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Obituaries
Obituaries Archive

Mary B Sigmond
Posted 2017-05-25

    Mary Behlen Sigmond, 86, of Edinburg died Wednesday, May 17.

    Mrs. Sigmond was born in Cleveland, Ohio Aug. 29, 1930, daughter of the late Victor Hugo Behlen and Dorothy Grace Watson Behlen.

     She was a member and past president of the Humane Society of Shenandoah County and the Edinburg Lions Club, and had served on the Edinburg Planning Commissionm and the committee of the Edinburg Ole Time Festival, was a volunteer for Boy Scouts of America and was once chosen Shenandoah County volunteer of the year.

    She was also the Realtor, broker and owner of Sigmond Realty for many years.

    Surviving are her five daughters, Nel Stubbs, Dede Goldsmith, Kristin Minton, Johanna O’Toole and Ingrid Thompson; a sister, Louise Behlen Riemer, 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.


Carolyn S Ryman
Posted 2017-05-25

    Carolyn Sue Ryman, 71, of Mt. Jackson died Thursday, May 18. 

    She was born Dec. 7, 1945, a daughter of Zula Marie Weaver Ryman of Mt. Jackson and the late Medford Ryman. She was a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School and Shepherd College. 

    Surviving along with her mother is a sister, Sharon Marie Taylor of Basye.


Charles Hawkins
Posted 2017-05-25

    Charles Hawkins Jr.,76, of Quicksburg died Friday, May 19.

    Mr. Hawkins was born Feb. 22, 1941 in Washington, D.C., son of the late Charles Nelson Hawkins Sr. and Florence Acton Hawkins. He was an Army veteran and formerly worked at Merillat in Mt. Jackson.

    Surviving are his wife, Sandra C. Hawkins; a son, James Clifford Hawkins; three daughters, Renee Hawkins, Becky Lee Hawkins and Samantha Mae Hawkins and four grandchildren.


Charles C. Sine
Posted 2017-05-25

    Charles Canter Sine Jr., 78, of Edinburg died Wednesday, May 17.

    Mr. Sine was born July 10, 1938 in Woodstock, son of the late Charles Canter Sine Sr. and Virginia Saum Sine. He was a graduate of Washington and Lee High School in Arlington, and the Virginia Electricians Apprenticeship Program in Alexandria.

    Surviving are his wife, Judy Bauserman Sine; a daughter, Sarah of Crozet and four granddaughters.


Sylvia L. Dyer
Posted 2017-05-25

    Sylvia Lee Dyer, 79, of Woodstock died Thursday, May 18.

    She was born June 28, 1937 in Woodstock, daughter of the late Henry Thomas and Virginia R. Mayberry Dyer. 

    Surviving are a sister, E. Delores Dyer of Woodstock and two brothers, Perry E. Dyer of Landover, MD and Antony M. Dyer of Clinton, MD.


Martha Robinson Grim
Posted 2017-05-25

    Martha Ann Robinson Grim, 86, of Strasburg died Saturday, May 20. 

    Mrs. Grim was born in Warren County on June 8, 1930, a daughter of the late James Samuel and Mary Elizabeth Putman Robinson. 

    Surviving are two daughters, Gloria Sue Wymer of Strasburg and Carolyn G. Mobley of Front Royal; three sons, Roger W. Grim, Michael H. Grim Sr. and Stephen J. Grim, all of Strasburg; a brother, Ray Robinson of Strasburg, six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. 


Curtis D Miller
Posted 2017-05-25

    Curtis Dale Miller, 58, of Strasburg died Tuesday, May 23.


Garline R. Thompson
Posted 2017-05-25

    Garline Ryan Thompson, 97, of Woodstock died Wednesday, May 17.

    She was born January 9, 1920 at Conicville, daughter of the late Kirby Eldridge and Virginia Dellinger Ryan. 

    Surviving are two daughters, Frances T. Miller of Harrisonburg and Judy T. Litten of Woodstock; a sister, Margaret Funkhouser of Woodstock; two brothers, Johnny Ryan of Timberville and Richard Ryan of New Market, four grandchildren and two great- grandchildren.


Jacklyn Hounshell
Posted 2017-05-25

    Jacklyn Cooper Hounshell, 97, of New Market died Tuesday, May 9.

     Mrs. Hounshell was born May 3, 1920 in Statesville, N.C., a daughter of the late Meredith William and Julia Caroline Gentry Cooper. She and her husband were the owners and operators of the Valley Supermarket in New Market for over 30 years. 

    Surviving are a son, Charles William Hounshell Jr, of Clearwater, FL.; two daughters, H. Caroline Hounshell of New Market and Leslie Gentry Hounshell Harmon of Jacksonville, FL.; five grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.


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