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222 North 4th Street
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 934-1319
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Bennett's Creek Chapel

5685 Lee Farm Lane
Suffolk, VA 23435
(757) 483-1316
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Bennetts Creek Chapel

2690 Bridge Road
Suffolk, VA 23435
(757) 483-4392
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Harrell and Hill Funeral Home A Creation Services

2460 Pruden Boulevard
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 539-8726
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Harrell and Hill Funeral Home A Cremation Services

2460 Pruden Boulevard
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 539-3486
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Harris Funeral Home

685 Carolina Road
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 539-6500
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Meadowbrook Memorial Gardens and Chapel Mausoleum

4569 Shoulders Hill Road
Suffolk, VA 23435
(757) 488-4971
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Nansemond Suffolk Cemetery

1421 Kings Fork Rd
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 925-1400
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Parr Funeral Home

447 West Washington Street
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 539-3487
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Peebles Funeral Home

1016 East Washington Street
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 539-0205
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T E Cooke Overton Funeral Home

405 Johnson Avenue
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 539-4861
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Twilight Funeral Home Inc

405 Johnson Avenue
Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 539-8400
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Suffolk VA Obituaries and Death Notices

Susan Marie Schramm, 58 - The Sun Chronicle

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Amanda. Also survived by many other family members and close friends.Susan was a 1976 graduate of Norwood High School and then went on to graduate from Southeastern Massachusetts University and Suffolk Law School.Susan was an attorney for Finnegan, Underwood, Ryan and Tierney Law in Boston for many years.A funeral home service will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Kraw-Kornack Funeral Home, 1248 Washington St., Norwood. Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 8 from 3 to 7 p.m.At the request of the family, burial will be private.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the American Heart Association, 20 Speen St., Floor 1, Framingham, MA 01701.www.kraw-kornackfuneralhome.com.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }...

Obituary: Louise Coste, of Holbrook, Dies at 96 - Patch.com

Monday, February 06, 2017

Church, Holbrook. Interment Union Cemetery, Sayville, NY. Visiting Friday 2-4 & 7-9 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made, in memory of Louise, to: Visiting Nurse Service & Hospice of Suffolk, Inc., 505 Main St., Northport, NY 11768. www.moloneyfh.com...

Why we don't mention my great-grandfather's name - High Country News

Monday, November 14, 2016

You will remember all the calves born into snow banks, their bodies frozen within minutes, so motionless you might swear they were made of wood or of ice. There will be Suffolk rams bloated and green at the edge of alfalfa fields; a saddle horse mistaken for a bear; a semi tractor-trailer that didn’t slow down as the herd of sheep crossed the road to water; a vandalized stock tank releasing 35,000 gallons, turning the earth around the trough to a mud so deep and thick that seven cows and one calf would die there — their still-living eyes being eaten by crows. You will remember how your father fell to his knees in the very same mud and gave the calf CPR, and you will feel shame for feeling relief when he finally gives up.In the regular world, it wouldn’t make sense to send a 12-year-old, on horseback, into a blizzard, for a 17-mile ride to the high country, but to all of us who know death so well, it does. It is our job — thankless and necessary — to keep death at bay. This is why my father and his father saddled up in the 4 a.m. dark of a late September, the moon a vapid pearl behind the storm clouds, and they rode off toward the west, toward a herd of sheep that would all suffocate to death if they did not do so.My Great-Grandfather’s NameMy bisabuelo abandoned a wife and four children. The oldest boy — an 8-year-old — was my abuelito, Amos. He tells of how cold the house was. He recounts the trains that passed on their journey north, bellies of coal brimming black as burnt-out suns, the trucks of the gondolas rocking along the standard-gauge line, the slow and heavy clatter of a passing train, a noise receding in a drawn-out minor key. There, the boy hunted for fallen coal in the gray ballast that was the track bed. I imagine how each piece of found coal was equal parts joy and resentment. The older man I knew would not have come home until the bag was full. That black bituminous load upon his shoulder was a burden that even time did not lift. My grandfather was made of stone, and my awe of him was only tempered by a greater fear. There is some speculation that, perhaps, I have inherited his shoulders.My great-grandfather was named Serafin — a name treated as sin. Fragments of words and stories of him have fallen to the floor and been collected in a dustpan of partial stories, memories and impossible clues that were set to flame by anger. He abandoned his family so completely that my grandfather, whose middle name was Serafin, chose an absolute deletion of his father as vengeance.Victor “Cuba” Hernandez tends Abeyta family sheep in snow squall on the Taos Plateau, en route back to Mogote, Colorado.Steve ImmelII.the elk calfi am looking for scattered sheep in...

