Richmond Times-Dispatch from Richmond, Virginia (2024)

111077DCV07B city ed. 1107 fc07 1 1 1 077DCV07B ZALLCALL 63 110703 www.timeidiipatGh.com Richmond Hmei-Diapatch Friday, November 7, 2008 B7 MOORE Little Miss Destini Takkra Moore of Henrico entered eternal rest November 6, 2003. Fro-fess tonal services entrusted to: A.D. PRICE I-- SMITH Joel C. "Joe" Smith, 38, of Midlothian, died suddenly at his home November 3, 2003.

He was the beloved son of Ellis and Faye Smith; and loving brother of Robert P. Smith of Richmond and Dustin A. Smith and his wife, Cortney of Fairfax. His paternal grandmother, Eileen L. Smith of Chesapeake; two aunts, Barbara L.

Bergey and June A. Marshall and her husband, Mehin; two uncles, Anthony R. Smith and his wife, Sybil and Lloyd L. Hermes; also numerous cousins survive him. Joe loved fishing, nfanaia, photography, art, musk, old movies and automobiles.

He enjoyed spending time on the Outerbanks, Lynnhaven and Potomac River. Memorial services will be held Saturday, 2 pjn. at Huguenot Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 1020 Huguenot Rd. Interment will be private. The family will receive friends at the residence following the service.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Willow Oaks Farm of Cartersville, Va. or Virginia Alliance for the Ha Puddle impediments Vdiides rounding a curve on the Downtown Expressway yesterday were met by a puddle stretching across much of the road surface. The National Weather Service's Brian Hurley said the Richmood area recorded more than an inch of rain yesterday. RahxJifkpned roads caused some minor traffic accidents, and there were some areas of high water, but no major trouble was reported. (Monthly weather summary, Rage B8.) J.B.

Guedri businessman, dies BY JENIFER V. BUCKMAN Times-Dispatch Staff Writer Joseph B. Guedri greatest blessings came from a job he enjoyed and a close-knit family. Known since his childhood as "Boots," Mr. Guedri helped build a small Richmond electrical contracting firm, Northside Electric, into a business that employed more than 100 people.

"It has grown into a third-generation business and it gave us a nice life, but that nice life mostly came from just loving each other and having wonderful children," said Mary Guedri, who described her husband as a man who "liked to make people laugh and would build up a story to get an even bigger laugh." Mr. Guedri, who was 13 when he began working summers at Northside Electric as his father's helper, died Tuesday in Richmond at the age of 76. The company was founded by his father, Joseph and partner A.L. Greene in 1937 and operated out of a succession of locations in Highland Park and West Broad Street until 1987. That year, Mr.

Guedri and his then-business partner, Robert Rosen-baum, relocated the business to Magnolia Street Mr. Guedri retired about five years later. Today, two of his four sons work there. In its infancy, Northside Electric specialized in residential work, taking advantage of a post-World War II building boom. However, the company later worked mostly with commercial SEWARD Nancy Kohl Seward, 78, of Richmond died Wednesday, November 5, 2003.

She was the widow of Thomas J. Seward and is survived by her son, William K. Seward of Richmond; her niece, Susan Faley of Boiling Springs, her nephew, Peter laps addle of Roanoke; three great-nieces, Kamerine Wech of Mecha-nksburg, Pu, Mary Faley of Al-pharetta, Ga. and Rebecca Hod-ne of Ft Leavenworth, Kan. Her remains rest at the Bliley Funeral Homes' Chippenham Chapel, 6900 Hull Street where the family will receive friends from 3 to 5 pjn.

Friday and where service will be held 2 pjn. Saturday. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. Mrs. Seward was a graduate of Jefferson High School in Roanoke and Roanoke College in Salem, Va.

She was a member of Centenary United Methodist Church and Fontkello-McGuire Garden Club. SHIVER Marion "Roy" Shiver 69, of Powhatan, died November 4, 2003. He is survived by his wife, Jo Ann Shiver; one son, Bud J. Shiver of Texas; two daughters, Ellen Shiver Merchant of Lexington, Nora A. Hall of Chesterfield; one sister, Lucy Ann Fogg of Richmond; and six grandchildren.

Entombment services will be held today, 1 pjn in the Greenwood Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, Goochland. SIMPSON Karen Devonde "Nickk Noo" Simpson, formerly of 2925 Garland entered eternal life November 3, 2003. She was preceded in death by her father, Sammk, and her brother, Jerry "Mushy" Simpson. Cherishing precious memories are her two sons, Sidarius L. and Jerwaine S.

