1 Circulation 13,000 November 1, 2013 Free Arsonist Smith Pleads Guilty After pleading guilty to 68 arson-related counts, Charles Robert Smith III is escorted back to Accomack Jail Thursday by Capt. Todd Wessells and Maj. Shane Childress of Accomack County Sheriff s Office. Smith was bombarded with questions from the press as he walked across the street to the jail. Story and photos by inda Cicoira Nearly a year after the notorious arson spree began in Accomack County, Charles Robert Smith III, a former volunteer fire department captain, stood up in the county s circuit court Thursday and pleaded guilty to deliberately setting 67 buildings ablaze. Smith s white jailhouse jumpsuit bore a stark contrast to the dark clothing he wore as camouflage as he ran out into the night from behind the last structure to be damaged in the binge on April 1, 2013, near Melfa. Commonwealth s Attorney Gary R. Agar and defense lawyer Carl Bundick submitted a summary of the case that was said to list each charge, location, date, property owner s name and corresponding video confession of Smith. (Continued on Page 16) Zaleski Named egal Counsel for Arson Suspect Bundick By inda Cicoira Accused arsonist Tonya Susan Bundick has a new lawyer and likely soon will have a new trial date. On Tuesday, Judge Glen A. Tyler of Accomack Circuit Court granted Eastville husband-and-wife attorneys Shannon and Garrett Dunham s motion to withdraw from defending Bundick. e also continued the cases. The 40-year-old opeton woman was indicted by an Accomack Grand Jury on a count of deliberately setting fire to an unoccupied Melfa house and conspiracy to commit the crime on April 1. er fiancé, Charles Robert Smith III, also known as Charlie Applegate, 38, who lived with Bundick when the alleged arson occurred, was indicted on 68 charges 67 for arson and one for conspiracy. Nearly 80 suspicious fires were reported in Accomack from November 2012 to April Smith confessed to setting a majority of the blazes, according to court documents. e told police Bundick set 15 blazes. Following Tuesday s court proceedings, Tyler informally appointed Allan Zaleski of Norfolk to take Bundick s cases. e had not yet signed the court order when he disclosed his decision. The judge announced in open court that the Nov. 6 trial also would have to be continued to allow the new appointee time to prepare. A new date was not set at press time. Tyler believed he already had appointed Garrett Dunham to the case but learned in mid-october that an order to that effect was never drawn up. e then officially appointed Garrett Dunham. That move came after Shannon Dunham asked for a continuance of the case and when that was denied, asked that she be allowed to withdraw from it; both requests were denied. Tyler said that action may have precipitated the motion I have today. We thought very hard about this motion, Garrett Dunham told Tyler. It doesn t bring us any peace. We would like to continue to represent Ms. Bundick but we can t see how it is possible since another client s interest will keep them from fully representing another. It is with a heavy heart that I ask to withdraw from this case. This has nothing to do with our belief (Continued on Next Page)
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5 By Ron West Northampton supervisors continue to move forward with revisions to the county s Zoning Ordinance. At its session Monday, County Development Director Charles McSwain presented proposed changes regarding zoning districts and permitted activities, all of which are designed to move the county forward in such a way as to improve its business-friendly image and make it easier for residents to thread their way through the permitting process. The supervisors agreed to table a few of the items in the plan such as guidelines for wireless broadband antenna poles and accessory dwellings for additional clarification. One item continued from an earlier board session involved the placement of truck trailers or cargo storage units on private property in the county. Following additional discussion and clarification of rules, the supervisors agreed that if a truck trailer on property is tagged and road-ready, it would be considered a motor vehicle and, assuming parking is not an issue, in most cases would be allowed. Untagged trailers or containers or those not suitable for the road would come under a different code and be limited to areas such as agricultural or less dense residential areas. It too was tabled for additional work. Much of the new ordinance is designed to apply to new construction and questions regarding it should be directed to the county s Development Department. The supervisors urged the public to visit the county s website to view the full draft version of the proposed zoning ordinance and offer them feedback regarding it. The draft ordinance may be found at va.us/departments/planning.html The county plans to conduct a public hearing on the Zoning Ordinance this year. No date has been set for a vote on the final version of the ordinance. One noteworthy proposed change calls for the removal of the Chesapeake Bay Act and and Use-Floodplain Management guides, which would become separate documents rather than being interwoven in the Zoning Ordinance. Additionally, the Supervisors agreed that the Bay Act should apply to the bay and not to the seaside portion of the county. To simplify the matter, the board agreed that land west of ankford ighway would be covered by the Chesapeake Bay Act and land east of it would not. The board agreed to accept bids regarding the most recent delinquent tax auction, conducted Sept. 24. While not all of the properties sold resulted in the recovery of all back taxes, it was agreed that overall, the bids received would benefit the county and put additional properties back on the active tax rolls. Supervisor arry emond addressed the request of the Ad-oc Emergency Care Committee to engage outside consulting services to help formulate recommendations for health care once Riverside Shore Memorial ospital moves from Nassawadox to Onley. The board voted to engage Virginia Rural ealth Resources Center November 1, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 5 Zoning Revisions in the Works for Northampton (VRRC) for no more than $4,500, exclusive of travel costs, to study options for emergency health care. These include traditional physician practices, rural health clinics, federally qualified health centers, freestanding outpatient care centers, urgent care centers, and/or a freestanding emergency department. The report will discuss the characteristics and staffing requirements for each option. The VRRC report will be due to the county by Dec. 31. PUBIC NOTICE The Winter ours Schedule will commence at the Northampton County Sanitary andfill on Saturday, November 2, 2013 and run through February 22, That means that on Saturdays, the landfill s operating hours will be 8:00 a.m. to noon. Please plan your solid waste disposal accordingly. RESOUTION BE IT RESOVED by the Northampton County Board of Supervisors, this 8th day of October, 2013, that the regular meeting of the Board, scheduled for Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 4:00 p.m., in the Board Chambers of the County Administration Building, Courthouse Road, Eastville, Virginia, be changed to Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. in the Board Chambers of the County Administration Building, Courthouse Road, Eastville, Virginia; and Now Is the Time to Get Away to a New ome, The Island ouse 2 Starting at $62,900 Until Nov. 30! BE IT FURTER RESOVED that, following this meeting, the date, time and place of the regular meeting of the Northampton County Board of Supervisors shall revert to the second Tuesday of each month in the Board Chambers, Courthouse Road, Eastville, Virginia, at 4:00 p.m. *********** Adopted this 8 day of October, NORTAMPTON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 742 Ocean wy., 3 Pocomoke, Bedroom, MD 2 *Bring Bath this 1173 ad for sq. $1,000 ft gift card w/purchase Base Starting of at: double $62,900 or modular (Includes: Delivery, Set-up, Footings, and Crowning)
