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06.05.15 - Eastern Shore Post
June 5, 2015
Man Fatally Shot
By Linda Cicoira
The death of an Exmore man last weekend was
ruled a homicide by the Norfolk Medical Examiner’s
Office, a spokesperson for the agency said Tuesday.
James Craig Parks, 33, of Jackson Street died
from gunshot wounds to the chest and abdomen on
May 30, according to autopsy results.
Exmore Police Chief Angelo DeMartino reported
that members of Parks’ family found his body on
Saturday afternoon. They went there after being unable to contact him. DeMartino said Parks was shot
and killed “in the early morning hours” that day.
There was no sign of a struggle at the house where
Parks lived alone. DiMartino would not say where in
the house he was killed or if a weapon was found,
since police are continuing to investigate the incident. No one has been arrested.
Police also do not believe there is a connection
with the murder of another Exmore man last February. No arrest has been made in that case either.
Three Indicted on
Dog-Theft Charges
Parks was found dead in his Exmore home.
Patient Dies in Ambulance/Star Transit Crash
By Linda Cicoira
A rescue crew was rushing
a Parksley man to the hospital
Monday when the ambulance collided with a Star Transit bus and
flipped, according to a State Police
Photo by easternshorefire.com
This Bloxom ambulance, in use by Accomack County at the time
of the crash, would cost about $180,000 to replace.
The patient, Douglas R. McCready, 60, of the 24400 block of
Parksley Road died at the scene.
The ambulance driver, 38-yearold Peter Surran of Exmore, was
charged with failure to obey a
traffic signal
Sgt. Michelle Anaya said the
2013 Chevy ambulance driven by
Surran was going south on Lankford Highway at about 3:45 p.m.
with lights and siren activated
when it went through a red light
at the Route 180 (Wachapreague
Road) intersection in Keller.
The ambulance, which is owned
by the Bloxom Volunteer Fire
Company, struck a 2013 Ford Star
(Continued on Page 3)
By Linda Cicoira
Three animal activists were indicted Monday by
an Accomack grand jury on felony counts of stealing
a dog from a Hopeton man’s yard last January.
Charlene Boyajian, 45, and Bettina Cuce Rodriquez, 39, both of Virginia Beach, and Gordon “Shotgun” A. Shell, 45, a former mixed martial arts fighter
from Detroit, Mich., are accused of the larceny.
In April, Daniel Melendez, testified in General District Court that he did not give permission for his pit
bull, Chico, to be taken to Virginia Beach. The dog was
tied to a tree and has not been seen by Melendez since.
A neighbor, Sandy Mears, said the dog would have
“starved to death” had she not stepped up. She testified that she and her future daughter-in-law, Courtney Chelo, delivered Chico to a convenience store in
Virginia Beach on Jan. 11, 2015, so the dog could be
provided with a “good home.” They said they were
unable to tell the court who the new owner was.
Horace Hall, another neighbor, said he saw the
defendants take Chico and put him in a crate in the
back of a U-haul truck.
“I stopped because I knew that dog did not belong
to them,” Hall testified. “I … asked if they had permission to take the guy’s dog.” He said the man who
had gotten in back of the truck began to bang on the
wall and yelled that they needed to go.
Sgt. Anthony Bright of Accomack County Sheriff’s
Office (ACSO) gave information about the case to the
grand jury.
In another case, Custis Ames Jr., 25, with addresses on Holly Ridge Drive in Melfa and Peach Street in
Cape Charles, was indicted on two counts of abuse
and neglect of a child and a count of felony eluding
on Feb. 28. Court records state Ames drove at speeds
up to 90 miles an hour with two small children unsecured in the car.
“I could hear children crying,” wrote Cpl. E.J. Nottingham of ACSO. “I observed a 4-year-old male in the
front passenger seat, not in a child seat or seat belt and
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Top Northampton Tax Scofflaws Named
By Linda Cicoira
As tax day dawns today in Accomack County, nearly $646,756 worth
of Northampton real-estate and personal-property tax bills due for 2009
through 2014 are delinquent. That’s
according to a post made this week to
the county treasurer’s website, www.
About $506,630 in real-estate tax
bills and $140,125 in personal-property levies remain unpaid.
The total has risen $212,156 over
comparable lists that were on the site
about two years ago. The tallies do not
include penalties or interest. They are
updated on the last day of each month
and are then posted on the website
within the next couple of days.
The majority of unpaid real-estate
tax debts ($220,815) is for taxes due
for tax year 2014.
The top real-estate tax evader is
Landmark Holdings US, LLC, which
is owned by Nimrod Kristain Tavi of
New York, N.Y. That debt is $32,829
for 2014. Landmark Holdings also owes $10,564 for 2013.
Second on the 2014 delinquent
real-estate list is Baymark Construction Corporation, owned by Richard
(Dickie) Foster of Virginia Beach. He
also owns Bay Creek, LLC, which is
fifth. For tax year 2014, Baymark owes
$16,120. Bay Creek owes $8,881. For
2013, Baymark tops the list and owes
$13,167. Bay Creek, LLC is second for
2013 and owes nearly $12,400.
The two also top the delinquent
real-estate tax list for 2011 and 2012.
Baymark owes $17,685 and Bay Creek
owes $15,876 for 2012. For the previous year, Bay Creek owes $14,396 and
Baymark owes $12,005. The total debt
for both companies is $110,530.
MBM Development I, LLC is third
on the 2014 delinquent real-estate tax
and owes $16,054. The company’s principals are Michael and Beverly Moss of
Midlothian, Va. MBM also owes $4,863
for tax year 2013.
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~ Collision ~ (Continued From Front Page)
Transit bus, “causing the ambulance
to lose control and overturn several
times,” Anaya said.
Surran and two other squad members, who were not identified, suffered
non-life threatening injuries. The bus
did not have any passengers at the time
of the crash, the sergeant said. Jeanne
K. Moore, 52, of Pungoteague, was driving the bus and was not injured.
A State Police reconstruction team
was called to the scene to investigate,
Anaya reported. “Currently the accident is still under investigation and
charges are pending after consultation
with the Commonwealth Attorney’s
Bloxom Fire Chief Jody Bagwell said
he is waiting for an insurance adjust-
er to estimate damages to the ambulance. Replacement would cost about
$180,000 without equipment. The ambulance was staffed with county public
safety workers when it crashed.
Bagwell said the company has only one working ambulance now since
another vehicle also needs repair. “It
will have a little bit of an impact on us.
We’ll just have to rely on mutual aid,”
he said.
Star Transit attorney Mary Gayle
Holden declined to comment on the
cost of damages to the bus.
Eastern Shore 9-1-1 Director Jeff
Flournoy reported that units from
Melfa, Onancock, Parksley, Painter,
Wachapreague and Onley responded
to the scene.
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~ Indictments ~
(Continued From Front Page)
a 1-year-old female in the rear seat behind driver, also no child seat or seat belt.”
Ames had a gun under the seat, the
report states. Nottingham wrote there
was a strong odor of alcohol. “He told
me he had a few beers earlier.”
Norris Beasley, 23, of Onancock was
indicted on two counts of assault and battery of a police officer. The crimes allegedly occurred March 13 and involved Deputies B. Davis and L.N. Higgins of ACSO.
Tanisha Renee Hamsley, also known
as Tanisha Hemsley, 29, of Madam C.J.
Walker Lane in Exmore was indicted
on three counts of passing bad checks
for a total of about $865 on Sept. 26,
2014. Investigator Patrick Coulter of
ACSO handled the case.
Tanisha Ayanna Jacobs, 38, of Wall
Street in Garnerville, N.Y., was indicted on a charge of possessing cocaine on
April 9. Onley Police Officer Joel Addison investigated.
Nicholas Daniel Kennedy, 28, of Tarr
Lane on Chincoteague was indicted on a
count of possessing cocaine on June 12,
2014. Sgt. K.A. Reese of Chincoteague
Police Department (CPD) investigated.
Joel Nathaniel Miller, 24, of Bethel
Church Road in Bloxom was indicted on
a count of distributing between a halfounce and five pounds of marijuana on
June 30, 2014. Chip Little of Eastern
Shore Drug Task Force investigated.
Travis Shreaves, 22, of East Side
Road on Chincoteague was indicted on
a count of receiving a stolen 2013 Honda 400EX four-wheeler between Dec.
15, 2014, and Jan 1, 2015. Nottingham
Travis Staub, 23, of Hallwood Road
in Hallwood was indicted on a count of
possessing cocaine Nov. 20, 2014. Deputy J. Sharp of ACSO investigated.
Mindy Marie Sanyang, 40, of Serenity Lane on Chincoteague was indicted
on charges of passing bad checks for
$1,133.34 on Dec. 1, 2014, and $354 on
Dec. 16, 2014. Officer J. Thomas of CPD
Michael Ryan Williams, 24, of Locustville Road in Onley was indicted
on counts of burglary and grand larceny in connection with crimes at the
home of Henry Nicholson of Parksley
Nov. 25, 2014. Parksley Police Officer
W. Glenn investigated.
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Ground water is the sole source of
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The June 16 Central Accomack
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The summit also will explore other topics crucial to understanding
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Participants will learn where their
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The Eastern Shore of Virginia
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June 16, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Metompkin Elementary School at 24501 Parksley Road in Parksley.
Britt McMillan, consulting hydrogeologist to the Eastern Shore Ground
Water Committee, and Curt Smith, director of planning for the AccomackNorthampton Planning District Commission, will conduct the summit and
respond to questions from the audience. There will be ample opportunity for participation from local government officials and the public.
This event is the fourth in a series
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Court Postings
By Linda Cicoira
Accomack Circuit Court
A Melfa man was sentenced to
three years in prison in Accomack Circuit Court last week for stealing from
Walmart in Onley.
All but time served was suspended for Marcus Lacurtis Joynes, 34, of
Kilmontown Road in Melfa, who committed the offense Sept. 21, 2014.
Byron Maurice Mears, 26, of Boston
Road in Painter will not be prosecuted
on a charge of selling cocaine on Sept.
18, 2013, according to a document filed
by the commonwealth attorney’s office
Monday. The record states the office no
longer has evidence against Mears.
Jacob Adam Lucas, 24, of Phillips
Drive in Melfa pleaded guilty to petty
larceny in a plea bargain. He was given a 60-day suspended sentence. Lucas
initially was charged with two counts of
grand larceny in connection with April
12, 2014, incidents. One charge was not
prosecuted and the other was reduced.
He also was ordered to make restitution
of nearly $273 to Arthur Joynes.
Accomack District Court
Gregory Robinson, 20, of Jay Drive
in New Church was arrested this week
on a charge of knowingly possessing
child pornography on Dec. 21, 2014,
according to documents filed in Accomack General District Court.
He was arrested Monday and released on a $5,000 unsecured bond.
Northampton District Court
Riot charges were brought against
several young men in Cape Charles last
week and involved another man being
attacked, according to records filed in
Northampton General District Court.
Officer Jacob Leuer of Cape Charles
Police Department investigated the
May 25 incidents.
Keymal Jamar Custis, 20, of Washington Avenue in Cape Charles and
Darnell Shaquelle Custis, also known
as Donnell Custis, 21, of Fisher Court
in Cheriton were charged with directing or inciting other persons who participated in a riot to acts of force and
violence, conspiracy to incite a riot, assault and battery of Keith White by a
mob and assault and battery of White.
Javonte Washington, 18, of Mead-
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Ellis, 21, of Willow Oak Road in Cape
Charles were charged with conspiracy
to incite a riot, mob assault and assault
and battery of White. Unsecured bond
was set at $5,000 for Washington. Secured bond of $1,000 was set for Ellis.
Jamal Stratton, 20, of Jackie Drive
in Cape Charles was charged with directing or inciting other persons to riot, assault and battery and assault and
battery of White by a mob. Bond was
set at $5,000 unsecured.
In an unrelated case, Khalil Ambadge Upshur, 20, of Seaside Road in
Machipongo was charged with stealing
property belonging to Anzhane Corbin
on Nov. 18, 2014. Officer J.K. Brady
of Exmore Police Department (EPD)
Daniel Hopkins Parkerson Jr., 36, of
Oakland Drive in Exmore was charged
with knowingly making a written
“threat to kill or do bodily injury to another person, which placed that person
in reasonable apprehension of death
or bodily injury” last week. Officer G.J.
Rippon of EPD investigated. Parkerson, who was arrested May 27, is being
held without bond.
Stephon Dante Edwards, 19, of Moses Court in Exmore and Hakeem Jamal Berry, 18, of Johnson Town Road in
Birdsnest were charged with being in a
mob to maliciously cause bodily injury
to Tra’Quan Spady with intent to maim
disable, disfigure or kill. Both men are
seniors in high school. Secured bond was
set at $5,000 for Edwards and $3,500 for
Berry. The alleged incident occurred on
May 16; arrests were made May 22. Sgt
S.C. Kellam of the Northampton County Sheriff’s Office investigated. Edwards
also was charged with a misdemeanor
count of brandishing a firearm.
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6 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
Accomack Working To
Remove Derelict Structures
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Accomack County has included
funding for the removal of derelict
structures in its 2016 budget, but the
county is expecting a partnership with
Waste Watchers to help accelerate removal of a building before the program
officially begins.
The county had received complaints
about a derelict building at the corner
Nocks Landing Road and Lankford
In early April, Interim Building Official Mark Bowden contacted the property’s caretaker, Alvin Thomas, to see if
he would be willing to place the building and debris into a dumpster if one
were furnished. Thomas agreed.
County Public Works Department
Director Stewart Hall and Deputy Director Greg Duncan worked to have a
dumpster placed at the site and made
arrangements for transportation to
and from the landfill.
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for emptying the dumpster — were
the last remaining piece, and that is
where Waste Watchers stepped up.
The group, which advocates for responsible waste disposal and is a local affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, pledged $600 toward the cost of
tipping fees to dispose of the debris at
the county landfill.
Marilyn Ailes, president of Waste
Watchers, said, “Waste Watchers is
pleased to participate in this first effort
of a derelict removal program. So much
of our economy is based on our beauty
and our clean water; we invite everyone
to help us preserve our Shore.”
During the last week in April, Duncan and Bowden coordinated with
Thomas to place the dumpster onsite
and begin the clean-up effort. Over the
course of a week, the materials were
loaded into the dumpster and three
dumpster loads were transported to
the landfill for proper disposal. Work
was completed on April 30.
“Since this property is located at
a traffic signal, and across the street
from Arcadia Middle and High School,
it is a very welcome sight to see the debris removed and the property cleanedup,” said Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Reneta Major.
She said it could not have happened without all parties involved. “I
would like to thank Mr. Thomas, Waste
Watchers, County Public Works, and
Building and Zoning staff for their efforts in making this improvement effort happen,” Major said. “What impresses me most about this effort is
that it was done cooperatively and it
took a great deal of coordination and
For additional details on derelict
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Derelict structure at intersection of
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8 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
Community Exmore Says ‘No’ to PSA
As part of Clean
the Bay Day, WasteOnancock Watchers of the Eastern Shore (an Affiliate
of Keep America Beautiful) is sponsoring a cleanup of Airport Drive west of Melfa. The pick-up will be Saturday,
June 6, from 9 a.m. to noon. Vests and
gloves will be provided. Everyone is
invited to help.
If you have questions, call Marilyn
Ailes at 824-0608.
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of Richmond, Va., for the
Wallops Island Fire Station
construction project for a contract
of $5,989,000.
The contractor will build a
16,900-square-foot Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Silver
Fire Station on the north end of Wallops Island. The project includes the
demolition of existing facilities, installation of a precast concrete pile footing
system, miscellaneous site work, and
construction of stormwater retention
ponds. In addition, work includes exterior construction of precast concrete
panels, glass and metal storefront and
curtain wall systems, pre-engineered
metal trusses with metal roofing panels, installation of coiling overhead
doors and various mechanical and
electrical systems, and completion of
interior architectural finishes.
Councilman Fred
By Ron
Town Council accepted applications for
the seat over the past month
and voted 5-0 this week to select
Mary Mears to complete Diggs’
term until the May 2016 elections.
Council also discussed the FY16
budget and scheduled a work session
on it for June 17 at 7 p.m.
By Ron West
Exmore Town Council gave a resounding “no” to plans by the county’s
Public Service Authority (PSA) to install a wastewater line from the area
south of Cheriton to the wastewater facility in Cape Charles.
The PSA originally investigated
plans for wastewater lines in the Nassawadox–Exmore area, referred to
as the Northern Node, and a smaller
Southern Node in the Cheriton area.
Costs for each node were in the millions, beyond the assets of the county,
which devised a tax structure to cover
the costs. As projected costs for property
owners were provided, fewer and fewer
expressed a desire to receive the service.
County resident David Boyd urged
council to oppose any pipeline in the
county due to the high cost. He spoke
of earlier meetings during which the
vast majority of speakers opposed the
project, while the town leaders of Cape
Charles saw it as a way to help pay for
its wastewater facility.
Silver Beach resident Bob Meyers
stated that the Board of Supervisors’
efforts to push the project forward and
the excessive tax that would fund it
were unfair to the majority of county
residents. He added that the engineering and surveying company of Hurt &
Proffitt stands to make a large windfall
if the planned project were built.
Debbie Campbell likewise said she
does not support the PSA’s plan. She
urged council to send a resolution to the
Board of Supervisors opposing the plan.
Wardtown resident Ken Dufty spoke
at length on the need to end funding for
the PSA’s wastewater project. He tied
the pumping of treated wastewater overboard in Cape Charles to the loss of water
in the aquifer, which would put the county at risk of a water shortage. “When the
water is gone, we can’t get it back,” Dufty
stated, noting that PSA policies mandate
that in order for it to be disbanded, all
parties must agree to do so.
Taylor Dukes, the Exmore representative to the PSA, noted that he and
the representative from Cheriton were
the only members of the PSA who voted not to continue the Southern Node
project. He asked council to provide direction on his future votes on the matter, after which council voted 6-0 to oppose the Southern Node project.
Town Manager Robert Duer reported that town finances continue to be on
solid ground.
He said Virginia Department of
Transportation plans to pave Main
Street, but it is the responsibility of the
town to add the proposed crosswalks
at Westview Avenue and in the area of
the Yellow Duck Café.
Police Chief Angelo DiMartino reported that income from traffic citations continues to increase, with the
total for the past fiscal year exceeding
Council voted unanimously to allow additional broadband antennas on
the town’s water tank. The applicant
agreed to pay the town $2,500 per year
for the use.
Torch Run To Pass Through Shore Towns June 10
The Virginia Law Enforcement
Torch Run benefiting Special Olympics
Virginia will pass through the Shore
Wednesday, June 10, as runners make
their way to Richmond to kick off the
Special Olympics Virginia 2015 Summer Games on June 12-13.
The Eastern Shore run will begin on Chincoteague Island at 8
a.m. and will pass through several
towns (see sidebar at right) before
handing off the torch to the Virginia
Beach region to continue its track to
Beginning at seven points across
the commonwealth, from June 5
through June 11, more than 2,000
officers will carry the Special Olympics Flame of Hope more than 2,000
At 10 a.m. June 12, officers from
the Metro Richmond area will gather
at a final-leg ceremony at the State
Capitol, and from there, more than
75 local law-enforcement officers, including those from the Eastern Shore,
will run the Torch Run Final Leg into
the University of Richmond’s Robins
At 8 p.m., officers will pass the
Flame of Hope to a Special Olympics
athlete, who then will light the new
Olympic Cauldron and officially open
this year’s Summer Games.
Now in its 30th year, the Virginia Law Enforcement Torch Run,
presented by SunTrust and Enterprise, has raised more than $17 million for Special Olympics Virginia,
including a record-breaking $1.15
million this year.
For more information about the
Eastern Shore region (Region 13)
Torch Run route, or if you would like
to join the officers in this run on June
10, visit www.torchrunva.com In addition, everyone is invited to cheer on
the officers as they make their way
through town.
