Funerals & Obituaries

Posted 1 year ago

James “Pete” Thomas Woodson 69, of Bremo Bluff Virginia went home to be with the Lord June 12, 2019. There will be a time of remembrance from 6Pm-7Pm Tuesday June 18, 2019 at Sheridan Funeral Home Kents Store Va 23084

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Posted 1 year ago

Frank "Archie" Archer Woodson, 72, of Kents Store, Va., died on February 11, 2019. He was preceded in death by his parents, Virginia and Jake Woodson. Archie worked at Sheridan Funeral Home in Kents Store since it was founded by Andrew Sheridan Sr. The Sheridan family would like to thank him and his family for a lifetime of friendship and support. Archie will lie in repose at Sheridan Funeral Home on Friday, February 15, 2019, from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. A visitation will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2019, at West Bottom Baptist Church from 12 until 1 p.m. with a funeral service to follow.

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Posted 1 year ago

Samuel Leake Winston 95, died peacefully at his home in Bremo Bluff VA on Wednesday September 11, 2019. He was preceded in death by his parents Holman E. and Julia Payne Winston, two wives Mazie Johnson Winston and Mary Emma Brookman Winston, and daughter Sally L. Winston. He is survived by a son Raymond A. Winston (Kimberly) and a daughter Julia W. Smith, and two grand children Trenton L. Winston, and Mazie L. Netherwood. He was a long time member of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. Leake has been a Mason for 65 years, he was raised in Stonewall lodge No. 200 in 1954. Visitation will be held from 4PM-6PM Sunday September 15, 2019 at Sheridan Funeral Home. Funeral will be 2 PM Monday September 16, 2019 at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. Interment and Masonic rights to follow at the church cemetery.

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Posted 3 months ago

Linda Mamie Wilson, 79, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, July 18, 2020.  She was born on May 23, 1941 to the late Raphael Scampone and Gertrude Garone.  She was proceeded in death by her loving husband of 26 years, Harold “Pete” Lee Wilson and her brother, Joey Garone.  Linda is survived by her brothers, David and Bonnie Scampone, and their children, Kimmie and Bonnie; and her sister-in-law, Cindy Garone, and their children, Star, Lacie, Chris and Paul.  Linda also leaves behind her three sons, Michael Coyne of Beaverdam, VA and his children, Preston, Charles, Zachary and Madison; Paul and Cody Wilson of Goochland, VA and their children, Bella, Brady and Calla; and Bryan and Sara Wilson of Waynesboro, VA and their children, Merrin and Katy.  The memorial service will be held at Norman Funeral Home in Goochland, VA on Friday, July 24, 2020 at 6:00PM with a visitation one hour prior from 5:00PM – 6:00PM.

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Posted 9 months ago

Amy Diane Wilson, 41, of Scottsville, VA went to be with the Lord on Sunday, January 26, 2020.  She is survived by her father Dan S. Wilson of Scottsville, VA, her mother Carol C. Hatcher of Lexington, VA, daughter Allison E. Short of Palmyra, VA, brother Marc E. Lewis of Buena Vista, VA, sister Carol L. Willis of Scottsville, VA and one special nephew Daniel A. Willis of Scottsville, VA.  She was a wonderful cook and could whip up a scrumptious meal.  She also loved horses.  In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Fluvanna County SPCA.  She will forever be in our hearts.