Mary 'Polly' Vann Odom, 88, native of Suffolk - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Monday, November 14, 2016

WYDaily.com is your source for free news and information in Williamsburg, James City & York Counties.Mary Vann Odom (Polly), 88, a native of Suffolk, died Nov. 12, 2016 at The Chesapeake in Newport News. She was the wife of the late Rev. Samuel S. Odom.Polly is survived by her daughters, Marguerite O. Haus, and her husband, Richard, and Mary Vann Odom; grandchildren, James S. Haus, Elizabeth O. Haus, Emily O. Haus, Samuel H. Brown and Hilary O. Brown; great-grandchild, Julia Leia Haus; and her sister, Anna Vann Milligan.A memorial service will be held at Christ the King Episcopal Church on Friday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. A reception will follow the service. Memorial contributions can be made to Christ the King, 4109 Big Bethel Rd., Tabb, VA 23693. Online condolences to Claytor Rollins Funeral Home.

Virginian-Pilot editorial: For Suffolk, Johnson, Ward, Milteer and Fawcett - Virginian-Pilot

Monday, October 31, 2016

IT IS UNLIKELY that the change wave that overwhelmed Suffolk’s City Council two years ago has receded.But the resulting ripples at City Hall — and the familiar dynamics of Suffolk electoral politics — mean that further changes are unlikely in November.Mayor Linda Johnson, as she has in her recent elections, faces a large slate of opponents likely to split the vote and smooth her re-election.Johnson, who has shown a greater willingness of late to slow the city’s breakneck development spree, has also assumed a larger role in regional matters. Both are welcome moves.At the moment, she’s at the helm of the board of the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization, playing a critical role in the region’s future.Johnson has led Suffolk since 2006, including during the restive period that led to a mass ouster of City Council incumbents in 2014. Last year, a new city manager took charge at City Hall.In the two years since that last municipal election, Suffolk’s leadership has settled into a relatively genial stalemate.The election is unlik...

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Susan Marie Schramm, 58 - The Sun Chronicle

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Amanda. Also survived by many other family members and close friends.Susan was a 1976 graduate of Norwood High School and then went on to graduate from Southeastern Massachusetts University and Suffolk Law School.Susan was an attorney for Finnegan, Underwood, Ryan and Tierney Law in Boston for many years.A funeral home service will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Kraw-Kornack Funeral Home, 1248 Washington St., Norwood. Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 8 from 3 to 7 p.m.At the request of the family, burial will be private.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the American Heart Association, 20 Speen St., Floor 1, Framingham, MA 01701.www.kraw-kornackfuneralhome.com.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }...

Obituary: Louise Coste, of Holbrook, Dies at 96 - Patch.com

Monday, February 06, 2017

Church, Holbrook. Interment Union Cemetery, Sayville, NY. Visiting Friday 2-4 & 7-9 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made, in memory of Louise, to: Visiting Nurse Service & Hospice of Suffolk, Inc., 505 Main St., Northport, NY 11768. www.moloneyfh.com...