If you would like to join the June
4 Run, or if you would like to volunteer to help the Torch Run committee with fundraising on the Shore,
please contact Investigator Terry A. Thomas of the Northampton
County Sheriff ’s Office. Call Thomas at 678-0495 or email [email protected]
•8 a.m. – Chincoteague - 1.7 miles - start
@ Town Center: end @ USCG station
•9:15 a.m. – Accomac - 0.5 mile start @ Shore Stop, Lankford Hwy.;
end @ old SunTrust Bank
•9:50 a.m. – Onancock - 0.4 mile - start
@ wharf docks; end @ SunTrust Bank
•10:15 a.m. – Onley - 0.2 mile - start
in parking lot behind Royal Farms;
end @ Peebles
•10:50 a.m. – Exmore - 1 mile - start
@ former Fresh Pride; end @ Vocational Center
•12:45 p.m. – Eastville - 0.8 mile high school to court complex; end @
Eastville Inn
•1:25 p.m. – Cheriton - 0.4 mile start @ town parking lot; end @ SunTrust Bank
•1:50 p.m. – Cape Charles - 1.2 miles
- start @ Bay & Washington; end @
•2:35 p.m. – CBBT North - 1 mile start @ North Toll Plaza; end @ scenic overlook
•3:20pm – CBBT South - 0.6 mile start @ Shore Drive overpass; end @
Pleasure House
Runners welcome for any or all legs
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 9
ing sessions that build capacity for engaging students in meaningful watershed education and restoration projects. Local teachers and community
groups will partner to provide elementary school students with experiences
that will affect their long-term connection with the coastal watershed and instill a stewardship ethic. This project
will ultimately develop the infrastructure needed for community based watershed education on the Shore.
Parker Bushman
Awarded $10,000 Grant
Toyota and the National Audubon
Society announced that a Toyota TogetherGreen Fellowship award will be
given to an Accomack County-based
environmental educator.
After a competitive nationwide selection
Parker McMullen
Bushman was selected to receive a
grant of $10,000 to
initiate a project
that will improve
watershed health
through education,
job training and
conservation projects.
Parker, the adult and family education coordinator for the Chincoteague
Bay Field Station, plans to use her fellowship to launch a project that will
empower teachers, students and individuals on the Eastern Shore to be
stewards of coastal waterways. Coastal
Watershed Alliance (CWA) will bring
together organizations to support
teachers and students in water conservation goals.
CWA will implement environmental education and conservation projects that increase student awareness
about their place in the watershed and
promote their ability to make informed
decisions that impact environmental
and water quality. CWA will also engage Shore teachers in professional development opportunities and mentor-
From left are Aquarius Ross, Marty Sutton, and Nyerah Hope.
Aquarius Ross, Nyerah
Hope Earn Scholarship
The Arcadia High School African
American Alumni Association awarded
Aquarius Ross of Oak Hall and Nyerah
Hope of Parksley $1,000 college scholarships Thursday, May 14, at the Senior Banquet and Awards Ceremony at
the school.
Arcadia High School African American Alumni Association spokesman
Marty Sutton said Ross’ and Hope’s selection was based on academic achievement, impressive written essays and
their commitment to wanting to give
back to the community.
“Both recipients are bright and
talented young ladies who we know
will make us proud with this scholarship and who will some day do great
things,” Sutton said.
Ross graduated with a grade point
average of 3.83 and will be attending Christopher Newport University,
where she plans to double major in accounting and psychology.
Hope graduated with a grade point
average of 3.6 and will be attending
George Mason University, where she
will study biology. She hopes to become
a pediatrician.
Caroline Marshall Named
Top 9-1-1 Officer
From left are Amy Betit, Haydon
Rochester and Sue Mastyl of the
winning Bear and Cub team.
Reigning Spell Rite
Champs Repeat
Results are in for the 14th annual
Spell Rite to benefit the Eastern Shore
Literacy Council: the reigning champions, The New Bear and Cub, retained
their crown in a spell-down that lasted well past dessert, served at Eastern
Shore Yacht and Country Club.
First-time team, the Broadwater
Berserkers (Ally Tarwater, Michele
Whitaker, Sarah Thompson), went the
distance but finally succumbed to the
Bear and Cub team, featuring Haydon
Rochester, Amy Betit, and Sue Mastyl.
Other teams who put their spelling
skills on the line for a good cause included The Wanna-Bees (Carol Vaughn,
Malissa Watterson, Susan Parker), The
Tutor Dynasty (Earl B. Frederick, Pat
McArdle, Susan Morey), The Rite Reverends (Katherine Moore, Rev. Monica
Gould, Rev. Rebecca McGee) and The
Graduates (Jason Baldwin, Jeffrey
Steward, Dr. Nancy Lewin).
As always, Dr. Carla Savage-Wells
emceed the event, and Dr. Jeanne Roll
was the judge. Sponsors provided many
items for the silent and live auctions.
Kate Moran Earns
Degree from Emory
Kate West Moran received her bachelor of arts degree summa cum laude
from Emory University on May 11 with
a double major in middle Eastern and
South Asian studies and Arabic. She is
the first individual to receive a degree
in Arabic from Emory.
As a Phi Beta Kappa member, she
was awarded the Continuing Excellence Scholarship for outstanding
leadership and service.
Moran is the daughter of Kevin and
Susan West Moran of St. Michaels,
Md., and the granddaughter of Bill and
Priscilla West of Nelsonia.
During National Telecommunica­
tors Week this
April, Communi­ca­
tions Officer Car­
oline Marshall was
recognized as the
Eastern Shore of
Virginia 9-1-1 Commission Communications Officer of
the Year for 2014.
A 9-1-1 communications officer since 2012, Marshall
was nominated by her co-workers and
then selected to receive the award by a
committee of fire and Emergency Medical Services officials from both Accomack and Northampton counties.
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at 789-7681 or e-mailed to
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the Eastern Shore
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11am - 3pm
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spring roll, choice of pork,
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10 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
ter Courthouse, Va. Born on Tangier Island, she was
the daughter of
the late John AlMiss Amy “Augusta” Parks, 94, len Parks and Minof Onancock, formerly of Parksley, nie Pruitt Parks.
died Friday, May
Mrs. Edwards was
22, 2015, at the
a quality controller
Hermitage on the
at the former ParkEastern Shore in
sley Shirt FactoMrs. Edwards
ry. She was a talBorn and reared
ented seamstress, and was known for
in Parksley, she
her generous hospitality. She attended
was a daughter of
the former New Testament Church in
the late Dr. PresDeep Creek, where she was very acton Dix Parks and
tive. Mrs. Edwards was a devoted and
Margaret Upshur
loving wife, mother, and grandmother.
Miss Parks
Nottingham Parks.
Her contagious smile and loving nature will be greatly missed. A graduate of ParkMrs. Edwards was predeceased by
sley High School, she received her
teaching degree from Longwood Uni- her husband, Woodrow Wilson Edversity. Miss Parks began her career wards; a son, Woodrow Allen Edwards;
as the English and foreign-language and two brothers, Thomas and Everett
teacher at Parksley High School. After Parks. Survivors include her daughmany years of teaching French, she be- ters, JoAnn Keenan (and husband,
gan working as an elementary school Derek) of Colorado Springs, Colo., and
librarian, sharing her great passion for Joan Miles (and husband, Donald) of
reading. Miss Parks loved animals, es- Gloucester Point, Va.; daughter-in-law,
pecially cats, and was a lifelong mem- Shirley Bundick Edwards of Onancock;
ber of Grace United Methodist Church. four granddaughters; four great-grandShe is survived by her niece, Patty sons; and four great-granddaughters.
Hand Nuttall (and husband, Steve) of
Funeral services were conducted
Eden, Md.; nephew, Frank John Hand at Williams-Onancock Funeral Home
(and wife, Yvette) of Colorado Springs, Thursday, May 28, by Mr. Derek KeenColo.; and several great-nieces and an. Interment was in Fairview Lawn
great-nephews. She was predeceased Cemetery, with Dr. Klyne Snodgrass
by a sister, Julia Parks Hand; and two officiating. brothers, Vonley Nottingham Parks
Memorial donations may be made to
and Preston Dix Parks.
Onancock Volunteer Fire Department,
Funeral services were conducted c/o David Mason, 24311 Bailey Neck
at Williams-Onancock Funeral Home Dr., Onancock, VA 23417. Memory tribThursday, May 28, by Dr. Derek Keenan. utes may be shared with the family at
Interment was in Fairview Lawn Ceme- www.williamsfuneralhomes.com
tery, with Dr. Klyne Snodgrass officiating.
Memorial donations may be made to
Grace United Methodist Church, P.O.
Virginia Potter Kellam Mullikin,
Box 156, Parksley, VA 23421. Memory 87, of Friendswood, Texas, passed away
tributes may be shared with the family Monday, May 25, 2015, at The Cottages
at www.williamsfuneralhomes.com
at Clear Lake in League City, Texas.
Arrangements were made by WilA native of Belle Haven, she was the
liams-Parksley Funeral Home.
daughter of the late Harvey Haywood
Kellam, DDS and Lelia Ward Kellam.
She retired from Lockheed Martin
Mrs. Irene Parks Edwards, 93, Aerospace. She was a former member
a resident of Riverside Convales- of Belle Haven Presbyterian Church
cent Center in Saluda, Va., formerly and was a true Southern lady.
of Northside Chesconnessex, passed
She is survived by her cousins, Anne
away, Saturday, May 23, 2015, at River- Ward Fenton of Midlothian, Va., and
side Walter Reed Hospital in Glouces- Nancy Floyd Gibb of Belle Haven; and
Retired Teacher Dies
Belle Haven Native Dies
Tangier Native Dies
a special friend, Vanessa Blanchard of
Houston, Texas. She was predeceased
by a friend, Jackie Blanchard.
A graveside service was held Saturday, May 30, at Belle Haven Cemetery,
with Rev. Jack Pruitt officiating.
Memorial donations may be made
to a charity of one’s choice. Online condolences may be sent to the family at
Arrangements were made by Doughty Funeral Home in Exmore.
‘Bread Man’ Passes Away
Mr. David Lee Lewis, 84, of Onley
passed away Monday, May 25, 2015, at
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.
Born in Onley, he was the son of the
late John Stanley Lewis and Thelma
Elizabeth Lewis. Known as the “Bread
Man,” Mr. Lewis retired from Sunbeam
Bread after 39 years. He served in the
Army in the 31st Infantry Division
during the Korean Conflict and was
a charter member of Onley Volunteer
Fire Department, where he had served
as past fire chief and rescue captain.
He was also a member of Drummondtown Baptist Church, where he had
been a deacon and trustee.
Mr. Lewis was predeceased by his
wife, Anna Melson Lewis. He is survived by a son-in-law, Edward N. Ware
of Lynchburg, Va.; and a grandson,
Mac Ware. He was preceded in death
by a daughter, Lee Lewis Ware.
A funeral service was held Saturday, May 3, at Drummondtown Baptist Church in Accomac, with Rev. Will
Baker and Dr. Arnold Fleagle officiating. Interment was in Edgehill Cemetery in Accomac.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Drummondtown Baptist
Church, P.O. Box 282, Accomac, VA
23301; or Onley Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 427, Onley, VA 23418.
To sign the guest book online, visit
Arrangements were made by Thornton Funeral Home in Parksley.
Pocomoke Man Dies
Mr. Edward Singleton, 78, of Pocomoke City, Md., died there Wednesday, May 27, 2015.
A funeral service will be conducted Saturday, June 6, at 11 a.m. at
Friendship United Methodist Church
in Wattsville. There will be a viewing
tonight, June 5, from 6 to 8 at Bennie
Smith Funeral Home in Pocomoke and
one hour before tomorrow’s service. Interment will be in Trinity United Methodist Church Cemetery in Pocomoke.
Tangier Resident Dies
Mrs. Rita Johanna Dize, 90, of
Tangier Island, went to be with the Lord
Thursday, May 28, 2015, from her home.
A daughter of
the late Domenico
and Lucretia Fasano Fanto, she was
a retired insurance
claims auditor and
a member of Swain
Memorial United
Methodist Church,
Mrs. Dize
where she was active in the Women’s Prayer Band.
Her husband, Earl Franklin Dize,
preceded her in death in 1991. She
is survived by several nieces and
A memorial service was held Sunday, May 31, at Swain Memorial United Methodist Church, with Rev. John
Flood officiating.
Memorial donations may be sent to
Swain Memorial U.M. Church, Tangier, VA 23440. To send condolences, visit
Arrangements were made by Bradshaw & Sons Funeral Home, Crisfield, Md.
CBBT Retiree Dies
Mr. John Waverly Spence, 68, of
Birdsnest passed
May 30, 2015, at
his residence.
A native of Exmore, he was the
son of the late Irving W. and Dorothy Bailey Spence.
He was a retired
operator for the
Mr. Spence
Bridge and Tunnel District. He was
a U.S. Army veteran and served in
Vietnam. His unit, the Mud Rats US1-18 529 14602, in 1968 was exposed
to Agent Orange. His export helicopter was shot down and he was MIA for
three days. He spent 18 months at the
Walter Reed Hospital in Washington,
D.C., and received the Purple Heart.
That war did not destroy his kind and
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 11
gentle soul. We are proud to call him
our dad and grandfather.
Mr. Spence is survived by his wife,
Jean Clark Spence; children, John
Wesley Spence (and companion, Susan Kellam) of Nassawadox, William
Shawn Spence (and wife, Heather) of
Oyster, Terry Talbott Kelly (and husband, Richard) of Parksley, Roy “Billy” Talbott of Birdsnest, John Thomas
Talbott (and wife, Donna) of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Louis Wayne Talbott
(and wife, Brenda) of Pungoteague; 12
grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother,
I. Thomas Spence; and a daughter, Cindy “Dee Dee” Churn.
A graveside service with Military
Honors was conducted Wednesday,
June 3, at Fairview Lawn Cemetery,
with Rev. Jack D. Pruitt officiating.
Memorial donations may be made to
POW/MIA, c/o American Legion Charities, P.O. Box 361626, Indianapolis, IN
46236; or SPCA Animal Shelter, P.O.
Box 164, Onley, VA 23418. Online condolences may be sent to the family at
Arrangements were made by Doughty Funeral Home in Exmore.
New Church Native Dies
Mrs. Janice Taylor Wimbrow, 75,
passed away peacefully at her home
Saturday, May 30, 2015.
Born in New Church, she was the
daughter of the late Aedron Taylor
and Mildred Burton Wessells. Mrs.
Wimbrow spent most of her life on the
Eastern Shore of Virginia, but lived
in College Park, Md., from 1976 until
1992. She always loved children and
worked as a school-bus driver and daycare teacher. She also enjoyed jazzercise and family vacations to the Outer
Banks of North Carolina. A defining
moment in her life occurred in 1989
when an accident left her a paraplegic. Never one to feel sorry for herself,
she always found a way to overcome
her circumstance and taught everyone
who knew her about strength, bravery
and perseverance in the face of unfortunate obstacles.
When Mrs. Wimbrow returned to
the Shore, she enjoyed being close to
family and friends, and being a member of and volunteer for Downing’s
United Methodist Church. She volunteered as a member of the Ladies’ Aux-
iliary for New Church Volunteer Fire
Department and also raised money for
the March of Dimes. Mrs. Wimbrow
loved her home, especially watching
the hummingbirds in their yard and
listening to her many wind chimes.
Mrs. Wimbrow is survived by her
husband of nearly 40 years, William
“Geedie” Wimbrow III; sons, Billy Tapman (and wife, Karen), Jay Tapman
(and wife, Crystal), Rickie Tapman
(and wife, Tracy) and Toby Tapman
(and wife, Cathy); daughters, Wendy
Maynor (and husband, Jeff) and Anne
Sparkman (and husband, Steve); brothers, Billy Taylor, Michael Brittingham
(and wife, Rhonda) and Steve Brittingham (and wife, Linda); 15 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
The family would like to thank everyone who has been so supportive of
Mrs. Wimbrow over many years, especially Jeanne Burton, Marlene Hickman and Myra Rantz.
A memorial service will be held on
Saturday, June 6, at 2 p.m. at Downing’s United Methodist Church in Oak
Hall, with Rev. Donald Blagg and Rev.
Albert Crockett officiating. The family
will receive friends one hour prior to
the service at the church.
Memorial donations may be made to
Downing’s United Methodist Church,
P.O. Box 177, Oak Hall, VA 23416; or Hospice and Palliative Care of the Eastern
Shore, 165 Market St., Suite 3, Onancock,
VA 23417. To sign the guest book online,
visit www.thorntonfuneralhome.net
Arrangements were made by Thornton Funeral Home in Parksley.
Exmore Man Passes Away
Mr. James Craig Parks, 33, of Exmore passed away Saturday, May 30,
2015, at his residence.
A native of Exmore, he was the son
of Harley David Parks Sr. and Ethel Barrett Parks of Exmore. He was a
truck-racing enthusiast.
In addition to his parents, survivors
include his daughter, Brianna Renea
Parks of Deep Creek; brothers, Harley
David Parks Jr. (and companion, Tina
Shelton) of Exmore and Richard Smith
Parks (and wife, Brooke) of Exmore;
and nephews, Colin McHan, Caleb
McHan and S.J. Parks, all of Exmore.
He was predeceased by an infant son,
James Craig Parks Jr.
Funeral services will be conducted
Sunday, June 7, at 2 p.m. at Doughty
Funeral Home in Exmore by Rev. Rob
Kelly. Interment will follow in Belle
Haven Cemetery.
Online condolences may be sent to the
family at www.doughtyfuneralhome.com
Retired Bookkeeper Dies
Mrs. Lavinia Ashby Joynes, 89,
of Painter passed away Sunday, May
31, 2015, at Riverside Shore Memorial
Hospital in Nassawadox.
A native of Belle Haven, she was the
daughter of the late Samuel and Mattie Killmon Ashby. She was a graduate
of James Madison University, retired
bookkeeper for Kellam Distributing
Company and member of Painter Garrison United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Joynes was predeceased by
her husband of 60 years, Arthur West
Joynes. She is survived by her children, Edie J. Killmon (and husband,
Bruce) of Eastville, Marcy J. Ward (and
husband, Chris) of Southside Chesconnessex, Arthur W. Joynes Jr. (and
wife, Cindy) of Accomac and Robert A.
Joynes (and wife, Kathy) of Painter;
grandchildren, Maria, David, Adam,
April, Heather, Shannon, Jason and
Melissa; and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted
Saturday, June 6, at 2 p.m. at Painter
Garrison United Methodist Church by
Reverends Donna and Steve Doan. Interment will be private in Belle Haven
Memorial donations may be made
to Painter Garrison United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 522, Painter, VA
23420. Online condolences may be sent
to www.doughtyfuneralhome.com
Arrangements were made by Doughty Funeral Home in Exmore.
Shore MD’s Father Dies
Mr. William J. Scott, 96, died
peacefully Sunday, May 31, 2015.
Born in Baltimore, Md., he was the
son of the late Dr. William J. Scott
and Florence Upshur, both natives of
Northampton County. His family has
resided on the Eastern Shore of Virginia for many generations.
He grew up in Grosse Pointe, Mich.,
and graduated from Grosse Pointe
High School in 1938. He came back to
Virginia to attend Washington and Lee
University, receiving his bachelor’s degree in May of 1942. Upon graduation,
he enlisted in the U.S. Navy as an ensign and completed his service in February of 1946 as a senior lieutenant.
Mr. Scott married Roberta Billups, of
Mobile, Ala., on Dec. 29, 1942. He was
hired by the accounting firm of Price
Waterhouse, passed his CPA exam in
1950 and had his own accounting firm
for over 30 years. During those years,
he and his wife lived in Grosse Pointe
and raised their three children. Every
summer he would return with his family on vacation to visit the Shore.
During his career, Mr. Scott was an
active member of the Michigan CPA
Association, serving as chairman of
the Membership Committee and chairman of Relations with Attorneys. He
was also a member of the Federal Tax
Committee for 18 years before his retirement to Hendersonville, N.C.
His wife, Roberta, passed away
on March 19, 1974. He later married
Ruth Bailey of Charlotte, N.C. A lifelong Presbyterian, Mr. Scott was very
involved in Grosse Pointe Memorial
Church as an elder, treasurer and captain of the ushering team. Following
his retirement, he served as a judge
of the North Carolina Mums Society,
which he thoroughly enjoyed. His last
years were spent at a retirement community in Charlotte, N.C.
