Robert “Bob” Everett Robey Sr., 72, of Virginia Beach, passed away November 20, 2022. Robert was born on April 16, 1950, in Virginia to Earl A. Robey and Mildred L. Robey.
Bob work on the assembly line with Ford Motor Company in Norfolk for 28 years. He loved baseball, tinkering with small engines, computers, solar electricity, and was once designing a windmill for home electrical power. Lately hanging with his friend (Jim Darkis) watching his favorite shows.
Robert is survived by his son Bobby (Karen); his daughter Betty Jo; brothers Ron, Jim, Billy; four grandchildren Paul, Mikie, Stacie, Brad; eight great grandchildren Caden, Brooke, Junior, Aiden, Nathan, Javie, Ky’lynn, Cassaun.
He was predeceased by his wife, Sandra Ross Robey; his sister Dorothy Brown; his brother Donald; his parents Earl and Mildred.
Bob will always be remembered as a loving father, brother, friend, and Pop Pop.
A visitation will be held Sunday, November 27, 2022 at Family Choice Funerals & Cremations from 2pm to 4pm.Send Flowers
Jeane Lou “Jaajee” McKeown, 65, of Virginia Beach, passed away November 8, 2022. Jeane was born on September 9, 1957, in Naga, Camarines Sur, Philippines to Santiago Beltrano and Helen Osdon-Beltrano.
She met Joseph Sr. at the local discotheque “Lambrau 29” in Philadelphia. Dancing was her favorite pastime and it was a hard time keeping her off the dance floor.
She loved nature and her home of Virginia Beach. It was always her favorite journey to drive under the tree-shaded roadways of Elbow Road or Shore Drive. She loved spending time with family, cooking, taking care of others, catching up with loved ones on social media like Facebook, and watching The Filipino Channel(TFC).
Jeane will be remembered as a loving mother, wife, and friend. She made bonds with her friends and family that will last into eternity. She will be remembered as a fighter until her final day. She dedicated her life to her husband and son, Joseph Sr. and Joseph Jr. She was the foundation of the home and always there when needed. The home was her sanctuary and she maintained it as well as anyone.
Jeane is survived by her husband Joseph Sr. and son Joseph Jr. She is also survived by her siblings: Maria Greaney(Fanny), Maria San Luis(Baby), and Mario Beltrano. She was predeceased by her mother Helen Beltrano, her father Santiago Beltrano, and her sister Maria “Merlet” Dayag.
Funeral Memorial Mass and inurnment will be held at St. John the Apostle Roman Catholic Church
1968 Sandbridge Rd Virginia Beach on Saturday December 17, 2022 at 2 pm
Michael F. Lorenz, 61, passed away peacefully November 16th, 2022
Michael was born February 25th, 1961, to Francis and Patricia Lorenz in Rhode Island. He was a truck mechanic and could fix anything thrown at him. Michael will always be remembered as a loving brother, uncle and friend. He will be deeply missed.
Left to cherish his memory two brothers, Albert Lorenz and wife Patricia and their children Casey Ann Wolff, Patrick Wolff and Stephen Wolff; Thomas Lorenz and wife Beverly and their daughter Jennifer Retallick and husband Stefan; and numerous extended family members and friends.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Please share your condolences with the family at www.FamilyChoiceFunerals.com
Carolyn Yvonne Stant, 79, of Currituck, North Carolina, passed away November 7, 2022. Carolyn was born on September 29, 1943 in Norfolk, Virginia to Arthur Reed Akers Jr. and Margie Grimstead Akers.
Carolyn worked as an assistant manager with Hancock Fabrics for 10 years. She carried her love of arts and crafts into her family life by making their clothes, costumes, and home decorations. Carolyn continued to spend time with her daughter and granddaughter by bowling in a league for many years with them and traveling to many city and state tournaments. Carolyn had a love of playing cards and board games. She made it a point to teach her daughter and all of her grandkids how to play so that all could participate. Each family member will carry a memory of Carolyn in their home. From a piece of home decor tailored to their own liking, or just playing a game of rummy or Skip-bo.
Carolyn is survived by her brother, Arthur (Reed) Akers III (Karen), daughter, Amanda Sawyer (Tenna-C Holbert); Grandchildren: Debbie Fleming, Amber Anderson (Kirk) , and Steven Sawyer (Rachel): Nephews, Arthur (Art) Akers IV, Garland Akers (Karen), and Niece Heather Akers; Great-Grandchildren: Christina Baker (Matt), Erica Stant (Nicolas), Jennifer Guard (Joe), Kayla, Keagan, and Kadence Anderson.
She was predeceased by her parents, Margie and Arthur Jr.; her husband of 25 years, Milton Hosier Stant; stepson, James (Betty) T. Stant Sr., and step-grandson, James “Jimmy” Stant Jr.
