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PUPPY - BICHON FRISE, AKC registered, male, 8 wks., hypo-allergenic, $650. 540-348-4212, bichonoasis.com,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

LENA PARKS MAHONELena Parks Mahone, 79, passed away on Monday, February 1, 2016 at King’s Daughters’ Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born Sunday, August 30, 1936, the only child of Lemuel Hiram Mahone, Jr. and Myrtie Belle Pugh Mahone. She was named for her grandmothers. She lived most of her entire life in the house in which she was born near Spottswood, Virginia.She was a lifelong member of Greenville United Methodist Church which she joined on Easter Sunday, April 21, 1946. She served as a church treasurer for many years, and in various other positions, was a member of United Methodist Women where she served in several offices in local, district, and conference organizations. She was actively engaged in the Emmaus Movement and in mission programs.Throughout the years she was also active in several civic and professional clubs. She was a member of National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees, AARP, and Valley Women’s Connection and was a former member of Business of Professional Women and Woman’s Christian Temperance Union. She enjoyed handcrafts, art work, writing, reading, using her computer, and travel. She graduated from Spottswood High School in 1954 and Madison College, now James Madison University, with a BS degree in Education, concentrations in history and art, in 1958. She taught in primary grades in Staunton and in Frederick County. For 25 years she worked with the Department of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration, later Rural Development, in Augusta, Highland, Bath and Rockbridge Counties. She retired as County Loan Program Technician on November 30, 1996. She volunteered in a number of positions such as in the Augusta County Historical Society and as a director of the Fairfield Senior Citizen group. She had traveled extensively in nearly all of the United States and in a number of foreign countries.She is survived by cousins and friends.A funeral will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. on Friday in Greenville United Methodist Church by the Rev. Kevin Haynes. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service and also immediately following the burial. Burial will be in the church cemetery.Memorial donations may be made to Greenville United Methodist Church Mission Funds, P.O. Box 250, Greenville, VA 24440.Henry Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.henryfuneralhome.net.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Susan Elizabeth Davis BeverleySusan Elizabeth Davis Beverley, 60, of Buena Vista, died Monday, February 1, 2016 at UVA Medical Center. Born November 11, 1955, in Lynchburg, she was a daughter of the late Lertie and Inez Davis. She was also preceded in death by her brother, James Davis; father and…

SYDNEY WADESydney Leigh Wade, age 66, passed away peacefully in Westminster, Colo., on Saturday, Jan. 9. Born in Sioux City, Iowa, she lived in Burkburnett and Wichita Falls, Texas, and in Lexington. She recently relocated to Colorado. She was an artist.Survivors include sons Larry Wiese (Dawn) of Lexington, Mason Wiese…

ROBERT WHITESIDERobert E. “BobWhiteside,1936, died Jan. 18,2016, age 79, at his home in Coos Bay, Oregon, due to complications of Parkinson’s disease. He was a son of the late Berry Morrison Whiteside and Leona (Watkins) Whiteside Hoshaw of Rockbridge County. Robert was born in Amherst County and grew up in Rockbridge County. He graduated from Brownsburg High School and the Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y. He finished his education at Santa Clara University with a master’s degree in business. Robert lived in the Santa Cruz Mountains and worked in the Silicon Valley, Calif., for most of his professional career. In 1962 he started working for Fairchild and eventually founded the company Micro Mask with Donald Holdhause. Robert was an amazing man and loved by many. His kindness and humor were his finest traits. He had a great love for the outdoors. Every chance he got, Bob would be out hiking, biking and walking. One of his greatest hikes was climbing Mount Whitney. He also was an avid gardener. Despite losing most of his eyesight and battling Parkinson’s disease, he never stopped going out into the world and seeking adventure. Robert is survived by his wife of 52 years, Joan Stokes Whiteside; two sons Dean Whiteside (Wenli) of California, and Mark Whiteside of Coos Bay, Ore.; and a daughter, Connie Cleveland (Josh) of Coos Bay; three grandchildren, Ethan Cleveland, Henley Cleveland, and Alison Whiteside; five sisters, Virginia McGown, Mary Holland, Nina Powell, Ruby Leighton (John) and Jane Arehart (Ralph), all of Rockbridge. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Presley M. Whiteside and Thurman L. Whiteside; and a sister, Eva W. Coleman. He will be forever missed until the day we meet with him again. At a later date a memorial service will be held in Rockbridge.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