Mr. Scott also was predeceased by
his wife, Ruth, who passed away this
past August. He is survived by his children, Margaret S. Bonneau, of Columbus, Ohio, William J. Scott (and wife,
Jacki) of Grosse Pointe Farms and
Dr. David Scott (and wife, Andrea) of
Eastville; nine grandchildren; and 14
A graveside service is planned for
Saturday, June 6, at 3:30 p.m. at Cape
Charles Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Holmes Presbyterian Church
or your favorite charity. Online condolences may be sent to the family at
Arrangements were made by WilkinsDoughty Funeral Home, Cape Charles.
Mears Seamstress Dies
Mrs. Carrie Elizabeth Fisher, 72,
of Mears passed away Monday, June 1,
2015, at Heritage Hall in Nassawadox.
Born in Nassawadox, she was a
daughter of the late William B. and
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12 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
Virginia Johnson
Hall. Mrs. Fisher
was an excellent
worked at the former Parksley Shirt
Factory for many
years. She was also a past member
of Bloxom Volunteer Fire Company
Mrs Fisher
Ladies’ Auxiliary.
Mrs. Fisher was predeceased by
her husband, Harry Fisher; a son,
Gary Taylor; and a brother, William
“Billy” Hall. She is survived by her
son, Joseph Taylor and wife Gail, and
their son, Joseph W. Taylor, all of Parsonsburg, Md.; sister, Ruth Hart (and
husband, Richard) of Tasley; and two
Graveside services will be conducted at Parksley Cemetery Saturday,
June 6, at 1 p.m., with Pastor Freddie
Ward officiating.
Memory tributes may be shared at
Arrangements were made by the
Williams-Parksley Funeral Home.
Ex-Perdue Worker Dies
Mrs. Winnie Curtis White, 73,
of Hallwood passed away Monday,
June 1, 2015, at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital in
Born in Nassa­
dox, she was a
daughter of the late
Sammy Curtis and
Bessie Jane Bailey
Curtis. She was a
member of Hallwood
Baptist Church, a
Mrs. White
worker at Perdue Farms and waitress
at Pizza Hut.
Mrs. White was predeceased by her
husband, Jimmy Ray White; brother,
Buddy Curtis; and stepbrother and sister, Bill Curtis and Bonnie Bundick.
Survivors include her sister, Mary
Ann Roughton (and husband, Wade) of
ville; nieces, Angel Taylor
(and husband, Greg), Pam Idoni (and
husband, Mark) and Crystal Roughton;
nephew, Travis Roughton; stepdaughter,
Janice White Sloan; stepgranddaughter,
Erica Ray; stepbrothers and stepsisters,
Clyde Curtis, Gladys Hicks, Janie Curtis and Steve Curtis; and several greatnieces and nephews, including one special great-niece, Brook Taylor.
Funeral services were conducted from Hallwood Baptist Church
Wednesday, June 3, by Pastor Danny
Shrieves. Interment was in Groton’s
Cemetery in Hallwood.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Hallwood Baptist Church, P.O.
Box 36, Hallwood, VA 23359. Memory
tributes may be shared with the family at www.williamsfuneralhomes.com
Arrangements were made by Williams-Parksley Funeral Home.
Tyson Employee Dies
Mr. Douglas Reid McCready, 60,
of Parksley passed away Monday, June
1, 2015.
A native of Crisfield, Md., Mr. McCready was the son of the late Ralph
Reid McCready and Gladys Melbourne
McCready. He was a member of the
Church of God and worked at Tyson
Foods in Temperanceville. He was a devoted husband and father, and will be
missed by all who
knew him.
include his wife,
Martha Jane McCready; son, Michael Reid McCready of Painter;
sister, Karen Wade
(and husband Carl)
of Cleveland, Tenn.; Mr. McCready
mother-in-law, Alma Chew of Parksley; one niece; eight
nephews; and his beloved dog, “Candy
Christmas.” He was predeceased by a
sister, Angela Bowden.
Funeral services will be conducted from the chapel of Williams-Parksley Funeral Home Sunday, June 7,
at 3 p.m., with Mr. George Fulk and
Rev. Kenneth Helms officiating. Interment will follow in Parksley Cemetery.
There will be a visitation at the funeral home one hour prior to the service.
Memorial donations may be made
to the American Diabetes Association,
P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312.
Memory tributes may be shared at
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 13
Health Matters Calling All Cancer Survivors
iverside Shore Cancer
Center (RSCC) in Nassawadox will observe National
Cancer Survivors’ Day Monday,
June 8, with an open house.
From 8:30 a.m. through 3:30
p.m., survivors can visit the center, ring the Bell of Hope, receive a commemorative bell ornament, and enjoy light refreshments and gifts.
This 28th annual event is a national celebration of “life after a
cancer diagnosis” for those who
have survived, an inspiration
for those recently diagnosed, a
gathering of support for families
touched by cancer, and an opportunity for communities to learn
more about cancer in general and
specifically about the survivorship resources in the area.
On the Shore, the RSCC partners with the American Cancer
Society and local healthcare
agencies to provide support for
survivors from the time of diagnosis through recovery and
back to everyday health.
As a community-based cancer care facility, RSCC provides
medical oncology, which treats
cancer with chemotherapy and
other cancer-fighting drugs, hormones and pain reduction medications, and radiation oncology,
which uses beams of radiation to
destroy or damage cancer cells.
Along with cancer surgery, these
treatments may be used individually or in combination.
RSCC is a resource for the entire Shore community and welcomes inquiries about services,
which include:
•medical oncology & infusion;
•radiation therapy;
•newest chemotherapy drugs;
•advanced treatment;
•the latest in anti-nausea
•blood and platelet transfusions;
•intravenous antibiotics;
•IV therapy for dehydration;
•pre-treatment education, so
patients know what to expect;
•nutrition counseling;
•support services.
The RSCC includes a resource center located off the
lobby. The center includes a variety of books, brochures and
videos related to cancer. It also offers Internet access to assist patients in their search for
information about clinical trials
— carefully controlled research
studies that evaluate promising
new treatments or procedures. The resource center at RSCC
is also the location for support
group meetings held by American Cancer Society volunteers.
RSCC services are accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of
Surgeons. This distinction is
achieved by only 25 percent of
cancer care facilities nationwide. In addition, the cancer pro-
gram has been awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award by
the Commission on Cancer. RSCC also has earned the
Gold Seal of Approval from the
Joint Commission, the nation’s
leading healthcare accreditation and quality monitoring
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ONLEY AGENCY: 20387 Warrior Drive • Onley, VA 23418 • 757.787.7202
14 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
•From Wells Fargo Bank
6570 Coaches Ln., Units 100-101,
For $60,000
•From Esther Evans & Robert Douthat
To David and James Evans
13.8 acres, Lindsey Lot, Greenbush
For $259,513
•From Benjamin Mathai
To John Dalton
38252 Bell’s Neck Rd., Painter
For $405,000
•From Eddy and Deborah Moskowitz
To Charles Calp
Lot 38, Unit 3, Trails End, Horntown
For $26,000
•From John Parker and Parker
Enterprises, Inc.
To James and Andrea Bowen
Lot 142, Unit 3, Trails End, Horntown
For $27,500
•From Megan McCook
To Alma Fitzwater
6324 White St., Chincoteague
For $130,000
•From Emerson Liscum
To Kruno Filipic
Property on Deep Hole Road,
For $83,000
•From Judy Linton and Gary Burgess
To Ronald Justis
6371 Highland Park Dr., Chincoteague
For $75,000
•From Kenneth and Donna Guisewite
To Harold and Catherine Ford
Zeb B. Barfield, Inc. Auction Dates
THIS Saturday June 6 @ 10:01 AM
Gargatha Landing Rd., Parksley, Va.
Lot 55, Section B2, Inlet View
Campsites, Chincoteague
For $25,000
•From Lilton Sample
To Richard and Sharon Valek
Property in Weirwood
For $33,000
•From Michael Reid
To Jeffrey Reid
Property near Cherrystone
For $15,000
•From Teddy Spence
To Terry Spence
Property in Exmore
For $60,000
•From Clark, Exter, Michael, Rodney,
and Vanessa Wilson
To Byron Collins
8135 Smith St. in Treherneville
For $2,900.
•From AIM Management LP
To Maurice Lessard Jr.
Property in Seaview
For $132,500
•From Kuzzens, Inc.
To A&N Electric Cooperative
Lot 60A1 at Weirwood Delivery Point
For $25,000
•From Andrew and Frances Jarosak
To Dale and Rebecca Mitzel
Licenses Issued
•Steven Kyle Sturgis, 26, and Emily
Ryland Smith, 25, both of Cape
•Benjamin William Mears IV, 32, and
Amanda Sue Elizabeth Moore, 30,
both of Eastville
•Justin Brandon Aruck, 35, and
Alexis Kathleen Hubb, 28, both of
3412 Ridge Rd., Chincoteague
For $155,000
•From John and Lisa Timmons
To Lila Lynch
7044 Josephine Ln., Chincoteague
For $245,000
•From Ann, Rebecca, and Thomas
Mears and Lou Ann Fletcher
To Lee and Darlene Hickey
Tract near Nelsonia
For $43,500
•From James Pickar
To Mary Burch trust
7482 East Side Rd., Chincoteague
For $135,000
•From William and Pamela Eskridge
Furniture, tools, outboard motor parts & accessories, portable storage sheds to be moved,
mowers, compressors, engine stands & lifts. Food by CVFD
Friday June 19, Ending @ 9:00 PM Eastern
4762 Williams Dr., Marion, Somerset Co., Md.
Mobile home on a large lot, located on East Creek, off Pocomoke Sound. Our seller is very
motivated and intends to sell this property. Go to www.proxibid.com now to register & bid.
For additional information, contact us at 757.894.2626 or [email protected]
Saturday July 11 @ 10.10 AM
31175 Old Fruitland Rd., Salisbury, Md.
Being held at the former residence of the Late Earl Hart
Ranch-Style house & large garage / shop on almost 5 acres
Like new camper, coins, pick up & car, trailers, decoys, tools
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 15
To Gregory and Karalyn Springle
331357 Nocks Landing Rd. in Atlantic
For $250,000
•From Sharron Hawkins and Yulanda
To Larry Stevens
18296 Brook Ln., Melfa
For $105,000
•From Kendall Bradley
To Robert Bradley
Property near Colonial Village, Onley
For $6,600
•From Andrey Willey
To Bloxom Volunteer Fire Co., Inc.
Garage lot on Bayside Dr., Bloxom
For $35,000
•From Wayne and Lisa Brasch
To Patrick Mastrola
12209 Nandua Shores Dr., Painter
For $170,000
•From Wells Fargo Bank
To Secretary of HUD
16092 Big Rd., Bloxom
For $24,382
•From PNC Bank
To Ian Hodges
24412 Adelaide St., Parksley
For $15,156
•From John Werner and Beth Yumlu
To James and Theresa Norris
Lot 102, Unit 3, Trails End, Horntown
For $13,000
•From Dean and Kimberly Hively
To Ronald Wozniak
Lot 183, Unit 3, Trails End, Horntown
For $22,500
•From Secretary of Veteran Affairs
To Waymon and Shelia Anderson
17274 Ross Ln., Bloxom
For $32,500
•From Turner and Martha Wilson
To Michael Uhden
6239 Nautilus Dr., Horntown
For $5,000
•From Gene and Maria Seibert
To Wachapreague Cabins, LLC
13 Brooklyn St., Wachapreague
For $260,000
•From Robert Turner & Edna Wimbrow
To Justin and Stephanie Miller
39071 Church St., Greenbackville
For $42,000
•From Jerry Banks and Lisa Doyle
To Douglas and Cassandra Parker
Lot 248, Unit 1, Trails End, Horntown
For $14,000
•From Alexander Ford
To Edward Thomas & Rebecca Spangler
Lot 316, Unit 3, Trails End, Horntown
For $5,000
•From Waterside Land Trust, LLC
To Bruce Richards
Lots 71-73, Waterside Village I, Painter
For $104,800
• From Joyce Swanner
To Le Thi Ung
36558 Seaside Rd., Belle Haven
For $390,000
•From Mary Picardi
To Anthony and Shirley Picardi
Property on Occohannock Neck Rd.,
Belle Haven
For $37,000
•From Lee and Darlene Hickey
To John and Sun Sanns
92 acres, 28283 Nelsonia Rd., Nelsonia
For $490,000
•From Michelle Renaud & Nancy James
To Cathy Harmon
31694 Boston Rd., Pungoteague
For $49,000
•From Charlene Jacob
To Gus Glaros
17248 Lankford Hwy., Bloxom
For $110,000
•From Edward Tull
To Nathan and Kellie Walker
2064 Bunker Hill Rd., Chincoteague
For $104,840
•From Thomas and Helen Welsh
To Kenneth Townsend
Lot 66, Unit 3, Trails End, Horntown
For $14,600
•From Marie Purdy
To William Atwell
31261 Greta Rd., Atlantic
For $248,000
•From Fannie Mae
To Glenn & Brenda Smith
7280 & 7286 East Side Dr., Chincoteague
For $140,000
•From Ronnie and Carol Mears
To Menise Oscar
24327 Adelaide St., Parksley
For $25,000
•From Kevin Sheffield and Loree
To Clifton and Maureen Daisey
4185 Indigo Ln., Horntown
For $408,000
•From Waterside Land Trust, LLC
To Waterfront Marketing, Inc.
Lot 39, Waterside Village I, Painter
For $35,000
•From Arvall and Barbara Wroten
To Ira Brady and Leah Hoopes
Property near Eastville
For $88,000
•From Charles Chesser III and
Marsha Young
To Seth Chandler
13193 Parting Creek Rd., Willis Wharf
For $77,700
•From Jeffrey and Laveen Klingel
To Daniel and Lauren Brown
Property in Cheriton
For $22,991
•From Betty Ewell, John Hickman Jr.
and Laura McSpedden
To Robin and William Simms,
Property in Cape Charles
For $45,000
16 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
The Spark Never Burns Out
Story and photo by Ron West
Cheriton Fire Department icon
Lawrence West reaches a milestone in
his volunteer firefighting career this
month as he steps down as the company’s longest standing chief engineer.
At the age of 18, West was one of the
charter members of the department
when it was founded on Feb. 13, 1948.
Three years later, he was elected chief
engineer, a position he has held for the
past 63 years. West said he originally
was named engineer because he knew
how to work on the trucks. While growing up in Cheriton, he had worked in
his father’s small grocery store before
starting a small trucking company and
then returning to assume ownership
of the grocery store, which he operated
until he retired.
Cheriton’s first truck was a 1928
Chevrolet hand-me-down pumper purchased from Eastville Fire Department for $500. West chuckled when he
noted that the truck was an open cab
and they acquired it in the winter.
26507 Lankford Hwy.
Cape Charles
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West said he and his father joined
to help out the community. He said his
first fire call was to the Cherrystone
area for a vehicle fire. Back then, fire
calls came in at a rate of two or three
per week.
Changes have occurred in the fire
service in the past century, most for
the better, according to West. He spoke
of the importance of firefighter equipment, in particular the self-contained
breathing apparatus (SCBA), or air
packs that firefighters now don as they
enter a burning structure. West noted
that communications have improved
dramatically over the years.
When the department was first
formed, radios were rare among
small volunteer fire departments.
Instead, West said that a person in
need of the fire department called the
phone operator who then activated a
relay for numbers of the volunteers.
If a volunteer firefighters were out
on a call and needed more assistance,
they had to locate a phone and call
the operator to get an additional department alerted.
West said he has probably “engineered” for about 20 trucks for the department since it was founded.
While he will hand off the “wrenches” as chief engineer to another member, West said he intends to stay
around to help in any way he can, be
it fundraising, bingo, or helping with a
call or two.
Helping others has been a calling
for West, and his one regret is having
to see a person lose everything to a fire
when, despite all their efforts, the department was unable to prevent it.
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June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 17
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BLOXOM: Affordable, quaint and comfortable 2BR/1BA
Farmette on 2 acres w/plenty of room to expand in the future
and ideal for a horse farm. Enjoy the peaceful coastal lifestyle
you’ve always dreamed about. MLS#41458 $69,900
Gil York 757-710-2948
BELLE HAVEN: Large commercial building with 8299 sq ft
plus an additional 1269 sq ft attached store building. 4 offices,
storage rooms, 2-zoned HVAC and plenty of parking spaces.
Excellent highway visibility. MLS#40285 $259,000
Keith Koerner 757-999-4670
SANFORD: Two story 3BR/1.5BA home in need of TLC. Lots of
possibilities with 1492 sq ft of living and sited on 1.25 acres.
Bring tools, elbow grease and make this a shiny penny once
more. MLS#41342 $95,000 Wanda Doughty 757-693-1613
PAINTER: Looking for a project? Check out this framed out
Ranch constructed in 2011 offering 1040 sq ft on .45 acres and
set up for a 3BR/2BA home. Attached 2-car garage. MLS#41413
$45,000 Keith Koerner 757-999-4670
BLOXOM: Enjoy all the comforts of home in this 3BR/2BA
Ranch offering 1436 sq ft and on .63 acres. Enclosed porch,
spacious deck, large back yard, detached garage plus more.
Minutes from Guard Shore beach. MLS#41525 $95,000
Gil York 757-710-2948
CHERITON: Spacious 3BR/2BA pond front Cape Cod. New
carpet, ceiling fans and fully modern kitchen; comfort and
easy maintenance sets the stage for any size family. Close to
beach, shopping and golf. MLS#41388 $169,000
George & Patty Ferguson 757-710-4770
ONANCOCK: Stately 1800 sq. ft. Farmhouse on 1 acre with
3BR/2BA, living room w/FP & dining room. Full basement &
finished attic, along with a 42’X42’ barn gives you plenty of
storage space. Great visibility; zoned commercial &
residential. MLS#40106 $251,000 Terry Bowling 757-710-0914
ONANCOCK: Contemporary 4BR w/the feel of a traditional
Eastern Shore home. Full sized elevator, thermostatically
controlled wine closet & indoor/outdoor sound system are
just some of the amenities in this waterfront home on 3 acres.
MLS#41180 $699,000 Jean DiDaniele 757-709-2292
ONANCOCK: This 1940’s 1BR/1BA Retro Cottage has remaining
historic detail. Some replacement windows, recent
foundation work, insulation & 2 year old Rinnai heater.
Property slopes to stream headwaters of Onancock Creek.
MLS#41124 $76,000 Mark Williams 757-710-2060
BLOXOM: Eastern Shore Farmhouse, c. 1900, with Victorian
accents. Two zone heat, 3BR/2BA & 1568 sq. ft. all on .33 of an
acre. Home needs some TLC to bring it back to its original
charm. MLS#40579 $76,000 Terry Bowling 757-710-0914
BIRDSNEST: Traditional 4BR/1BA Farmhouse offering 2168
sq ft and over 1.5 acres to spread out. Deck out back to enjoy
various activities and enclosed porch for the cooler evenings.
MLS#41521 $109,000 Jason Restein 757-620-1532
CAPE CHARLES: Impressive 4BR/2.5BA Contemporary with
2250 sq ft and .82 acres. Cathedral & tray ceilings, cultured
marble double sinks in MBA & large 2nd level family room.
Attached 2-car garage. MLS#41478 $299,000
Dave Griffith 757-647-2649/Randy Carlson 757-678-6395
NASSAWADOX: Wonderful starter or retirement
opportunity 2BR/1BA Ranch on ½ acre. Large yard with
carport, shining hardwood floors, living room with picture
window. Stop renting and invest in your own place today.
