NANCY K. SETCHEL
Nancy Kiser Setchel, 76, of N. Prince George, passed away on Friday, October 26, 2018. She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Ellen Kiser; husband, Charles W. Setchel; her daughter, Sherl Lynne Williams; sisters, Judith Ann Kiser and Ruth Ellen Kiser; and her grandson, David Austin Williams.
She is survived by her daughter, Alice Katherine Jenkins (Ronnie); daughter, Mary Williams Taylor (Scott); son, George Robert Williams; grandchildren, Ronnie Jenkins, Jr., Joanne Jones, James Jenkins, Teresa Broyhill, Alyssa Taylor, and Jerry Taylor; several great-grandchildren; brothers, James Edward Kiser, John Taise Kiser (Kathy), Jordan Daniel Kiser (Carolyn), Robert Taft Kiser (Laura); special friend, Apiradee Woolford (Ted); as well as numerous extended family and friends.
Nancy made a career out of Banking, Real Estate and Property Management. She lived an active Christian life and lived her life to the fullest every day.
The family will receive friends on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at J.T. Morriss & Son Funeral Home, Hopewell Chapel 820 W. Broadway Ave. Hopewell, VA 23860. A funeral service at the Hopewell Chapel will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Interment will follow in Merchants Hope Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions
TRAVIS M. WEAVER
Mr. Travis Michael Weaver, “Biggie”, was born on July 5, 1983 in Fort Bragg, NC, to Willie and Ambretta Weaver.
He attended Petersburg High School, in Petersburg, VA, where he graduated in 2001. He was baptized in 2008 at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Prince George, VA and remained a member until his death.
He worked for the Southside Virginia Training Center and Central State for many years. He later moved on to Cumberland Hospital in New Kent, VA, until his illness.
He enjoyed playing video games, shopping, spending time with his friends and family, playing with Milo and vaping. He also loved watching his favorite football teams, the San Francisco 49ers and Ohio State Buckeyes. He would often pick with people about who lost during the week, especially if his teams won. He was known as a gentle giant.
Travis departed his life on October 19, 2018 at his home in Richmond, VA. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Willie and Teretha Weaver and Kevin and Bessie Hall; aunt, Fannie Whitfield; and Uncle Claude “Peanut” Gilliam.
Travis leaves to cherish his memories, his parents, Willie and Ambretta Weaver of Prince George, VA; brother, Timothy Hall of Colonial Heights, VA; one uncle, Calvin Hall (Uncle Bubba) of North Carolina; two aunts, Willa Weaver of Hopewell and Mary Williams of Detroit; devoted cousins, Krystal and Eric Hall; devoted friends, Mark Peppers, Jayson Lofton, Jose E. DeJesus, Clifton Richardson, Jr., Myron Green, Clarence Lane, Brad Trull, Chris Mahoney and Joe Thomas and a very devoted companion, Liyonte’ White and their very loved and spoiled furbaby, Milo, and a host of cousins, friends, coworkers and family.
A Celebration of Life will be held 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 4405 Prince George Dr., Prince George, VA. Rev. F. Lamont Gooding, pastor, will officiate.
Professional services have been entrusted to the staff of Bland & Tucker Funeral Homes, 137 Harrison St., Petersburg, VA 23803. Online condolence may
MARGARET S. WHITTLE
Margaret Stuart Whittle passed away peacefully on October 17, 2018, at her residence in the Petersburg Home for Ladies. She was ninety-six.
Margaret (known to her friends as Margee) was the daughter of the late Dr. Robert Stuart and his wife Eve. She grew up in Bluefield, West Virginia. She attended RandolphMacon Women’s College in Lynchburg and studied to be a medical technologist at the University of Virginia. There, she met her future husband Dr. Joseph P. Whittle. They were married for a span of sixty-three years, until Dr. Whittle’s death in 2007.
Margee was a homemaker and mother with extensive volunteer interests, including the Red Cross, Boy Scouts and a long tenure as a Board member of the Petersburg Home for Ladies. She was a member of St. Paul’s Church in Petersburg for over seventy years. Margee was an avid tennis player and golfer. She loved to travel. She was an active member of both the Study Club and the Poplar Lawn Garden Club.
She is survived by her three children: daughter, Margaret Stuart Whittle; two sons, Robert L. Whittle II and Joseph P. Whittle, Jr. and wife, Marti; five grandchildren: Lucy Whittle Goldstein, Lindsay Whittle Comstock, Joseph Scott Whittle, Emily Whittle Frost and Bryce Guy Norvell; and three great-grandchildren: Jane Stuart Goldstein, Caroline Crawford Whittle, and Joseph Landon Whittle.
Funeral services will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Petersburg, VA on October 29 at noon with a reception and celebration of life following at the church. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 110 Union Street, Petersburg, VA 23803 to the Joseph P. Whittle Fund for Music and the Arts; or to the Fellowship Fund c/o Petersburg Home for Ladies, 311 S. Jefferson Street, Petersburg, VA 23803 in gratitude for the love and care she received while there.
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