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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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Arthur Williams Sinclair (access required)

Arthur Williams Sinclair, a retired circuit judge and a founder of the Prince William County Bar Association, died at home in Manassas on Feb. 25. He was 96. A lifelong resident of Prince William County, Judge Sinclair graduated from Augusta ...

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Garth E. Griffith (access required)

Garth E. Griffith, a Richmond resident and retired general counsel of CSX Corporation, died Feb. 28. He was 82. A native of East Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. Griffith held an undergraduate degree from Ohio Wesleyan University, a law degree from the ...

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William Newton Phillips (access required)

William Newton “Newt” Phillips, a retired Richmond lawyer, died March 1. He was 83. A native of New Church, Mr. Phillips graduated from the University of Virginia and the University of Richmond law school. He served on active and reserve ...

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Robert D. Jacobs (access required)

Robert D. Jacobs, a sole practitioner in Richmond, died Feb. 14 from cancer at the home of his sister in Cleveland, Ohio. He was 51. Mr. Jacobs graduated from West Virginia University, where he was a four-year letterman in tennis, ...

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Kathy Gear Owens (access required)

Kathy Gear Owens, a sole practitioner and a former substitute judge in Hampton, died Feb. 18 from cancer. She was 52. The daughter of a former Hampton mayor, Ms. Owens was a graduate of the University of Richmond and the ...

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