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www.Journalpress.com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016 5 RAPPAHANNOCK AREA COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD CHARLES "BRICK~ THOMAS Charles "Brick" Thomas, 85, of Co- lonial Beach passed away peacefully on Sept. 3, 2016. Brick was a larger than life figure in the Colonial Beach and surrounding areas for many years. A renowned coach and educa- tor in Colonial Beach and adjacent counties, Coach Thomas touched and influenced many young people's lives. A talented ball player in his own right, Brick was nicknamed Sea-Biscuit by legendary Randolph Macon Coach Hugh Stephens because of his fierce competitiveness and determined will to win. A former Captain of U.S. Marines, an avid hunter and fisher- man, active with the Colonial Beach Rescue Squad, and supporter of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Brick still found time to serve on the West- moreland County Planning Com- mission for 16 years. He loved the Boston Red Sex and Dallas Cowboys and faithfully watched their games. Brick was disarmingly charming with the ladies and they loved him no matter their age. He was a fighter until the end and never gave up on any goal which he endeavored to achieve. Brick was extremely proud of his 2 sons and 7 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his for- mer wife, Barbara Thomas and older brother, Ray Tyler Thomas. He is sur- vived by his two sons, Ted Thomas (Rebecca), and Eddie Thomas; sis- ter Margaret Griffith; grandchildren Taylor (Lance), Danid, Emily, Jason, Ethan, Ben and Amy; and a host of good friends. A visitation was held at Storke Funeral Home, Hash and Slaw Chapel in Colonial Beach. A service officiated by Pastor Richard Headley take place at Oak Grove Baptist Church, Colonial Beach, at 11 a.m. on Sept. 7, followed by interment with Military Honors at Quantico Nation- al Cemetery at 2 p.m. Brick loved the Chesapeake Bay and books. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation or Colonial Beach library would be greatly appreciated. Online condolences may be left for the family at storkefuneralhome.com. Daryl Adam Roy, 53, of King George, passed away Friday, Septem- ber 2, 2016 at Mary Washington Hos- pital. Mr. Roy was a strong supporter of his church, Fletcher's Chapel Unit- ed Methodist Church. He was a "Mr. Fix-it" who also loved to fish and ride horses. Survivors indude his wife, Kay R. Hawkins-Roy of King George; his sons, D.J. Hawkins of King George and Joseph A. Roy of Pensacola, FL; his daughters, Elizabeth D. McCoy, Mary L. Roy, and Evelyn M. Roy, all of Fredericksburg; one grandchild; his Chipps Hiner, Esther Chipps Mullins family. Bea's dedication and loyalty to career as a King George School Bus of Tappahannock and Melvin Roane brothers, Kim Roy (Lori) and Wes- (Jimmy), Marty B Chipps (Angle). her family, community and country Driver. She loved driving her bus and of Lawrenceville. A funeral service ley Roy (Kelly), both of Michigan; his She is also survived by one brother, were inspiring to all. She will be re- allthechildren. Karen was known for washeld on Saturday, Sept. 3atFirst sisters, Robyne Malone (Dave) and John Bach, 97 of Los Cruces, NM. membered for her impeccable man- her generous heart and love of ani- Union Baptist Church, 497 Rexburg Lori Raymond (Pat), both of Michi- Alma has 13 grandchildren, many ners, business savvy, love of travel, mals. She enjoyed traveling, cooking, Loop, Tappahannock, with interment gan; and numerous nieces and neph- great grandchildren, and 3 great-great thrill for books and learning, as well fishing, crabbing, Savannah, Ga., the in the church cemetery. Rev. Milton ews. Mr. Roy was preceded in death grandchildren who loved her dearly, as her dedication to members of the ocean and any day at the pool. She Robinson, Pastor. To make online by his parents, Archid and Betty Lou Alma was preceded in death by her armed services and the elderly. The is survived by her brother, Lyttleton condolences, please visit washing- Roy. The family will receive friends brothers, Albert Bach and Roy Bach, funeral