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Thomas Wayne Adams - Eastern Arizona Courier

Monday, March 27, 2017

He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many callings and positions.He is survived by: his one true love, Donna Adams; daughters; Kandy (Clint) Bassett and Karen (Jim) Norton; siblings; Jackie Moore, Norman (Zoann) Adams and Debra (Carl) Crotts; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.He was preceded in death by: his parents, William and Iva Ruth Adams; and his son, Danny Wayne Adams.A viewing will be held Friday, March 10, 2017, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the newly renovated Caldwell Funeral Chapel, and then again Saturday, March 11, 2017, beginning at 9 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Thatcher Stake Center, with the funeral service to follow at 10 a.m. Interment will be in the Graham Cemetery.Arrangements are under the direction of McDougal’s Caldwell Funeral Chapel & Gila Valley Crematory.Online condolences may be extended at www.caldwellfuneralchapel.com.

BOYD, Judy Ann Bunch - Martinsville Bulletin

Sunday, February 12, 2017

BOYDJudy Ann BunchJudy Ann Bunch Boyd, 56, of Braden Crescent, Norfolk, Va. passed away Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at Sentara Leigh Hospital, Norfolk, Va. She was born on May 7, 1960 in Bassett, Va. to the late Shirley J. Esters Bunch and the late Rosevelt Bunch.Judy is survived by her husband William L. Boyd of the home, two daughters, Deneka K. Akridge of Norfolk, Va., ZaCarshia Akridge of Chesapeake, Va.; one son, Antonio Akridge of Virginia Beach, Va.; five grandchildren; three sisters, Irene E. Bryan of Colorado, Mary C. Carter of Bel Air, Md., Sherry L. Bunch of Martinsville, Va.; and three brothers, Larry D. Esters of Farmville, Va., James S. Esters of Martinsville, Va. and Keith C. Bunch of Winston Salem, N.C.Judy attended Full Gospel Holiness Church. She retired from Norfolk Airport and was a caregiver for Home Instead.The family will receive friends one half hour prior to the service and other times at 1007 Graves St. and 904 Owens Rd., Martinsville, Va. Funeral service will be held Monday, February 13, 2017 at 1 p.m. at the C. R. V. Hairston Memorial Chapel, at Hairston Funeral Home. Elder Terry Hairston and Bishop Reginald Goods officiating.Interment will be held in Roselawn Burial Park.Arrangements entrusted to Hairston Funeral Home with courteous, efficient and dependable services.</span>#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded ...

Norman, Charles Allen - Martinsville Bulletin

Monday, February 06, 2017

NORMANCharles AllenCharles Allen "Buddy" Norman, 87, of Collinsville, passed away February 4, 2017 at his home. He was born February 18, 1929 in Bassett, Va. He was the son of the late Johnnie Anderson and Mary Magdalene (Maggie) McKnight Norman.He is also predeceased by his first wife, Margaret Virginia Osborne Norman; three brothers, Paul Gilbert, Thomas Anderson, and Wayne Edwin Norman; and one sister, Blanche N. Parker.Surviving are his second wife, Hazel Cox Amos Norman; daughter Pamela N. Newman (Jimmy) of Galax, Va.; and a son, Charles Timothy Norman (Barbara); two stepsons, Jimmy Amos (Rhonda) of Bassett and Barry Edward Amos of Richmond, Va.; two grandchildren, Jon-Michael Norman (Jessi) of Topsail Island N.C., and Katy Gray (John) of Galax, Va.; one stepgranddaughter, Kim A. Kujawski (Greg) of Pa.; two stepgrandsons, Joshua Amos (Codie) of Fla., and Curtis Amos of Bassett; one stepgreat-grandson, Eastyn Amos; and two step great-granddaughters, Annaleigh and Emmalyn Kujawski.Charles was a charter member of traditional Christian Church in Collinsville, Va. He was a member of Woodmen of the World (Woodmen Life Ins.). He...

Sharon Jones, Powerhouse Soul Singer, Dies at 60 - New York Times

Monday, November 21, 2016

Friday of pancreatic cancer. She was 60.Her death was confirmed by Judy Miller Silverman, her publicist. She said Ms. Jones died at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, N.Y., and was surrounded by members of her band, the Dap-Kings, and other loved ones when she died.Ms. Jones sang and shouted the kind of gospel-charged soul and funk she had grown up on. Her voice had bite, bluesiness, rhythmic savvy and a lifetime of conviction. She was backed by the Dap-Kings, the revivalist New York City R&B band that supplied her songs as she sparked their career.She was discovered in 1996 by Gabriel Roth, a founder of the Brooklyn-based Daptone Records and the Dap-Kings’ bassist and main songwriter (under the name Bosco Mann). Ms. Jones had tried decades earlier to get a start in the music business, but was told by record labels that she didn’t have the looks to be a performer. Later, she would recall in the 2016 documentary “Miss Sharon Jones!,” the refrain became, “too short, too fat, too black and too old.”But with the Dap-Kings — who sometimes introduced her as “110 pounds of soul excitement” — she became an unstoppable frontwoman. As she sang about love troubles, hard times and...