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7 Mile Graduations Awards Marriages Births POSTS Free Coat Closet Jay Ford Named Shorekeeper The Virginia Eastern Shorekeeper (VES) board of directors has named Jay Ford as its new executive director and shorekeeper. Virginia Eastern Shorekeeper has expanded the position and role with the goal of vigorously growing the organization s commitment and capacity to advocating for water quality along the 613 miles of coastline on Virginia s Eastern Shore. Ford comes to VES from the office of Sen. Ralph Northam, where he served as legislative assistant. Previously, he served as state policy director for Virginia Consumer Voices for ealthcare and as a policy fellow to the Virginia General Assembly on natural resources and appropriations. Ford brings over a decade of experience advocating for conservation and the environment with state and regional partners, as well as internationally. e and his wife, Tatum Sumners Ford, live in Quinby. Asked to comment on Ford s appointment, Virginia Eastern Shorekeeper President Jack Ordeman said, Jay Ford follows two men of exceptional ability Richard Ayers and Dave Burden who have established VES as an organization that has done much to preserve, protect and improve the tidal waters of the Virginia Eastern Shore. Until now, the job of shorekeeper has been a part-time position, but Jay has been hired full-time. Jay was the unanimous choice of the VES Board, and with his leadership the organization will be entering a period of ambitious expansion of our membership, our programs and activities, and our influence and effectiveness as an advocate for appropriate and effective conservation measures. I am absolutely thrilled to come aboard as the new executive director of Virginia s Eastern Shorekeeper, said Ford. There are a rare few places in this world where the citizens and the waters are so inextricably linked. I am honored to assume this essential stewardship position to help ensure these resources continue to serve as an economic driver and inspiration to those who call the Eastern Shore home. Bay Nails NOW OPEN Walk-in-welcome 1147 Ocean ighway #3 Pocomoke, MD Call or for appointment Open 10am - 6pm Christina Smith Weds Russell Thompson Christina. Smith and Russell C. Thompson were married Oct. 6, 2013, at the istoric Andrews Memorial Chapel in Dunedin, Fla. The bride, who grew up in Nelsonia and graduated from Arcadia igh School, is the daughter of Dolores Parker of Clearwater, Fla., and Winfred and Brenda Smith of Colorado Springs, Colo. She is a graduate of University of Phoenix with a bachelor s degree in psychology and is employed as a trainer for Pay-Plus Solutions. November 1, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 7 The groom is the son of Gail Thompson of McMinnville, Tenn. e is a graduate of Pima Medical Institute and is employed by Walgreens Infusion Services. The maid of honor was Symone Kinnamore, step-sister of the bride. The junior bridesmaid was Elena Gotay, friend of the bride and the groom. The best man was Winfred Smith, father of the bride. The reception was an intimate, sitdown dinner. After a honeymoon trip to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., the couple is residing in Clearwater. a son, born to Amanda Chrisman of Melfa Oct. 20 a daughter, born to Brittany andy and Joubert Brissault of Melfa Oct. 21 a son, born to Ana Samayoa- ernandez and Victor Rodriguez of Exmore Oct. 22 a daughter, born to Nasheka Braxton and Markee Turner of Exmore Oct. 23 a daughter, born to Ariana Reynoso and Joshua Smith of Cape Charles Oct. 24 Rebecca B Crockett Certified Public Accountant icensed in VA Small Business Consulting Individual & Business Tax Preparation Audits for Non-Profits Call for an appointment ome Office Cell Where: Onley United Methodist Church When: November 2 Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Who: Open to anyone in need of a coat For more information, or if you are unable to come at this time, please call the church office at Questions? Call Jeannette Edwards, Acrylic or Gel Nails Full Set French Tips Free Wi-Fi Waxing
8 8 Eastern Shore Post November 1, 2013 Police and Court Postings By inda Cicoira Accomack Sheriff s Office A man wearing a tan alloween mask with large sagging eyes is accused of sexually assaulting a 25-yearold woman at Cherrystone Campground Sunday. Northampton Sheriff David Doughty said his office was alerted at about 6:30 that morning about the attack in the bathhouse near the general store and mini golf course. The suspect was described as a white male in his early 20s with short hair, about five feet, 10 inches tall and weighing about 140 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriff s Office at U.S. Marshals Service A former Tasley resident waived extradition in Ohio and will be returned to Northampton County to face charges of murder by a mob, malicious wounding by a mob and participation in street gang activity in connection with the death of 23-year-old Jessie ee Jordan April 13. John (also known as Dre and Andre) Dandre avon ogan, 27, who lived on Blankenship ane in Tasley with relatives when Jordan was killed, was captured by the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) in Cincinnati, according to a statement by Marshal Robert Mathieson of the Norfolk office. After warrants for ogan s arrest were issued Sept. 9, the USMS Fugitive Task Force learned that ogan had fled the area and possibly was residing with family in Ohio. The USMS Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team arrested ogan without incident on Oct. 23. Indictments filed against ogan are sealed until he is taken into custody here. The Grand Jury also indicted three Tasley brothers in July in connection with the same incident outside A&E Auto & Truck Repairs on Sylvan Scene Drive in Treherneville. Durrell Marion Fitchett, 25, of Daugherty Road and Deleon Kinte Fitchett, 29, of Blankenship ane were indicted on counts of murder by a mob (lynching), malicious wounding and participating in a criminal street gang while committing crimes against Jordan. Durell Fitchett also