Michael Martin ‘Mike’ Boley, 60, assistant store manager at Dicks Sporting Goods

Michael Martin 'Mike' Boley

Michael Martin ‘Mike’ Boley, 60, passed away Friday, March 17, 2017. Mike Boley was an assistant store manager at Dicks Sporting Goods and previously worked for many years in the hotel, restaurant and food service industries. Mike was born in Lexington, Va., to Charles Chrysostom Boley Sr. and Mary Elizabeth ‘Lisa’ Kiefer Boley. He graduated […]

Edward Blaine Kime Jr., 83, a sunrise man who always looked to the future

Edward B. Kime Jr.

Saturday, March 11, 2017, marked the first sunrise without Edward Blaine Kime Jr. as he joined the long line of ancestors stretching back into time. He leaves as his legacy, Marilyn Streets Kime, his wife of nearly 57 years, and their seven children, Melanie Kime Ebbing, Edward Blaine Kime III (Lisa), Allison Kime Butler (Cory), […]

Langdon Hamilton Richardson, 81, owned Powhatan Plumbing and Heating for over 40 years

Langdon Hamilton Richardson

Langdon Hamilton Richardson, 81, a native of Williamsburg, passed away Tuesday, March 14, 2017, after a long, courageous battle with cancer. Langdon was a master plumber, who owned Powhatan Plumbing and Heating more than 40 years. Langdon was the president of the Green Swamp Hunt Club, where he enjoyed spending time with his friends, sons and […]

Thomas ‘Scotty’ Bradley, 85, active member of Alcoholics Anonymous with over 45 years of sobriety

Thomas 'Scotty' Bradley

Thomas ‘Scotty’ Bradley, 85, passed away Wednesday, March 15, 2017. He is survived by his two sons, Brian Bradley of Saint Louis, Mo., and Colin Bradley, Newport News, Va., ; and grandson, Kian Bradley, age 7, of  Newport News. Scotty served our country for many years, including fighting in the Korean War, at which time […]