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Bobbie Jane Denny (access required)

Bobbie Jane Denny, a retired former director of the Fairfax County Law Library, died July 28 at her home on the Mississippi River. She was 63. A native of Illinois, Ms. Denny graduated from the University of Illinois and the ...

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James A. Gammon (access required)

James A. Gammon, a founding partner in the McLean law firm of Gammon & Grange PC, died Aug. 3. He was 74. A native of Kerokuk, Iowa, Mr. Gammon graduated from the University of Notre Dame and the Georgetown University ...

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T.C. Lea Jr. (access required)

Thurmond Carlyle Lea Jr., a retired attorney from Orange, died Aug. 5 after a long illness. He was 74. Mr. Lea was born in Washington, Va., and graduated from Augusta Military Academy, Virginia Tech and the University of Richmond law ...

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Thomas C. Dawson Jr. (access required)

Thomas Charles Dawson Jr., a partner in the Virginia Beach firm of McHenry, Dancigers, Dawson & Lake PC, died July 20 in Virginia Beach. He was 50. A native of Baltimore, Mr. Dawson was a graduate of James Madison University ...

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Ken V. Geroe (access required)

Ken Vincent Geroe, a former Portsmouth prosecutor and a partner in the Virginia Beach firm of Brydges, Geroe, Rosenblatt & O’Brien PLLC, died July 21 from complications of liver-transplant surgery at the VCU Medical Center in Richmond. He was 56. ...

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Haynie S. Trotter (access required)

Haynie S. Trotter, a retired partner in the McLean office of McGuireWoods LLP, died June 13 at Inova Fairfax Hospital from complications of an internal hemorrhage. He was 80. A native of Clarksville, Mr. Trotter graduated from the College of ...

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Michael C. Buseck (access required)

Michael C. Buseck, a partner in the Richmond office of Williams Mullen, died May 7 at this home from cancer. He was 54. A native of Erie, Pa., Mr. Buseck graduated from the University of Notre Dame and Columbia University ...

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