was indicted on counts of first-degree murder, malicious wounding by a mob and use of a firearm in the homicide. Their halfbrother, Devon Thomas Blake, 30, of Giddens ane was indicted on counts of malicious wounding and malicious wounding by a mob. Court records show Jordan died from a gunshot wound to the abdomen after being taken to Riverside Shore Memorial ospital by friends. An autopsy showed he had blunt force injuries to his head, neck, upper torso and arms. e also had numerous cuts and bruises and a blood alcohol level of.26 percent. Arthur armon, who owns and operates the auto shop, said there were about 40 people at a party inside when a territorial dispute occurred outside. e heard shots and went outside to see what was happening. armon said he saw the victim on the ground. Northampton Sheriff s Office A woman jogging in the Oyster area last week was allegedly struck by a car and abducted by the driver who authorities believe then tried to kill her. Carpenter ogan Stephen Ray Carpenter, 28, of Seaside Road in Capeville is being held without bond in Eastern Shore Regional Jail on charges of attempted murder, abduction, use of a firearm in a felony, hit and run, DUI and driving on a suspended license. e admitted to abusing cocaine just before the crash. Records filed in Northampton General District Court identify the victim as Paige K. Eminhizer. Sheriff David Doughty said she was released from a hospital and is in satisfactory condition. er age and address were not available. According to Doughty, it is alleged that Carpenter assaulted her with a blunt object and then forced her into his vehicle. Several minutes later she was able to exit the vehicle and call Carpenter told police that what happened after the crash was a misunderstanding and he was just trying to help her, according to court records. Carpenter acknowledged he struck the victim on Sunnyside Road near Oyster while he was under the influence of cocaine, which he had abused about five minutes earlier. Doughty said that at about 5:20 p.m. Oct. 24, his department was asked to assist an ambulance because a woman had been hit by a vehicle and assaulted. The victim described the vehicle and man involved. Carpenter was arrested around 7:30 p.m. Investigator Terry Thomas of Northampton County Sheriff s Office (NCSO) is handling the case. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call NCSO at Accomack Circuit Court A Mappsville man was sentenced last week in Accomack Circuit Court to 30 years in prison for robbing Mayra Sarmiento Navra, the owner of El Crucero Convenience Store on ankford ighway in Temperanceville, of about $50,000 in July Donald Bowen Sr., 44, pleaded no contest to the charge. Judge W. Revell ewis III suspended 10 years of the 30- year term. Evidence showed that Bowen s DNA was found on a stolen dollar bill. Nearly $35,745 of the money was recovered from the defendant. The incident occurred at about 4:20 p.m. July 17. Bowen was on probation when he was arrested. Previously, he was convicted of robbery, probation violation, identity theft and obstruction of justice. In another case, Shontel Devon Johnson, 29, of ankford ighway in Parksley was sentenced to a total of 28 years. Johnson was given 10-year suspended terms each for malicious wounding of James Tull and attempted robbery, occurring Jan. 28, The defendant also was given three years for use of a firearm in the robbery and five years for use of a firearm in the wounding. The weapons sentences are mandatory. Wilmer ampton, also known as Wilbert Eugene ampton, 57, of Rue Court in Exmore was sentenced to five years each for petty and grand larcenies, with three years suspended. The crimes occurred Nov. 12, e got 12 months for impersonating an officer. Kedrio ekei Summerville, 36, of Bayside Road in Onancock pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender. The case was continued until Feb. 3, Summerville was released on bond. Sandra Dize, 47, of Warrington Drive in Onancock was sentenced to 10 years in prison for each of three 2012 burglaries and two grand larcenies. All but five years was suspended. She also was given 12 months for petty larceny. Stephen Douglas Miles Jr., 36, of ynnhaven Drive in Pocomoke City, Md., was sentenced for two counts of assault and battery of Chincoteague Police Cpl. K.A. Reese to five years in prison, with three years and two months suspended. According to court records, Miles spit on, cursed at and kicked the officer on May 5, Wilbert O. Jordan, 49, of King s Court in Mappsville was sentenced to five years in prison for each of three counts of felony shoplifting from Royal Farms in Nelsonia. The terms are to run concurrently. Four years were suspended. The crimes occurred on May 23, June 7 and June 10. Restitution of $96 was ordered. Alyssa ee Beebe, 20, of Modest Town pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession with intent to distribute less than a half-ounce of marijuana on Nov. 14, She was initially charged with distributing marijuana to a minor, a felony. Beebe was sentenced to 12 months in jail, with all but a month suspended. er driver s license was suspended for six months. Rosa ee Justice, also known as Rosa ee Johnson, 53, of Nathaniel Street in Mappsville was sentenced to 10 years in prison each for distribution of crack and possession with intent to distribute crack on Sept. 25, According to court records, the terms were set to run concurrently with seven years and nine months suspended. Upon release, Justice s driver s license will be suspended for six months. Tymont Burton, 25, of Parks Street in Parksley, who is accused of actively participating or being a member of a criminal street gang on March 17 and knowingly and willfully participating in a predicate criminal act committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal
9 November 1, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 9 street gang, has requested that eveidence in the case be suppressed. e argues that his Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights were violated because there was no probable cause for a search of him or his property, that he did not consent to the searches, that there was no reason for his arrest and that Miranda warnings were not given. Northampton Circuit Court Judge W. Revell ewis ordered a presentence report for Rykeem. Jones, 19, of Commonwealth Street in Exmore, who pleaded guilty Monday in Northampton Circuit Court of stabbing Shanice Foster on March 3 and violating a protective order, and obstructing justice two days later. Foster was treated at the local hospital for a stab wound to the right calf, court records state. In another case, Purnell Jamar Mason Jr., 23, of Exmore was sentenced to 10 years in prison for each of two counts of malicious wounding and 12 months for assault and battery, to run concurrently, with all but a year and six months suspended. The crimes occurred at a nightspot in Exmore in September Kowain Keith West, 32, of Exmore was sentenced to 10 years in prison for possession with the intent to distribute between a half-ounce and five pounds of marijuana. All but a year was suspended. e also was