Simpson; four granddaughters, Iyannah, Darryah, Achari and Sidaria; her mother, Margaret C. Simpson; two brothers, Richard L. (Yvonne and Michael D. Simpson (Cynthia); three sisters, Sandra S. Cyrilk (Rogelio), Sharon S.

Williams and Daisy Simpson of Washington, D.C.; maternal aunts, Mary Coruthers of Lake Wylk, S.C. and Julia S. Williams of Charlotte, N.C.; a host of loving nieces, nephews, relatives and friends, one devoted, Robert Barnes and a devoted caretaker, Lillie Jones. The family will receive friends Friday 6 to 7 pjn. in the Crystal Chapel of the Brun-son's Funeral Chapel, 1st and Federal Streets.

A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday 12 noon at 7th Street Memorial Baptist Church, 3104 Meadow-bridge Rd. Rev. Lester D. Frye, pastor, officiating. Interment Oakwood Cemetery.

Robert M. Brunson Sr. and Directors. Professional services of comfort entrusted to the: TimivsT SMALL William "Bill" Albert Small, passed away October 31, 2003 at his residence in Richmond. He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Lois Small.

He is survived by sisters, Connie Johnson of Manassas, Helen Kiks of Jacksonville, Fbu, Linda Taylor of Spotsylvania, Sue Baird of Stafford, and Cathy Marion of Mineral; brothers, Marshall Small of Woodbridge, and Kenneth Small of Milwaukee, special friends, Steve Shumaker of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Leon Allen of Raleigh, N.C.; and a host of relatives and friends. He served in the USN from 1968 to 1972. He retired from the U.S. Post Office in 1998. Bill enjoyed gardening, cooking and helping others.

He will forever be missed by all whose lives he touched. Services will be held at Quantko National Cemetery at 2 pjn. on Wednesday, November 12, 2003. The family will host a reception at Monte lair Country Club immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to Hospice of Central Virginia, 7231 Forest Avenue, Suite 100, Richmond, Va.

23226 or charity of your choice. In Memoriam BRAXTON In loving memory of our Husband, Father Grandfather. Wiliam (Peter) Braxton, Sr. who away one year ago today. We your jokei smiles, but most of al "We miss FHiahfTh, William Jr, Brenda, Mary Eatley The Salty Family.

Monuments, Cemetery Lots FOREST LAWN CEMETERY 1 plot; section 24, lot 26, space 6. $1900. Will negotiate. 757-357-4772 J. TV BOB BBOWIViniB-DBPiKICH contracts, including the former Allied Chemical plant in Chesterfield County and multi-site work for DuPont Northside Electric's varied contracts also included the 1980s installation of the starlike ceiling lights that glow above the patrons of the Carpenter Center, the rebuilding of his alma mater, Benedictine High School, after a fire there and a 1963 refurbishment of the state's electric chair.

"I think to take a set of plans, study them line by line, come up with the figures, bid the job, get the contract, do the job and have the figures come out the way that you said they were going to seven months ago is one of the most satisfying things in the world," Mr. Guedri said in a 1987 interview with The Richmond News Leader. "It really makes you feel like you've created something." Mr. Guedri was a former member of the board of Benedictine High School and was heavily involved in athletic programs there throughout his life. He attended the University of Richmond and was an Army veteran of the Korean War.

In addition to his wife of 53 years, survivors include four sons, Joseph B. "Chuck" Guedri UL P. Christopher Guedri, Mark Griffin Guedri and Matthew Barnes Guedri, all of Richmond; six grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at St Bridget Catholic Church.

Burial will follow at Westhampton Memorial Park. A flag. Mentally 111. TAYLOR Departed this life November 4, 2003. Mrs.

Florence B. Taylor of 1835 Claiborne Street She is survived by her husband, Wesley Taylor; four daughters, Rita, Shirley and Clementine Taylor and Gloria McArthur; three sons, David, Samuel and Richard Taylor; 10 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren; one brother, Floyd Bowman; three aunts, among them, Georgianna Hargrove; host of nieces, nephews and cousins; one daughter-in-law, Cassandra Taylor; one son-in-law, Desmond McArthur; two sisters-in-law, one brother-in-law, and other relatives and friends. Remains rest at Joseph Jenkins Jr. Funeral Home, 2011 Grayland Ave. where funeral services will be held 1 pjn.

Saturday. Rev. Earl M. Brown officiating. Interment Mt Calvary Cemetery.

