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Frank M. Feibelman (access required)

Richmond lawyer Frank M. Feibelman passed away Aug. 25 at age 65. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary C. Feibelman. He is survived by three children, two grandchildren, a brother and two sisters.

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Obituary: John L. Melnick (access required)

John L. “Jack” Melnick, a lawyer and former member of the Virginia General Assembly best-known for sponsoring legislation that created a state fund to compensate victims of major crime, died Aug. 21 at an Arlington hospital. He was 78. The ...

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Jose Ramon Davila Jr. (access required)

Retired Richmond Judge Jose Ramon Davila Jr. died July 16 at age 78 in Virginia Beach. Judge Davila was born in Richmond and attended Thomas Jefferson High School, graduated from Hampden Sydney College, spent two years in the Marine Corps ...

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J. Bankhead Davies (access required)

J. Bankhead Davies, who practiced law in Arlington County for more than 60 years, died May 12 at his home in Fairfax City. He was 96. Mr. Davies founded the law firm of Douglas & Davies with Lawrence Douglas in ...

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Joe S. Ritenour (access required)

Attorney and entrepreneur Joe S. Ritenour died June 7 after suffering a heart attack at his Leesburg office. He was 62. In addition to his 37-year law practice, he was active in civic service, real estate and development and the ...

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Richard R. Fuller Jr. (access required)

Attorney Richard Rothwell Fuller Jr., 61, of Richmond, died May 31. A New Jersey native who graduated from St. Benedict’s High School in Nutley, Mr. Fuller fulfilled his lifelong dream of becoming an attorney after selling his successful elevator company. ...

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Herbert I.L. Feild (access required)

Retired Juvenile and Domestic Relations Judge Herbert Iverson Lewis Feild died May 25. He was 73. Judge Feild attended public schools in Gloucester County, Randolph-Macon College, and received a J.D. degree from the University of Richmond law school in 1957. ...

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James E. Sheffield (access required)

Former Richmond Circuit Judge James E. Sheffield, the first African-American appointed to a Virginia court since Reconstruction, died March 28. He was 80. Born in Hot Springs, Ark., Judge Sheffield earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois in ...

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Michael A. Groot (access required)

Buena Vista lawyer Michael A. Groot died Dec. 19, 2012. He was 46. A graduate of the College of William & Mary, he attended the Washington & Lee University law school, where his late father, Roger D. Groot, was a ...

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Clifton A. Woodrum III (access required)

Clifton A. “Chip” Woodrum III, a Roanoke lawyer who served in the Virginia House of Delegates for nearly a quarter-century, died Feb. 19 in Naples, Fla. He was 74. Del. Woodrum, a Democrat, served from 1980 to 2003 in the ...

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