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(From The Winchester Star, 7 Mar 2005.)
Nancy Margaret Ritter
      Nancy Margaret Ritter, 71,
of East Monastery Road, Stephen-
son, died Sunday, March 6, 2005,
in Winchester Medical Center.
      Mrs. Ritter was born June 2,
1933, in Strasburg, the daughter
of James and Jesse Jenkins Whitting-
ton.
      She was employed by Nancy’s
Clothes Closet.
      She was a member of the Winchester
Eagles, the Berryville Moose Lodge
and Mount Olive United Methodist
Church.
      She and her husband, David E.
Ritter, were married Feb. 21, 1965,
in Winchester.
      Surviving with her husband are four
daughters, Gloria Dodson of Stephenson,
Vickie Shoemaker of Middletown, Sharon
Lamb of Chesapeake and Katrina Fishel
of Clearbrook; a sister, Thelma Purdham
of Woodstock; two brothers, Earnest Whit-
tington of Strasburg and Howard Whitting-
ton of Fort Washington, Md.; five grand-
children; and four great-grandchildren.
      A funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday
at Jones Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev.
Anthony Wadsworth officiating. Burial will
be in Lebanon Church Cemetery, Strasburg.
      Pallbearers will be Jack Lamb, Lynn E.
Hickey, Len E. Hickey, Christopher J. Hickey,
G. Jason Wisecarver and Junie Armel.
      The family will receive friends from 7 to
9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.

      

(From Northern Virginia Daily dated 7 Mar 2005.)
NANCY M. RITTER
      Nancy Margaret Ritter, 71, of
East Monastery Road, Stephenson,
died Sunday at Winchester Medical
Center.
      The funeral will be conducted
Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Jones Funeral
Home in Winchester by the Rev. An-
thony Wadsworth. Burial will be in
Lebanon Church Cemetery, near Stras-
burg.
      Mrs. Ritter was born June 2, 1933,
in Strasburg, daughter of James and
Jesse Jenkins Whittington. She was the
owner and operator of Nancy's Clothes
Closet. She was a member of the Win-
chester Eagles, Berryville Moose Lodge
and Mt. Olive United Methodist Church.
      Surviving are her husband, David E.
Ritter; four daughters, Gloria Dodson
of Stephenson, Vickie Shoemaker of Middle-
town, Sharon Lamb of Chesapeake and
Katrina Fishel of Clearbrook; a sister,
Thelma Purdham of Woodstock; two brothers,
Ernest Whittington of Strasburg and Howard
Whittington of Fort Washington, Md.; five
grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
      Pallbearers will be Jack Lamb, Lynn E.
Hickey, Len E. Hickey, Christopher J.
Hickey, G. Jason Wisecarver and Junie Armel.
      The family will receive friends Tuesday
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

(From The Winchester Star dated Monday 1 August 2005.)
David E. Ritter
      David E. “Denny” Ritter, of Martinsburg
Pike, Stephenson, died Sunday, July 31,
2005, at his home.
      Mr. Ritter was born Dec. 15, 1935, in
Kernstown, the son of Earnest W. and Mabel
E. Fielding Ritter.
      He retired from Mt. Weather after 20
years of service.
      He was a member of the Fraternal Order
of Eagles No. 824 of Winchester and Berry-
ville Loyal of the Moose Lodge No. 2139.
      He retired from the Navy after serving
in Korea and Vietnam.
      He and his wife, Nancy M. Whittington
Ritter, were married Feb. 21, 1965, in Win-
chester. She died March 6, 2005.
      Surviving are four daughters, Gloria Dod-
son of Stephenson, Vickie Shoemaker of Middle-
town, Sharon Lamb of Chesapeake, and Katrina
Fishel of Clearbrook; two brothers, Thomas Rit-
ter of Winches ter and Donald Ritter of Rich-
mond; five grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren.
      A brother, Earnest Ritter, is deceased, as
are two sisters, Eunice Braithwaite and Helen
Ludholtz.
      A funeral will be 11 a.m. Wednesday Jones
Funeral Home, Winchester with the Rev. Anthony
A. Wadsworth officiating. Burial will be in Mount
Olive Cemetery military honors accorded by VFW
Post 2123, Winchester.
      Pallbearers will be Jack Lamb, Lynn C. Hickey,
Len E. Hickey, Christopher K. Hickey, Gary Jason
Wisecarver, and Junior Armel.
      The family will receive friends from 7 to 9
p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.

(From The Winchester Star dated Monday 11 June 2007.)
Luther E. Lindamood
      Luther Elwood Lindamood, 82, of Brucetown
and formerly of Mount Jackson, died Friday, June
8, 2007, in Winchester Medical Center.
      Mr. Lindamood was born June 2, 1925, in
Shenandoah County, the son of Christopher
Columbus Lindamood and Lilly Mae Miller Lin-
damood. He was a Navy Seabee in World War II,
serving in the Philippines. He worked as a me-
chanic, retiring from Rudy's Garage in Winch-
ester.
      Surviving are four daughters, Gloria Dodson
of Stephenson, Vickie Shoemaker of Winchester,
Sharon Lamb of Chesapeake, and Katrina Fishel
of Clearbrook; a sister, Viola Fitzwater of Bruce-
town; five grandchildren; and a great-grand-
daughter.
      A funeral will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Dellinger
Funeral Home, Woodstock, with the Rev. John F.
Taylor Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Zion Luther-
an Church Cemetery near Edinburg with military
honors accorded by the Strasburg American Le-
gion Honor Guard. Pallbearers will be Jason
Wisecarver, Chris Hickey, Donald Lindamood,
Richard Lindamood, Jack Lamb, and Mike Lin-
damood.
      The family will receive friends from 7 to 9
tonight at the funeral home.
      Memorials may be made to Zion Lutheran
Church, c/o Phyllis Heishman, 749 Land Grant
Road, Mount Jackson 22842.

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