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LEWIS, Wilbert T. Jr., 80, of Charlottesville, Va., died on Wednesday, April 6, 2016, at the Martha Jefferson Hospital. J. F. Bell Funeral Home, Charlottesville, Va., is in charge of arrangements. www.jfbellfuneralservices.com Enter a last name ... (Richmond.com)
He was born in Roanoke to the late James and Virginia Lewis. He spent most of his life as a musician in Roanoke and surrounding areas.Jimmy retired from Verizon Communications formerly Bell Atlantic ... care of Serenity Funeral Home. (The Roanoke Times)
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — A judge is weighing arguments that a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the slaying of his former girlfriend did not receive a fair trial. George V. Huguely V of Chevy Chase, Maryland, is serving a 23 ... (Daily Mail)
Charlottesville City Schools; Suzanne Brooks, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Central Virginia; Martin V. Burks III, J F Bell Funeral Home; Peggy Echols, State Farm Insurance Companies; Adrian Felts, First Vice Chairman, Chamber Board of Directors ... (cvilletomorrow.org)
Her memorial was held at Serenity Funeral Home in Roanoke a little more than one week after ... “(Remember) her smile, her happiness, just her name, Aryah. Her name just rung a bell and I want to keep her name going,” she said. Dozens of people came ... (WSLS)
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