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Douglas M. Smith (access required)

Douglas M. Smith, who served 28 years on the Newport News Circuit Court after being appointed at age 31, died Dec. 29 after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease for 12 years. He was 81. A graduate of Newport News High School, ...

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Clarence E. Knight III (access required)

Clarence Edward Knight III, a retired Hampton general district judge and a former member of Hampton City Council, died unexpectedly on Jan. 3. He was 67. Judge Knight had gone to the hospital two days earlier with symptoms of the ...

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B. Mark Fried (access required)

B. Mark Fried, an Albemarle County developer and lawyer, died Dec. 11 from complications of back surgery. He was 78. A graduate of Syracuse University and the University of Chicago law school, Mr. Fried was admitted to the Virginia bar ...

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James B. Fray (access required)

James Burks Fray, a retired Campbell attorney, farmer and World War II veteran, died Dec. 7 at a Lynchburg hospital. He was 95. A Campbell County native, Mr. Fray graduated from Virginia Tech and worked for the Lynchburg Chamber of ...

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Carl W. Ulrich (access required)

Carl William Ulrich, an energy and utilities attorney who left the practice of law to become a Methodist minister, died Dec. 4 at a Richmond hospital. He was 66. A native of Mount Vernon, N.Y., Mr. Ulrich attended schools in ...

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Philip C. Baxa (access required)

Philip Clark Baxa, a partner in the Richmond-based law firm of Sands Anderson, died from a heart attack on Nov. 23. He was 55. Mr. Baxa graduated from the University of Virginia and earned his law degree at the University ...

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James A. Eichner (access required)

James A. Eichner, a retired Richmond lawyer and a former senior assistant Richmond city attorney, died Nov. 20. He was 82. A native of Geneseo, N.Y., Mr. Eichner was a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Richmond law ...

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