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ANDY HICKMANAndrew Andy Sherman Hickman, passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Andy was born in Alleghany on Dec. 7,1942, and raised in Eagle Rock by his late parents, James Millard and Betty Sloan Hickman.He is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Arlene Link Hickman; daughters and sons-in-law, Angie and David Walker of Buena Vista, Janet and Randall Floyd of Buena Vista, and Teresa and Chris Joynes of Buchanan; five grandchildren, Daniel Floyd of Lexington, Taylor Walker of Buena Vista, Christopher (Drew) Hickman of Buchanan, Cari Floyd of Buena Vista, and Cloey Joynes of Buchanan; and two great-grandchildren, Micah and Maycie Floyd. Also surviving are his sister and brother-in-law, Etta and Lee Alexander of Eagle Rock; brother, Stanley Hickman of Buchanan; foster son, Dennis Erdmann of Alabama; a 45-year Navy friend, John Solt; and special friends, Susie and Lester Kennedy and Tim and Sis Plogger. Andy was a veteran of the U.S. Navy where he retired after 20 years of service. He then worked at Georgia Bonded Fibers in Buena Vista for 18 years. Andy was very brave and fought hard for 22 years against cancer. He is a lifetime member of Mt. Bethel Church of the Brethren in Eagle Rock. Flowers are appreciated, but those wishing to make a contribution, please consider the Relay for Life Team Hick 's Chics, account handled at the Daleville Office of Freedom First Credit Union.Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Friday, March 27, in the Buchanan Chapel of Botetourt Funeral Home with the Rev. Lester Kennedy and the Rev. Doris Hicks officiating. Interment will follow in Glasgow Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8pm Thursday, March 26, at Botetourt Funeral Home, Buchanan.Online condolences may be made at www.botetourtfuneralhome.com.

Bernice Bunny SloughBernice Bunny Slough, March 21, surrounded by her daughters.She was preceded in death by Lloyd Slough, her beloved husband of 56 years. She is survived by her brother, Fred Fainter of Natural Bridge Station. Bunny and Lloyd raised five daughters, all surviving: Benita Houff of Vinton, married to Jim Houff Jr.; Barbara Slough of Glasgow; Beverly Newman of Terre Haute, Ind., married to Steve Newman; Betty Slough of Afton, married to the late William Shifflett; and Bobbie Hartman of Culpeper, married to Mark Hartman. Bunny and Lloyd took great joy in their 10 grandchildren: Todd Houff, married to Shannon; Matt Houff, Amanda Houff, Andrew Newman, Justin Newman, Alec Shifflett, Harris Shifflett, John Shifflett, Edgar Hartman, and Ruth Hartman.Bunny was the fifth of six children of John and Nellie Fainter. She was preceded in death by her brother, Curtis Fainter, and her sisters, Ileta Rogers Ruby Thompson and Emilie Franklin. Her life was marked by a fierce love of family. Her daughters, sons-in-law and grandchildren will treasure their many memories of Bunny and Lloyd. In accordance with Bunny 's wishes, the family will hold a private graveside funeral service.Memorial contributions may be sent to the Glasgow Rescue Squad; or Natural Bridge Fire Department. Arrangements are by Harrison Funeral Home & Crematory.

CARSON TAYLORHobert Carson Taylor of Lexington died Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at Heritage Hall.Born March 15, 1924, in Henry County, he was the son of the late Nathan Shelton Taylor and Ida Mary Varner Taylor.Mr. Taylor was a World War II veteran and district supervisor of VDOT for 35 years. He was a land surveyor in the Lexington area for many years. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church and served on several church boards. He belonged to the Culpeper and Lexington Lions clubs. He graduated from Rocky Mount High School, attended the University of Kentucky, and graduated from International Correspondence Schools in Highway Engineering.Surviving are his wife of 66 years, Marie Dixon Taylor; two children, Joseph Carson Taylor, and Dr. Kathryn Taylor Bowers and husband John; two grandchildren, Christopher Taylor and wife Reagan and Elliott Taylor.A memorial service will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 28, at Trinity United Methodist Church by the Rev. Norman Tippens. Memorial contributions may be made to the Trinity United Methodist Church building fund or to the Lexington Rescue Squad.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

