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Peyton Graham Bowman III, 68, a retired partner in the Washington, D.C. law firm of Reid & Priest, died of cancer July 3 at Rappahannock General Hospital in Kilmarnock. Bowman specialized in gas and electrical utilities and regularly appeared before ...

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Frank Parker, a civil rights lawyer who worked on voting rights issues in Mississippi for 14 years, died July 10 of complications from an aortic aneurysm in Lexington. He was 57. He had been director of the Voting Rights Project ...

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Former Lt. Gov. Henry E. Howell Jr., a Norfolk lawyer who vowed to “keep the big boys honest” in three unsuccessful campaigns for governor, died July 7. He was 76 and had battled cancer for several years. Howell attended the ...

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Joan Waggoner Gibson died June 13 at her home in Afton after a long fight with ovarian cancer. She was 59 years old. Gibson had practiced in Virginia Beach, was past president of the Virginia Women’s Attorneys Association, and ran ...

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James M. Morris of Arlington, a retired lawyer and businessman, died May 15 of heart failure at the age of 91. Morris was a native of Summitville, Ind., where he attended high school. He later worked as an efficiency engineer ...

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William H. Martin Jr. (access required)

William H. Martin Jr., a retired lawyer from Richmond, died May 2 after a brief illness. He was 78. He was a partner in several Richmond-area firms during his career, including Martin & Ryder, Martin & Ellison, and Gambill & ...

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Retired Air Force Col. William Cloyd Plott, a Lexington lawyer and former town attorney for Glasgow, died March 30. He was 79. Plott studied pre-law at the University of Oklahoma before his appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West ...

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Obituaries – 4/21/1997 (access required)

Former Salem Juvenile & Domestic Relations Judge Fred Hoback Jr. died March 21 after a long illness. He was 58. Hoback became the first J&DR judge in the Roanoke Valley in 1978; he remained on the bench until 1993, when ...

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