given five years for possession of ammunition by a felon. Three years of that term were suspended. Probation also was revoked for previous convictions of possession of a firearm by a felon, felony eluding, discharging a firearm in a public place and driving on a suspended license, adding another eight months to his terms, for a total of three years and eight months to serve. I ve been making bad decisions, but I m not a bad person, West told the judge in a quest for leniency. Defense lawyer Marsha Carter said West has held a job, helped support his four children and earned an VAC certificate at the community college. e completed a 36-week self-improvement course while in jail, inspired others in the program and has been a jail trusty, said Carter, who urged ewis to disregard West s previous robbery conviction since it occurred when he was about 15. ewis wished him the best in the future, but added, I look at this record. I think you need to be punished. Jonathan Chase Melzer, 38, of Ash, N.C., was sentenced to 10 years for possessing ecstasy, bath salts, psilocybin, SD and marijuana with intent to distribute on July 31, All but two years was suspended, leaving Melzer seven months to serve. Previously, ewis agreed to allow the defendant to go into a rehabilitation center as Melzer requested. owever, once Melzer was released, he decided against entering the two-year program because he would be unable to pay child support during that time. Melzer admitted to dealing drugs for 10 months prior to his arrest. Evidence showed he owes nearly $20,000 in back child support for his four children. You wanted to change your life, said ewis. Now you get out and you don t want to do the program. ooks to me like they re (Melzer s children) probably used to getting along without your assistance. Accomack District Court Charges against three people accused in an Aug. 28 fatal home invasion in Sanford were certified Monday to an Accomack Grand Jury, which will meet in December. eon O Bryan Crippen, 22, of Chesser Road in Temperanceville and Titus ysander Floyd Jr., 20 of ankford ighway in Mappsville waived their right to preliminary hearings in Accomack General District Court. Crippen is charged with armed robbery, use of a firearm in the alleged robbery and burglary. Floyd is charged with armed burglary and robbery and the misdemeanor of possessing a machete or an exposed blade 12 inches or longer with the intent of intimidating Tyler Williams, according to court records. Probable cause was found to certify to the Grand Jury charges of robbery, use of a firearm in a robbery and armed burglary against amesha Cropper, 26, of Salisbury, Md. Cropper was shot during the incident on Marsh Market Road and was found in a vehicle with Master Caine Wesley Jr., 23, of Nelsonia, who died from gunshots wounds to the torso. The two were in a car at the Corner Mart convenience store in Temperanceville. Police say the four forced their way into the Williams home, where there were five or six people. No one from the house was injured. A Chincoteague woman went to the Accomack Sheriff s Office to file a complaint and learned that she was wanted on a felony charge, according to Accomack General District Court records. Jennifer East, 26, of Bunker ill was charged with knowingly communicating in writing a threat to kill or do bodily injury to another. The offense allegedly occurred on Oct. 6. She was arrested on Oct. 17. Bail was set at $2,500. Northampton District Court Kevin Stryker, 33, of Markham Place in ittle Silver, N.J., was charged with felony possession of marijuana and hashish, according to Northampton District Court records. Trooper S.N. Kulick allegedly found the drugs after stopping a vehicle in which Stryker was a passenger, on Oct. 21. Bail was set for $7,000. Michel Moreno Marrero, 40, of W. 58th Street in ialeah, Fla., was charged with stealing more than $200 worth of diesel fuel from County ine Store on Sept. 24. Shorn Eugene Nock, 43, of Virginia Avenue in Exmore was charged Oct. 26 by Exmore Police Officer Jason A. Campbell with a third offense of driving under the influence in 10 years. Nock is being held without bond. Court records state he tested.22 percent by weight by volume of alcohol. Nock also was charged with driving on a revoked license, a misdemeanor. Rudolph Alexander Seymour, 42, of Bannister Street in Birdsnest is accused of felony hit and run, driving on a suspended license, failure to yield the right of way and operating a vehicle without insurance on Oct. 26. Carlos Brinkley Cardoza, 42, of ospital Avenue in Nassawadox was charged with transportation of a firearm by a felon and two counts of stealing a firearm belonging to Zachary Annon on Oct. 26. Cardoza is being held without bond. Kimberly Collins, 27, of Willow Oak Road in Eastville was charged with felony credit-card theft and misdemeanor credit-card fraud, occurring Oct. 25. James Randolph Morris Case Indictments filed against Onley Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company s former treasurer, James Randolph Morris are very vague, a lawyer retained by Morris said this week. Morris, an 82-year-old resident of Coastal Boulevard in Onley, is accused of nine counts of stealing funds intended for the operations of the fire station between Jan. 1, 2008, and June 30, The charges do not state how much money was allegedly involved nor does it give specific dates. Each charge spans over six months. There s not a lot that we ve been able to find out, Adam M. Carroll of the Virginia Beach law firm of Wolcott/ Rivers/Gates commented Tuesday. It is very early in the investigation process. We haven t exchanged discovery yet. We re working on it. Carroll, who was retained about two weeks ago, said his client is a veteran of the Vietnam and Korean wars. When he got out of the military, he had various jobs where he was responsible for funds and this is the only time allegations were made. A source close to the case told the Eastern Shore Post months ago that between $400,000 and $500,000 was missing from the fire company s coffers. That would absolutely shock me, Carroll stated. Morris was released on $1,000 bond shortly after being arrested. The investigation was handled by State Police. Onley Police Department A Pungoteague man allegedly used hand sanitizer to start a fire inside the Dollar General Store at Four Corner Plaza in Onley last week, according to Town Police Chief Walter Marks. Records filed in Accomack District Court show Brandon O. West, 28, was charged with intentionally causing damage of more than $1,000, a felony. Marks said West entered the store at about 8:50 p.m. and went to the stationery area where he allegedly emptied a container of a hand sanitizer and set the liquid ablaze. Onley Officer Jamie Coulbourne responded to the incident and was able to use a fire extinguisher to douse the fire, which shot up near the ceiling, Marks added. West was identified on a security camera and was arrested a short time later by Fire Investigator Glen Neal of the State Police. Marks, Officer George Bennett and the Onancock Police Department assisted. Onley Fire & Rescue also responded.