MAURICE LEACH JR.Maurice Derby Leach Jr., 91, of Lexington, died at his home, Kendal at Lexington, Saturday, March 21, 2015.He was born on June 23, 1923, in Lexington, Ky., the eldest son of Maurice Derby and Sarah Woods Leach. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Virginia Baskett Leach; his daughter, Sarah Davis (Peter); grandchildren Margaret Stuart Davis and Matthew Cowan Davis; and brother, Lewis Woods Leach. Leach graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B.A. in history, and from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Library Science. He worked his way through college in a variety of jobs that included planting tobacco, working as a statistics runner at a racetrack, and most interesting to him, as assistant to a horse auctioneer, all of which provided experiences that helped him throughout his career and life. Following his graduation, he was employed briefly as assistant librarian at the Texas College of Arts and Industries until joining the U.S. Department of State in 1947. After of year of service in the U.S. Army as an instructor of library science for the Special Services School at Fort Monmouth, N.J., he was sent to Cairo, Egypt as a librarian with the U.S. Information Service in 1950. From Cairo he moved to Beirut, Lebanon, 1951-1953, returning to Cairo 1953-1957. Leach married Virginia Stuart Baskett while on home leave in Lexington, Ky., on March 16, 1953. Virginia was teaching mathematics and working on her doctoral degree at the University of Kentucky at the time of their marriage, and joined her husband in the Middle East the following summer. They were evacuated from Egypt by the U.S. Sixth Fleet during the Suez Crisis of 1956, and their daughter, Sarah Stuart, was born in Naples, Italy.Leach and his family moved back to the U.S. in 1957, first to Washington, D.C., and then in 1959 to Lexington, Ky., where he became professor and chair of the Department of Library Science at the University of Kentucky, a position he held until 1966. While on a leave of absence from the university 1967-1968, Leach served as a program adviser to the Ford Foundation, first in Jordan at the University of Amman, and later in Lebanon at the American University of Beirut, helping to upgrade, develop, and build libraries for colleges and universities in the Middle East. Leach became head librarian at Washington and Lee University in the summer of 1968, a position he held until 1985. During this time he guided the planning and construction of the university library (now the James Graham Leyburn Library) and organized the Great Move in which 1, seven days a week, as well as to the community, commenting that, one of the chief pleasures of being here is that this university does not see itself limited only to the few acres that it encompasses but it has traditionally given or made accessible its resources to other academic communities and to the community at large with a free and generous heart. After retiring from Washington and Lee in 1988, Leach had the time to enjoy his interest in gardening, travel and genealogy. Over the years he was active in the English-Speaking Union, the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, the Rockbridge Historical Society, the R.E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church and the Lunch Bunch.Wherever he was to the end of his life, Leach enjoyed engaging people in conversation. He was grateful for the support he received from Rockbridge Hospice, Home Instead Senior Care and Maury River Home Care.A memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 27, at R. E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church in Lexington. Arrangements are by Harrison Funeral Home & Crematory.,,,,,,,,,,,

EFFIE CLEMMEREffie Wilhelm Clemmer, 94, of Roanoke, was called home by the Lord on Saturday, March 21, 2015. She was preceded by her husband, Russell Clemmer; and brothers, Roger, Everett, and Billy Wilhelm. Effie is survived by a sister, Ruth Brown of Fairfield, VA; a son, Jerry Clemmer of Boydton; a daughter, Linda Rowe of Catawba; and grandson, JR Wray, and granddaughter, Angela Wray, of Roanoke.A graveside service will be conducted at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 25, at Sherwood Memorial Park in Salem, with the Rev. Thomas McCracken III officiating. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Alzheimer 's Association of Virgina and to Woodhaven Nursing Home in Montvale. An online guest book is available for family and friends by visiting www.johnmoakey.com.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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