SALLIE SPAULDINGSallie Gayle Spaulding, 89, of Buena Vista died Jan. 31, 2016, at Benjamin Borden Health Center. She was born Sept. 14, 1926, in Newport News, a daughter of Josiah Pitts Gayle III and Sallie Furguson Gayle. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband,…

Frank ParsonsA LeaderAt W&L,In CommunityFrank Arthur Parsons, who left a vivid imprint on Lexington and on Washington and Lee University, died peacefully at Kendal on Jan. 28. He was 87 years old. Frank was born in Staunton on May 26, 1928, and spent his high-school years in Clifton Forge, where he met Henrietta “HennyHoylman, first in occupied Japan and later in Korea, working as a writer and editor of the Pacific Stars and Stripes. Following his graduation from Washington and Lee University in 1954, he briefly served as managing editor of the Clifton Forge Daily Review before beginning his professional career at Washington and Lee.Frank began working at Washington and Lee as director of publicity in 1954. He became an adviser to Presidents F.P. Gaines, Fred C. Cole, Robert E. R. Huntley and John D. Wilson, and served in a wide range of communications and facilities planning roles until his retirement in 1999.As a many-portfolioed W&L administrator, he oversaw sports and general news operations; institutional research in support of the university’s accreditation; and construction planning and activity, which took place almost constantly beginning in the mid-1970s, when the law school’s Lewis Hall was built. He was adamant construction should respect Washington and Lee’s architectural heritage, a philosophy evident in buildings ranging from the Lenfest Center for the Performing Arts, to the Leyburn undergraduate library, to the six sorority houses on what is now Frank Parsons Way.Frank directed the so-called Fraternity Renaissance, which brought the Greek houses fully under the university’s ownership and control, and he was instrumental in implementing the 1985 decision to admit undergraduate women. When President Huntley retired, he said, “In every success which the school has achieved in the past 15 years, Frank has played a vital and usually essential part.”He belonged to Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa at the university and to the Fortnightly Club, That Club and the Pub Club in Lexington. Frank helped found and served as president of the board of Boxerwood for many years, and he was actively involved with Lime Kiln. He helped establish both the Veterans Memorial in Courthouse Square and the Brownsburg Museum. In addition to participating in many other civic organizations, he was a longtime member of the Manly Memorial Baptist Church.His numerous awards and honors included the W&L student newspaper’s Ring-tum Phi Award and the top honor from any W&L alumni chapter, the Lynchburg Citation. When he retired, the city of Lexington issued a proclamation to recognize his “sensitive and loyal service.”In retirement, he oversaw the rebuilding of the Lexington Presbyterian Church after it was destroyed by fire in 2000.A son, Greg, died in 1973 and his wife, Henny, died in 1997. He is survived by his daughter, Laura, niece Virginia Bomar and husband Bob Ridgeway, niece Diana Vaughn and husband Henry, nephew Gayle Bomar and wife Margie, and nephew Eddy Rhodes and wife Sue. He will be missed by innumerable friends and admirers, and a few who jousted with him across various meeting tables and usually lost.A service to celebrate his life and legacy will take place Saturday, Feb. 6, in Lee Chapel at 1 p.m. The Revs. William M. Klein, pastor of Lexington Presbyterian Church, and J. Michael Wilkins, pastor of Manly Memorial Baptist Church, will officiate. A reception will follow in the Hotchkiss Alumni House at Washington and Lee.In lieu of flowers and to honor Frank Parsons’ legacy, donations may be made to the Boxerwood Nature Center and Woodland Garden, 963 Ross Road, Lexington, VA 24450.