MLS#40836 $62,000 Trina Veber 757-442-0797
EXMORE: Unique, private, peaceful & quiet surroundings at
Hickman point. 35 acre wooded waterfront peninsula w/over
1770’ of sandy shoreline to explore. Contemporary 4BR/2.5BA
w/over 2500 sq ft. MOTIVATED SELLER. MLS#38678 $689,999
Dave Griffith 757-647-2649/Randy Carlson 757-678-6395
NASSAWADOX: Convert this office building back to a 3BR/1BA
dwelling offering 1680 sq ft; front handicap ramp and open
back yard. Ideal for 1st time buyer or operating a small office
facility. MLS#40806 $104,900 Jason Restein 757-620-1532
CHINCOTEAGUE: 2BR/1.5BA Island home is open & bright newly
renovated in the past year. Including new kitchen, heat pump, flooring,
upstairs bathroom, freshly painted & furnished. Workshop/
outbuilding w/attic storage. Close to historic downtown’s shops &
restaurants. MLS#40934 $219,000 Gladys Baczek 757-894-0098
CHINCOTEAGUE: 3BR/2BA mobile home w/addition. Plenty
of room w/1800 sq. ft. to enjoy the wonderful Chincoteague
Island life. Close to boat launches and Curtis Merritt Harbor.
Beautiful sunsets from your deck and 2 nice storage sheds.
MLS#41442 $158,800 Judy Williamson 757-894-2488
PARKSLEY: 13BR/3BA 6,000 sq. ft. LR w/ fireplace, updated
kitchen and more room than you can find use for. Diamond
in the rough w/grand foyers on each level. Perfect for a B&B.
6 rooms w/ kitchenette. MLS#38441 $99,000
Anita Merritt 757-894-0108
TEMPERANCEVILLE: 3BR/2BA Rancher w/large sc. in porch.
Landscaped yard offers almost 3/4 an acre, carport, paved
drive-way and out-bldg. Close to Chincoteague Island & NASA.
Lg. eat-in kitchen, separate laundry room & porch spans width
of home. MLS#40570 $139,000 Anita Merritt 757-894-0108
PARKSLEY: 3BR/2BA family home on 23 ac. Large back deck, 2
ac. horse pasture & feeding shed w/concrete floor. Open floor
plan combines large KIT w/morning room & opens into living
area w/FP. Lovely kiwi & mulberry trees. MLS#39828 $275,000
Anita Merritt 757-894-0108
ONANCOCK: Travel out of town to Bailey Beach and discover
a secluded 3.39 acre site in this desirable waterfront
community. Deeded access to beach and wildlife abounds.
MLS#41448 $39,900 Harry Parker 757-710-3289
BAY CREEK: Backing up to the Arnold Palmer Signature
Course and offering front views of the Chesapeake Bay on
over ½ acre in the premier neighborhood of million plus
dollar homes plus a private beach. MLS#40299 $109,000
Kathy Weiner 757-646-3199
BELLE HAVEN: Appealing 1.89 (+/-) acre lot on Occohannock
Creek is cleared and waiting for your new home & dock. With 3
bedroom septic already installed, all you need are your plans &
builder. Come enjoy the Eastern Shore lifestyle you’ve dreamed
of. MLS#39964 $124,900 Terry Bowling 757-710-0914
ONANCOCK: Three wooded lots, facing Locust St. & Holly St. in the
established East Point subdivision. Community beach access,
nearby marina w/floating docks and year ‘round slips. Septic
hook up is installed to drain field & ready for your new home..
MLS#39190 $91,900 Cindy Gillett 757-990-2526
NANDUA BAY: REDUCED...Waterfront 2.02 acre parcel
would be perfect for a dream home. Wake up to views of
Nandua Creek and enjoy community amenities. Close to new
hospital & historic Onancock. MLS#41320 $130,000
Christine Flye 757-286-3569
TEMPERANCEVILLE: REDUCED...Recently reduced: 22 +/acres with mixed zoning; almost 7 acres along Saxis Rd. to be
zoned residential. Looking to live & farm on your own land?
This may be the place for you. MLS#37717 $50,000
Liz Walters 757-710-2114
MACHIPONGO: REDUCED…Enjoy privacy & beautiful
waterviews without the high price tag of most waterfronts
on 2.7 acres, 4BR cert, looks out to Jacobus Creek. MLS#34757
Randy Carlson 757-678-6395/Dave Griffith 757-647-2649
CHINCOTEAGUE: Exclusive 3.74 ac. location in Wildcat. Very
private w/panoramic views of 100’ waterfront overlooking
Chincoteague Channel & of the salt water pond. Plenty of
wildlife w/3BR septic already installed, waiting for your dream
home. MLS#38058 $450,000 Cindy Gillett 757-990-2526
CRYSTAL BEACH: REDUCED…Own a piece of paradise
w/this unique 29.8 acre parcel; 3BR septic & deep well in place.
Take advantage of the exquisite Chesconessex Creek views.
MLS#36048 $299,000
Stella Rohde 757-710-2025/Anne Kyle Doughty 757-710-3824
NELSONIA: 10 acre parcel with frontage on Nelsonia Rd. Great
investment potential close to Rt. 13; land is level and currently
farmed. Adjacent to 30 acre parcel also for sale (MLS# 37976).
MLS#32387 $49,900 Jean DiDaniele 757-709-2292
CAPE CHARLES: Ideal Chesapeake Bay waterfront/beach front 2.5
acre homesite with good elevation. Nice walkway over erosion
control to beach. Best private beachfront community around.
MOTIVATED SELLER. MLS#39358 $309,000
Jason Restein 757-620-1532
SAXIS: This property offers many possibilities! Almost one
acre across from harbor. Suitable for commercial seafood
business. MLS#36851 $52,000 Gladys Baczek 757-894-0098
JAMESVILLE: REDUCED…Gentleman Farmers alert: 50
acres, not too big, not too small, 35 tillable acres, 15 acres of
woods. BOJAC soils and not in a flood zone. Great location,
near a boat ramp & fishing dock. MLS#40131 $199,000
Phyllis Ward 757-442-3199
HOPELAND: From this 2.6 acre water view lot, in established
community, you can enjoy spectacular, unobstructed
sunrises over the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the community boat
ramp where you can launch out for a day of exploration of the
Barrier Islands. MLS#39880 $110,000 Liz Walters 757-710-2114
VAUCLUSE SHORES: REDUCED…..Corner 1.3 acre lot
directly across the street from the Chesapeake Bay. Launch
from the boat ramp and enjoy superior fishing, crabbing &
water sports. MLS#40411 $40,000
Dave Griffith 757-647-2649/Randy Carlson 757-678-6395
CAPT. COVE: Captain’s Cove on the Chincoteague Bay is a
growing community that gives you that neighborhood feeling,
which includes a restaurant overlooking the water, pools,
tennis, and golf. So get your golf clubs and swim trunks for fun
in the sun! MLS#39275 $7,000 Judy Williamson 757-894-2488
GREAT PINE HARBOR: Invest for the future with the
purchase of this 1.46 acre buildable lot offering deeded access
to Occohannock Creek. Lot next door for sale as well, at this
price purchase both. MLS#41519 $22,500
Keith Koerner 757-999-4670
PAINTER: Pristine waterfront farm w/recorded subdivision
offers 9 waterfront lots on Curratuck Creek & 3 interior lots.
High banked along the frontage & good soils throughout;
includes tillable land, woodland & state road frontage.
MLS#38015 $999,000 George or Patty Ferguson 757-710-4770
BUTLER’S BLUFF: REDUCED…Yes, you can have it all when
you build on this .94 acre lot in an established, upscale
neighborhood. 4BR cert on file. Private beach, eco tours,
fishing and close to elegant dining. MLS#40282 $59,000
Kathy Weiner 757-646-3199
CHINCOTEAGUE: Beautiful waterfront lot on little Oyster
Bay. Cleared with some trees, 3BR Septic installed, lush marsh
and ready to build. Very quiet neighborhood. Close to beach
and Maddox Blvd. Shopping and restaurants. MLS#39160
$205,000 Anita Merritt 757-894-0108
18 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
june 5
H5-8 p.m. - Station
1 Pizza Night 4264 Firehouse St.,
New Church - $12/Cheese, Pepperoni
or Sausage $13/Combination Pizza
(Pepperoni & Sausage)
H6 p.m. - Celebrate Recovery
Group mtg. - Family Life Center,
Onancock - Meal: $6/single or
H7 p.m. - CLUE: the Musical Northampton High School Auditorium,
H7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ Episcopal
Church, Eastville
H7 p.m. - Life Teach Series - Rachel/
Leah Covenant Ministries Center 787-2486
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo (doors open at
6:30 p.m.) - Exmore Moose Lodge,
Belle Haven
june 6
H9 a.m. - Zumba Class - Chincoteague
YMCA - $5 - 336-3535
H9 a.m.-noon - Clean the Bay Day/National Trails Day - Kiptopeke State Park, Waterfront Shed
- 331-2267
H9 a.m.-noon - Clean the Bay Day with CBFS Chincoteague Bay Field Station, Wallops Island - 824-5636
H9:30 a.m. - Mary N. Smith Alumni Assn. - Mary N. Smith
High School, Accomac
Hnoon & 7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal Church,
H4-8:30 p.m. - Daddy & Daughter Dance/Mother & Son
Soiree - Kegotank Elementary, Mappsville
H5 p.m. - Gospel Crusaders in Concert - Overcomers
Church for Victorious Living, Exmore
H5 p.m. - Community Anointed Gospel Singers & Youth
Fashion Show - St. Luke AME Church, Daugherty
H7 p.m. - CLUE: the Musical - Northampton High School
Auditorium, Eastville
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Eastville VFC
june 8
H11 a.m. - Children’s Story Hour - library, Nassawadox
H5-6 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal Church,
H5:15 p.m. - Friends of Northampton Memorial Library mtg. - library,
Cape Charles
H6 p.m. - Bingo - Elks Lodge, Tasley
H6:30 p.m - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace UMC, Parksley
H7 p.m. - Multiple Sclerosis Support Group - Hampton Inn & Suites, 4129
Lankford Hwy., Exmore - 442-7722
H7 p.m. - Northampton Cty. Parks & Recreation Dept. Line-Dancing
Class - Indiantown Park, Eastville - 678-0468
H7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Emmauel Episcopal Church, Temperanceville
june 10
H7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Accomack mtg. Sage Diner, Onley
H9 a.m.-1 p.m. - Veterans’ Employment
Representative Avail. - Northampton Cty. Dept. of Social Services no appt. needed
H10 a.m. - TOPS mtg. - Market St. UMC, Onancock - 787-4718
H11 a.m.-1 p.m. - Waste Watchers’ mtg. - Chamber of Commerce,
H2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - E.S. Public Library, Accomac
H4 p.m. - E.S. Soil & Water Conservation District Board mtg. USDA Service Center, Conference Room, Accomac
H5-7 p.m. - Soup Kitchen & Clothes Closet - Grace and Truth
Ministries, 19 Boundary Ave., Onancock - Donations: 789-5369
H5:30-6:30 p.m. - Free Meals for the Hungry - Epworth UMC,
Exmore - 442-6391
H6-7 p.m. - Prayer Line Open (St. Matthew’s Church, Onley) - Call
665-7403 or 894-1521
H6:30-9 p.m. - FREE Women’s Self Defense Class - Indiantown Park,
Eastville - 678-0458
H7 p.m. - Drinking Liberally mtg. - Charlotte Hotel, Onancock
H7 p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSMH, Nassawadox
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter VFC
H7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Downing’s Methodist Church, Oak Hall
June 5–11
june 7
H9:30 a.m. - AA mtg. - Cokesbury
Church, Onancock
H2 p.m. - CLUE: the Musical Northampton High School Auditorium, Eastville
H2 p.m. - Bingo - VFW Post 2296, Tasley
H2-4 p.m. - AES Beta Club Tickled Paint
Party - Elks Lodge, Onley - $45/person
H3 p.m. - Annual Ushers’ Day - New Allen
Memorial AME Church, Franktown
H3 p.m. - Deaconess Annual Day - First
Baptist Church, Mappsville
H4 p.m. - Spring Revival Kick-Off - Love Faith
Deliverance Holiness Church, Wattsville
june 9
H9 a.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Refuge Inn, Chincoteague
H10 a.m. - E.S. Community Services Board mtg. - E.S.
Behavioral Healthcare Center, Parksley
H10 a.m. - Bingo - Accomack Sr. Village, Onancock
H11 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Diner, Onley - 442-2474
H5:30 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Belle Haven UMC - 442-9776
H6 p.m. - Onancock Lions Club mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley - 787-2059
H6 p.m. - Rachel Leah Ministries - 787-2486
H6 p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA
H6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - ESCC, Melfa
H7 p.m. - Disabled American Veterans’ mtg. - Chapter Bldg., 25534
Main St., Onley
H7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist Church, Temperanceville
H7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Atlantic Methodist Church
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC
H7:30 p.m. - Central Masonic Lodge mtg.
june 11
H10:30 a.m. - Children’s
Story Hour - library,
H10:30 a.m. - Story Time - Cape Charles
H2-7 p.m. - Red Cross Blood Drive Craddockville UMC, 33464 Boston Road
H4 p.m. - Chess Club - Cape Charles
Memorial Library - all ages, levels welcome
H5:30 p.m. - Shore Losers mtg. Drummondtown Baptist Church, Accomac $1 donation/week
H5:30 p.m. - TOPS VA-550 mtg. - Zion
Baptist, Parksley - 787-7099
H6:30 - Kiwanis Club of Chincoteague
mtg. - St. Andrew’s Catholic
H6:30 - 8:30 p.m. - GED Class - ESCC, Melfa
H7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Painter Garrison UMC
H7 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Atlantic UMC
H8 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ UMC,
ESVHS Benefit at
Mount Prospect
The Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society will hold
its annual benefit on the lawn
at the home of Bill and Claudia
Bagwell. The Rhondels will be
the entertainment and a dinner of lobster tails and honeypecan fried chicken.
Call the ESVHS office for
tickets and more information at 757-787-8012 or go
online to purchase tickets:
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June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 19
Last Week’s Answers
20 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
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June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 22
Pony Baseball, Jacket Soccer Making Deep Runs
hincoteague’s Cinderella season is
still alive as the Ponies are slated
to face off with Lancaster today at
home at 4 p.m.
The Ponies, 20-0, showed their resiliency in the playoffs, trailing Surry
in the conference championship 1-0
entering the final inning, then battling
for two runs in a walk-off win that
warmed the hearts of the Chinco faithful who have been attending the games
this season.
Then, in the regional opener Monday, Chincoteague trailed 4-0 after the
top of the first inning. The outlook appeared bleak to many, but the Ponies
bounced back with two runs in the
first, two more in the second and four
in the third while holding Middlesex
scoreless the rest of the way.
Larry Chance, an athlete I covered
many years ago at Atlantic, coached at
various levels and now works with many
of the Shore’s top baseball players in the
off-season with the help of his son, Cody.
Chance has followed the Ponies
closely this season. “This is a very
good group of kids who have played together over the years and also believe
in working hard in the winter toning
their craft and not just picking up a
baseball when it comes time to try out,”
said Chance recently. “All the credit
should go to the players, parents, and
the coaching staff of the Ponies.”
During the game Monday, Denise
Bowden, a former co-worker, leaned
over and said a truism I had thought of
several times this season. “Greg Merritt would have loved watching this
team this season.”
Greg covered sports for 25 years
on the Eastern Shore and enjoyed
watching all the Shore teams advance
through the playoffs. He was there
for some memorable moments when
Photos by Jacque Derrickson
Above, Chincoteague players congratulate Spencer White, who had a
two-run single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Ponies
a 2-1 win in the conference championship. At right, Collin Derrickson
jumps in the arms of Coach Will Thompson following the walk-off win.
Shore teams captured state championships, but he was a Chincoteaguer
at heart and really never saw his old
high-school team advance so deep into
the playoffs in any sport before he died
from ALS last summer.
With Chincoteague, you seem to get a
different hero every time out. Trey Fisher has been the stalwart pitcher on the
mound for the Ponies, but Collin Derrickson came through with a gritty performance Monday. And against Surry, it
was Spencer White, batting seventh in
the lineup, who hit the game-winning
single after Dylan and Ryan Mason and
Joe Thornton loaded the bases.
Coach Will Thompson, who once
played on a Chincoteague team that
went 18-2, has built a strong baseball
program that promises to get even better as only two seniors graduate from
this team with many of the top players
mere sophomores and freshmen.
Northampton Now
in State Final Four
The Northampton soccer team has
advanced to the state’s final four. They
will play for the regional champion-
ship at an undetermined date and
place at presstime, but have already
secured one of the four spots in the
state semi-finals to be played at Radford next week.
Northampton coach John Gorman
deserves considerable credit for not
only the success his soccer program
has achieved, but also the time he puts
in as coach of this team and the girls’
field hockey team in the fall.
Gorman is a self-employed contractor who is not getting paid when he
takes time off for practice, travel and
games. He also helps maintain one of
the best looking fields on the Shore
with additional hours of work beyond
his coaching duties.
This Northampton team features
nine seniors who have blended with
younger players to give the Jackets
considerable depth.
“They really don’t care who starts,”
said Gorman recently. “They all get
about the same playing time anyway.”
In the postseason, Northampton has
scored 24 goals while allowing only one.
Check back here next week for playoff results and complete lists of all-district and conference teams with photos.
Northampton coach John Gorman
congratulates Angel Sanchez.
23 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
Kids’ Fishing Outing
Nandua Golf Tourney
The Eastern Shore of Virginia Anglers’ Club (www.esanglersclub.org)
will hold a free fishing and conservation education event for children on
Sunday, June 7, at Morley’s Wharf
Fishing Pier on Occohannock Creek.
The club will provide equipment,
and members will teach and assist
young anglers from 1 to 2:30 p.m., followed by a cookout. Registration begins at 12:30.
Boys and girls aged 3 to 15 are welcome, accompanied by an adult, and
there is no fee. Rods and reels will be
provided to the first 50 children.
For more information, call 824-1485.
The first annual Nandua High
School Athletic Booster Charity Golf
Tournament will be held Friday, July
17, at Eastern Shore Yacht and Country Club.
Registration and range warm-up
will start at 11:30 a.m. with lunch at
noon and a shotgun start, scramble
format at 1 p.m. Awards and snacks
will be enjoyed at 5:15 p.m.
An entry fee of $100 per person includes greens fee, art, prizes, lunch,
beverages on the course and the
awards celebration.
Sponsorships are available. Entries
may be dropped off at the high school
or mailed to Gary Reese, 26530 Lankford Hwy., Melfa, VA 23410.
For information, contact Reese at
757-710-0924 or James Lawrence at
Rew Golf Tourney
The H.B. Rew Jr. Golf Tournament
to benefit Eastern Shore College Community College will be held Friday,
June 19, at Eastern Shore Yacht and
Country Club.
There will be a shotgun start at 1
p.m. with lunch beginning at 11:30
a.m. and an awards reception immediately following the tournament.
The entry fee is $400 for a foursome
or $100 for an individual participant.
Make checks payable to the Eastern
Shore Community College Foundation
and provide name, address and handicap. Mail checks to Eve Belote, ESCC
Foundation, 29300 Lankford Hwy.,
Melfa, VA 23410 or send information
to ebelote @es.vccs.edu
The entry deadline is June 12.
Baseball Equipment
Going to Uganda
Dalton McDaniel of Parksley, a
member of the Arcadia baseball team
and the Delmarva Aces, has been chosen as the local representative for
collecting baseball and softball equipment to send to Uganda.
Anyone with equipment to donate
for this cause can call 757-710-2935 by
June 15.
Anglers’ Club Hosts
Bay Foundation
The Eastern Shore of Virginia Anglers’ Club (www.esanglersclub.org)
will hold its monthly meeting Monday,
June 8, in the conference room of the
Sage Restaurant in Onley. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. and will feature
a presentation by Chesapeake Bay
Foundation’s senior scientist and fisheries expert, Chris Moore.
Moore, who works and fishes out of
Hampton Roads, will talk about Chesapeake Bay fisheries issues.
The public is invited, and new or
prospective members are welcome.
can be emailed to
[email protected]
This Blue Crab IV bronze sculpture by Turner Sculpture and an original Willie Crockett painting will be given away at the Pungoteague Ruritan Club Poker Run on July 25. See club members for tickets.
Pungoteague Ruritan Poker Run July 25
The Pungoteague Ruritan Club will
sponsor a small boat “poker run” on
Saturday, July 25.
Any boat owner may register to participate in this ninth annual Bayside
Poker Run on the Chesapeake Bay and
adjoining creeks in the club’s community service area.