service and interment were Perry Weedon (Estelle); Double First tonffi.com from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Septem- also her sisters, Lillian Bach Ross and held Saturday, September 3, 2016 at Cousins, Gloria Weedon Sharp (Da- ber 7 at Covenant Funeral Service, Elsie Bach Bowers. A funeral service St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Nomini vid), Billie T. Weedon (Janet), Lewis MORReLL C. C~.INeS SR. Fredericksburg. A service willbe held was held at McCulla Funeral Home, Grove, with the Reverend Christo- Perry Weedon (Carla), Mary Ann M0rrell C. Gaines Sr., 96, of Fred- at 10 a.m. Thursday, September 8 at Morgantown, WV on Saturday, Au- pher M. Agnew officiating. Memo- Weedon, and Larry S. Weedon (Pati); ericksburg passed away on Aug. 31, the funeral home. Interment will be gust 27, with Pastor David Blevins rial contributions may be made to St. and numerous nieces and nephews. 2016. He is survived by son Morrell in Sunset Memorial Gardens. In lieu officiating. Burial followed at Bethel Paul's Episcopal Church, Daniel V. Donations may be made to: Hanover Gaines Jr. of San Diego, Calif.; daugh- of flowers, memorial donations may Cemetery. A celebration of her life Hurt, Jr., 1819 Neenah Rd., Montross, Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, King ter Charlene Gaines Graham of A/- be made to Fletcher's Chapel United will be held on Saturday Sept. 10 at VA 22520. George, Va. Condolences may be left exandria; three grandchildren; sisters Methodist Church, 8330 Fletcher's 2 pm at Remington Baptist Church for the family at storkefuneralhome. Cleo Fortune of Milford, Clara Byrd Chapel Rd, King George,VA 22485. 203 East Marshall Street, Remington, KAREN MARIe WEEDON com. A Celebration of Life, in her of King George and Lorraine Ware VA22734. In lieu gfflowers the family Karen Marie Weedon of King honor will be hdd at a later date at the of Hustle; brothers Herman Gaines JUNe SII~PPE ask that memorial contributions be George, born Feb. 8, 1957, passed residence of Larry and Pati Weedon. Sr. of Philadelphia, PA, Trent Gaines June Steppe, 89, of Dahlgren passed made to her church The Remington away peacefully and went to be with of Ardmore, PA and Hugh Gaines of away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016 in Mary Baptist Church, PO Box 337, Rem- the Lord on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016 CLARA BeRNICe ROANE Alexandria. A funeral was hdd Sat- Washington Hospital. Funeral ar- ington, VA 22734. Please make nota- at her home. She was preceded in Clara Bernice Roane, 69, of St. urday, Sept. 3 at Mount Olive Baptist rangements are incomplete at Storke tion in memory of Alma Chipps. On- death by her daughter, Melissa Marie Stephens Church departed this life Church in Hustle, officiated by Rev. Funeral Home, Nash and Slaw Cha- line condolences may be sent to the Payne and parents, the late Lyttleton on Aug. 27, 2016. She is survived K. Lionel Richards, with the eulogy pel, King George. family at www.McCulla.com. Perry and Lois Marie (Rose) Weedon. by her husband, Heal McDowney; given by Rev. Preston Jordan. Karen attended King George High three daughters, Doris Weeden of Burial followed in the church cam- School. She was employed by Food St. Stephens Church, Jean Roane and etery. Lion and Fas Mart for the majority Connie Roane, both of Tappahan- Online guest book is available at of her career as a manager ending her neck; and two sons, George Roane brooksfuneralhome.'com. ALMA EATON BACH CHIPPS " BEATRICe M. Hun Alma Eaton Bach Chipps, 82, Beatrice M. Hutt, 93, of Montross, went home to her heavenly Father Virginia, passed away peacefully on on Wednesday August 24, 2016 at Thursday, August 25, 2016~ Bea is Culpeper Health and Rehab. Alma preceded in death byher beloved hus- was born on March 15, 1934 in Phil- band, I. Clifford Hutt; children Jef- adelphia, Pennsylvania to the late frey B. Hutt and Mary Jane Hutt; and Frederick Albert Bach and Helen daughter-in-law, Edith V. Hutt. She is Marie Bach. Alma is survived by the survived by sons John C. Hutt, Jr. and love of her life, her loving and