Friends and family assemble at the funeral home 12:45 pan. Saturday. WALKER Arthur John Walker, 77, of Sand-ston, departed this life Wednesday November 5, 2003. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Maggie Newbill Walker; his children, Ginnie Stevens, Alan Lewis Walker, Arthur John Haberk, Frances Scott Haberk, Linda Brydges, Brenda Salmon Ham-ner, Jimmk Thomas Salmon, and James Leon Bogan HI; one brother, Glenn Walker; two sisters, Lillie Immel and Nancy Green; 20 grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Mr.

Walker was a ILS. Navy World War LT veteran, a retired truck driver and a member of Woodman of the World. Remains rest at the Neben Funeral Home, 4650 S. Laburnum Avenue, where the family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 pjn. Friday.

A graveside service will be held 2 pjn. Saturday at Antioch Baptist Cemetery. WATSON I Mr. David C. Watson, 55, of Richmond died in his home November 4, 2003, after a long illness.

He graduated from VCU with a Bachelors in Fine Arts in Communications Art and was a self-employed graphic art designer. He was predeceased by bfi father, Francis Watson Jr. and his mother, Vivian C. Wood. Survivors include one daughter, Laura Jean Watson of Litchfield, three brothers, Francis Watson and his wife, Katie Hale, of Hartfidd, Larry Douglas Watson of Bump-ass, Va, and Stuart Lee Watson and his wife, Helga, of Bump ass, one niece, Leslie Watson Harris and her husband, Martin Harris; and one great-nephew, Andrew Watson Harris.

Family will receive friends 5 to 8 pjn. Monday, November 10, at the Central Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 3215 Cutshaw Ave. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Lakeside Volunteer Rescue Squad, 2007 Timberlake Ave, Richmond, VA 23228. WHITE Departed this life November 6, 2003, Mrs. Harriette G.

White of 205 N. 36th St Remains rest at Walter J. Manning Funeral Home, 700 N. 25th St Funeral notke later. In Memoriam TRIMIEW In loving memory of our mother on her 58th birthday, We mill you Carken, Wanda Guy DEATHS COM PEED BY NEWS SHUF METRO Bennett, Haywood H.

58, of Richmond, a self-employed carpenter, husband of Carolyn H. Bennett Biankenship, Mrs. Grace Keys, 78, of Chesterfield, a former Lutheran church child-care employee, wife of Maurice G. Biankenship Sr. Clayton, Listen, 83, of Richmond, a retired self-employed handyman and landscapes demmons, Mrs.

Virginia 76, of Richmond, a retired registered nurse, widow of Graham A. Clemmons. Hanco*ck, Mrs. Elizabeth 81, of Richmond, widow of Clifford Hanco*ck. Kaiata, Alexander Oliver "AOK," 16, of Midlothian, son of Greg G.

and Laurie Kalata. Moore, Mrs. Barbara Peace, 71, of Mechanic8ville, a retired clerk in the engineering de- WHTTE Orlando B. White (Lan), 71, departed this life Tuesday, November 4, 2003 in Newport News, Va. He was the son of the late Lloyd and Alberta White.

Surviving are one brother, Roscoe A. White (Catherine) of Charles City, two sisters, Marva Moore (Roland) of Detroit, Mich, and Mattk Logan (Ckvester) of Charlottesville, one sister-in-law, Gay Tabb White of Charles City, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Remains rest at Scott's Funeral Home, 115 E. Brooldand Park Boulevard. Graveside services will be held Saturday, November 8 at a.m.

at Uberty Bai Lhurch cemetery, Lhanes Va. Rev. James M. Johnson dating. Online guestibook at wwwjKottsfuneralhomexom WTT.T.TS Annalie Carol WUBs, infant daughter of David W.

and Me-Hnda Cooke WflHs Jr passed away November 3, 2003. She is also survived by her grandparents, David and Gail Willis Gary and Carol Cooke; great-grandparents, Virginia Soufvan, John and Helen HoHord, Harold Willis and Roberta Hunt; aunt, Valerie Harte; and uncle, Andrew Cooke. The family will receive friends on Saturday, November 8, from 12 to 2 pjn. at the Aflee Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, with funeral services beginning at 2 pjn. Interment Signal HuL WTLSON Peggy Ann Wilson, of Richmond departed this life November 6, 2003.

Survivors include her husband, Robert Wilson; son, Curtis Pusey; stepchildren, Donald and Beth Wilson; grandsons, David and Justin Dolinger; special friends, Bailey and her mother, Shannon; and many other loving family members. The family will receive friends Saturday at 3 pjn. with a memorial service at 4 pjn. at Parham Road Baptist Church, 2101 N. Parham Rd.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to St Mary's intensive care unit In Memoriam JONES Feb. 12, '60 Nov. 7, '02 Annette Starkne Janet, We mtai and love you. Famuy, Mends Robert Card of Thanks CATO The fkmUy Prtadla Jean Cato extendi thanki for the khidneu and various expreniont of love during our km. special thanki to her P31 family, friends and Sincerely, her family and James.

partment of Bell Atlantic, now Verizon, wife of Richard A. Moore Jr. Moore, Miss Destini Takiera, of Henrico County, infant daughter of Alanna Danita Moore. Seward, Mrs. Nancy KohL 78, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Thomas J.

