAMES EOWARD "ScoOTER" BYRD James Edward "Scooter" Byrd, 24, of St. Stephens Church departed this life suddenly on Aug. 16, 2016, at his residence. The viewing was held on Aug. 26 at Washington Funeral Home. The funeral service was held on Aug. 27 in the Essex High School auditorium. The interment was in First Mr. Olive Baptist church cem- etery. SHIRLEY TEMPLE FAUNTmROY Shirley Temple Fauntleroy, 76, of Tappahannock departed this life on Sunday, Aug, 14, 2016, at her resi- dence. She is survived by her husband, Leslie Faunfleroy; one daughter, Ka- thie Eaton of Tappahannock; a fos- ter daughter, NadIne Hammond of Caret; two sons, Terry Fauntleroyof Charlotte Hall, Md., and Spurgeon "Hank" Fauntleroy of Mechanics- ville. A memorial service was held Aug. 19 at New Liberty Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Willie T. Carter, Pastor. Online condolences may be made at washingtonfh.com. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Washing- ton Funeral Home, Tappahannock. SHAELYNN RAE ETaA Shaelynn Rae Etka, 3, of King George County passed away Aug. 13, 2016. She was the precious daughter of Dawn Etka of King George and Chad Etka of Stafford County. She is also survived by her brothers, Richard Rogers Jr and Alexander Etka; her sisters, Summer Rogers, Savanna Rogers and Sophia Etka; her grand- parents; and numerous other family and friends. A celebration of her life was held Aug. 18, at Tabernacle Bap- tist Church, King George, followed by burial in Historyland Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to assist the family with Storke Funeral Home, 11089 James Madison Parkway, King George, VA 22485. Condolences may be left for the family at storkefuneralhome.coml (Nash and Slaw King George Cha- pel) O" B On oerc amO Care For The EmOte AARON "AJn BODEN Aaron Boden, 30, of King George County passed away Satur- day, Aug. 13, 2016, at Mary Wash- ington Hospital. Born in Prince Wil- liam, he was a carpenter with F&M Home Improvements. Survivors include his mother, Kathleen "Kip" Boden; his sister, Tina BarneR; his brother, David Er- ickson; his niece, Alexis Collins; his nephew, Quinton Barnett; his girl- friend, Robbi Boswell and his best friend, Michael Hart. He was pre- ceded in death by a brother, Kurt Barnett. A funeral service was held Sat- urday, Aug. 20, in Zion Church of Fredericksburg. Online condolences may be left for the family at www. storkefuneralhome.com. ERNEST GALLAHAN Ernest Gallahan, 92, left this earth to be with his beloved wife on Fri- day, Aug. 12, 2016, at Hughes Home, Fredericksburg. He was born in 1924 at the fam- ily home in Garrisonville, to Rosser and Maggie Gallahan. He was raised at the home by his Unde Donnie and lived there until he was 90. Ernest served in the Marine Corps and was an avid outdoorsman. He loved to go hunting and was an ex- pert marksman. The family always joked that he could shoot the eye out of a gnat! He also loved to speed through the woods on his ATV. He was an accomplished musician, self taught on the guitar, banjo, harmon- ica and the mouth harp. As a young man, he played with fellow musi- cians at a local radio station. Ernest is survived by his three daughters, Janet Hilton (Wes), Linda Durrance (Terry) both of Garri- sonville, and Kathy Hall of Arvada, Colo.; three grandchildren, Laurie Durrance (Kevin Saunders) of Fred- ericksburg, Donnie Durrance (Shay- na) of Portsmouth, and Amy Martin of Quantico; four stepgrandchildren, Kellie Hall and Chad Hall of Colo- rado, and Natalie Rand (Kenny) and Dwayne Hilton of King George County; two great-grandchildren, Lauryn and Logan Durrance of Portsmouth; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his beloved wife of 54 years, Edith; his parents, Rosser and Maggie; his beloved Un- cle Donnie; sisters Mamie and Lena; and brothers Airy and Chester. A service was held Aug. 19, at Mullins and Thompson, Stafford Chapel with burial in Ebenezer Church cemetery on Onville Road, Garrisonville. Condolences may take the form of a donation to a Lo- cal Alzheimer's chapter.The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staffof Hughes Home and MWH Hospice for their loving care of our Papa. "Daddy, we hope you are now with our beloved Nanny and that you both are young, healthy and happy. Until we meet again, we are loving and missing you. Your Girls and the Family" Condolences may be sent at mul- linsthompsonstafford.com. PAUI--'=Tm SULLIVAN KUKRAK PauleRe Sullivan Kukrak, 62, of King George County passed away Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016, at Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital. Ms. Kukrak retired last year from Quantico after 42 years of service. She loved spending time with her family at the Outer Banks. She leaves to cherish her memory a daughter, Darlene Kukrak (Will); mother Lou- ise Corner (Bill); father Lewis Sulli- van Sr. (Brenda); two siblings, Valer- ie Galyen (Junior) and Lewis "Pete" Sullivan Jr.; two grandchildren, Tren- ton and Cameron Solt; and a host of other rdatives and friends. A celebration of her life will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, at the Howard Farm Clubhouse, 5888 Coakley Drive, King George, VA 22485.