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Posted 9 months ago

Randall Wade Wiebel, AKA Scooter, departed this life on January 27, 2020. He was born on December 18,1988 in Charlottesville, Va., but Fluvanna County was his home for the majority of his life. Randy is preceded in death by his beloved mother, Nancy Bourne Wiebel, his grandparents Reuel A and Betty W. Wiebel and Wade and Faye Bourne. He is survived by his father Rusty A. Wiebel, aunt and cousin, Becky and Reece Wiebel, his significant other, Maria Derosario and their two beautiful children, Vivianna and Sebastian. Randy is also survived by his Grandmother, Linda Weakley and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. There are so many close friends who loved him, too many to mention. Randy loved his children so much. Being a dad made him smile like nothing else could. He and Maria were blessed to share these wonderful kids. His love and knowledge for car engines was undeniable. He was the first to receive calls from so many who needed and valued his expertise. The calls were numerous. His compassionate demeanor and willingness to help without any hesitation, was a huge part of who he was. He loved his job at Auto Teknika. The people and the environment gave him the opportunity to excel at his talent. Cooking was another passion of Randy’s. He loved cooking and sharing his creations with others. It didn’t matter if it was a grill, slow cooker or his newest love, the Instant Pot. He often hosted gatherings to share his food or made extra to take to work to share with his coworkers. Randy had a deep love for animals, especially cats. He was forever rescuing strays and providing them a loving home. His thirst for knowledge was never ending and was avoracious reader. Our Randy will be sorely missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. We lost him too soon. He will never be forgotten.    The celebration of Randy’s life will be held at Lake Christian Church located at 733 South Boston Road Palmyra, Va. 22963 on Monday February 3rd at 6pm. A reception will follow immediately after at The Maple Room, 10 Slice Road Palmyra, Va. 22963.    In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations be made to the charity of your choice in Randy’s name.

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Posted 1 year ago

Nancy Bourne Wiebel 56, of Fluvanna Va Peacefully passed the evening of June 3, 2019. She was preceded in death by her parents Donald Wade Bourne and Fay Richardson Bourne, and one brother in law James Spears. She was survived by her husband Rusty Wiebel, one son Randall Wade Wiebel (Maria), one Grandaughter Viviana Skye, two brothers Donald Bourne (Thelma) of Harrisonburg, Keith Bourne (Sheila) of Green County, one sister Barbra Spears of Scottsville, One very special friend Vickie Herndon of Gordonsville, and a host of other family and friends. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to the Fluvana County SPCA. Visitation will be on Friday June 7, 2019 from 7Pm - 8:30 Pm at Sheridan Funeral Home. Funeral will be 11am Saturday June 8, 2019 at Sheridan Funeral Home 4626 Cedar Lane Rd Kents Store VA 23084.

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Posted 10 months ago

“The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.  He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; he leadeth me beside the still waters.  He restoreth my soul: He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.”           ~ Psalm 23:1-3 Robert “Sparks” White entered into eternal rest on Monday December 16, 2019, at Adventist Health Care White Oak Medical Center, Silver Spring, MD.  Sparks was the seventh child born to the late Clifton and Susie Scott White on October 22, 1938 in Wilmington, Virginia. He grew up in Wilmington, Virginia and attended the Evergreen Elementary School and graduated from S.C. Abrams High School.  He accepted Christ at an early age, and became a member of the Evergreen Baptist Church in Wilmington.  Sparks utilized his vocal talents as a member of the Junior Choir.  One of his favorite songs was “How Great Thou Art,” and he treasured scripture Psalm 23.     As a teenager, Sparks worked for his Wilmington neighbors providing lawn care and other miscellaneous duties.  After graduating from high school, he relocated to Washington, D.C., where he worked at the Hebrew Home for the Aged from 1959 – 1965.  He was also employed by the Government Services Incorporated (GSI) from 1965 – 1971 and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) from 1971 until his retirement in January 2007.  On the weekends, he worked part-time for Maryland and Washington residents who “treated him like family.”   Sparks continued to exercise his vocal talents after relocating to Washington, D.C.  He was a member of the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church Choir and the Park Road Community Church Choraleers.   Sparks had many hobbies, which included cooking, sketching houses, walking, and running errands for his elderly neighbors.  One of his most treasured passions was his love for music that he constantly played during the day after his retirement.  He was always happy with a positive attitude even when he was sick.  His health care provider described him as a wonderful person to provide care and love.   His favorite saying was:  “When I finish my day disturbed, I look toward heaven and it eases my burden, and I can see another day.” Sparks was preceded in death by his parents, Clifford and Susie Scott White, two brothers, Stewart Conrad and China Lewis White, three sisters, Eleanor White Brice, Virginia White Swangin, Azella White Foster, brothers-in-law, Leslie E. Brice, Arleigh “Heywood” Swangin I, Glen Thomas Foster, nephew, Arleigh Heywood Swangin II, and one great nephew Trey Rondall Houchens. Sparks leaves to cherish his memory, his sister Camelia White, aunt Sarah O. White, a host of nieces and nephews, a devoted niece and caregiver, Charlene B. Dean, several devoted nieces Toni Etchison, Montchell Brice, and Gloria Vest, and devoted nephews William “Perry” White, and Benjamin and Mark Foster.  