Seward. Smith, Joel 38, of Midlothian. Walker, Arthur John, 77, of Sand-8ton, a former truck driver for Eastern Motor Transport husband of Maggie Walker. Whatley, Howard Gregg 49, of Richmond, husband of Amy StaleyWhatley. White, Orlando B.

"Lan," 71, of Charles City, an employee in the restoration effort at Colonial Williamsburg, a Korean War Army veteran. Wilkins, Mrs. Florence Gladys Gettings, 76, of Chester, a homemaker, widow of Paul Wilkins Sr. Willis, Miss Annalie Carol, of Me-chanic8viHe, infant daugther of Melinda Cooke and David W. Willis Jr.

Wilson, Mrs. Peggy Ann Gunter, of Richmond, a food-service employee, wife of Robert Wilson. VIRGINIA GuuumE Court House Long, LaVerne Trent, 58, wife of Carl G.Long Jr. ComNiALHEHarB Cobb, Mrs. Martha Trhrie, 91, a retired federal employee who worked at Fort Lee, wife of Leland A.

Cobb Fargis, Mrs. OlKe Mae, 79, widow of James R. Fargis. HOFEWEIL Henry, Mrs. Lucille Cleveland, 74, a retired teller for Bank of America, wife of Dr.

Edward Page Henry Jr. Kenbbdge Caiiis, Richard El-ray, 83, a partner in Kenbridge Construction husband of Sarah Agnes Moore Callis. Locust Hul Lloyd, Mrs. Lillian Nugent, 91, a retired employee of Telephone now Verizon, widow of George Minor Lloyd. Ruiher Gien Lee, Mrs.

Mary Elizabeth, 69, widow of Wesley Lee. South Hul Howell, Joseph Lee, 84, owner of Southside Mattress Factory, a World War II Navy veteran and Pearl Harbor survivor, husband of Luvenia dark HowelL To read obituaries online, please see httpywww.timesdispatdi.a)inoblts Hie Rev. A.P. Bmuy our daily bread There is an ancient story of a king who was dying of depression. Physicians tried every cure they knew; then it was suggested that the king's depression could be cured, if he managed to wear the shirt of a per-fectly happy man.

The search was made throughout the realm for a perfectly happy person. At last they found such a person. He was a tramp, bronzed, carefree, utterly happy. They offered him fabukms sums to buy a shirt, only to discover that the happy tramp did not possess a shirt worth taking to the king. But the wanderer sent this message to the king: The way out of depression is to find a right relationship with oneself and with one's fellowmen, and with God to alter the whole direction of life." In vain shalt thou use many medicines; (Jeremiah Correspondence to the writer should be addressed to P.O.

Box 41296, Fredericksburg, VA 22404. Veterans Day holiday schedule Hero are closings and schedule changes for Tuesday: Federal government Federal office Closed. Poit office Closed. Mrginia State office Closed. Richmond metropolitan area Collegei: Open.

County and city officea: Richmond open. Charles City, Chesterfield, Goochland, Powhatan, Hanover, Henrico and New Kent closed. County, city schoola: Richmond, Charles City, Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, Goochland, New Kent open. Powhatan closed. Courts: Closed.

DMV Customer-service centers closed. Libraries: Richmond, Goochland, Hanover and Heritage Public Library (serving Charles City and New Kent) open. Henrico, Chesterfield and Powhatan closed. Traffic, parking: Meters will be enforced. Trash: Richmond collections will be on a regular schedule.

Henrico collections will be a day late Tuesday. Chesterfield collections will be a day late Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. All tmnsfer stations and landfills open. Centml Virginia Waste Management Authority pickups will be on a regular schedule. Transportation GRTC: Buses will operate reduced service on the Parham Glenside and Gaskins Express Routes.

The 6:16 p.m. jobs bus nip leaving Pemberton and Broad will not pe rate There will be one trip from Ninth and Broad to Lakeside via the Glenside Express at 4:46 p.m. Business, commerce Stock market: Open. Banks: Closed. ABC stores: Open.

Major shopping malls: Open. rose. Personalize your loved one's In Memoriam with a special graphic. For more information call 804-643-4414..

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