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Marvin C. Bowling Jr. (access required)

Marvin C. Bowling Jr., the retired general counsel, president and chief operating officer of Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation, died April 28. He was 83. A native of Henderson, N.C., Mr. Bowling was a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and the Washington ...

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Robert E. Lee (access required)

Robert E. Lee, a retired Richmond tax attorney, died April 30. He was 68. A native of Philadelphia, Mr. Lee graduated from St. John’s University and Harvard Law School. He began his legal career as an attorney with the Internal ...

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A. Lee McGratty (access required)

WAYNESBORO —A. Lee McGratty, a retired judge for Virginia’s 25th Judicial District, died April 27. He was 70. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Judge McGratty graduated from Holy Cross College and the University of Virginia law school and served as ...

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Russell V. Palmore Jr. (access required)

Russell V. Palmore Jr., a Richmond lawyer and chancellor of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, died April 7 following surgery for cataracts. He was 64. Mr. Palmore was an associate and partner at Troutman Sanders LLP and its predecessor, Mays ...

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Joseph M. Winston Jr. (access required)

Joseph Mosby Winston Jr., a founder of the Clement & Wheatley law firm in Danville, died April 7 at his home in Williamsburg. He was 95. A native of Richmond, he graduated from Randolph-Macon College and the University of Virginia ...

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C. Willard Norwood (access required)

C. Willard Norwood, a retired Mechanicsville attorney and a naval aviator in World War II, died March 15. After his military service, Mr. Norwood graduated from the University of Richmond and its law school and began practicing law in 1952. ...

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William J. Stuntz (access required)

William J. Stuntz, a criminal justice professor at Harvard Law School who graduated from the University of Virginia law school and taught there for 14 years, died March 14 after a long battle with cancer. He was 52. Professor Stuntz ...

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Robert J. Corber (access required)

Robert J. Corber, a retired senior partner at the Washington law firm of Steptoe and Johnson and the head of the Interstate Commerce Commission from 1974 to 1976, died Jan. 25 at a hospice in Williamsburg from interstitial lung disease. ...

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