Carolyn will always be remembered for her loving heart as a mother, grandmother, and friend.
A memorial gathering will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at 168 Glenwood Drive, Moyock, NC beginning at 2pm.
In leui of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Alzheimer’s Association or Buffalow Family and Friends.
Willie “Bill” Floyd Williams Jr., 81, of Virginia Beach passed away on Tuesday, November 1, 2022. He is preceded in death by his parents Willie Floyd Williams, Sr., Marie Sawyer Williams, and sister Sylvia Williams Meyers.
He is survived by his loving wife of 38 years Vicki Moore Williams and their three children Ewing, Rhett and Susan and two children, Greg and John Williams, from a previous marriage to Judy Allen Williams. He is also survived by his four grandchildren: Madeline, Rosa, Isabella and Christopher.
Bill was born in Tarboro, North Carolina and moved to Norfolk when he was five years old. Bill graduated from Granby High School and later earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Old Dominion University. He then began nearly a 40 year career as a Pharmaceutical Salesman in the Tidewater area.
He loved his job and was well suited for it. Those who knew Bill, know that he had the gift of gab and enjoyed meeting and talking to people.
Bill’s biggest accomplishment was being a husband, father, papa, and family man. He always made time for his children with family ski vacations and coaching their sports teams. He especially loved the holidays and having all his children and grandchildren home.
Bill will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Bill’s family plans to honor him with a Celebration of Life at Francis Asbury United Methodist Church in Virginia Beach on Sunday, November 13th at 3:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial donations be given to the VB Volunteer Rescue Squad at vbvrs.orgSend Flowers
Blasito Rico Eborda, 69, of Chesapeake, Virginia, passed away October 27, 2022. Blasito was born on April 15, 1953, in Cebu, Philippines to Alfonso and Conchita Eborda.
Blasito worked as a carpenter, a handyman who loved to fix things around the house. He would always make sure, everyone around him was happy. He will be best remembered for his comic antics and great sense of humor.
Blasito is survived by his loving wife, Erlinda Eborda and children; Evelyn, Arlyn, Merlyn, Arnel, Evelyn, Analyn, Ilyn, Blasito Jr, and Erlinda Jra. He was predeceased by Alfonso and Conchita, his parents and Jocelyn his daughter.
Blasito will always be remembered as a happy person, loving husband, father, and friend.Send Flowers
Wesley Lyle Johnson (born August 17, 1987) passed unexpectedly on October 21, 2022.
He is survived by his father, Kevin Johnson (Wendy); his brothers, Justin Johnson and Garrett Wilson; his 5 children – Jayden, Alexis, Khloe, Kyler and Mariah; his grandmothers, Carolyn S. Johnson and Gail Laurie; his nephew, Rylo; and his step grandmother, Carolyn P. Johnson.
Wesley was a beloved father, son, brother, uncle and friend. He was an avid sports fan and lived for watching Washington football on Sundays. It was his greatest joy to be with his family and have weekend cookouts. He will always be remembered by the way he could light up a room with his jokes and laughter.
While his family is deeply saddened with his passing, they are eternally grateful for the time they had with him and will take comfort in knowing he is back in the arms of his beloved mother Andrea Johnson, grandfather Robert Johnson and uncle Brian Johnson.
A Celebration of Life service will be held on November 19th at 2:00pm at Icehouse Restaurant in Virginia Beach.Send Flowers
Judy Kay Hamilton, 71, passed away peacefully October 23, 2022 in the comfort of her home.
Judy was born June 2nd, 1951, to Thomas and Helen Robbins in Aurora, Indiana. Those who knew Judy, knew that the most special and important part of her life was her family. She will always be remembered as a loving mother, daughter, grandma, and friend. She will be deeply missed.
Left to cherish her memory is: seven children: Tammy Nobles and husband Jeremiah, Joseph Hamilton, Christine Hamilton, Thomas Hamilton, Carolann Hamilton, Emily Hamilton, and Robert Hamilton; mother, Helen Robbins; seven grandchildren: Christopher Mack, Aaron Soinski, Anthony Pembroke, Joseph Hamilton Jr., Ethan Pembroke, Catelyn Pembroke, and Emma Nobles; two brothers, Steven and Dale Robbins; She is preceded in death by her husband, Richard Hamilton, father, Thomas Robbins; granddaughters, Kayla Hamilton and Samantha Hamilton and a grandson, Logan Nobles.
A celebration of life will be held at 11:00 am, Wednesday November 2nd, 2022 at Family Choice Funerals & Cremations with burial to follow at Rosewood Memorial Park. Please share your condolences with the family at www.FamilyChoiceFunerals.comSend Flowers