10 10 Eastern Shore Post November 1, 2013 Obituaries Service Tomorrow for Mr. and Mrs. Bailey A memorial service for Margaret West Bailey and William J. Bailey Jr. will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013, at 11 a.m. at Belle aven Cemetery with Pastor Steve Doan officiating. Mrs. Bailey passed away, Tuesday, July 30, 2013, at the age of 98. A native of Philadelphia, Pa., she was the daughter of the late M. Wellington West and Alretta Senft West. Raised in Belle aven until her family moved to Norfolk, Va., she graduated from Maury igh School and attended the Norfolk Division of The College of William & Mary. She was predeceased by her sister, Virginia West Cornick. Mr. Bailey passed away Wednesday, June 11, 1997, at the age of 79. A native of Richmond, Va., he was the son of the late William J. Bailey Sr. and enrietta yne Bailey. e was followed in death by his sister, Sarah Bailey Smith. The Baileys are survived by her niece, Joice M. Ira (and husband, Gordon) of Jacksonville, Fla.; and nephew, C. Edgar ill Jr. (and wife, Toni) of Jackson, Miss., and their families. Online condolences may be offered at Arrangements were made by Doughty Funeral ome in Exmore. Onancock Resident Dies Mrs. Sue Diane Barker, 71, of Onancock, formerly of Sierra Vista, Ariz. (a place always dear to her heart), and Point Pleasant, N.J., passed away Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013, at Arcadia Nursing and Rehabilitation Center near Parksley. Born in Point Pleasant, she was a daughter of the late John W. and Roberta. Bennette Jones. Mrs. Barker was a retired civilian employee for the U.S. government; had owned and operated a vertical blind company in Arizona; and had briefly lived in Stuttgart, Germany, while working with the U.S. government. She was a Christian and attended eatherbury U.M. Church; greatly loved her family; enjoyed traveling; and was a volunteer at the ermitage on the Eastern Shore and ospice of the Eastern Shore, both in Onancock. Survivors include her sisters, Carol Ann auer of omosassa, Fla., Joy S. Jones of Point Pleasant, and inda G. Friedel of Bayville, N.J.; several nieces and nephews; and many other family members. She was predeceased by a husband, Raymond Barker, and her beloved poodle, ollipop. A memorial service will be conducted Sunday, Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. at eatherbury U.M. Church by Rev. Joynn art. Memorial donations may be made to eatherbury U.M. Church, c/o inda Bradford, P.O. Box 36, Tasley, VA Memory tributes may be shared at Arrangements were made by Williams-Onancock Funeral ome. Weirwood Native Dies Mr. Vincent Duane Phillips, 61, of Woodbridge, Va., passed away Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, at Virginia ospital Center in Alexandria, Va. A native of Weirwood, he was the son of Nellie Carpenter Phillips of Nassawadox and the late Vincent D. Phillips. e was a retired editor for the Bloomberg Bureau of National Affairs and a member of Toastmasters International and St. Paul s U.M. Church of Woodbridge. In addition to his mother, survivors include his daughter, Ember ee Davis (and husband, John) of Columbia, Mo.; and a special loving companion of 23 years, Marion. Goyette of Woodbridge. Funeral services were conducted Monday, Oct. 28, at Doughty Funeral ome in Exmore. Interment was in Red Bank Church Cemetery. A memorial service will be held at St. Paul s U.M. Church in Woodbridge at a later date. Memorial donations may be sent to National Alliance on Mental Illness, P.O. Box 62596, Baltimore, MD ; or Riverside Shore Cancer Center, P.O. Box 17, Nassawadox, VA Online condolences may be sent to the family at Deep Creek Woman Dies Mrs. Radean Parker awkins, 69, of Deep Creek, Onancock died at her residence Friday, Oct. 25, Born in Nassawadox, she was a daughter of Frances Mae Stevens Parker of Wachapreague and the late Capt. Ray Arnold Parker. Mrs. awkins was a member of Onley Baptist Church. She was an avid Bingo player, enjoyed slots and game shows, and cherished spending time with her loving family and friends. She was predeceased by her husband, ynwood Allen awkins. Survivors include her children, Joe Wescott Jr. of Myrtle Beach, S.C., Cree Tabac (and husband, Roger) of onoka a, awaii, Vickie Ninio of Deep Creek, isa McNeal (and Mrs. awkins husband, John) of Belle aven, and Jimean Vallente (and husband, Mar) of Waikoloa, awaii; sisters, Ellen Cherrix of Melfa, ynn Ayres (and husband, Walter) of Stuart, Va., and Cree Giesel (and husband, David) of Chattanooga, Tenn.; grandchildren, Cheyenne Silva (and husband, Brandon), Chelsea and Randen Tabac, Davin Feliciano (and wife, Tiffany), Sloane Feliciano, Amber Kirby (and husband, Jason), Christy and Joseph McNeal, James and Raelyn Ferreira, and Brianna, Royce and Tia Vallente; 11 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service was conducted from Onley Baptist Church Tuesday, Oct. 29, by Rev. John Burr. Memorial donations may be made to Riverside Shore Cancer Center, P.O. Box 17, Nassawadox, VA Memory tributes may be shared with the family at Arrangements were made by Williams-Onancock Funeral ome. IBM Retiree Passes Away Mr. Jack William Tilghman I, 83, of Keller passed away Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at Riverside Shore Memorial ospital in Nassawadox. Born in Greenville, N.C., he was a son of the late John W. Tilghman and Reba azel Bowen. Mr. Tilghman served in the U.S. Air Force, and later retired from management with IBM. e was a Christian; founder and a past president of Trout Unlimited in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; and a member of Eastern Shore Yacht and Country Club. Mr. Tilghman was an all around outdoorsman and greatly enjoyed golfing, hunting, fishing, skiing, and sailing. e loved working with his hands, and took great pleasure Mr. Tilghman and pride in all of his hobbies. e and his wife, Peggy Doremus Tilghman, enjoyed camping over the years, cherishing all their adventures and the wonderful friendships they made. In addition to his wife, survivors include his son, Jack W. Tilghman II (and wife, Trudy) of Telford, Pa.; daughter, inda T. Regul (and husband, Matt) of Warrington, Pa.; grandchildren, Jack III, aura (and husband, Zach), Jaymee, Casey, and Colbi; great-grandchildren, Jaedyn and McKaylee; a brother-in-law and sister-in-law; and several nieces and nephews. e was