Naomi Christine “Ni” Rhodes, 97, found peace and enjoyment with gardening - Southside Daily

Monday, November 21, 2016

Charles Urian; sister, Jean Brown; and half-sister, Marie MacDonald.Naomi grew up in Dover, Del., where she worked the family farm and attended a one room school house. Naomi graduated John Bassett Moore High School in 1938 and after attending business college was working in Dover where she met her husband, Dusty, a dashing young Army Air Corps aviator. They married after the war and settled into a military life. Together they had five children. Later in life when asked by a daughter-in-law (and new mother) how she managed four children under the age of five, she responded “play pens.” Mom never lost her sense of humor.Naomi is survived by her children: daughters, Naomi Christine Rhodes, Kathleen Isabelle Rhodes, and sons, John Raymond Rhodes III, Robert Steven Rhodes, and Michael Thomas Rhodes, and their wives, Barbara, Betsy and Laura. She is also survived by six grandchildren and step-grandchildren, Timothy Stephen Rhodes, Brian William Rhodes, Jessica Rae Rhodes, Jill Lawton Brothers, Christopher Dorman and Ann Marie Horn; and great-grandchildren, Andrew John Rhodes, McKesson Wynn Rhodes, River Sophia Brothers, Katelyn Elizabeth Horn, Gavin Parker Horn, Christa Marie Horn and William Dorman. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.After the death of her husband in 1990, Naomi never lost her desire to visit new places, traveling the world visiting her daughter, Kathleen, who was a career officer in the U.S. Air Force. Naomi carried on a family tradition begun by her husband of renting a large beach house every two years and surrounding herself with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She would also always welcome her nieces and nephews to the biannual family gathering. While raising her children, Ni coached girls basketball and softball and volunteered as a den mother. Naomi was an active member of TOPS, Lake Smith Terrace Garden Club, a Red Cross Volunteer and a member of the Little Creek Chapter Alter...

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Thomas Wayne Adams - Eastern Arizona Courier

Monday, March 27, 2017

He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in many callings and positions.He is survived by: his one true love, Donna Adams; daughters; Kandy (Clint) Bassett and Karen (Jim) Norton; siblings; Jackie Moore, Norman (Zoann) Adams and Debra (Carl) Crotts; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.He was preceded in death by: his parents, William and Iva Ruth Adams; and his son, Danny Wayne Adams.A viewing will be held Friday, March 10, 2017, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the newly renovated Caldwell Funeral Chapel, and then again Saturday, March 11, 2017, beginning at 9 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Thatcher Stake Center, with the funeral service to follow at 10 a.m. Interment will be in the Graham Cemetery.Arrangements are under the direction of McDougal’s Caldwell Funeral Chapel & Gila Valley Crematory.Online condolences may be extended at www.caldwellfuneralchapel.com.

BOYD, Judy Ann Bunch - Martinsville Bulletin

Sunday, February 12, 2017

BOYDJudy Ann BunchJudy Ann Bunch Boyd, 56, of Braden Crescent, Norfolk, Va. passed away Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at Sentara Leigh Hospital, Norfolk, Va. She was born on May 7, 1960 in Bassett, Va. to the late Shirley J. Esters Bunch and the late Rosevelt Bunch.Judy is survived by her husband William L. Boyd of the home, two daughters, Deneka K. Akridge of Norfolk, Va., ZaCarshia Akridge of Chesapeake, Va.; one son, Antonio Akridge of Virginia Beach, Va.; five grandchildren; three sisters, Irene E. Bryan of Colorado, Mary C. Carter of Bel Air, Md., Sherry L. Bunch of Martinsville, Va.; and three brothers, Larry D. Esters of Farmville, Va., James S. Esters of Martinsville, Va. and Keith C. Bunch of Winston Salem, N.C.Judy attended Full Gospel Holiness Church. She retired from Norfolk Airport and was a caregiver for Home Instead.The family will receive friends one half hour prior to the service and other times at 1007 Graves St. and 904 Owens Rd., Martinsville, Va. Funeral service will be held Monday, February 13, 2017 at 1 p.m. at the C. R. V. Hairston Memorial Chapel, at Hairston Funeral Home. Elder Terry Hairston and Bishop Reginald Goods officiating.Interment will be held in Roselawn Burial Park.Arrangements entrusted to Hairston Funeral Home with courteous, efficient and dependable services.</span>#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded ...

