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Edward S. Hirschler, co-founder of the Richmond firm of Hirschler, Fleischer, Weinberg, Cox & Allen, died July 18 after a brief illness. He was 83. The Norfolk native was a 1935 graduate of the University of Virginia, where he received ...

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Retired Gloucester Circuit Judge John Montague Folkes died June 16. Folkes, who retired from the bench last February due to failing health, was 63. A native of Richmond, Folkes attended the University of Maryland and the T.C. Williams School of ...

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Retired Richmond lawyer and former City Council member George William Sadler died June 23 after a long illness. He was 76. Sadler was elected to the Richmond City Council in 1958. He also served on the Richmond Planning Commission and ...

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William L. Carleton, a retired Newport News attorney, died May 22. He was 94. Carleton was a member of the House of Delegates and the city’s commonwealth’s attorney for more than 15 years. A native of Middlesex County, he attended ...

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Roger T. Williams died May 9 in Virginia Beach. He was 75. Williams was born and raised in Washington, Conn. During World War II, he served as a combat veteran with the 2nd Rangers in Europe. He received an undergraduate ...

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Thomas S. Kenny Fairfax Circuit Judge Thomas S. Kenny died of cancer April 11 in Fairfax. He was 57. Kenny was elected to the 19th Circuit in 1989 by the General Assembly after practicing for 18 years in Northern Virginia. ...

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Thomas L. Hopkins, director of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, died April 6 at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals. He had been in critical condition for several weeks from an undisclosed illness. Hopkins was 49. Gov. George Allen ...

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Franklin Randolph Stewart died Jan. 28 at his home in Marion. He was 77. Stewart came to Virginia in 1989, after his retirement from a career with the federal government. In Marion, he practiced law in a partnership with Grover ...

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Robert Edward Taylor, past president of the Virginia State Bar, died March 6 of heart failure at his home in Charlottesville. He was 91. Taylor, who was born in Ashland, was a 1927 graduate of the University of Virginia. He ...

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Philip Magruder Grabill of Shenandoah County died Feb. 17 at Winchester Medical Center. He was 83. The son of the late David Walton Grabill and Annie Magruder Grabill, he was born May 21, 1914. He was the grandson of Philip ...

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