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From: "Tami Ramsey" <>
Subject: [VAPULASK] Obits Friday, May 12, 2000
Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 23:16:16 -0400


ROANOKE TIMES
New River Obituaries
Published on Friday, May 12, 2000

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CLAYTOR, Andrew Giesen, 54, of Floyd, passed away Wednesday, May 10, 2000 at
the V.A. Medical Center in Richmond. Surviving are his wife, Linda Brown
Claytor of Floyd; one son, Andrew Claytor, Jr. of Washington, D.C.; two
stepsons, Anthony Sherman of Washington, D.C. and Ronald Hunt of York, Pa.;
four brothers, Nathaniel T. Claytor of Atwater, Calif., Tonny J. Claytor of
Chicago, Ill., Anthony D. Claytor, Robert L. Claytor of Floyd; two sisters,
Brenda L. Simonson and Linda K. Claytor of Floyd; four special nephews,
Derrick E. Brown, Quentin Claytor, Myron Claytor, William Hairston; a host
of other nieces, nephews, family and friends. Funeral services will be 1
p.m. Saturday at the Maberry Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Clinton Crump and
Rev. Richard Spencer officiating. Burial will be in Little River Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.
There will be no night visitation.


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HARMAN, William Milton, (Bill), 78, of Christiansburg, passed away Thursday,
May 11, 2000. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at the Horne Funeral
Chapel, conducted by Dr. Tommy McDearist and Dr. Don McKinney with interment
to follow in Sunset Cemetery. Friends may call anytime after noon Friday at
the Horne Funeral Service where the family will receive friends from 6 until
8 Friday evening. Arrangements are being handled by Horne Funeral Service in
Christiansburg.


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LITTEL, Patricia Louise, 59, of 903 Valleyview Drive in Pearisburg, died at
her home Wednesday afternoon, May 10, 2000, after a long illness. Born in
Longbranch, N.J. on August 12, 1940, she was a daughter of the late Martin
Joseph and Louise Tomaini Hammond, Sr. For over 25 years she served as a
registered nurse in the Philadelphia area before retiring to Virginia. She
was preceded in death by a brother, William Hammond. Surviving are her
husband, Ronald J. Littel, Sr.; two sons, Ronald J. Littel, Jr. and fiancZe,
Diana Albanese and William R. Littel, all of Philadelphia; three daughters,
Dr. Margaret L. Meredith and husband, Steve of Pembroke, Patricia L. Littel
and companion, Lisa Chrisinger of Gainsville, Lisa L. Ellis and husband,
David of Narrows; five grandchildren, Katie Meredith, Elizabeth Meredith,
Kayla Littel, Jamie Ellis, Shelby Ellis; two brothers, Martin J. Hammond,
Jr. of South Hampton, Pa. and Brother Aloysius John Hammond of Philadelphia;
one sister, Marie (Toni) Kaczanowski of Philadelphia. Private funeral
services will be conducted following her expressed wishes and her cremains
returned to the family burial plot in Philadelphia. The Kendall Funeral Home
in Pembroke is in charge of arrangements.


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TAYLOR, Charles Andrew, 66, of Pulaski, passed away Thursday, May 11, 2000.
Arrangements by Bower Funeral Chapel.


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Tami P. Ramsey

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