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Frank Nelson Light, a retired general district judge, died Nov. 27 at Westminster Canterbury in Virginia Beach. He was 83. A native of Rustburg, Judge Light graduated from high school in Chatham, where his father had a law practice. He ...

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Philip J. Bagley III Philip Joseph Bagley III, a retired partner in the Richmond office of Troutman Sanders LLC, died of liver disease at his home on Nov. 9. He was 65. A Richmond native and the son of a ...

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Griffin T. Garnett, Jr. Griffin T. “Griff” Garnett, Jr., a retired Arlington attorney and a writer, died of heart failure June 15; he was 92. A native of Richmond, he graduated from the University of Richmond in 1936. He received ...

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Herman T. Benn Herman T. Benn, a Suffolk attorney and civil rights advocate, died on June 29. He was 95. Mr. Benn, the first black member of the Virginia Bar Association, won his most notable case in 1962. In Johnson ...

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David Brown David Brown, a retired Washington County General District Court Judge, died May 30 at his home in Abingdon. He was 77. Judge Brown was a native of the Southwest Virginia town of Meadowview. After graduating from Emory & ...

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Adelard L. Brault FRONT ROYAL (AP) Adelard L. “Abe” Brault, a Northern Virginia Democrat who served 18 years in the Virginia Senate, including four years as majority leader, died Feb. 13. He was 97. Mr. Brault died at his home ...

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Perry W. Sarver Retired Shenandoah Circuit Judge Perry W. Sarver died Dec. 27 after suffering a stroke. He was 75. Judge Sarver earned his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech, and went on to serve with the United States Marine Corps ...

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James M. Rinaca, a co-leader of the regulated industries and government relations team in the Richmond office of Hunton & Williams, died Dec. 6 of complications from liver cancer. He was 55. “He was thorough and organized and very pragmatic. ...

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Frank W. Dunham Jr., the first federal public defender for the Eastern District of Virginia, died Nov. 3 after a long battle with brain cancer. He was 64. Mr. Dunham was best known for his—and his office’s—vigorous defense of terrorist ...

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