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BETTY BYERSBetty Wright Byers, 72, of Buena Vista, passed away Sunday, May 22, 2016, at her residence. Born Sept. 20, 1943, in Rockbridge County, she was a daughter of the late Albert Wright and Virginia Stinnett Wright. She was a devoted Christian who loved her God, her family and her church, Calvary Brethren Church. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ronald Wilson Byers.Surviving are her two sons, Tim Byers, and Ronald Lee Byers and his wife Kim; grandchildren, Jason Byers, Brooke Goff and husband Mike, Caitlin Long and husband Sterlin; great-grandchildren, Noah Byers, Kaylee Goff, Deondre Long; and great-grandchild to be, Kendric Long.Special thanks to a very special family, Geraldine Lawrence and family, Mark “Nappy” Smith, Katie, Ryan, Ragen, Dylan and Hayden, a very special sister-in-law, Gelsie Wright, and Betty’s special longtime friend, Shelby Montgomery. A graveside service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 26, at Rockbridge Memorial Gardens with the Rev. Rick Ramsey officiating. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Arrangements are being handled by Bolling, Grose, & Lotts Funeral Home and Cremation Services.

SUSAN FARRISSusan Hamilton Farris, 57, of Glasgow, passed away Tuesday, May 17, 2016, at her residence. Born June 25, 1957, in West Virginia, she was a daughter of the late Willie Randolph Hamilton and Betty Jo Hamilton. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Richard Farris. Surviving are her siblings, Janan D. Hamilton, Phillip Dean and Elizabeth F. Camden, W. R. “Randy” and Betty Jo Hamilton, Tracy Edward and Rhonda K. Hamilton, Douglas Wayne and Amanda N. Hamilton, Sonya Renae Hamilton Balser; and nieces and nephews, Justin and Brandi Wills and Brody, Adrian and Preston, Olivia Tate Camden, Wayne Edward and Tiffany J. Conner and Chloe, Jana J. Rice, Jessica Brittany Hamilton, Joseph and Brandi N. Anthony, Travis Wayne Hamilton, John and Ashley H. Twigg and Amelia, Jesse Carrington Balser, and Channing Hamilton Balser.A visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, May 27, at Bolling, Grose & Lotts Funeral Home.

LAWRENCE SNIDERLawrence Wilson Snider, 99, of Glasgow died Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at Carilion Stonewall Jackson Hospital.Born Jan. 1, 1917, in Fairfield, he was a son of the late James Andrew Snider and Clara Conner Snider. Mr. Snider was a member of the Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, retired from Burlington after 42 years of service, and loved sitting on his porch waving at everyone as they passed by.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Sonja Gail Beebe; sister, Frances Markham; and brother, James Davis Snider. Surviving are his wife, Helen Mohler Snider; one son, Ronald Wilson Snider, and wife Mary; two grandchildren, Scotty Beebe (Lindsey); Stephen Snider (Colleen Drake); special niece Lisa Markham (John Good); two nephews, Glen and Jimmy Snider; two special boys in his life, Garrison and Jordan; son-in-law Scott Beebe; and special canine friend “Buck.”A graveside service was conducted Monday, May 23, at Stonewall Jackson Cemetery with Pastor Ken officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Lexington Fire Department, 708 S. Main St., Lexington, VA 24450 or to the Falling Spring Presbyterian Church, 410 Falling Spring Road, Glasgow, VA 24555. Arrangements are by Harrison Funeral Home & Crematory.

RICHARD MARVINRichard J. Marvin, of Beans Bottom, passed quietly away on Thursday, May 19, 2016. Richard, a poor city boy from Philadelphia (playing on its streets with a hotdog in his pocket, he often relayed), served in the Army, put himself through college and law school, served many years as a public defender in the city of Philadelphia, married, retired, moved to Rockbridge County, and found home.Richard brought us his keen wit and quirky personality, his kind heart, and an unusual grip on reality.  He never ate a meal that he did not love, always complimented the cook (even when it was not deserved), frequented all our local libraries as a voracious reader, found many friends, became a docent at the Stonewall Jackson House (making up Stonewall Jackson stories, no doubt), and spent thousands of hours volunteering at the local SPCA.He leaves behind only distant family, and his many friends.  Richard also leaves behind an especially loyal friend, Stephano Sammartino, of Beans Bottom, who called Richard Pa. For many years Stephano was not only Richard's neighbor and friend, he was his champion and his guide through the complexities of growing old.  Richard spent many happy days because of Stephano.  We are all most grateful for that.Donations in Richard's memory should be made to the Rockbridge SPCA.A party to celebrate his life will be announced at a later date. Arrangements are by Harrison Funeral Home & Crematory.

ROBERT BAISLEYRobert N. Baisley, age 83, long-time resident of Lexington, died peacefully on Friday, May 6, 2016, in the company of his family at his daughter's home in Davidsonville, Md.Born in Goshen, N.Y., Mr. Baisley was the son of the late Robert F. Baisley and the late Marion E. Nelson Baisley. He was a descendant of the colonist William Baisley and Revolutionary War veteran Jacob Rose.His lifelong love of farming began growing up on Baisley Farms Inc. in Walden, N.Y., and continued when Mr. Baisley moved to Lexington in 1972, where he established his own cattle farms: Monte Vista Farm and Thistle Rose Farm.There he bred cattle, grew alfalfa and timothy grass, and logged timber. Mr. Baisley loved farming; it was never a job to him, he just loved what he did. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Baisley was an active member of the Rockbridge Farm Bureau, Young Farmers' Association, and Farmers' Cooperative. Mr. Baisley is best-known for his love of story-telling, keen sense of humor, and affable charm. With his warm smile and playful wink, Mr. Baisley was endeared by all (especially his 10 nieces and nephews who describe him their favorite uncle). While he retired in 2008 and moved to Sun City, Ariz., his heart remained on his farm. As the saying goes, you can take the boy out of the farm, but you can't take the farm out of the boy.Mr. Baisley was a loving husband, having celebrated 51 years and 11months of marriage to his bride Margarete Baisley, a devoted father and beloved grandfather.He is survived by his wife, Margarete A. Baisley of Sun City, Ariz.; his son, Barton N. Baisley of Ellicott City, Md.; his daughter, Barbara A. Baisley and son-in-law Matthew McPartlin of Davidsonville, Md.; and his four grandchildren, Mallery, Spencer, Maura, and Bennett. He is also survived by his sister, Ruth Murphy, of Phoenix, Ariz.Memorial services and burial will be held in Stony Point, N.Y.

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