It is not a race, but simply boaters
choosing their own course and pace to
locate and visit five pre-chosen locations designated on a nautical chart
with notes and guidelines.
Registration for the event is $80 and
captains may include as many crew
members aboard as Coast Guard regulations allow. Registration forms must
be received by July 18 for this “early
bird” special and registration will be
limited to the first 30 boats. Registration forms are available from any Pungoteague Ruritan member or by calling
Paul Custis at 789-1766. Registration
forms also are available at Sandpiper Marine, Western Auto in Exmore,
Shore Marine, Davis Wharf Marine,
Don’s Tackle Shop, K&E Marine, Deep
Creek Marina, Island House Restaurant, Seaworthy Marine, H.W. Drummond, Mallard’s at the Wharf, and
Eastern Shore Outfitters.
Competition in the event will be
in two parts. The “navigational skill”
part will be for boaters to plot a course
which will enable them to “log in” at
five specific locations within designated time allowances. These locations will be spread among Onancock,
Pungoteague, Nandua, and Occohannock creeks and will be disclosed to all
captains simultaneously at a captains’
meeting on the morning of the event.
Points also will be earned in challenges
in various activities.
The “luck” part of the event will involve boaters picking up a playing card
at each of the five locations and bringing a poker hand to a final destination
at 5 p.m. The navigation prize will be
$350 or more and the poker prize will
be a Fall Vacation Getaway package.
Additional “dock prize” drawings will
be held for fishing gear, boating accessories, and other marine items. There
also will be a drawing for a Blue Crab
IV bronze sculpture by Turner Sculpture and an original painting by Willie
Crockett. See club members for tickets.
Complementary hot dogs and hamburgers will be served during the
awards ceremony at a bayside setting.
Proceeds from this event will benefit
the club’s scholarship program and its
handicapped access ramp project fund.
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 24
Chincoteague Tops Middlesex, Meets Lancaster Today
Story and photos by Bill Sterling
Rain forced postponement for two
days of this week’s scheduled regional
semi-final game pairing Chincoteague
and Lancaster to today at 4 p.m. at the
Ponies’ field.
A win over Lancaster would set up a
regional championship game at home
with the date undetermined. It also would
assure the Ponies of an appearance in the
state semi-finals as the four teams who
reach the East and West regional finals
advance to the state playoffs scheduled in
Radford next week.
Lancaster is a formidable foe, having easily beaten Middlesex by wide
margins this season. They advanced to
today’s game with a 9-0 win over Surry,
the team Chincoteague squeezed by with
a 2-1 comeback win last Wednesday.
Ponies Battle Back
To Beat Middlesex
The Ponies overcame a rough start
in Monday’s win over Middlesex, trailing 4-0 after one inning.
But sophomore Collin Derrickson
battled back and pitched six scoreless innings and the Chincoteague
offense struck quickly to take an 8-4
lead after the third inning. That was
also the final as neither team dented
the scoring column in the final four
The Pony crowd had barely settled
in before Middlesex rapped the ball
all over the field to put up four runs
in the top of the first, but Chincoteague struck right back with two runs,
two more in the second and four in the
Ryan Mason was 3 for 4 with three
RBIs, Trey Fisher was 2 for 4 with
three RBIs, and Derrickson helped
his cause with an RBI double and two
Joe Thornton had a double and
Dylan Mason reached base three times
on walks. Mason Marshall and Joe
Mills each walked twice.
Derrickson allowed seven hits and
three walks and struck out six.
“Collin settled in and threw a good
game for us,” said Pony coach Will
Chincoteague players congratulate each other after an 8-4 win over Middlesex Monday to advance to the regional semi-final, scheduled for today
against Lancaster after being postponed by rain twice this week.
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Collin Derrickson slides into third after an RBI double and an error
that allowed him to take an extra base. Derrickson was also the winning pitcher, bouncing back after giving up four runs in the first inning
to hold Middlesex scoreless the remainder of the game.
Long To Compete Sunday at Nationals Park
Suzanna Long,
daughter of Sam
and Terri Long of
Cheriton, will compete Sunday at the
park in the Pitch,
Hit and Run competition in her age
group, one of 30
national represenSuzanna Long
tatives hoping to
advance to the finals competition at the All-Star game
in Cincinnati.
Long won her Pitch, Hit and Run
competition at the Norfolk Tides’ park
and was among the top three of other
sectional qualifiers to advance to Sunday’s events in Washington, D.C. She
plays for the Huskies at Shore Little
League in Nassawadox.
Suzanna placed second in the state
for the last two years in the Elks’ National Hoop Shoot contest for her age
A student at Broadwater Academy,
Suzanna is the youngest of eight children, with five sisters and two brothers,
and has watched her fair share of games.
The Pitch, Hit and Run is sponsored
by Scotts Lawn Care.
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25 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5
Nandua, Northampton Fall in Postseason Softball Play
By Bill Sterling
Nandua was eliminated from the regional softball playoffs with a 6-3 loss
to unbeaten (22-0) Goochland that took
two trips past Richmond to complete.
The Lady Warriors scored two runs
in the top of the first inning Monday,
but gave up four unearned runs in the
bottom of the first and trailed 4-2 before play was stopped in the second inning because of heavy rains.
On Tuesday when the Warriors returned, Kimberly Wert homered in the
fifth to draw Nandua within one run,
but Goochland struck for a pair of runs
in the bottom of the sixth inning before
closing out the Warriors with a perfect
inning in the seventh.
Wert had an RBI single in the first
inning, and Derrica Toppin had a sacrifice fly to drive in Wert to give the Warriors a 2-0 lead.
However, three walks, an error and
two singles led to
four Goochland
runs in the bottom of the first
to wipe out the
short-lived Nandua lead.
Toppin settled
down after that
first inning on
the mound, with
no more walks
eight hits in the game, holding Goochland scoreless until the sixth inning
when the Bulldogs tacked on two more
Nandua had five hits for the game,
two by Wert and one each by Toppin,
Chandler Davis and Paige Dimartino.
Kailyn Spencer was 3 for 4 and had
two RBIs for Goochland.
Nandua finished 15-3 on the season.
Nandua coach Lynn Williams looked
back on the game and the season. “Certainly, all of the travel did not do us any
favors,” he said. “We got close in the
fifth inning when Wert hit a monster
home run, but we did not have anyone
on base in front of her, which was our
formula for victory all year. We had a
crazy season this year; we did not play
our usual full schedule due to the awful weather early in the season. We also
had some key injuries that hurt. I am
very proud of this team though; they
fought hard to the last out and never
quit. I will miss my three seniors. They
have been a big part of this program
for a long time.”
esis, Kayla Huffman, shut down the
Warriors, allowing two hits and striking out 11. Huffman, who has signed to
pitch for Division 1 Radford next season, has tossed several no-hitters this
season and has led the Kavaliers to a
19-0 record.
Nandua’s Derrica Toppin gave a
strong performance on the mound,
allowing three hits and two runs in
51/3 innings. Kimberly Wert finished
in relief.
Toppin and Caroline Harvie each
had a single for the only Warrior hits.
Huffman also had a hit and scored
a run. Brittany Branch and Shannon
Holt drove in runs for King William.
Nandua Falls in
Conference Finals
Long Day for Jackets
Nandua was blanked by King William 3-0 on the road Friday as its nem-
Sabres Win Eastern Shore Street Hockey Title
The Sabres are the 2015 Eastern
Shore Street Hockey League (ESSHL) Champions, after a two-game
sweep of the 2013 ESSHL Champion
Red Wings Sunday at Parksley. The
Sabres, who finished 26-4-2, are the
19th ESSHL team to be awarded the
Parksley Cup since the league’s inception in 1996.
The Sabres won the first game 4-3
on an overtime goal by Zach Mills. T.R.
Hoyt tallied the regulation goals for
the Sabres, while Brandon Stapleton
and Chris Pascal got the Wings’ goals
in the Game 1 loss.
The Sabres pulled away in Game 2
with a convincing 4-0 shutout to seal
the championship. Zach Mills, Matt
Teasley and Nate Metzger scored for
the Sabres in the Game 2 clincher.
Goaltender Jared Marsh earned the
shutout in goal for the Sabres.
Wings players include Dean Dedicatoria, Taylor Kitchen, Chris Pascal, Matt
Ayres, Julian Dedicatoria, Christopher
Pascal, Roger Haeusser and player/
coach Brandon Stapleton.
Sabres players are Zach Mills, Matt
Teasley, TR Hoyt, Adrian Clark, Jared
Marsh, LeAndra Sabatino and player/
coach Nate Metzger.
Northampton lost to Altavista 8-1
Monday on the road in a 1A East regional game stopped after six innings.
The Lady Jackets waited for the
weather to clear, but finally the
game was called, and the Northampton bus did not reach Eastville until
about 4 a.m.
Free Fishing Days
This Weekend
The Sabres defeated the Red Wings in two games in the Eastern Shore
Street Hockey League championships Sunday in Parksley, winning the
first game 4-3 in overtime and taking the second of a best two of three
4-0. Pictured (from left) are: front row - Coach Nathan Metzger, Jared
Marsh, and Adrian Clark; back row - Matt Teasley, Le’Andra Sabatino,
Zack Mills, and T.R. Hoyt.
You may fish without a license during the first weekend of this month,
June 5, 6 and 7.
“I urge everyone to take advantage
of free fishing days,’’ said John M.R.
Bull, head of the Virginia Marine Resources Commission, the agency which
manages saltwater fishing.
No fishing license of any kind — in
either freshwater or saltwater — will
be required for recreational rod and
reel fishing.
However, keep in mind that all fishing regulations, including size, season,
catch limits and gear restrictions, will
remain in effect.
A Virginia annual saltwater fishing
license costs $17.50 for state residents.
The money supports valuable fisheries
work across the state.
For size, season and catch limits
of saltwater species, go to www.mrc.
To purchase a fishing license online
go to www.HuntFishVA.com
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 26
Nandua to Send Six to State Meet: Jacket Girls 6th in 1A
The Nandua boys placed 10th in the
2A East Regional track meet held last
week at East Rockingham. The boys had
21 points, with Maggie Walker winning
the meet with 154 points, Brunswick 75
and Bruton taking third with 47 points.
Top ten finishes for the boys and
girls were:
Teddy Tazewell - 10th high jump
Ty’Kara Smith - 5th 100m 13.17
Michael Sutton - 5th 400m 50.88;
6th 200m 23.11
Evan Lawrence - 9th 3200m 10.37.5;
10th 800m 2:07.68
Trevon Pitt - 3rd 800m 2:02.89
Girls’ 4x100 meter relay - 8th, Janie
Hargis, Ahjunay Toppin, Khadijha
Robinson, Ty’kara Smith 53.93
Boys’ 4x400 meter relay - 10th, Deontra Miles, Michael Sutton, Quashon
Reid, Trevon Pitt 3:46.58
Boys’ 4x800 meter relay - 2nd, Evan
Lawrence, Joseph McKinnie, Quashon
Reid, Trevon Pitt 8:51.30.
Athletes who qualified for the state
were Ty’Kara Smith, Evan Lawrence,
Joseph McKinnie, Quashon Reid, Trevon Pitt and Michael Sutton.
Arcadia’s Richie Shrieves qualified
with a third in the 110 hurdles in 15.90
Other Arcadia athletes in the top 10
were: High jump 10th Devon Rogers
5-06; 4x100 meters 10th Arcadia; and
100 meters 10th Devon Rogers 11.42.
Jacket Girls 6th
The Northampton girls placed sixth
in the 1A East Regional held last week
at Central Sussex. The Lady Jackets
had 37 points with Cumberland High
winning the meet with 67, Rappannock 60, West Point 45, Sussex Central
44 and William Campbell 38.
Quintara Lyons was third in the hurdles and triple jump, while Quazhanik
placed third in the long jump and fifth
in the 100 meters.
Jacket girls in the top 10 were:
100 hurdles 3rd Quintara Lyons 17.76
100 hurdles 9th Rodjenek Harmon 18.94
100m 4th Nia-imani Richardson 12.99
100m 5th Quazhanik Upshur 13.19
100m 9th Desha Fitchett 13.61
1600m 10th Clarjanae Sparrow 7:34.08
200m 3rd Nia-imani Richardson 26.79
300 hurdles 7th Quintara Lyons 54.96
300 hurdles 9th Rodjenek Harmon 56.38
High jump 8th Quintara Lyons 4-04
Long jump 3rd Quazhanik Upshur 16-0
Triple jump 3rd Quintara Lyons 32-10.75
Nandua track athletes who qualified for the state meet were (from left):
front - Ty’Kara Smith; back - Trevon Pitt, Quashon Reid, Joseph McKinnie, Michael Sutton and Evan Lawrence.
4x100m 3rd Tylor Campbell, Niaimani Richardson, Desha Fitchett and
Keona Smith 53.0
4x400m 6th Northampton 4:48.42
The Northampton boys placed 14th
with 9 points. Parry McCluer won the
Broadwater’s Smith, Murphy Named All State VISAA
Broadwater Academy’s Palmer
Smith was named to the first team
softball All-State Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association,
and Austin Murphy was named to
the second team baseball team in voting by coaches.
Smith was joined on the All-Metro
first team by teammates Anna Sexauer and Natavia Wharton. Making
the second team All-Metro Conference
for softball were Greta Bunce, Parker
Murphy and Olivia Kellam.
Austin Murphy was named to the
first team All-Metro Conference baseball team, and Ben Farlow was a second team selection.
Will Sexauer and Ryan Scott were
named to the first team All-Metro Conference golf team this spring.
The Viking softball team was very
young this season as Smith, Sexauer
and Kellam are freshmen, and Bunce
and Parker are only eighth graders.
Wharton, the team’s top pitcher, is
a junior. Sexauer was a second-year
starter at catcher.
Smith played a solid first base and
was among the team’s top hitters all
season. Broadwater coach Noble Palmer calls her a team player “and a pleasure to coach.”
Murphy, a junior, led the baseball
team in hitting with a .395 average and
was also a key pitcher for the Vikings.
Scott and Sexauer, both seniors, led
the golf team to a second place showing at the Metro Conference golf tourney and first place in the conference
during the regular season.
meet with 72 points, Lancaster had
67.5 and Middlesex 65.
Northampton boys in the top 10 were:
100m 6th Michael Jones 11.61
110 hurdles 6th Marquel Fitchett 16.80
300 hurdles 5th Michael Jones 44.89
300 hurdles 9th Marquel Fitchett 45.88
High jump 8th Rickiece Poulson 5-08
Discus 6th Austin Brady 122-05.5
Northampton’s Quintara Lyons
was third in the triple jump and
100-meter hurdles.
27 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5
Northampton Boys Reach Regional Soccer Finals, In State Final 4
Northampton blanked Surry 6-0
Wednesday night at home in the regional semi-finals, securing a berth in
the regional finals and assuring the
Jackets a place in the state final four to
be played June 12 and 13 in Radford.
Omar Montalvo, José Palicio and
Bayron Ortiz scored first-half goals,
and Surry defenders knocked two more
in as the Jackets held a commanding
5-0 halftime lead. Junior Guildo added
a goal in the second half.
Jackets Top Mathews
Bayron Otiz scored a pair of goals
and Jesus Maldonado added one as the
Northampton boys’ soccer team advanced in regional play with a 3-1 win
over Mathews Monday at home.
Sammy Pineda contributed two assists on the night as the Jackets followed a conference championship with
an opening round win in regional play.
Jackets Win Conference
Jesus Maldonado scored two goals
and Bayron Ortiz and Sammy Pineda
scored one each as Northampton won
the Conference 41 soccer title with
a 4-0 win over Surry Friday night at
The Jacket offense kept the pressure on Surry from the opening moments with the Surry goalkeeper making numerous outstanding saves, but
Maldonado broke clear on a pass and
scored the opening goal with 7:01 left
in the first half. Less than a minute
later, Ortiz added a second goal to give
the Jackets a 2-0 halftime lead.
The Northampton boys’ soccer team won the Conference 41 championship with a 4-0 win over Surry last Friday. Pictured (from left) are: front row - Chris Montalvo, Billy Martinez, Miquel Ramos, José Palacio, James
Teeling, José Ibarra, Kavial Patel, Omar Montalvo, Elian Morales, Sean Marsh, and Mawyer Garvis; second
row - Sammy Pineda, Vincent Cusimano, Mariano Gaytan, Junior Gildo, David Henderson, Angel MateoSanchez, Jesus Maldonado, Brian Terron, Malik McCaskill, Bayron Ortiz, and Coach John Gorman.
Pineda scored at the 35:40 mark of
the second half, and Maldonado tallied
his second goal of the game with 8:21
left. José Ibarra recorded the shutout
in the Northampton goal.
“We scored 15 goals and allowed
none in two conference games to win
the championship,” said Northampton
coach John Gorman. “We can bring
players off the bench who play as well
as the starters. That helps when you
get in the postseason.”
Malik McCaskill (right) takes a
shot in Northampton’s 4-0 win over
Jose Palicio scored a first-half goal
Surry Friday night to capture the
Wednesday in a 6-0 Jacket win.
conference championship.
Jacket Girls Fall
4-3 in Marathon
It was a story of two halves and two
days for the Northampton girls’ soccer
On Monday, the Lady Jackets traveled to Goochland for a regional quarterfinal game and played to a 2-2 tie
at halftime before the skies opened up
and halted the game.
Northampton had to return on
Tuesday to play a second half in a cold
misty rain and took a 3-2 lead on a
Taylor Webb corner kick, a rare feat,
but Goochland rallied for two goals
and a 4-3 win, ending the Jacket season at 13-3-2, including two postseason losses.
The Monday goals came from Erica
Head on a cross by Taylor Webb, and
then Kennedy Webb scored off a pass
from her twin sister to tie it up with 10
minutes left before half.
Rachel McCann scored two for
“The girls fought until the very
end of the game, getting great scoring
chances and nearly tying up the game,”
said Jacket coach Tabi Webb. “I was
very proud of how they played. It was
a very unusual situation. I couldn’t be
more pleased with the season we’ve
had and how the girls have performed
the entire season.”
Jackets Topped by MW
The Northampton girls’ soccer team
finished runner-up in Conference 33 to
Maggie Walker Governor’s School following a 4-0 loss at home Friday.
Playing a 2A school because of the
lack of 1A schools fielding soccer teams,
the Lady Jackets found themselves
overmatched by a school that draws
from most of metropolitan Richmond
and sent seven players from last year’s
team to Division 1 soccer programs.
Northampton’s Kennedy Webb
(right) battles a Maggie Walker
player for the ball in action Friday.
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Bundick Well &
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Water & Sewage
Crane Service
“We make our
our friends”
442-5555 • Painter • 824-3555
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Phone: (757) 787-4565
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Classified Ads, Real Estate Ads, Auctions & Legal Notices
Eastern Shore Trading POST
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Help Wanted
carpenter wanted –
Must have transportation
with valid driver’s license.
Experience as a carpenter
required. Willing to work
Mon.-Fri. with some weekends. Call 757-894-2807.
available – 3-4 days
per week. Apply in person: 8
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need experienced
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Eastern Shore is looking
for qualified candidates
for the following opportunities:
Class A or B CDL Mixer
Class A or B CDL Dump
Truck Drivers
(3 years Commercial
driving experience required)
- Competitive pay rates
- 401(k) Plan
- Group Health Insurance
- Vacation Pay
- Holiday Pay
- Life Insurance
- Short Term Disability
Please apply in person at
our office at:
21226 Fairgrounds Road,
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Drug Free Workplace
Help Wanted
Employment Opportunity
Position: Hourly Flag Person
Position Announcement #2015-2-2191
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District will
be accepting applications for an Hourly Flag Person until
June 9, 2015, at 2:00 p.m.
Will direct the movement of traffic through construction
projects, accident, and/or disabled vehicle scenes. Distributes traffic control signs and markers along sites in designated patterns. Must possess a valid Virginia Driver’s
License and have the ability to withstand prolonged standing and exposure to inclement weather. This is an hourly/
seasonal position with an hourly rate of $10.00 an hour.
Applications may be obtained from the Chesapeake Bay
Bridge and Tunnel District’s personnel office from 8:00 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, by telephone (757)
331-2960, or online at www.cbbt.com/employment.html.
