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Arthur E. Smith (access required)

Longtime Roanoke attorney Arthur E. “Nurmi” Smith died March 22. He was 93. A native of West Virginia who moved to Roanoke when he was 4, he attended Roanoke College and earned his law degree from the University of Virginia ...

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Thomas R. McNamara (access required)

Retired Judge Thomas R. McNamara, who was a member of the House of Delegates and the state Senate before serving 19 years on the Norfolk Circuit Court, died March 13 at his home near Blue Grass in Highland County. He ...

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Charles A. Moreau (access required)

Danville lawyer Charles A. Moreau died March 14 after a two-year battle with melanoma. He was 42. A native of Louisiana, Mr. Moreau attended McNeese State University and the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. He ...

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John Anthony Garrett (access required)

Henrico General District Judge John Anthony Garrett died of cancer Dec. 22. He was 47. Judge Garrett graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 1978, and he earned his law degree from the T. C. Williams School of Law at ...

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Hunter B. Andrews (access required)

(AP) – Former Sen. Hunter B. Andrews of Hampton, the irascible longtime chairman of the powerful Finance Committee, died at his home Jan. 13. He was 83. Mr. Andrews died around 10 p.m., said Senate Clerk Susan Clarke Schaar. He ...

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Virginius R. Shackelford Jr. (access required)

Virginius R. Shackelford Jr., a longtime lawyer in Orange and a past president of the Virginia Bar Association, died on Nov. 26. He was 88. Known as “V,” Mr. Shackelford was still practicing with his firm in Orange – Shackelford, ...

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Harlin Perrine (access required)

Harlin Perrine, who practiced law in the Salem area for more than 50 years, died Jan. 17. He was 85. A native of West Virginia, Mr. Perrine wanted to be a lawyer as a young boy because he “enjoyed helping ...

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C. Hardaway Marks (access required)

(AP) — Former Del. Charles Hardaway Marks of Prince George died Nov. 13 after a lengthy illness. He was 83. Mr. Marks served in the House of Delegates from 1962 through 1991. He was second in seniority and chairman of ...

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