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Lewis S. Pendleton Jr. Lewis Smith Pendleton Jr., a longtime Richmond attorney, died April 20 at a Greensboro, N.C., hospice. He was 77. A native of Washington, D.C., Mr. Pendleton graduated from the University of Maryland and the T.C. Williams ...

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Robert V. Beale Robert Beale, a former Newport News city attorney and partner in the firm of Beale & Lawrence, died April 6 at Riverside Regional Medical Center due to liver cancer. He was 63. Beale began his career in ...

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Will H. Carroll Will H. Carroll, a former deputy chief of the international law division of the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Office, died April 11 in Fairfax. He was 78. Mr. Carroll worked for the Office of Judge Advocate ...

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Robert J. Arthur Longtime Arlington lawyer Robert J. Arthur died April 1. He was 67. At the time of his death, Mr. Arthur was serving of counsel to the firm he founded, Arthur, Pearson & Ramsey, Ltd. His legal career ...

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Willis A. Woods Sr. Willis A. Woods Sr., a retired Wythe County Circuit judge who served for 12 years, died March 8. He was 75. A native of Clifton Forge, Judge Woods saw his college education interrupted twice when he ...

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Charles S. McNulty III Charles S. McNulty III, retired judge of the 26th District Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and a statewide leader in family law and juvenile justice issues, died March 4 at his home in Rockingham County. He ...

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Shockley D. Gardner Jr. Shockley D. Gardner Jr., the first executive director of the Virginia Resources Authority, died on Feb. 11. He was 60 years old. Mr. Gardner, known as “Happy” to friends and “Hap” to legislators, had worked as ...

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John A. Jamison Retired Fredericksburg Circuit Judge John A. Jamison died Feb. 9 at his home in Fredericksburg. He was 82. Judge Jamison served on the bench from 1972 until his retirement in 1987. He was chief judge of the ...

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Mills E. Godwin Jr. Former Gov. Mills E. Godwin Jr., the only Virginia governor to serve first as a Democrat, then as a Republican, died Jan. 30 at the age of 84. A full obituary, with highlights of Gov. Godwin’s ...

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James E. Quisenberry, a retired lawyer for the Veterans Administration in Roanoke, died Dec. 31. He was 85. Mr. Quisenberry, a veteran of the U.S. Navy, was a graduate of the Washington & Lee University law school. He worked in ...

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