predeceased by a sister, ila T. Grubbs; and a brother, Ernest Tilghman. A memorial service will be conducted from Oak Grove U.M. Church in Melfa Saturday, Nov. 2, at 11 a.m. by Rev. Robert Green. Memorial contributions may be made to Riverside Shore Cancer Center, P.O. Box 17, Nassawadox, VA Memory tributes may be shared at Arrangements were made by Williams-Onancock Funeral ome. ongtime enderson Drug Employee Dies Mrs. Minnie Mae Sherwood Kilmon, 90, of Parksley passed away Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at Riverside Shore Rehabilitation Center in Parksley. Born in Johnson s Wharf, she was a daughter of the late John ee Sherwood and Alice Bonneville Sherwood. Mrs. Kilmon was a member of Calvary U.M. Church and Faith Assembly of God. She was a homemaker and had worked at the former enderson Drug Store in Accomac for 25 years. Mrs. Kilmon was predeceased by her husband, Willard Martin Kilmon; and three brothers, John. Sherwood Jr., and Randall and Sidney Sherwood. Survivors include her sister,
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12 12 Eastern Shore Post November 1, 2013 ealth Matters Start Taking Care of Your Pearly Whites When They re Young With the opening of its newest dental location at the new Atlantic Community ealth Center in May, Eastern Shore Rural ealth System now has four dental locations. Children up to 18 years old can be seen at Rural ealth s dental offices at Metompkin and Pungoteague elementary schools, regardless of the school they attend. Both adults and children can be seen at Atlantic and Franktown community health centers. Accomack County public-school students also are being treated at Accawmacke and Kegotank elementary schools with portable dental equipment. Oral disease is almost completely preventable with routine dental care and early intervention. As part of efforts en J. Bundick Chiropractor, P.C. 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The advantage of children having an lationship with a dentist, By Catherine Campbell inclusive of all aspects of of Onancock oral health care, delivered As a mother of a child with congenital in heart a comprehensive, defects, I want continuously help accessible, spread awareness coordinated, to and my to family-centered community. way. Dr. Any Scott congenital Wolpin, heart who has defect joined (CD) Rural is ealth serious, to some lead its more dental than program others. as Some require a lifetime of medica- chief dental officer, has a special interest in working with all members of a community to improve the health status for all; he worked in public health in Maryland for more than 20 yearsrural ealth recognized for progress fighting childhood oral disease In June, Rural ealth s school dental program was awarded the Wells Fargo Achievement Award by the Virginia ealth Care Foundation. This award is presented each year to a former Virginia Relaxation, Reflexology, Ear Candling Colonial Square 13C East Main Street, Onley Belle aven Wednesday 8-3 established relationship providing dental care to children since with a dentist what the Because the Eastern Shore of ealth American Academy Matters of Virginia is designated a dentist shortage Pediatric Dentistry calls a area, VCF provided the dental equipment to dental home is that ealth Care Foundation et s (VCF) Fight grant- Congenita h begin the program. a child has an ongoing re- ee that demonstrates growth, sustainable business practices, and an entrepreneurial spirit. A $10,000 award from the Wells Fargo Foundation accompanied the award. The school dental program, a partnership between Rural ealth and Accomack County Public Schools, has been March 1, 2 tions; others require many open-heart has coded once and it took the amazing staff at Children s ospital of the surgeries. 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13 Community Notes Cheriton Volunteer Fire Company will host an All-You-Care-To-Eat Pancake Supper Wednesday, Nov. 13, from 5 to 7 p.m. By Ron West Cheriton Town Council reviewed building codes presented by Town Building Department Director Warren Wisneski last week. The code puts the town in compliance with the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code. Building permits within Cheriton will be issued only after the zoning administrator or building inspector indicates that the proposed construction complies with the zoning and subdivision requirements of the town. Council voted 4-0 to approve the building code. (Council members Norma Spencer and Fred Diggs were absent). The menu will feature pancakes, sausage patties, scrambled eggs, baked apples, and beverage. The cost is $9 for adults and $4 for kids under 12. Cheriton Cheriton Considers Code Modifications as the Southern Node is on hold while the county seeks additional input from property owners in the area where the wastewater lines will be run. No date was provided by the PSA as to when or if the project will finally get underway. Mayor Joe abel reported that the TEA-21 Grant from the Virginia Department of Transportation for improvements along the commercial district in town is still available. abel suggested that the town begin with the parking lot portion of the plan as well as lighting options and possibly a playground area. We can t let the November 1, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 13 argued that instead of using this secret poll, a vote should have been taken in a public forum. When Robinett quit the post, he wrote in a letter of resignation, Based on council s agreement to the terms and conditions stated in a memorandum distributed earlier today, I hereby resign effective this date at 5 p.m. At a council meeting Monday, Custis read from a prepared statement. In reviewing the facts related to the allegation, it has come to our attention that a working paper that was originally not believed to be subject to the FOIA request should have been disclosed. Custis said the document was related to the performance of a previous town employee, who resigned. Subsequent to the employee s resignation and prior to the town receiving the FOIA request, the document and all digital copies were destroyed by the By inda Cicoira A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed against Onancock was settled this week with a public apology and a council vote to pay court costs of $56 for the plaintiff, a town resident. Town