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Posted 1 year ago

Garry ("Lucky") Arthur Weese, Jr., 59, of Palmyra, VA, went to be with the Lord on 12 October 2019. Lucky was preceded in death by his parents Garry Weese, Sr. and Nancy Stiffler Philpott, and his grandparents Julius and Rose Marie (O'Neill) Stiffler. He is survived by his wife Terry Shifflett Weese; one son, Garry Weese III (Elizabeth) of Maryland; 2 daughters: Brittany Epps (Aaron) of Maryland and Tamara Brown (Samuel "Trey") of Palmyra; one sister, Sherri Weese of Kansas; one brother, Lanny Weese of Maryland; 6 grandsons: Cody, Brandon, Conner, Ethan, Michael, and Sammy; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Lucky spent 30+ years working as a floor mechanic, installing and refinishing hardwood floors in Maryland before moving to Virginia in 2011. He spent 3 years working for Wal-Mart before being employed by the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Lucky enjoyed several different hobbies that included being part of a duckpin bowling league for over 20 years, camping and woodworking. He was a kind and generous man who help anyone in any way he could. He loved corny jokes and made friends everywhere he went. He was very active in his church, always ready to lend a helping hand when and wherever needed. He even played in the handbell choir for 2 years. Lucky was a loving and devoted husband, father, PawPaw and friend. He touched countless lives in many ways and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. A Celebration of Life service will be held at 11:00 AM Saturday, November 9, 2019 at Grace & Glory Lutheran Church, located at 683 Thomas Jefferson Parkway, Palmyra, VA 22963. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Grace & Glory Lutheran Church. Donations can also be made to: https://www.gofundme.com/f/lucky-weese-memorial-fund.

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Posted 3 months ago

Nov. 3rd 1934 - Apr. 11th 2020 At 85 years old, Shirley passed away peacefully, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Born near London, England, to Lillian and Joe Warton, Shirley narrowly escaped being bombed during World War II. She married John in 1957, and raised two boys, Peter and David. Having graduated from a Secretarial College, she spent many years, either volunteering in a Citizen's Advice Bureau or working for a temporary agency, because she loved meeting and helping all kinds of people. A willing crew member, Shirley cruised and raced in small yachts, in the Clyde, and English Channel with many crossings to France, and in the Bay of Islands in NZ.The family moved to the USA in 1978, and lived in Stamford, CT, Kent Island, MD and Annapolis, MD, before settling at Lake Monticello in 1998. Shirley and John joined the Friendship Force of Charlottesville, and the Lake Monticello Sociables, and volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, and Meals on Wheels. Inveterate travelers, Shirley and John visited Canada, the Arctic and Antarctic, East Africa, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico and Barbados, Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon rain forest, New Zealand, Tahiti, Moorea and Fiji, as well as many trips to England and Scotland to see friends and relatives. Shirley was known for the twinkle in her eyes, the stories she told of life in England during the war and her willingness to volunteer.Shirley is survived by her husband, John; sons, Peter and David, and his wife, Margaret Ann, and their great-niece, Jenna; sister, Vivian; nieces, Caroline, and her husband, Richard, and Shona, and her husband, Mark; nephews, Stuart, and his wife, Helen, and Ian, and his wife, Jenny, and their families. She is also survived by her sisters-in-law, Christine Murphy, and her husband, Ross, and Jane Mann, and their families. She was pre-deceased by her sister, Jocelyn Kerslake. A celebration of Shirley's life will be held at Palmyra United Methodist Church in Palmyra, VA at a later date. Friends and family will be notified when that decision is made. (Please send your contact information to mam634@centurylink.net to ensure that you will be included in the notifications when the final arrangements are made for the service of celebration and/or to receive information on how to view the private live stream of the service for those wishing to attend, but unable to do so.) Memorial donations may be made to the youth camp scholarship fund at Palmyra United Methodist Church, 258 Palmyra Lane, Palmyra, VA 22963.

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