Stafford County lawyer Thomas M. “Mack” Moncure died on Saturday.
A native of Stafford, Mr. Moncure attended the College of William & Mary for both undergraduate and law school, according to his obituatry in The Free Lance-Star. During WWII, he served briefly in the Army Air Corps and later served as a U.S. Marine officer in the Fleet Marine Force Pacific. He was honorably discharged following the Korean War.
After his military service, Mr. Moncure practiced law for 58 years, serving as the commissioner of accounts for Stafford for 37 years.
He is survived by four children and nine grandchildren.