DIANNE HOPKINSAnita “DianneLinkswiler Hopkins, of Natural Bridge Station, and formerly of Clifton Forge, departed from life on earth and went to be with her Lord and savior, on Wednesday, Jan.27,2016, held in love by her husband and two sisters. Dianne courageously fought an eight month battle with pancreatic cancer. Dianne was born May 7,1946, in Clifton Forge to the late Charles “Chuckand Marion Kendig Linkswiler. Dianne loved life. Her love for family and those she knew showed in her caring and giving ways. She was a devoted and giving wife, mom, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, C.W. Linkswiler Jr., in 1978.She is survived by her husband, Ric Hopkins of Natural Bridge Station; two sons, Don (Sonia) Warlitner of White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., and Eddie (Jodie) Warlitner of Clifton Forge; stepdaughter Dawn Hopkins and stepsons Justin (Maria) Hopkins and Jason (Crystal) Hopkins; sisters Esther Linkswiler of Clifton Forge and Becca Linkswiler and fiancé Morgan Morris of Selma; grandchildren Stephanie, Charlie Cassie, Kameron and Isabelle Warlitner, Ricki Kutcher, Ethan, Sadie Grace, Haley and Isiah Hopkins; three great-granddaughters, Kalianna, Kadance and Patricia; nieces Emily Seldomridge (Shane Vanness), Shelly Burley-Smith (Mickey), and Kari Bowser (Jeremy); great nieces Abby Seldomridge and Emma Burley-Smith; nephew C.R. Anderson (Kim); great-nephews Keith Burley, Albert Seldomridge, Chase Burley-Smith, Eli Persinger, Blayne Burley-Smith, and Gus Anderson; and special friend of the family Stewart VanBuren. A family service was held Saturday, Jan. 30. In keeping with her wishes, Dianne was laid to rest on her family property in Natural Bridge Station.A memorial to celebrate her life will be held at a later date.The family suggests memorial tributes take the form of contributions to the Rockbridge SPCA or the Alleghany Humane Society.,,,,,,

THE ROCKBRIDGE Area Special Education Advisory Council will hold their next meeting on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 11:00. The meeting is open to the public and will be held at the Rockbridge County School Board Office located at 2893 Collierstown Road, Lexington. Persons wishing to address the committee are…

1994 - 2BR, 1 ba. good cond. Located in Tomlin's Mobile Home Community. $7500. 540-570-5884,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

HAY - SQUARE BALES. First cutting, $3.50. 540-460-6721,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

TRAIL RIDING & RIDING LESSONS: Hunt seat & Western. All ages & exp. levels welcome. Tish Vest, 540-570-3718,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

CITY OF LEXINGTONNOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGOrdinance 2016-01 regarding Comcast FranchiseA Public Hearing will be conducted by the Lexington City Council at 8:00 p.m., February 4, 2016 in the First Floor Meeting Room of the Rockbridge County Administrative Offices, 150 South Main Street, Lexington, to solicit public comment to an Ordinance…

Community Education and Outreach Coordinator needed for Rockbridge County’s Solid Waste and Recycling Programs - Creative, self-motivated person needed to educate the public about Rockbridge County’s Recycling and Anti-Littering Program. Responsibilities include creating presentations and ongoing programs for schools and community organizations, preparing media publications, and general office administration duties. Solid communication and interpersonal skills required. Associates degree, or equivalent experience, in Marketing, Communications, Education or Business preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license. Starting salary commensurate with experience. Please visit www.rockbridgecountyva.gov for full job description and application. Applications may also be submitted to Human Resources, 150 S. Main Street, Lexington. Rockbridge County is an equal opportunity employer.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

PT FULL CHARGE Bookkeeping position. Knowledge of basic accounting principles. Financial statement preparation; payroll preparation & reporting. Familiarity w/ Excel & Word. Send resume to office@releechurchorg or mail to R.E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church, 123 W. Washington St., Lexington, VA 24450.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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