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Arlington lawyer Martin K. Griffin died of cancer Sept. 15 at his home in Triangle. He was 43. He practiced with his brother, James P. Griffin, in the Arlington firm of Griffin & Griffin. A native of North Carolina, Mr. ...

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E. Ralph James E. Ralph James, a former member of the General Assembly and the oldest alumnus of the College of William & Mary, has died. He was 102. Mr. James, a 1916 William & Mary graduate, also was the ...

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Robert H. Cooley, III Petersburg attorney Robert H. Cooley III, of Midlothian, died July 20. Survivors include his wife, Ruby C. Cooley; two daughters, Alicia Cooley of New York and Dr. Michelle Quille of Baltimore; one son, Robert H. Cooley ...

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Edwin Carl Ferguson Jr. Suffolk City Council member and community leader Edwin Carl “Ned” Ferguson Jr. died Sept. 1. He was 81. Ferguson practiced law for more than 40 years and was a past president of the Suffolk Bar Association. ...

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William O. Roberts Jr. Longtime Lexington city attorney William O. Roberts Jr. died July 31 of an apparent heart attack at his home. He was 75. Roberts began practicing law in Lexington 30 years ago, after graduation from Washington & ...

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Patrick D. Molinari Prince William County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Judge Patrick D. Molinari died Aug. 9 at his home in Dumfries. He was 61. Molinari went on the bench in 1981, and he served as chief judge of the ...

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Retired judge and former state legislator Russell M. Carneal died July 27. He was 80 and lived in Williamsburg. Carneal was elected to the House of Delegates in 1953. The Democrat represented Williamsburg and York and James City counties until ...

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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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