Applicants for employment with the Chesapeake Bay
Bridge and Tunnel District shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of employment without regard to
race, color, religion, political affiliation, national origin,
handicap, sex or age.
is currently recruiting
Center Nurse
Chincoteague Island Community Health Center
Current certification as a Registered Nurse or Licensed
Practical Nurse is required. Prefer experience in a medical setting.
Individual must be energetic, flexible and self-motivated with strong attention to detail, communication,
teamwork, customer service and computer skills. This
position also requires a person with the ability to use
clinical assessment skills and perception to determine
the needs of the patient while working with the medical
provider. Ability to provide bilingual patient care is a
This is a 40-hour-a-week position with benefits.
If you are a mission-driven person looking to make a
difference, email an application to [email protected] before
noon on June 9, 2015. Applications can be obtained from
www.esrh.org. Resumes may accompany the application
but will not be considered if sent alone.
Eastern Shore Rural Health offers a competitive
benefits package and our campuses are TobaccoFree Workplaces. EOE/M/F/Disability/Vet
Accomack County is seeking applicants for the
position of Fire Medic I (Part-time). The deadline for application is 2:00 p.m. on Monday,
June 15, 2015. Full details are available online:
Accomack County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Place your help wanted ad in the
Eastern Shore Post for as little as
$10 per week! Call for free pricing at
Human Resources Coordinator Vacancy
The Superintendent invites qualified and interested candidates to apply for the position of Human Resources Coordinator. Currently, Accomack County Public Schools has 11 schools serving more than 5,200 students, of which nearly
66% qualify for free and/or reduced price lunch. The division is committed to building talented and committed cadres of
educators and providing the appropriate supports to schools to ensure all students can be successful.
Responsibilities: The job of the HR Coordinator was established for the purpose of carrying forward the mission
and vision of the school system by ensuring that all human capital initiatives are executed in an effective and efficient
manner. The HR Coordinator plans, directs, and administers HR functions for the division including developing and
monitoring HR procedures, following HR-­related federal and state statutes, human relations, and interpreting employment contracts, recommending all HR actions to the Chief of Staff, assisting with employee benefits, assisting with
employee evaluation procedures, recruiting and retaining staff, screening of applicants, and planning and implementing
all programs related to HR.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in human resource management or educational leadership. Master’s degree preferred.
• At least 4­-5 years of professional and/or supervisory experience in human resource management, educational leadership,
and/or other related experience.
• Previous work experience that aligns with the division’s needs and goals.
• Track record of executing data­driven campaigns that led to strong qualitative and quantitative outcomes.
• Track record of managing projects and initiatives that achieved or exceeded ambitious goals.
• Maintains a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism at all times in handling sensitive information, data and issues.
• A valid driver’s license as well as current insurance and vehicle with valid registration.
• Required criminal history background check, physical and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status.
• The Accomack County Public School Division’s process calls for the development and high­-quality implementation of programs and partnerships that can serve students, parents, community stakeholders and partnerships division-­wide. Reporting
to the Chief of Staff, the HR Coordinator will be involved with work on special projects and in some cases will provide administrative support in various capacities in the focus of human capital development and administration.
• Plans, directs, and coordinates the recruitment of and hiring procedures for all new personnel. Reviews supervisor recommendations for employment of staff or personnel/salary changes and recommends for School Board approval. Assists administrators with staff hiring and placement decisions.
• Plans and directs HR functions for the school division; develops and implements HR­-related programs, policies, and procedures.
• Supports all administrators and supervisors regarding HR policies and procedures (e.g. hiring, discipline, evaluation, termination, benefits).
• Stays current with federal and state mandates and regulations related to HR practices and procedures (FMLA, FLSA, etc.).
• Monitors on-­line application sites and submits reports to administrators.
• Issues employment letters and contracts for new employees.
• Oversees New Employee Orientation.
• Monitors staffing FTEs for all employee groups: teacher FTEs at each school, classified, instructional assistants, etc.
• Formulates proposals, administers, and interprets employment contracts, agreements and policies.
• Directs the implementation for compliance of all mandates and requirements; determines appropriate employee salary levels,
steps or number of years credit, and processes all salary adjustments in collaboration with the payroll department.
• Assists the payroll department with the employee benefit programs.
• Facilitates the integration of new employees into the school division. Manages communications division-­wide regarding expectations, responsibilities and benefit information using a variety of vehicles including New Employee Orientation, answering
questions in meetings or via phone, sending out periodic notices, and writing benefit­-related materials and ongoing general
communication regarding employee benefits.
• Coordinates special programs or projects such as new staff orientation programs, division
workshops, and employee assistance programs.
• Assists the Chief of Staff in preparation of required board, state and federal reports.
• Performs all other duties and tasks as assigned.
Knowledge of:
• Basic operations, services, and activities of human resource programs and processes.
• Working knowledge of HR-­related federal and state laws and PreK-­12 Virginia Statutes.
• Knowledge of best practices regarding labor­-management relations, conflict resolution, employee evaluations, progressive
discipline, hiring and terminating, and benefits administration.
• Proficiency regarding use of productivity software, HR and financial systems.
• Principles and procedures of program assessment and evaluation.
• Team­-building techniques and project development.
• Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and safety regulations.
• Recent developments, current literature, and sources of information related to human capital services, planning, and administration.
Skilled in:
• Listening and communication.
• Developing, maintaining and streamlining HR processes and procedures, implementing new programs, processes and procedures (online applications systems, employee absences systems, evaluation systems, etc.).
• Researching and documenting.
• Coaching and supporting staff.
Salary: $59,568-$89,912
Deadline: June 12, 2015
Applicants are to submit a Professional Employee Application to:
Dr. Rhonda A. Hall , Assistant Superintendent
Accomack County Public Schools
P.O. Box 330
Accomac, VA 23301
A Professional Application can be obtained from our website: www.sbo.accomack.k12.va.us or by calling (757) 787-5754
or (757) 824-5601. Applications can be picked up from the School Board Office at 23296 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, VA
23301, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Accomack County School System is an equal opportunity employer.
30 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
Auto Mechanic
Kool Ford is hiring. Experience a must. Top dollar to right
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Auto Collision & Paint Technician
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The Virginian-Pilot in
the Painter & Cape
Charles areas. Responsible candidates must have
transportation, and be
able to work early morning hours. 7 days/week.
Call 757-787-7224.
Transportation Coordinator
The Superintendent invites qualified and interested candidates to apply for the position of Transportation Coordinator.
Currently, Accomack County Public Schools has 11 schools serving more than 5,200 students, of which nearly 66%
qualify for free and/or reduced price lunch. The division is committed to building talented and committed cadres of
educators and providing the appropriate supports to schools to ensure all students can be successful.
Responsibilities: The job of the Transportation Coordinator was established for the purpose of carrying forward the mission and vision of the school system by ensuring that all human capital initiatives are executed in an effective and efficient
manner. The Transportation Coordinator plans, directs, coordinates and oversees all functions pertaining to the operation
and maintenance of the division transportation department. This includes personnel, equipment, and facilities. The prime
concern is safe, efficient, and economical transportation of students between home and school on a regular schedule, and
between other destinations within or outside the division boundaries on a special scheduling basis.
• Candidate must possess a high school diploma or GED.
• At least 4­-5 years of experience in a supervisory role.
• Previous work experience that aligns with the division’s needs and goals.
• Maintains a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism at all times in handling sensitive information, data and
• A valid driver’s license as well as current insurance and vehicle with valid registration.
• Meet school bus driver certification requirements
• Required criminal history background check, physical, and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status.
• Establish all regular bus routes, schedules, and stops. Develop route maps for drivers, schools, etc. as appropriate.
• Coordinate student transportation activities with school officials, department heads and other interested groups or
• Participate along with school officials in parent/student conferences in an effort to resolve or prevent misconduct and
unsafe conditions, which involve the transportation system.
• Develop school bus specifications, which meet the need of the division and fully comply with state and federal regulations.
• Recommend procurement of additional or replacement buses and disposal of old or uneconomical units.
• Assist in the development and forecast transportation department budget requirements and administers the expenditure of funds as allocated.
• Maintain cost accounting records.
• Collect data and develop all required school bus transportation oriented reports and insures their submission on a
timely basis.
• Ensure compliance with the code and pertinent policies regarding training, licensing, registration, and operational permits.
• Recruit, recommend for employment, and evaluations of transportation department personnel.
• Provide information about the fleet leading to the purchase of new vehicles and declaring vehicles surplus.
• Arranges for special transportation for summer school and other special needs circumstances.
• Provide instructions to staff regarding safety procedures at all bus stops.
• Provide instruction in behavior management of all students.
• Provide instruction in management of special needs students.
• Provide for a pool of adequately trained and informed substitute bus drivers.
• Conducts continuing bus driver training and traffic safety program.
• Supervise general maintenance program with specific attention to safety inspections.
• Implement procedures to insure adequacy of maintenance phase of the safety program.
• Establish performance standards and supervise operational care, service, and maintenance of all vehicles within the
• Conduct accident investigation and supervise accident report to appropriate law enforcement and insurance agencies.
• Establish and maintain good public relations program.
• Evaluate safety of road conditions during inclement weather and provide timely information to superintendent or
• Provides for appropriate fiscal management, according to law and policy, of all allocated funds assigned.
• Complies with and supports school and division regulations and policies.
• Attends in-­service training to improve skills, attitudes, and knowledge of school related transportation and pupil control.
• Models non­-discriminatory practices in all activities.
• Performs related duties as assigned by the Supervisor of Personnel/Middle Schools and/or the Superintendent in
accordance with the school/system policies and practices.
Skilled in:
• Listening and communication.
• Developing, maintaining and streamlining transportation processes and procedures, implementing new programs,
processes and procedures (online applications systems, employee absences systems, evaluation systems, etc.).
• Researching and documenting.
• Coaching and supporting staff.
Salary: $59,568-$89,912
Deadline: June 12, 2015
Applicants are to submit a Professional Employee Application to:
Dr. Rhonda A. Hall , Assistant Superintendent
Accomack County Public Schools
P.O. Box 330
Accomac, VA 23301
A Professional Application can be obtained from our website: www.sbo.accomack.k12.va.us or by calling (757) 787-5754
or (757) 824-5601. Applications can be picked up from the School Board Office at 23296 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, VA
23301, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Accomack County School System is an equal opportunity employer.
Virginia Department
of Transportation
opportunities statewide.
currently seeking
candidates for the followingposition:
Maintenance Crew MemberAccomack, VA
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The Eastern
Board (ESCSB)
is Community
an equalServices
is recruiting for a Mental Health/Substance Abuse Case
Interested individuals should apply through the ESCSB’s
website at www.escsb.org for the application, job details
and required credentials. A thoroughly completed ESCSB
application with applicable supplemental information is required. Resumes may accompany the application but will
not be considered alone. The individual accepting this position will be subject to a nationwide criminal background
check via fingerprinting. The ESCSB participates in E-Verify
for employment eligibility. Application deadline is Friday,
June 26, 2015.
needed - 2 days a week.
Transportation necessary.
References. 757-710-2866.
mechanic – $17-21/hour.
Apply at VEC. Speak with
reid & taylor roofing – Painter, Carpenter
& Roofer needed. 678-6169.
coastal tire & auto
is looking for an AG and
Commercial tire service
technician. Please mail or
bring resume to store at
3502 Main St., Exmore,
23350. Salary based on exp.
Call office at 757-442-6116
or cell at 757-710-2866.
no experience necessary: picking up
pine cones & sticks
on tree farm. Birdsnest, Va.
Auto Supplies
Reese 12k gtw dual
weight-distribution & anti-sway
system for towing a travel
trailer. Plus shank & ball.
Used twice. Regular $750,
Sell $375. Call 757-350-9055.
Boats, Etc.
’98 evinrude outboard - 60 h.p., runs
great, can be demo’d. $1,100
OBO. Call 757-331-1918 &
ask for David.
’03 15’ triumph boat 50 h.p. Yamaha motor, trailer, Bimini top, low hours,
good cond. $5,500. Call
’77 22’ catalina sailboat - Swing keel, new
fiberglass, clean cabin, good
sails, 6 h.p. Yamaha long
shaft, Load-rite trailer. REDUCED: $2,800. 442-1132
’00 maxum 2800 scr
twin 4.3L V6 engines.
Exc. cond. w/recent (2014)
maintenance record. Many
extras. $19K OBO. Call
’81 Wellcraft cuddy cabin V20 steplift,
deep V2004 Mer Cruiser,
low hours, with trailer
$3,000. 757-331-1053
whirlwind - Race or
fish w/18 h.p. manual-start
Johnson. Boat refinished
to show! Motor overhauled
w/mechanics guaranteed!
$5,900 (negotiable). Diane:
757-789-5141 before 6 p.m.
20’ Wellcraft v20 ’92
Merc 150, GPS/Depth, VHF,
Cox EZ Load trailer. $2,500.
mercury outboard
propeller ss 22Pitch - Like new. $450.
23’ bayliner - 5.7 I/O,
9.9 aux. motor w/hyd. lift,
anchor puller, sink, fridge,
stove, head, sleeps 4, trailer.
$8,995. 757-302-1185
’06 17 1/2-ft. sea pro
cc - Virtually like new
w/90 h.p. Merc & all aluminum float on trailer. Ready
& equiped! $11,900 or small
boat). Jim: 757-789-5141
before 6 p.m.
w/1996 johnson 88 h.p.
SPL motor. Exc. cond., trailer included. $3K OBO. Call
’86 aquasport - 29ft. TM w/tower & controls,
full electronics & auto-pilot, radar & A/C. Twin 350
inboards, galley, head w/
shower, sleeps 4. $9,950.
Call 757-789-3513.
boat wheels - 4-blade,
1 pair, 19” x 23-1½” shaft.
$500. Call 757-999-3437 &
leave message.
1988 Grady White
20’, 225 h.p.
Yamaha, 2 axle
trailer. Ready to go.
REDUCED: $9,000.
Call 757-824-5748.
19.5-ft. privateer Custom from factory open,
full-length custom canopy.
40 h.p. Honda w/40 hrs.,
elec. start & tilt, all stainless steel deck fittings,
Load-rite trailer w/teflon
rollers. $9,500: it is a steal!
Call 757-875-0268.
34’ deltaville deadrise $28,500 obo Charter Fishing Boat. 2012
Re-Power Cat 3208T (757)
678-3718. [email protected]
20’ 4” open c-hawk ’95 Mercury 200 outboard,
trailer, $7,800. 710-2958.
’98 sunbird cuttycab - 130 h.p. Evinrude,
222 hours, w/trailer. $5,000.
757-709-1191, leave msg.
’91 SeaRay Sundancer
- 28’, 10’6” Beam, Twin Mercruiser I/O 5.0LX Engines;
A/C w/reverse cycle heat,
nice galley, head w/ shower,
sleeps 6, 2 custom canvases,
much more. 787-3454
’02 catamaran - 18’, 75
h.p. Mercury eng. & trailer.
Bought new in 2002. Low
engine hours & exc. cond.
$8,000 OBO. 331-1319
’90 22-ft. seapro cutty cabin - Rebuilt OMC
225. 160-gal. fuel tank,
22-ft. aluminum trailer w/
brakes (Grady White clone).
$10,300. Pat-757-442-4635.
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 31
boat wheels - 3-blade,
1 pair, 22” x 23-1½” shaft.
$500. Call 757-999-3437 &
leave message.
’99 angler - 22-ft. Walkaround Cutty Cab, 150
h.p. Johnson. Boat, motor,
all equipment & Venture
trailer: $7,000 OBO. Call
’03 aquasport - 19-ft.
4-in. CC, 115 h.p. Johnson
(low hrs.), EZ Loader trailer, new upholstery, must
see! REDUCED: $9,200.
OBO. Call 757-678-6098.
’01 18’ trophy - Very
good cond. + extras. Can
be seen at K & E Marine,
across from Perdue plant.
$11K. 757-678-3622.
OUTBOARD - 115 h.p. $1800.
Can be demoed. Good condition. 757-442-1345
24’ privateer w/130
H.P. Yamaha 2-stroke
Boat, motor, & trailer: asking $8,000 OBO. Pot puller
Farm & Lawn
2000 case maxi-c
w/Hydra-Bore & P-75
vibratory plow & 6-in.
digger chain, 492 use
hours. $7,500.
Call 757-442-9239.
husqvarna yth2448t
riding mower - 48”
cut, Briggs & Stratton 2-cyl.
OHV-Twin engine. REDUCED: $750. Call 757894-8677.
1953 ANNIVERSARY JUBILEE 600 FORD TRACTOR - $3,500. 442-7507.
horse hay - $5 per bale.
straw - $3.50 per bale.
Call 757-824-3930 or call
757-894-1339 (cell).
Misc. - For Sale
refrigerator - Counter-depth, 4
years old. $650 OBO. Call
709-3426. Pick up only.
for sale - Professional
Women’s Clothing, Shoes
& Handbags. Sizes 6 to 24.
Call 757.787.7697 for more
’12 scooter power
wheelchair - Adjustable w/selected height,
head, arm & back rests,
joystick, charging port, 10”
rear drive wheel, 6” front
post, shassis shroud footrest, $2,800 OBO. 336-3506
after 6:30 p.m.
furniture sale - Everything 15% off. June 5 &
6. 9-5. 28035 Dockview St.,
Harborton, Va. Visit our
website: easternshorepainted
beach cruiser bike
Made in the U.S.A., Exc.
cond. ONLY $100!! 442-5436.
set of 4 chrome 20”
universal car rims
& 2 brand new tires
– Reduced: $225 for everything. 678-2566.
baldwin piano - Excellent condition. Needs
tuning. $400. 757-710-8612
soft crabs
soft crabs
soft crabs
For Sale
colonial-style recliner - Burgundy, very
good cond. $200 OBO. Call
simplicity basinet
- Like brand new with music and vibrations. $75. Call
Get your Classified
Ads in NOW before
July 1 price change.
5-pc. rattan sunroom set - Couch, loveseat, chair, glass end table
& coffee table. Like new.
$1,200 OBO. 973-670-4451.
Chincoteague Island.
754 taylor triplehead
cream machine - Bought
new; only used 6 mos. GET
Water cooled. $2,500. Call
ROOM TABLE w/brass
legs $275. 757-787-7307.
pipe-threading machine - 1”-2” with dies &
oiler. $1,500. 757-710-0070.
Above-ground pool. 24’
round with auto cleaner.
Must be moved. $2,950
OBO. 757-709-0409
’88-’92 maxx racing
card set - And 1990
Skybox NBA Card Sets:
Make Offer. 710-8637
’09 fugitsu a/c heat
pump - High eff., all papers, works great/condition,
test ready. REDUCED: $600.
Call Scott at 442-2079.
generator: 1850-watt
Coleman Generator: $200.
Misc. used office furniture
& working gangboxes: Call
for prices. 710-0070
FOR SALE: antique
china closet. $200
OBO. Call 757-787-7307.
items for sale - 6 piece
wall unit 16’x7’ $450; grills,
books, $’s low, not priced
items range from $2-$30.
Mobile Homes
Holland Hill
Residential Community
29279 Tyler Drive
New Church, VA 23415
2- & 3-BDRM mobile homes
rent starts at $550 per month.
washer/dryer hook-up.
Weekly trash pick-up/
water/sewer are included in
rent. Transit Bus Service.
No pets.
ONLY $10
eastville area - Nice
2BR, private lot, no pets, no
smokers, $525/mo. Call 6308966.
Mobile Home Parts
for sale. Dreamland Homes,
Rt. 13, Accomac, VA.
are you a veteran
and looking for
a new home? Call
302-846-0495 for details.
we pay top $$$ dollar $$$ for tradeins!!! Call to schedule your free home
evaluation: 302-846-9100.
new 3BR, 2BR home
only $500.00 deposit Call for details:
2br mobile homes
in northern acc.
cty. for rent - Section 8 approved. Call
nueva casa 3 recamoras & 2 banos solo
$500 deposito Llame
para los requisitos
we pay top $$$ dollar $$$ for used
homes. Call for details: 302-846-0495.