car- Gary M Hutt and wife, Janice P. Hutt; ing husband James B Chipps, their 9 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchil- children Julia Marie Chipps Smith dren; 1 great-great grandchild; many (Paul), Steven James Chipps, LuAnn nieces and nephews, and extended MARIE O. KUNLO BUILDING Home of RACSB's King George County Mental Health, Intellectual Disability & Substance Abuse Clinic Long-Term Mental Health & Intellectual Disability Services: Case Management, Residential Programs, Day Support Services Hello, my name is Chance: I'm a friendly but very scared boy. I ]My humans failed me and I was left at the shelter for no wrong] !doing on my part! I'm absolutely terrified here and shake in my kennel all day! I~ takes me a little while to trust new humans because I was not treated well in the past, so please be patient with me. I promise, I'm a good boy once I'm outside of this scary kennel. Tennis balls are my big weakness and I love all the volunteers, everyone is so nice and patient. Now I wou d rea y ke to f nd my perfect fami y that will love me and [never ever hurt me. I'm available for rescue Or adoption now! Hey, my name is Lenny. I'm a handsome boy that loves belly rubs and giving a lot of kisses. I'm very calm and like to just hang out with the nice volunteers and shelter staff. My friend Gina and I were saved by some very nice humans after they found us tied up to an empty property in this awful heat. These humans are our heroes, they saved our lives! Anyways, now rm stuck at the shelter and I really miss being around humans all the timel I'm dreaming of a very nice family that's willing to give me a chance to show them how awesome i am. : I'm available for rescue or adoption now! 11377 Citizens'Way, King George, VA 22485e Open 10:00. 4:30 M-F; 10:00-1100 Sa%,-trd-aY; closed Holiday~Sunda.l~I More photos/videos at: www.petfinder.com/sheltersNA53.html www.facebook.com/kgad Pest Termite IIII ...... liiunmimmB AT THE KING GEORGE ANIMAL SHELTER 540-775-2120 This advertisement sponsored by PermaTreat Pest Control Call 775-2667 or 659-1111 for a Free Inspection! 8 am - 1 pm M-I 1 i- After School Program CBPS: Colonial Beach Public Schools and the Office on Youth seek PT program staff for CBES/ CBHS after school program. Minimum of 2 yrs college credits and experience working with youth. Teachers encouraged to apply. Visit www.officeonyouth. org/careers for full job description. Submit resume/cover letter to bunny@officeonyouth. org or fax to (540) 755- 2637.9/7p Drivers: LOCAL, Home Nightly! Fredericksburg Delivery Driver. Great Pay & Benefits! lyr CDL-A with DryVan exp. Estenson Logistics. Apply: www.goelc.com 1-855-971-6893. 8/31 p Fox Towne Adult Day Care Center is now hiring for part time RN, LPN, CNA and Medical Technician. Also Volunteers are needed. Located conveniently on Rt. 3 in King George, near the courthouse. To apply please call (540) 775-5502. uf Private Professional Offices From $350 Per Month. Larger Suites Available. Wendover One Office Building. Wired For Computer Networking. Front & Rear Entrances. Includes ALL Utilities, Ample Parking, Handicapped- Accessible Restrooms, 1 Block Off rt. 3 Adjacent To Post Office. No Build Out Cost! Ready To Move in! Call (540) 775-6788 Sheila@ charlestoncobuilders. com. ufn-b Wendys Feline Friends. Cats and kittens for adoption. Many different colors and ages. All fixed with rabies shot. See pics at westmoreland. petfinder.org. For more information call Wendy 804-224-1079 Get results! Advertise your yard sale in the contact Bonnie@journalpress.com, or call her at 540-775-2024 Animals Available For Adoption. The Animal Welfare League has dogs and cats available for adoption. For more information please call 804-435-0822, 804-435- 6320. Hours Monday, Wed., & Friday. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Lots of animals are at the shelter - call 804-462-7175. mua~dhp~amMla~hmm ~ h~d NI Ilbm.ph#/ll klndml m | m~du~h~ FULLNAME(S) OFOWNER(S): Kinq Georqe Tobacco, Inc. en g eral~lnerah~p cntero~rtners'namesornameof~artnership [fLP LL~LLCorcoroc~ ration enter name as recorded w~th the State Corporation Commission if association or ~ax exempt ~rwate c~ub. enter name Only if a sole D~oprnetor, enter first m~ddle and ~ast name Tradingas: Mint Indian Bistro Itrad~namel 45119 James Madison Parkway exact location whore business w~ll trede King George King George Virginia 22485 The above estaUkhment ~ applying te the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC( for a Wine and Beer on premises & Mixed Beverages on premises type(s) of license(sl to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages Harnek Minhas Director (name and title of owner/partner/officer authenzing advertisemem) N0"/E: Ob~c~ons to 61~ issuance of Ihi~ ~cense must be subrmt~d ~0 ABC no later than 30 days horn the publ~hing date of the firs~ of tram required newspaper ~B2al no~c~s~ Ob~ecbons should be registe,ed at www.abe.v~gm.gov ~ 800~;o2-~ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Cafe - Deli - Bakery - Restaurant - Retail - etc. 3,000 square feet Modern Storefront on busy Rte. 3 in central King George. Great Street Exposure. New ADA Baths, all new Plumbing & Electrical, and some build-out for Coffee Shop, Dell or Restaurant. Landlord will provide incentives to qualified Tenant. Call Nadir @ 703-509-8339 ,r TRUSTEE'S SALE OF 9481 Inaugural Drive King George, VA 22405 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $54,339,00, dated January 31, 1990, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for King George County on January 31, 1990, in Deed Book 210, at Page 334, the undersigned appointed Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction, at the main entrance of the courthouse for the Circuit Court of King George County, 9483 Kings Highway, King George, VA on September 12, 2016 at 12:00 PM, the property described in said deed of trust, located at the above address and briefly described as: LOT 29, SECTION 1, PRESIDENTIAL VILLAGE TOWNHOMES, as shown on plat of subdivision dated May 30, 1985, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of King George County, Virginia, in Plat Book 12 at Page 61. Said property is conveyed subject to the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 177 at page 634. Tax ID: 23C-1-29. TERMS OF SALE:ALLCASH. A bidder's deposit of $5,400.00 or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, will be required in cash, certified or ca- shier's check. No more than $9,000 cash will be accepted as a deposit. Settlement within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Trustee may forfeit depos!t. Additional terms to be announced at sale. This is a communication from a debt col- lector, This notice is an attempt to collect on a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Loan Type: FHA (Trustee # 571670) Substitute Trustee: ALG Trustee, LLC, C/O Atlantic Law Group, LLC PO Box 2548, Leesburg, VA 20177, (703) 777-7101, website: http://www. attanticlawgrp.com 08/17, 08/24, 08/31, 09/07i2016 We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Virginia's Policy for achievingequal housing opportunitythmughout the Commonwealth. We encourage a nd sup- port advertising and marketing programs in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, ' elderliness, familial status, or handicap All real estate advertised herein is subject t0 Virginia's fair housing law which makes it illegal to ad- vertise "any. prefer- ence, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimi- nation." This newspaper will not knowingly ac- cept advertising for real estate that vio- lates the fair housing law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellingsadvertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. For more information or to filea housingcomplaint callthe Virginia Fair Housing0ffice at(804) 367-8530. Toll free call (888) 551-3247. For the hear- ing call (804) 9753. ',~, ....... FORGIVENESS IS A PROMISE NOT A FEEL- ING. WHEN YOU FOR- GIVE OTHER PEOPLE, YOU ARE MAKING A PROMISE NOT TO USE THEIR PAST SIN AGMNST THEM. -JAY ADAMS 542796381 716348259 938251 674 153629847 274183965 869574132 697432518 325817496 481 965723 S I E N A E R A S E R S' D O E R C K MiE AIY N m S E L L E R l C D A E D I T S A m