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S. Gray Robinson (access required)

Bristol lawyer Stephen Gray Robinson died Feb. 8. at his home. He was 45. A native of Pound, Mr. Robinson graduated from the University of Tennessee and earned his law degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the ...

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Thomas H. Wilson II (access required)

Retired Hampton General District Judge Thomas H. “Lolly” Wilson II died Jan. 17. He was 76. A native of Hampton, Judge Wilson attended Virginia Military Institute until he called into service by the U.S. Army during World War II. He ...

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Panos A. Yeapanis (access required)

Panos A. “Pete” Yeapanis, who served as Newport News city attorney from 1971 to 1974, died Jan. 27 after a long illness. He was 68. After his stint as city attorney, Mr. Yeapanis went into private practice. A 1957 graduate ...

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Arlin F. Ruby (access required)

Retired Richmond Juvenile & Domestic Relations Judge Arlin F. Ruby died Jan. 21. He was 73. Judge Ruby, a native of Chicago, graduated from the DePaul University law school in 1950. He was a lieutenant in the Army JAG Corps, ...

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Ronald M. Plotkin (access required)

Retired Richmond lawyer Ronald M. Plotkin died Jan. 3 after a recurrence of cancer. He was 57. A graduate of Lehigh University and the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond, he was admitted to the bar ...

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Harris Hart II (access required)

Harris Hart II, who practiced law in Tazewell for 46 years, died Nov. 28. He was 73. Mr. Hart was a native of Richmond who graduated from Princeton University in 1951 and from the University of Virginia law school in ...

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Dorothy Louise Dillon Weibel (access required)

Dorothy Louise Dillon Weibel, the first female lawyer in Franklin County, died Dec. 19 after a three-year battle with breast cancer. She was 61. A native of Southwest Virginia, she attended Hollins College in her mid-30s after marrying and raising ...

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W.W. Whitlock (access required)

Willie Walker “Bill” Whitlock, one of Louisa County’s leading lawyers, died Dec. 2. He was 76. He was the first county attorney for Louisa and served as town attorney for Mineral for more than 40 years. A native of Louisa ...

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John M. Hamlet Jr. (access required)

John M. Hamlet Jr., a retired juvenile & domestic relations judge in Charlottesville, died Dec. 9. He was 92. Judge Hamlet was a victim of polio when he was 18 months old. He did not begin public school until the ...

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M. Edward Evans (access required)

M. Edward Evans, a long-time commissioner on the predecessor body of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Com-mission, died at his Lynchburg residence on Oct. 19. He was 86. A graduate of Wake Forest College and the T.C. Williams School of Law ...

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