Norman, Charles Allen - Martinsville Bulletin

Monday, February 06, 2017

NORMANCharles AllenCharles Allen "Buddy" Norman, 87, of Collinsville, passed away February 4, 2017 at his home. He was born February 18, 1929 in Bassett, Va. He was the son of the late Johnnie Anderson and Mary Magdalene (Maggie) McKnight Norman.He is also predeceased by his first wife, Margaret Virginia Osborne Norman; three brothers, Paul Gilbert, Thomas Anderson, and Wayne Edwin Norman; and one sister, Blanche N. Parker.Surviving are his second wife, Hazel Cox Amos Norman; daughter Pamela N. Newman (Jimmy) of Galax, Va.; and a son, Charles Timothy Norman (Barbara); two stepsons, Jimmy Amos (Rhonda) of Bassett and Barry Edward Amos of Richmond, Va.; two grandchildren, Jon-Michael Norman (Jessi) of Topsail Island N.C., and Katy Gray (John) of Galax, Va.; one stepgranddaughter, Kim A. Kujawski (Greg) of Pa.; two stepgrandsons, Joshua Amos (Codie) of Fla., and Curtis Amos of Bassett; one stepgreat-grandson, Eastyn Amos; and two step great-granddaughters, Annaleigh and Emmalyn Kujawski.Charles was a charter member of traditional Christian Church in Collinsville, Va. He was a member of Woodmen of the World (Woodmen Life Ins.). He...

Sharon Jones, Powerhouse Soul Singer, Dies at 60 - New York Times

Monday, November 21, 2016

Friday of pancreatic cancer. She was 60.Her death was confirmed by Judy Miller Silverman, her publicist. She said Ms. Jones died at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, N.Y., and was surrounded by members of her band, the Dap-Kings, and other loved ones when she died.Ms. Jones sang and shouted the kind of gospel-charged soul and funk she had grown up on. Her voice had bite, bluesiness, rhythmic savvy and a lifetime of conviction. She was backed by the Dap-Kings, the revivalist New York City R&B band that supplied her songs as she sparked their career.She was discovered in 1996 by Gabriel Roth, a founder of the Brooklyn-based Daptone Records and the Dap-Kings’ bassist and main songwriter (under the name Bosco Mann). Ms. Jones had tried decades earlier to get a start in the music business, but was told by record labels that she didn’t have the looks to be a performer. Later, she would recall in the 2016 documentary “Miss Sharon Jones!,” the refrain became, “too short, too fat, too black and too old.”But with the Dap-Kings — who sometimes introduced her as “110 pounds of soul excitement” — she became an unstoppable frontwoman. As she sang about love troubles, hard times and...

Naomi Christine “Ni” Rhodes, 97, found peace and enjoyment with gardening - Southside Daily

Monday, November 21, 2016

Charles Urian; sister, Jean Brown; and half-sister, Marie MacDonald.Naomi grew up in Dover, Del., where she worked the family farm and attended a one room school house. Naomi graduated John Bassett Moore High School in 1938 and after attending business college was working in Dover where she met her husband, Dusty, a dashing young Army Air Corps aviator. They married after the war and settled into a military life. Together they had five children. Later in life when asked by a daughter-in-law (and new mother) how she managed four children under the age of five, she responded “play pens.” Mom never lost her sense of humor.Naomi is survived by her children: daughters, Naomi Christine Rhodes, Kathleen Isabelle Rhodes, and sons, John Raymond Rhodes III, Robert Steven Rhodes, and Michael Thomas Rhodes, and their wives, Barbara, Betsy and Laura. She is also survived by six grandchildren and step-grandchildren, Timothy Stephen Rhodes, Brian William Rhodes, Jessica Rae Rhodes, Jill Lawton Brothers, Christopher Dorman and Ann Marie Horn; and great-grandchildren, Andrew John Rhodes, McKesson Wynn Rhodes, River Sophia Brothers, Katelyn Elizabeth Horn, Gavin Parker Horn, Christa Marie Horn and William Dorman. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.After the death of her husband in 1990, Naomi never lost her desire to visit new places, traveling the world visiting her daughter, Kathleen, who was a career officer in the U.S. Air Force. Naomi carried on a family tradition begun by her husband of renting a large beach house every two years and surrounding herself with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She would also always welcome her nieces and nephews to the biannual family gathering. While raising her children, Ni coached girls basketball and softball and volunteered as a den mother. Naomi was an active member of TOPS, Lake Smith Terrace Garden Club, a Red Cross Volunteer and a member of the Little Creek Chapter Alter...