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Irvin Douglas Sugg Sr. (access required)

Irvin Douglas Sugg Jr, the first African-American judge to preside in Halifax County, died July 9 at his home in Hampton. He was 93. A native of South Boston, Judge Sugg served in the Army at Fort Belvoir and at ...

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UVa med school starts website on Alzheimer’s (access required)

CHARLOTTESVILLE—The University of Virginia’s medical school has started an educational website for doctors and health-care providers that focuses on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Memory Commons aims to provide information on the clinical and research developments in the diagnosis and management ...

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Dominick J. Esposito (access required)

Dominick J. Espositio, a retired Richmond attorney, died July 3. He was 84. Mr. Esposito served in the Army during World War II and received a Purple Heart for a wound suffered on Okinawa. He served later in the occupation ...

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David W. Parrish Jr. (access required)

David Walker Parrish Jr., a former president of The Michie Co., died of heart problems July 2 at a Charlottesville retirement community. He was 87. A native of Bristol, Tenn., Mr. Parrish served in the U.S. Merchant Marine during World ...

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