Why we don't mention my great-grandfather's name - High Country News

Monday, November 14, 2016

You will remember all the calves born into snow banks, their bodies frozen within minutes, so motionless you might swear they were made of wood or of ice. There will be Suffolk rams bloated and green at the edge of alfalfa fields; a saddle horse mistaken for a bear; a semi tractor-trailer that didn’t slow down as the herd of sheep crossed the road to water; a vandalized stock tank releasing 35,000 gallons, turning the earth around the trough to a mud so deep and thick that seven cows and one calf would die there — their still-living eyes being eaten by crows. You will remember how your father fell to his knees in the very same mud and gave the calf CPR, and you will feel shame for feeling relief when he finally gives up.In the regular world, it wouldn’t make sense to send a 12-year-old, on horseback, into a blizzard, for a 17-mile ride to the high country, but to all of us who know death so well, it does. It is our job — thankless and necessary — to keep death at bay. This is why my father and his father saddled up in the 4 a.m. dark of a late September, the moon a vapid pearl behind the storm clouds, and they rode off toward the west, toward a herd of sheep that would all suffocate to death if they did not do so.My Great-Grandfather’s NameMy bisabuelo abandoned a wife and four children. The oldest boy — an 8-year-old — was my abuelito, Amos. He tells of how cold the house was. He recounts the trains that passed on their journey north, bellies of coal brimming black as burnt-out suns, the trucks of the gondolas rocking along the standard-gauge line, the slow and heavy clatter of a passing train, a noise receding in a drawn-out minor key. There, the boy hunted for fallen coal in the gray ballast that was the track bed. I imagine how each piece of found coal was equal parts joy and resentment. The older man I knew would not have come home until the bag was full. That black bituminous load upon his shoulder was a burden that even time did not lift. My grandfather was made of stone, and my awe of him was only tempered by a greater fear. There is some speculation that, perhaps, I have inherited his shoulders.My great-grandfather was named Serafin — a name treated as sin. Fragments of words and stories of him have fallen to the floor and been collected in a dustpan of partial stories, memories and impossible clues that were set to flame by anger. He abandoned his family so completely that my grandfather, whose middle name was Serafin, chose an absolute deletion of his father as vengeance.Victor “Cuba” Hernandez tends Abeyta family sheep in snow squall on the Taos Plateau, en route back to Mogote, Colorado.Steve ImmelII.the elk calfi am looking for scattered sheep in...

Mary 'Polly' Vann Odom, 88, native of Suffolk - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Monday, November 14, 2016

WYDaily.com is your source for free news and information in Williamsburg, James City & York Counties.Mary Vann Odom (Polly), 88, a native of Suffolk, died Nov. 12, 2016 at The Chesapeake in Newport News. She was the wife of the late Rev. Samuel S. Odom.Polly is survived by her daughters, Marguerite O. Haus, and her husband, Richard, and Mary Vann Odom; grandchildren, James S. Haus, Elizabeth O. Haus, Emily O. Haus, Samuel H. Brown and Hilary O. Brown; great-grandchild, Julia Leia Haus; and her sister, Anna Vann Milligan.A memorial service will be held at Christ the King Episcopal Church on Friday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. A reception will follow the service. Memorial contributions can be made to Christ the King, 4109 Big Bethel Rd., Tabb, VA 23693. Online condolences to Claytor Rollins Funeral Home.

Virginian-Pilot editorial: For Suffolk, Johnson, Ward, Milteer and Fawcett - Virginian-Pilot

Monday, October 31, 2016

IT IS UNLIKELY that the change wave that overwhelmed Suffolk’s City Council two years ago has receded.But the resulting ripples at City Hall — and the familiar dynamics of Suffolk electoral politics — mean that further changes are unlikely in November.Mayor Linda Johnson, as she has in her recent elections, faces a large slate of opponents likely to split the vote and smooth her re-election.Johnson, who has shown a greater willingness of late to slow the city’s breakneck development spree, has also assumed a larger role in regional matters. Both are welcome moves.At the moment, she’s at the helm of the board of the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization, playing a critical role in the region’s future.Johnson has led Suffolk since 2006, including during the restive period that led to a mass ouster of City Council incumbents in 2014. Last year, a new city manager took charge at City Hall.In the two years since that last municipal election, Suffolk’s leadership has settled into a relatively genial stalemate.The election is unlik...