Real Estate
A boating paradise with 37 public
boat ramps, 4 public beaches &
14 uninhabited barrier islands.
3/4 acre near marina $29,900;
1.29 acre on tidal pond w/beach
access $39,900;
2.4 acre on scenic cove w/dock
1.8 acre, on large inlet to
Chesapeake w/expansive view
Low, low taxes, near hospital,
restaurants, schools & shopping.
corner lot - 80’ front, 150’
back. Well & sewage. The
great town of Melfa, next to
old carnival grounds. On US
13, 3 mi. South of Walmart.
Appraised @ $54,700. Call
lot for sale - .912
acres. Well & septic installed. On Boston Rd.,
Pungoteague (just south
of Big Pine Rd.) Asking
$25,900. Call 757-710-7349
wachapreague - Tax
Map 113, double circle 2,
parcel G. 26.43 acres. Asking $5K/acre. Call 442-9791
for sale: wallops
launch pad view
3/4-acre lot - Site
ready. Priced below assessment. Call 757-710-0501.
for sale: craddockville - House w/3BR,
1.5BA, on 1/2-acre lot w/lg.
workshop & outbuilding.
Enclosed den & screened
front porch. Lg. living &
dining rooms. WOW: only
$139,000. Call 442-9436.
Rentals - Apts.
onancock - 2BR, Kitchen, W/D, gas heat, A/C.
Lease, security required.
Call 757-787-8429. $775.
exmore - 1 lg. bedroom
w/storage room, A/C, full
BA, LR, DR, Kit. w/pantry
& W/D. $550/mo. + sec. dep.
+ ref. req’d. 757-350-9055.
temperanceville 2BR, 1BA, lg. Kit., LR, Din.
Rm., W/D hook-up. Avail.
now. $625/mo. Call
onancock - Deluxe
2BR, Liv. & Din. area, 1BA,
W/D, All Appliances, $675/
mo. 1 year lease, 1 mo. sec.
dep., & ref. req’d. 787-7640.
Available now.
Village I & II
attucks apts.
3208 Thurgood Marshall Rd.
Exmore, VA 23350
3-bedroom units available for immediate occupancy by qualified applicants. Special offer:
April 1, 2015 thru June 30,
2015–$20.00 application
fee waived, $250.00 discounted flat rate security
deposit for all applicants
meeting the 3-bedroom occupancy standards. Applications will be available at
3208 Thurgood Marshall
Road, Exmore, Virginia
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday thru Friday. Applications may be requested by
calling the Crispus Attucks
office number or visiting
the Accomac Northampton
Regional Housing office in
• Housing Choice Vouchers
• Rental Assistance Available
Perfect Time to Make the Move
No More Lawn Care
Join Our Senior Community,
We Will Do The Work While
You Enjoy Our Planned
Let us show you one of our
Apartment Homes in the
Parksley Area
We are now Accepting
Call for our Move-in Special
Accepting applications
for immediate occupancy
– 62 yrs. & older or 55
& disabled. Must meet
federal guidelines. Office
is located at: 4 Boundary Ave., Onancock, VA.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday & Thursday
between 8am & 4:30pm.
757-787-7726 or TTY/TDD 711.
This institution is an Equal
Housing Opportunity &
Rentals Commercial
onancock - 5,400 sq. ft.
warehouse/office. Good for
contractor or service company. 757-710-0897.
available - Between
Onley and Onancock. All
utilities (except phone).
Call 787-7105.
2 units for rent Salon/office space & office/
storefront. Rt. 13, Exmore.
Call for details. 757-7101095.
Rentals - Houses
Home For
Rent in
Seaside waterfront
home on 2 acres with
dock, deck, 2-car
garage, fireplace,
remodeled kitchen.
4 BR, 2 BA, loft,
central air and heat.
On Gargatha Creek,
5 minutes from
secluded barrier
island. Within view
of Wallops launches.
Available Sept. 1.
Call 442-4553.
32 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
14319 Deer Path
Hallwood, VA 23359
(757) 990-1131
Residential • Commercial
FREE Estimates • Stump Grinding
Stump Removal • Lot Clearing • Excavation
Licensed and Insured
birdsnest area - 3BR
house, W/D hook-up, nice
neighborhood, Sec. 8 welcome. Call 678-7483 & leave
name & number.
2br/1ba onley, va
house located in the
town of Onley. Available
month plus one month security deposit required.
Call for additional details.
(757) 710-9720.
modest town - 3BR,
2BA, LR, Kit. w/appl., Util.
Rm. w/ W/D hook-up, Central Air, 1 yr. lease. $750/
mo. + dep. 757-894-1095.
hallwood - 2BR, 1BA,
LR, Kit. w/appl., Sm. Office, Util. Rm. w/ W/D hookup, 1 yr. lease. $675/mo. +
dep. 757-894-1095.
onancock - In-town,
4BR Cape Cod, lg. LR, Din.
Rm., Kit., Bath, Laundry Rm., w/hook-ups &
screened porch. $825/mo.
+ $1,000 sec. dep. Call
gargatha area - 3BR,
2BA for rent. Quiet, peaceful neighborhood. Sec. 8
welcome to apply. Call &
leave msg.: 789-7654.
exmore - 2BR, 1BA home
w/deck & shed. Extra-large
treed lot on a dead-end
street. Close to hospital &
schools. Perfect for teacher
or RN. $650/mo. Ref. req.
Avail. Aug. 1. 757-678-7500.
Cherry and more for
sale. Rough cut or planed
available or we saw your
logs. Portable Sawmill.
mini storage
Rt. 650, Taylor Rd.,
Tasley. 757-787-3059.
$10 Off 1st month’s rent
LEATHER & VINYL REPAIR Fibrenew Delmarva
[email protected]
Garage Doors
Automatic Openers
Installation, Sales
& Service
Affordable Rates
Call 894-3151
Vehicles – Cars,
Trucks, SUVs, RVs
travel trailer $7,000. Call 442-3956.
’08 gulfstream b
touring xl edition Only 7,840 mi., 2 slide-outs,
immaculate. $80,000. Call
’03 thor 37-ft. intruder - 3 slide-outs, 47K orig.
miles, 2 A/C units, generator, self-leveling hydraulic
jack. $29,500. 757-710-1431.
’01 mazda miata mx5
convertible - Silver w/black int., auto., exc.
cond., 141K mi., $4,000 firm.
Call 757-710-4747.
John Miller can save you some
bacon this Summer!!
Tree & Stump Removal, Stone, Dry Clam
Shells, Top Soil, Fill Dirt, Excavation, &
Backhoe Work
Just Call Site Work Specialist
John C. Miller at 757-665-4026
rare 2005 ssr chevrolet roadster Hard-top convertible, LT-1
Corvette engine, black,
exc. cond., special stripes.
$38,000. Call 757-894-1664.
’03 ford sport trac
V6, auto., 4x4, sun roof,
good tires, great cond.,
212K miles, $4,300 OBO.
’10 toyota tacoma
pre-runner supercab – 83K miles, Exc.
Cond. REDUCED: $16,500.
Call Jeff at 678-6041.
’81 Cadillac El Dorado Diesel. Very good
cond. Low mileage. $4,850.
Call Rodney 665-4639.
’73 f600 ford dumptruck - Runs good.
$3,000. Call after 5 p.m. Call
’11 mustang gt 5.0 –
6-spd. auto., red exterior
& black interior. 9,900 mi.
$22,000. 410-957-4508.
Simpson Tree & BOBCAT Service - Tree trimming, removal and stump
grinding. 787-2100 or 7108477. FREE ESTIMATES.
We accept credit cards.
paRKS paving
Paving, Seal Coating, All
Repairs, Culvert Pipes &
Extensions, Dirt Work,
Bobcat & Mini Backhoe
Services. Locally Owned
Business. 757-710-9600.
• Copper, • Brass,
• Aluminum, • Stainless
Steel, • A/C Units,
• Computers.
Opening Soon in Melfa
Working late? Place your classifieds in
print or online at any hour of the day
or night at
Add a graphic or a picture too!
’00 mustang – 150K mi.
New tires, brakes clutch &
$4,300 Firm. Call 710-7571.
class-c motorhome
Leprechaun 32-ft., 2 slideouts, leveling jacks. Loaded
w/extras. $58,900 OBO.
’04 f150 4x4 ford xlt
lariet - All options, 200K
mi., mechanically & physically sound. $7,800. Call 757620-9042 or 757-653-0371.
2-dr. sedan. $1,800 firm.
442-2263 after 5.
’99 35th anniversary
gt mustang - Professionally installed engine
9/15/11, 36-mo. warranty
on engine still good. $7,500.
Good cond. 757-377-8261.
’03 ford mustang –
Newly painted yellow, P/S,
A/T, A/C, CD player w/remote,
full power, V6, exc. cond.,
112.5K mi., REDUCED:
1969 4-door chevy
malibu – Has a solid
frame. Restoration project.
350 rebuilt engine. Title included. $2,200 OBO. Leave
message: 787-4143.
’12 nissan altima 2.5S, 4-DR, 4-cyl. automatic,
A/C, CD player, cruise control, power window/locks,
like new, warranty, 22K mi.,
$14,900. Call 443-235-0304.
’11 trailrunner rv
- Length 34.8 ft., weight
7,136 lbs., 2 axles, 1 power
side, has awning, perfect
condition: $13,000. Carolyn
Annis 757-665-4195.
’84 Monte Carlo Classic. 45,000 actual miles,
AM/FM cassette, power
brakes & steering. $8,800.
Vehicles – Motorcycles
& ATVs & Scooters
’04 harley davidson
fat boy - 1,726 mi.,
brand new, Vance & Hines
Longshots, sissy seat, all
jackets, helmets, access. included. $10,500. 787-1209:
ask for Ross or Taylor Kool.
’07 suzuki bergman
650 scooter - 29K
mi., electric/manual shift,
$2,450. Call before 5 p.m.:
’07 kawasaki vulcan
900 custom - Exc. cond.,
2,600 mi., garage kept,
many extras. $4,200. Call
classic HARLEy davidson - Merlot sunglow
metal flake & vivid black w/
pinstriping. 96 h.p., 1,133
mi., garage kept, Vance
Hansen modified exhaust,
$18,500. 757-694-1336.
’88 BMW motorcycle
- K100RS, 52K miles. Has
bags, fairing, & windshield.
$3,000 OBO. 50 m.p.g. Call
‘04 Harley fat boy
Exhaust, 6,773 miles. Asking $9,500. Call 757-7099112 or 757-709-4963.
Yard/Estate Sales
sale - Vaucluse Shore,
Machipongo. Sat., June
6. 8am-1pm. Take Rogers Drive to Bayside Rd.
Turn left on Bayside Rd. to
Church Neck Rd. Left on
Church Neck Rd. Stop at
the pool house for map of
participating homes.
moving sale - Sat.,
June 6. 8am-? 13 Brooklyn
Ave., Wachapreague. Tools,
household items, furn.,
sheets, elec. blankets, etc.
multi-family yard
sale - Sat., June 6. 7am1pm. 12 Church St., Wachapreague. Riding mower,
dishes, glasses, antiques.
Place your rental in the
Eastern Shore Post and
get it rented faster.
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 33
Pursuant to Decrees of the Circuit
Court of the County of Northampton,
Virginia entered in the cases specified
herein, the following real estate will be
sold at public auction on Tuesday, June 9,
2015, at the Northampton County Circuit
Courthouse, 5229 The Hornes, Eastville,
VA 23347 at 12:00 p.m., to­-wit:
MAP NO. 00021-­01­-BLK­-00-­002B
All that parcel of land near Nassawadox, Franktown District, Northampton
County, Virginia, being 1.00 acre, more or
less, shown as Tract 2B on a plat recorded
in Plat Book 27, page 69.
MAP NO. 00112-­0A­-BLK-­00-­071
All that parcel of land near Townsend,
Capeville District, Northampton County,
Virginia, being 5.00 acres, more or less,
bounded North by Chesapeake Bay Bridge
& Tunnel District; East by U. S. Highway
13; West by John O. Morris; South by
Cedar Grove Crossroad.
MAP NO. 0105A-­0A-­BLK-­00-­092
All that parcel of land in Capeville,
Northampton County, Virginia, being
0.25 acre, more or less, bounded North by
Capeville Lodge No. 3489 of the Grand
Union Order of Odd Fellows; East by
Mary Pauline Morris; South by Frank
Lindsay, deceased; West by W. B. Weeks,
MAP NO. 038A1-­01-­BLK­-00­-065
All that parcel of land in Northampton
County, Virginia, being Lot 65, Vaucluse
Shores Subdivision, shown in Plat Book 8,
page 3.
MAP NO. 00058­-0A-­BLK-­00-­105
All that parcel of land near Eastville,
Northampton County, Virginia, bounded
North by Robert A. Joyner; East by Virginia
State Route 670 for 50 ft.; South by George O.
Brooks; West by Benj. W. Mears, Sr. for 50 ft.
MAP NO. 0015F-­01-­BLK­-00-­006
All that parcel of land near Hare Valley,
Northampton County, Virginia, containing
3.72 acres, more or less, shown as Lot 6 on
a plat recorded in Plat Book 4, page 144.
MAP NO. 0015F­-01-­BLK­-00-­008
All that parcel of land near Hare Valley,
Northampton County, Virginia, containing
2.55 acres, more or less, shown as Lot 8 on
a plat recorded in Plat Book 4, page 144.
MAP NO. 0015F-­01-­BLK-­00-­010
All that parcel of land near Hare
Valley, Northampton County, Virginia,
containing 2.55 acres, more or less, shown
as Lot 10 on a plat recorded in Plat Book
4, page 144.
MAP NO. 0015F-­01­-BLK-­00-­011
All that parcel of land near Hare Valley,
Northampton County, Virginia, containing
4.03 acres, more or less, shown as Lot 6 on
a plat recorded in Plat Book 4, page 144.
MAP NO. 021A1­-0A­-BLK-­00-­096
All that parcel of land situate in the
Town of Nassawadox, Northampton
County, Virginia, being 0.033 acre, more or
less, bounded Northwest by Lillie Watson;
Northeast by Ruth Palmer; Southeast by
Bruce Peace; Southwest by a ditch.
MAP NO. 021A1­-0A-BLK-­00-­102
All that parcel of land at Nassawadox,
Northampton County, Virginia, bounded
Northeast by Ellue Razor; Southeast by
Walter Trower; Southwest by James E.
Sessoms; Northwest by Smith Beckett and
being 100 ft. by 70 ft.
MAP NO. 0015F­-01-­BLK-­00-­005
All that parcel of land near Hare
Valley, Northampton County, Virginia,
containing 2.55 acres, more or less, shown
as Lot 5 on a plat recorded in Plat Book 4,
page 144.
MAP NO. 083A1­-01-­BLK-­00-­169B
All that parcel of land in the Town of
Cape Charles, Northampton County, Virginia, being part of Lot 169 and Lot 172
as shown on a plat recorded in Deed Book
316, page 768.
MAP NO. 010A2-­0A-­BLK-­00-­036
All that parcel of land near Exmore,
Northampton County, Virginia, beginning at a point in the center of a ditch 15
ft. West of a concrete monument marked
with a cross on the top, this monument
being a corner stone locating the lands of
J. W. Chandler and the N. Y. P. & N. R. R.
Co., thence an Easterly direction 150 ft.,
thence a Northerly direction and perpendicular to the aforesaid line 60 ft.; thence
a Southerly direction 131.75 ft. to the
center line of the above-mentioned ditch,
thence by several courses and distances a
Southerly direction to the beginning.
MAP NO. 0077G­-02-­BLK-­00-­001C
All that parcel of land near Cheriton,
Northampton County, Virginia, containing
33,610 sq. ft., more or less, shown as Lot
1-C on a plat recorded in Plat Book 23,
page 78.
MAP NO. 0112D-­01-­BLK-­00-­002C
All that parcel of land near Cedar
Grove, Northampton County, Virginia,
bounded North by a 12 ft. outlet roadway;
East and South by Martha S. Smith;
West by Washington L. Smith.
MAP NO. 00083-­03-­BLK-­00-­007
All that parcel of land near Cheriton,
Eastville District, Northampton County,
Virginia, being Lot 7, Townfield Meadows, on
a plat recorded in Plat Book 37, at page 13.
MAP NO. 00083-­06-­BLK-­00-­000A22
All that parcel of land near Cheriton,
Eastville District, Northampton County,
Virginia, being Lot A-22, Kings Meadows,
Section II, on a plat recorded in Plat Book
37, page 70.
MAP NO. 010A2-­04-­BLK-­00-­003
All that parcel of land in the Town of
Exmore, Northampton County, Virginia,
being 4.32 acres, more or less, shown on a
plat recorded in Plat Book 6, page 71.
LESS AND EXCEPT a conveyance
recorded in Deed Book 168, page 336 and
in Deed Book 192, page 422.
MAP NO. 0105A-­0A-­BLK­-00-­066
All that parcel of land in Cheapside,
Northampton County, Virginia, beginning at the northwesterly corner of James
G. Douglas at the southerly edge of a
driveway and running southerly 60 ft. to
Claretine Spady; thence Easterly 87 ft.
to the lands of James G. Douglas; thence
Northerly 42 ft. to the southerly side of
said driveway; thence along said driveway
Westerly 90 ft. to the beginning.
MAP NO. 0091B-­03-­BLK-­00-­006
All that parcel of land situate in Fairview,
near Bayview, Northampton County, Virginia, being Lot 6 on a map recorded in Deed
Book 148, page 508, said lot having a width
of 122 ft., more or less, and extending back
between parallel lines 102 ½ ft., more or less.
MAP NO. 00030-­0A-­BLK-­00-­057
All that parcel of land near Birdsnest,
Northampton County, Virginia, being 1.60
acres, more or less, bounded East by Garrett Sanderson; North by Alice Rowley;
West by Laura Ashby; South by Virginia
State Highway 620.
MAP NO. 00049­-0A-­BLK-­00-­123
All that parcel of land near Shadyside,
Northampton County, Virginia, being 0.50
acre, more or less, bounded North and East
by Samuel B.; South by a roadway leading
to the highway; West by Annie Fatherly;
the North and South sides being 81 yds.,
the East and West sides being 31 yds.
MAP NO. 0105A-­0A-­BLK-­00-­108
All that parcel of land near Cheapside,
Northampton County, Virginia, commencing at the southwesterly corner of Henry
Cypress and running a distance of 55 ft.
to the southeasterly corner of said Henry
Cypress; thence running southerly 60 ft. to
a fifteen foot outlet roadway; thence along
roadway a distance of 55 ft. to a point;
thence northerly 60 ft. to the beginning.
MAP NO. 083A1-­09-­BLK-­00-­000L
All that parcel of land in the Town
of Cape Charles, Northampton County,
Virginia, being the letter “L” on a plat
recorded in Plat Book 4, pages 78 and 79.
MAP NO. 00015­-0A-­BLK-­00-­109
All that parcel of land near Hadlock,
Northampton County, Virginia, being 1.75
acres, more or less, bounded North by
Gladstone Cross Road; East by Govans
Drummond; South by B. B. Wescott; West
by Moses Wilkins.
MAP NO. 0009B­-03-­BLK-­00-­009
All that parcel of land near Wardtown,
Franktown District, Northampton County,
Virginia, being Lot 9 on a plat recorded in
Plat Book 18, page 28.
MAP NO. 0009B-­03-­BLK-­00-­010
All that parcel of land near Wardtown,
Franktown District, Northampton County,
Virginia, being Lot 10 on a plat recorded
in Plat Book 18, page 28.
MAP NO. 0040B-­09-­BLK-­00-­018
All that parcel of land near Treherneville, Northampton County, Virginia, being
2.00 acres, more or less, bounded North by
Walter A. Smith and Mary Treherne; East
by Willie H. Wilson, being Lot 17; South
by James and Bessie Cherry; West by S. J.
Drummond, being the southerly portion or
one-half of Lot Number 18 shown on a plat
recorded in Deed Book 63, pages 417 to 421.
MAP NO. 0040B-­01-­BLK-­00-­004F
All that parcel of land at Treherneville,
Northampton County, Virginia, bounded
North by Octavia Clayton; East by U. S.
Highway No. 13; South by Georgia Anna
Tate; West by Della Love.