Council, Town Manager Cabell awton and Town Attorney John Custis are to be applauded and appreciated for the decision to resolve this FOIA issue in this manner, said Charles andis, who filed the petition in Accomack General District Court. In my opinion, you have made a landmark decision and it is my hope other governing bodies on the Shore and elsewhere in Virginia will follow this example, he added. All, citizens and this governing body, are, thus, better served. andis issue centered on the way the resignation of former Town Man- Wright s Seafood project fall by the wayside, he said. ager/attorney Thomas Robinett was originator, as it was believed to be a Councilman Greg ardesty, the Council changed its meeting dates obtained by Mayor Russell Jones last moot point following the employee s town s representative on the Public Service Authority (PSA) reported that the proposed wastewater project referred to for November and December from the fourth to the third Wednesdays of each month: Nov. 20 and Dec. 18. May. andis requested a document that he said some Town Council members initialed regarding Robinett. e Smith Island Cakes Wednesday 9am-4pm Thursday 9am-2pm & 5pm-8pm Friday 9am- 4pm Saturday 9am-2pm Thursday Night is Burger Night! Daily Specials Dinner & Entertainment by Matt & Wayne Young on November 15th Becca s Smith Island Cake now available at the Wine Rack!! Place Thanksgiving Orders Early Now Accepting: Visa, MasterCard, Discover ankford wy. Tasley Wright s Seafood Open thanksgiving Serving 12-6 Thursday & Friday Night Special All-U-Can-Eat Bar-B-Cue Ribs Special & Fried Shrimp $15.95 Onancock Settles FOIA awsuit Thursday & Friday Night Taking reservations for Christmas Parties now! All-U-Can-Eat ours: Tuesday - Saturday 4-9pm, Sunday 12-9 Bar-B-Cue Ribs & Fried Thursday & Friday unch 11am - 2pm Atlantic, va Shrimp $15.95 resignation. We apologize for this oversight and wish to thank Mr. Charles andis for bringing this information to our attention. We acknowledge that Mr. andis did not file his complaint as a result of any personal vendetta, but instead because he is a citizen who believes, like all Onancock citizens and all members of this town government, that openness and transparency is the best recipe for good governance. Council voted 4-0 to approve the settlement. Members Michelle Marsh, Fletcher Fosque, Sandra Fox and Kathyanne Runninger were in favor. Councilmen T. ee Byrd and John Morgan were absent. ortco andscaping & Garden Center UGE FA SAE Nov. 1st - 9th 40% off all trees and shrubs 50% off all perennials, pond plants & house plants urry in for the best selection at the Shore s premier Garden Center Sun andscaping services year round Mon. - Sat Rt. 13, Onley
14 14 Eastern Shore Post November 1, 2013 FRIDAY Nov a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Restaurant, Onley :30 p.m. - Science & Philosophy Seminar: Production Agriculture - ESCC, Melfa 5-8 p.m. - Station 1 Pizza Night Firehouse St., New Church 6 p.m. - Celebrate Recovery Group mtg. - Family ife Center, Onancock - Meal: $6/single or $10/family 7 p.m. - aunted Forest & Corn Maze - Exmore Moose odge, Belle aven 7 p.m. - ife Teach Series - Rachel/ eah Covenant Ministries Center :30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Town all, Exmore 7:30 p.m. - Bingo (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) - Exmore Moose odge, Belle aven Monday Nov. 4 SATURDAY Nov. 2 8 a.m. - Nassawadox Community Clean-up - town of Nassawadox 8 a.m.-noon - Annual Bazaar & Yard Sale - Bethel UMC, Jamesville - crafts, bake table, soup & food 9 a.m. - Zumba Class - Chincoteague YMCA - $ :30 a.m. - Mary N. Smith Alumni Assn. mtg. - Mary N. Smith igh School, Accomac 9:30 a.m. - E.S. Cancer Support Group mtg. - Sage Restaurant, Onley noon & 7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - oly Trinity Episcopal Church, 66 Market St., Onancock 4 p.m. - Gloria E. Johnson Cancer Benefit/ Fashion Show - Antioch Baptist Church, Treherneville 4-8 p.m. - Wounded Warrior Project Oyster Roast - Island ouse Restaurant, Wachapreague 5 p.m. - The Songbird in Concert - erbert Baptist Church, Wachapreague 7 p.m. - aunted Forest & Corn Maze - Exmore Moose odge, Belle aven 7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Eastville Vol. Fire Co. 10 a.m. - TOPS mtg. - Market Street UMC, Onancock a.m. - Northampton Chapter AARP mtg. - Cheriton Rescue Squad noon - AA mtg. - St. Peter s Catholic Church, Coastal Blvd., Onley 4-5 p.m. - E.S. 4- Robotech Club mtg. (1st mtg.) - Accomack County Extension Office p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Market St. UMC, Onancock 6 p.m. - Bingo - Elks odge, Tasley 6:30 p.m. - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace UMC, Parksley WEDNESDAY Nov. 6 7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Accomack mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Debedeavon Toastmasters mtg. - NASA/Wallops Base - Contact Owen ooks at for base access. 2 p.m. - Children s Story our - E.S. Public ibrary, Accomac 4 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles Memorial ibrary 5:30-6:30 p.m. - Free Meals for the ungry - Epworth UMC, Exmore p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSM, Nassawadox 7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter VFC 7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Downing s Methodist Church, Oak all ESCC to ost Transfer Fair Representatives from more than 25 colleges and universities will participate in a transfer fair for students interested in attending four-year schools on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at Eastern Shore Community College in Melfa from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. igh-school students, college students and adults who are interested in furthering their education are invited. This is a free event. unch will be available. For more information, contact Jody Baggett, lead counselor, or Camesha andy, success coach, at TURSDAY Nov. 7 POST TIMES NOV. 1-7 Sunday Nov. 3 2 p.m. - ymn Sing - Eastville Baptist Church 2 p.m. - Bingo - VFW Post 2296, Tasley 4 p.m. - Revival - Mt. Zion Independent Methodist Church, Withams 7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ UMC, Chincoteague TUESDAY Nov. 5 9 a.