LESS AND EXCEPT conveyances
recorded in Deed Book 162, at page 7;
and in Deed Book 162, at page 8.
The terms of sale require a deposit of
25% of the bid price with the balance due
in ten days.
Additional terms will be announced at
the sale.
Each sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court.
Special Commissioner
7100 U. S. Route 17
Yorktown, VA 23692
(757) 898-7000
34 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
Real Estate
Accomack Co. near Melfa.
103 acres high ground with 55 acres
mature pine timber ready to cut next
2-3 years. Two irrigation ponds.
New three phase power throughout.
Road frontage on two sides. Recent survey.
Prime location. For sale by owner/
no agents. $549,000.00.
7229 Oak Ridge Place, Chincoteague, VA 23336
TAX MAP ID #030A41800000500
In execution of a certain Deed of Trust dated April 10,
2003, recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court
of Accomack County, Virginia (“Clerk’s Office”) as Instrument No. 200302561, securing the original principal amount of $58,000.00 from Gregory George Lewis to
Henry P. Custis, Jr., et al., Trustees (the “Deed of Trust”),
for whom Pender & Coward, P.C., Substitute Trustee (the
“Substitute Trustee”), has been duly substituted pursuant to a Deed of Appointment of Substitute Trustee, dated
March 4, 2015, and default having occurred in the payment of the debts secured by the Deed of Trust, and at the
request and direction of the holder of the note evidencing
such debt (the “Lender”), the Substitute Trustee will sell
the following described property at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at 11:00 a.m. on the 19th day of
June, 2015, on the front steps of the Circuit Court of
Accomack County, Virginia, 23316 Courthouse Ave.,
Accomac, VA 23301, to-wit:
All that certain lot or parcel of land located on Chincoteague Island, Accomack County, Virginia, designated as Lot No. 5 on a certain plat of survey entitled,
“Oak Ridge Estate Townhouses, Chincoteague, Accomack Co., VA.”, dated February10, 1983, made by R.
L. Beebe, C.E., said plat being recorded in the Clerk’s
Office of the Circuit Court of Accomack County, Virginia in Plat Book 27, Page 22, reference to said plat
being hereby made for a more particular description
of the herein conveyed property.
It being the same lot or parcel of land conveyed to
Gregory George Lewis from Samuel Hurwitz and Sue
Hurwitz, by Deed dated September 14, 2000 and recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office in Deed Book
0000, at Page 3823.
Legal Advertising
The Accomack County School Board Selection Commission will hold a public hearing in the Board of Supervisors’ Chambers, Accomac, Virginia, on Tuesday, June 9,
2015, at 7:30 p.m. for the purpose of hearing public comments on the appointment of three members, one member
from Election District one (1), one member from Election
District two (2) and one member from Election District
eight (8) to the Accomack County School Board. The Code
of Virginia states that no nominee or applicant whose
name has not been considered at a public hearing shall be
appointed as a school board member.
Jodi Greene, Vice­
School Board Selection Commission
bell seafood, inc, Trading as
Harvey, 6499 Sunnyside Rd., Cape Charles,
Northampton County, Virginia 23310
The above establishment is applying to the
for a Wine & Beer On/Off/ Mixed Beverage Restaurant On
Premises license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages.
E.M. Bell, President
NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be
submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing
date of the first two required legal notices. Objections should
be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.
The Accomack County School Board Selection Commission will meet in the Board of Supervisors’ Chambers,
Accomac, Virginia, on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, at 3:00
p.m. for the purpose of appointing one member from Election District One (1), Election District Two (2) and Election District Eight (8) to the Accomack County School
Board in accordance with §22.1­37, 22.1­38, and 22.1­39 of
the Code of Virginia. The Code of Virginia states that no
nominee or applicant whose name has not been considered at a public hearing shall be appointed as a school
board member.
Jodi Greene, Vice­
School Board Selection Commission
harbor sunset, llc, Trading as
Cape Charles Market & Eatery, 425 Mason Ave.,
Cape Charles, Northampton County, Virginia 23310
The above establishment is applying to the
for a Wine & Beer Off Premises license to sell or
manufacture alcoholic beverages.
Susan M. Durlak, President/Owner
NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be
submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing
date of the first two required legal notices. Objections should
be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.
A deposit of ten percent (10%) of the successful bid
price, payable in cash or by certified or cashier’s check to
the undersigned will be required at the time of sale from
the successful bidder. The balance shall be paid in cash,
certified or cashier’s check at settlement. Settlement shall
be held within thirty (30) days from the date of the sale (or
at such other time as may be acceptable to the Substitute
Trustee) at the office of the Substitute Trustee, Pender &
Coward, P. C., 222 Central Park Avenue, Ste. 400, Virginia
Substitute Trustee reserves the right to waive the deposit
requirement as to any bidder, withdraw the Property from
sale at any time before the termination of bidding, keep
the bidding open for any length of time, and reject any and
all bids. In the event the successful bidder fails to complete settlement as required, the deposit shall be retained
and applied to the costs of the sale, including Substitute
Trustee’s fees, with the remaining balance delivered to the
Lender to be applied against amounts secured by the Deed
of Trust, and the Property shall be re-sold at the risk and
expense of the defaulting bidder. Such retention of deposit
shall not limit any rights or remedies of the Substitute
Trustee or the Lender with respect to such default. All
closing costs, including but not limited to the payment for
preparation of the Substitute Trustee’s Deed by the Substitute Trustee’s attorney and payment of the grantor’s
tax, shall be borne by the successful bidder. Real estate
taxes shall be pro-rated as of the date of sale.
The risk of loss or damage to the Property by condemnation, fire or other casualty shall be borne by the successful
bidder from and after the date and time of the sale. The
Substitute Trustee is not obligated to deliver possession of
the Property to the successful bidder; obtaining possession
of the Property shall be the responsibility of the successful
The successful bidder shall be required to execute a
Memorandum of Sale concerning the purchase of the
Property by the successful bidder, a copy of which will be
available immediately prior to announcing the sale.
The Property shall be conveyed with no warranties and
by special warranty deed. The sale of the Property shall be
subject to the right, if any, of parties in possession, and the
Property shall be sold “AS IS” and “WITH ALL FAULTS”,
without representation or warranty of any kind including, without limitation, warranty relating to the zoning,
structural integrity, physical condition, extent of construction, construction, workmanship, materials, habitability
or environmental condition, fitness for a particular purpose or merchantability of all or any part of the Property,
and SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions, rights-of-way,
easements, reservations, agreements and other conditions
contained in the chain of title thereto, and all other matters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust, if any.
The Memorandum of Sale will contain the following
provision: “Purchaser waives and releases the Substitute
Trustee, the Lender, and their respective agents, successors, and assigns from any and all claims the Purchaser or its successors and assigns may have now or in the
future relating to the “AS IS” condition of the Property,
which was a negotiated part of the Memorandum of Sale
and serves as an essential component of consideration for
the same. The parties specifically acknowledge and agree
that this clause bars all claims by the Purchaser arising
from the condition of the Property pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and
Liability Act of 1980, as amended, and all other actions
pursuant to state or local laws, ordinances or regulations
of any environmental condition of the Property.”
Announcements made at auction time take precedence
over any print, electronic, or verbal information.
Pender & Coward, P. C.
222 Central Park Avenue, 4th Floor
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(757) 490-6261
June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 35
June 19, 2015, 1:00 PM
To be held at the Marina
Club in
Captain’s Cove Subdivision
3323 Dock Ct.,
Greenbackville, VA 23356.
The following properties
will be auctioned:
Section/Lot: 1­-0568, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A10100056800
Assessed Value: $5,000.00
Section/Lot: 1-­0744, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A10100074400
Assessed Value: $15,000.00
Section/Lot: 1­-1034, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A10100103400
Assessed Value: $202,200.00
Section/Lot: 2­-0350, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A20100035000
Assessed Value: $13,000.00
Section/Lot: 2-­0420, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A20100042000
Assessed Value:$84,900.00
Section/Lot: 7-­0086, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A60100008600
Assessed Value:$4,000.00
Section/Lot: 7­-0088, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A60100008800
Assessed Value: $4,000.00
Section/Lot: 7­-0215, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A60100021500
Assessed Value: $4,000.00
Section/Lot: 7-­0216, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A60100021600
Assessed Value: $4,000.00
Section/Lot: 13­-0190, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A70100019000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 13­-0203, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A70100020300
Assessed Value: $4,000.00
Section/Lot: 14-­0007, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80100000700
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 14­-0012, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80100001200
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 14­-0021, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80100002100
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0014, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300001400
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0148, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300014800
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 14­-0025, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80100002500
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0020, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300002000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0164, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300016400
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 14­-0029, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80100002900
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0056, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300005600
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0165, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300016500
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 14­-0038, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80100003800
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0060, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300006000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0010, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200001000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 14-­0067, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80100006700
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0061, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300006100
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0044, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200004400
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0014, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200001400
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0086, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300008600
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0054, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200005400
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0048, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200004800
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0089, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300008900
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0056, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200005600
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15­-0050, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200005000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0094, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300009400
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0057, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200005700
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0073, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200007300
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0100, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300010000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0058, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200005800
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0082, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200008200
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0113, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300011300
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0063, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200006300
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0095, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200009500
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0128, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300012800
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17­-0070, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200007000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0102, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200010200
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0136, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300013600
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17­-0124, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200012400
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15­-0132, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200013200
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0138, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300013800
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 17-­0150, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90200015000
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0146, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200014600
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16-­0141, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300014100
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 18­-0005, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90100000500
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0125, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200012500
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0142, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300014200
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 18-­0027, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90100002700
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 15-­0126, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A80200012600
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
Section/Lot: 16­-0146, Captain’s Cove
Tax Map No. 005A90300014600
Assessed Value: $1,000.00
TERMS: Minimum Bids
will be announced prior to
the start of the auction on
the date of sale. Announcements made at auction
time take precedence over
any print, electronic, or
verbal information, including but not limited to the
Minimum Bid. Successful
bidder will be required to
deposit with Trustee a deposit (non­refundable) in an
amount equal to Minimum
Bid or 10% of successful bid
(whichever is greater) in
cash or certified funds at
time of sale, with the closing to occur within thirty
days of the date of said
sale. Written one-­price bids
will be accepted for any of
the properties pursuant to
the terms set forth in Va.
Code § 55-­516. There is no
warranty relating to right,
title, interest, or the like in
this disposition. Property
is being sold pursuant to
Va. Code § 55-­516, and title
will be conveyed pursuant
to statute and subject to all
liens or encumbrances as
provided in said statute. All
information for review by
appointment only. Notwithstanding the Minimum
Bids announced at the time
of sale, the Trustee reserves
the right to accept and/or
reject all offers. Time is of
the essence. Other conditions may be announced at
the sale.
Pender & Coward, P.C.,
222 Central Park Ave.,
Virginia Beach, VA
Phone: (757) 490-6261
[email protected]
36 • Eastern Shore Post • June 5, 2015
Legal Advertising
Sarah Widgeon, if living
william Kenneth Burrell
The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the
Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real estate
described as follows:
All that certain parcel of land situate near “The
Forks”, near Eastville, Northampton County, Virginia, designated as parcel no. 0058B-01-BLK-00-009.
standing in the name of Sarah Widgeon, pursuant to
Section 58.1-3965 et seq. of the Code of Virginia.
An affidavit having been filed that due diligence has
been used to ascertain whether Sarah Widgeon, also
known as Sarah W. Widgeon, is living, or if deceased,
to ascertain the names and location of all her heirs,
devisees and successors in title; that there are or may be
other persons having an interest in the real estate forming the subject matter of this suit whose names and last
known post office addresses are unknown, namely, the
unknown heirs, devisees and successors in title of Sarah
Widgeon; and that the Defendent, William Kenneth
Burrell, is a nonresident of the State of Virginia, whose
last known post office address is Apartment 469, 901
Cherry Hill Road, Brooklyn, MD 21225.
It is ORDERED that this Order be published once a
week for two successive weeks in the Eastern Shore Post
and that the parties named herein appear on or before
June 29, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the
Circuit Court for the County of Northampton, Virginia,
and do what may be necessary to protect their respective interest in this suit.
ENTER: This 29th day of May, 2015
Traci L. Johnson, Clerk
I ask for this:
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 1410
7100 U.S. Route 17
Yorktown, VA 23692
6309 Highland Park Dr, Chincoteague Is, VA 23336
Accomack County
In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original
principal amount
$307,500.00, dated September 10, 2010 recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of the Accomack
County, Virginia, in Document No. 201003604, default having occurred in the payment of the Note thereby
secured and at the request of the holder of said Note,
the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at
public auction at the entrance to the Circuit Court of
Accomack County, 23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomack, on June 25, 2015 at Noon the property described in said deed, located at the above address and
briefly described as:
Lot 54, Highland Park Development, as shown on
plat recorded in Plat Book No. 8, at Page 29, and
that portion of the marshland lying to the southeast of Lot 54, as shown on plat recorded in Plat
Book 9, Page 20, with improvements thereon.
Subject to any and all covenants, conditions, restrictions, easements, and all other matters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust, if any,
affecting the aforesaid property.
TERMS OF SALE: CASH: A deposit of $20,000.00 or
10% of the sales price, whichever is lower, cash or certified check will be required at the time of sale, but no more
than $10,000.00 of cash will be accepted, with settlement
within fifteen (15) days from the date of sale. Sale is subject to post sale confirmation that the borrower did not
file for protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code prior
to the sale, as well as to post-sale confirmation of the status of the loan with the loan servicer including, but not
limited to, determination of whether the borrower entered into any repayment agreement, reinstated or paid
off the loan prior to the sale. In any such event, the sale
shall be null and void, and the Purchaser’s sole remedy,
in law or equity, shall be the return of his deposit without interest. Additional terms may be announced at the
time of sale. Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we advise you that this firm is a debt
collector attempting to collect the indebtedness referred
to herein and any information we obtain will be used for
that purpose.
SAMUEL I. WHITE, P.C., Substitute Trustee
This is a communication from a debt collector.
SAMUEL I. WHITE, P.C. (30678)
5040 Corporate Woods Drive, Suite 120
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
757-457-1460 - Call between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
or visit our website at www.siwpc.net
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equal housing opportunity throughout the Commonwealth. We encourage and support advertising and
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June 5, 2015 • Eastern Shore Post • 39
Some Assembly Required
By David McCaleb
I’m so old, I can remember when
furniture came already made. Once, I
bought an entire coffee table and all I
had to do was place it in front of a sofa. I didn’t suffer through a dictionarysized instruction booklet, pondering
the meaning of illustrations of stick
figures and arrows. No counting hardware to ensure all pieces were included. No hunting for the manual’s English section. Just put it on the floor and
get a cup of coffee. That’s how old I am.
We consumers have done it to ourselves. Always tending toward less expensive products, manufacturers have
no choice but to compete. They cut costs
’til things must be outsourced to China
or Vietnam. To keep shipping costs low,
factories pack a dresser in cardboard
and foam so tightly it arrives at your
door in a box the size of a wallet. That’s
when buyer’s remorse sets in like your
vote after Election Day.
Today, furniture isn’t the only item
that arrives stripped down, but toys,
appliances, and even tools. Recently I
purchased a new table saw. “Some Assembly Required” had been scrolled
across the sides of a glossy cardboard
box picturing the gizmo fully functional, complete with sawdust. The crate
was large enough that I hoped assembly would be painless.
No such luck.
Five hundred and thirty-one individual pieces — I didn’t know a table
saw could be so complex. I laid its guts
on the cold cement floor of my garage
to take inventory. It looked like a forensics team reconstructing an aircraft accident. Legs and braces and table wings
sprawled nakedly, along with some idiotic contraption that’s supposed to keep
you from cutting yourself. I later found
the way it worked was to prove itself so
unwieldy you just didn’t use the saw.
Next to the spread, I unfolded instructions like a 12-foot world map.
They don’t make printers this big in
America. After a lengthy hunt, I spotted
the English section somewhere around
the Atlantic Ocean. I had passed it several times because the grammar was
what you would expect from a pupil educated through Common Core.
Look, when I finally got to college,
I’d taken three years of Spanish and
two root-canal-painful years of Latin.
My alma mater required yet another
foreign language, so I chose Manda-
Post Office Mail
Sewage Dilemma Must
Consider Welfare of Businesses
Dear Editor:
I am writing on behalf of the Board of Directors
of the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, which
has served businesses on the Eastern Shore for 62
years. Representing more than 450 businesses, our
mission is to serve, promote, and connect businesses and communities of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. In light of this mission, we need to note our deep
concern over an issue that seems very likely to have
long-term adverse economic impacts for all citizens
in Accomack County.
We feel the mid-Accomack area, consisting of
Onancock/Onley/Parksley, is one of the primary economic hubs for the county. Maintaining and growing
businesses in this area can generate significant future benefits to all communities, taxpayers and the
county government.
Over the past 12 years, significant expenses and
rin Chinese for variation. Other than
jumping from a perfectly good aircraft
at 15,000 feet, that was the stupidest
thing I’ve ever done. For what reason
would I think that I, who can barely
color inside the lines of English, could
learn a tonal language? And not just
that, but one written in hieroglyphics.
One of my fondest memories of that
debacle was an oral exam in my first semester. The teacher would ask a question in Chinese and you would respond,
preferably in the same language. Only
a minute into the exam my instructor’s
face was red as China’s flag and tears
glistened in the corner of an eye. One
more question, then his muffled snicker
turned into a healthy cackle.
“What’s so funny?”
“Your answers.”
“Am I doing that bad?”
“No. Well … yes. They’re a mixture
of Spanish and Chinese.”
Apparently I had only one parking
spot in my brain labeled foreign language, and Spanish hadn’t wanted to
be evicted.
Now, studying the English section of
this world map instruction set, I gaped
at the journey ahead. The hardware
package was stuffed as full as a child’s
multiple efforts have been undertaken between
the county and the Town of Onancock to develop
the necessary sewer capacity required to increase
the density and diversity of businesses in midAccomack while concurrently increasing county
While it may be easier for the county and town
government officials to pursue separate sewage solutions, this may not be the optimum solution for all county taxpayers. We would suggest
that leadership from both Accomack County and
the Town of Onancock be required to refocus on
the future, collaborate with each other and take
whatever steps necessary to resolve this sewage
system stand-off.
We thank the Board of Supervisors and the Town
Council for their service. We have been and will continue to monitor subsequent discussions on this issue and will provide comment as necessary to address barriers to economic expansion in our community. If we can be of assistance don’t hesitate to call
upon us.
Kristin Webb, Chairman, Board of Directors
trick-or-treat bag after canvassing a
neighborhood of recovering diabetics.
Tools Needed: blast furnace, torque
wrench, PhD in mechanical engineering.
Well, the generous manufacturer had
provided a multi-tool that resembled the
spawn of a wrench mating with a screwdriver. But its offerings were useless, so a
good ole Craftsman socket set had to finish what the manufacturer had started.
But truthfully, Made In China has
gotten a bad rap. Nothing is made there
anymore. How can a Barbie Doll Dream
House that comes with more pieces
than an F22 Raptor and an instruction
booklet that dwarfs the Affordable Care
Act be considered poor quality just because we can’t figure out how to put it
together? We procrastinate its making
till midnight Christmas Eve after four
glasses of eggnog. It may be blow-molded in a foreign country, but every one
of those gaudy masses of plastic joy are
made in the USA.
So, next time you bloody your knuckles after a wrench slips and you slam
fingers into the sprocket of your son’s
new bike, take it with a smile – it’s
Made in America.
Any way you look at it, my fellow patriots, we’ve done it to ourselves.
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U.S. mail using the addresses in the Publisher’s Circle
below. While the Post will withhold a writer’s name
with just cause, all letters must be signed and include a
phone number for verification.
at the Post …”
Editor: Cheryl Nowak
Advertising Manager: Troy Justis
Sports Editor: Bill Sterling
Staff Writer: Linda Cicoira
Display/Classified Advertising Rep.: Angie H. Crutchley
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Regular Contributor: Ron West
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Onley, VA 23418
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Phone: 757-789-POST (7678)
Fax: 757-789-7681
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