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Chincoteague 10 a.m. - Bingo - Accomack Sr. Village, Onancock :30 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Belle aven Presbyterian Church p.m. - Rachel eah Ministries p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA 6:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Trinity UMC, Cape Charles 6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - ESCC, Melfa 7 p.m. - Revival - Mt. Zion Independent Methodist Church, Withams 7 p.m. - Onancock Civic & Business Assn. mtg. - Naomi Makemie Presbyterian Church, Onancock 7 p.m. - Narcotics Anon. mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist Church, Temperanceville 7 p.m. - Vietnam Veterans E.S. Chapter 614 mtg. - Chapter Bldg., Main St., Onley 7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Atlantic UMC :30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC 7:30 p.m. - Central Masonic odge mtg. 9:30-11:30 a.m. - Community Fellowship - Grace UMC, Parksley 10:30 a.m. - Children s Story our - E.S. Public ibrary, Accomac 2 p.m. - Children s Story our - library, Nassawadox 4 p.m. - Chess Club - Cape Charles Memorial ibrary - all ages & levels welcome 6 p.m. - TOPS VA-550 mtg. - Zion Baptist Church, Social all, Parksley :30 p.m. - American egion Post 101 mtg. - Chapter Bldg., Onley 6:30 p.m. - Kiwanis Club of Chincoteague mtg. - St. Andrew s Catholic Church 6:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Trinity UMC, Cape Charles 6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - ESCC, Classroom A-51, Melfa 6:30-9:30 p.m. - Public mtg. for Reorganization of Soil & Water Conservation Districts - ESCC, Melfa 7 p.m. - FREE Women s Self Defense Class - Indiantown Park, Eastville p.m. - E.S. Shooting Club mtg. - Exmore Fire Dept p.m. - Narcotics Anon. mtg. - Painter Garrison UMC 7 p.m. - Revival - Mt. Zion Independent Methodist Church, Withams
15 November 1, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 15 Property Transactions From enry Custis, Virginia Nixon and William Clayton To Shore Bank 2 Belle aven parcels For $39,600 From inda Custis To Daniel awrence and Karen Geiss ot 15, Red Bank For $100,000 From Patricia Morgan To David and B. Jeffrey utchinson Parcel near Melfa For $130,000 From Melvin ewis To William and David Tyler 2 Atlantic District tracts For $240,000 From Francis and Norma Bird To Rodney Murray ot 235, Section 7, Captain s Cove For $1,625 From Daniel and inda Age To Richard and Becky ess ot 259, Unit 3, Trails End For $16,000 From Angela, Renee and Charles Crockett and Robert Maher To ecato Investments, C Parcel near Belle aven For $1,500 From John Abel To Paul and June McCarthy ots 25 and 25A, Modest Town For $110,000 From Dominion Shore Development Corp. To ucky Slap, C ot 17, The Greens For $110,000 From Chincoteague Bay Trails End Assn. To Richard and Susan Rebstock, Robert and Tina Berry and arry and Melanie Walker ot 515, Unit 2, Trails End For $10,500 From William and Audrey Justis To Preston Whalen Nelsonia parcel For $64,000 From James and Jacqueline Wiser To Thomas and Jean Baker Chincoteague parcel For $187,500 From Steven and Judith Thomas To Charles and Joyce Curry ot 186, Unit 2, Trails End For $11,500 From Federal National Mortgage Assn. To Timothy Mullane Makemie Park parcel For $23,625 From Dawn ewis To Steven Ireland and Marsha Miller Chincoteague parcel For $93,000 From Valena Gibb To Mickey Parks Onancock parcel For $135,000 From Edward O ara To awrence Frey Onancock parcel For $145,000 From David and Janet Trader To Richard and Christy Rodgers ot 288, Unit 3, Trails End For $1,000 From Kevin egacy To Donald Bricker ot 630, Unit 1, Trails End For $12,525 From Constance Drummond To John Pruitt Painter parcel For $85,000 From James enderson and Elizabeth ong To Douglas Cropper Rogers Dr. in Nassawadox For $55,000 From Justin artford To Joseph and Kimberly Fehrer Property in Cape Charles For $164,000. From Daryl Risley To Kim and John Krysiak Property in Townsend For $100,000 From Shore Bank To orie Coleman & Michael Kushner Property near Cheriton For $225,000 From Cape Stone Resdev, C To John Eatherly and Beth Sabo ot A-13, Kings Meadow near Cheriton For $150,000 From Eubank Rental, C To Myong and Scott Macmoyle ot 20 at Kiptopeke anding For $35,000 From Federal National Mortgage Assn. To Richard apicca Unit at Bay Creek For $205,000 From Edward Bell To Otis Asal Wilkins Dr., Cheriton For $20,000 From Janice Anderson To Willette and Mattie Morris Property in Eastville For $100,000 From Clifton & Samuel Doughty Sr. To Greta and N.W. Terry Jr. ot 2, Walkers Ridge in Willis Wharf For $220,000 From Susan Kellam To Edward Kellam Property near Eastville For $94,390 From Brenda Carpenter, oretta Conrow, Bertha Moore & Diana Munari To Dominic and Sheila Traina Property in Cheriton For $155,000 From Keith Olson To Jeffrey Bradford Property in Wardtown For $22,500 From Federal ome Mortgage Corp. To Ronnie olden Property in are Valley For $42,000 From Jane Belote, William Kellam Jr. and Virginia atham To Ibbie and James Brown Property in Eastville For $97,000 From Gary and Julie Wagner To Appleseed Nurseries, Inc. Property at Simpkins Siding near Eastville For $60,000 From Evelyn & Batista Madonia Sr. To Cheryl and Robert Nelson Jr. ot 27 at Bay Creek For $950,000 From the Estate of Carole Bozman To Elizabeth and Jeffrey orner ot 2 at ighland eights in Occohannock Neck For $445,000 From Marsha Zabella To Darin and ouise udson Property in Capeville For $25,000 From Nora and Richard o To Arthur Colman & Christopher yon ot 176 at Bay Creek For $440,000 From Paula Pellegrini To Carlton and inda acks Property at Concord Wharf For $169,000 From Gary and Julia Wagner To Ashley Wagner and Jonathan Wells Property in Cheriton For $150,000 From Jinny-Poot Properties, Inc. To Gigi Decker 460 Tazewell Ave. in Cape Charles For $235,000 From Debra Zeyen To The Matthew Brown Revocable Trust and The Peter artzler Revocable Trust Property in Occohannock Neck For $745,000 From Bennie Thomas To Annette Stephens Property in Fairview For $6,100 From Francis Donohue Jr. To Daniel and Mary Coffey Property in Cape Charles For $70,000 From American Equity Funding, Inc. To Duane and Kimberly Simpson ot 28, Kings Creek n., Cape Charles For $15,500 From James atimer II To Dennie Sponaugle ot A5 at Kiptopeke Estates near Cape Charles For $25,000 From James atimer II To Alan Yeattes ots A6 and A9 at Kiptopeke Estates near Cape Charles For $40,000 From James atimer II To John Jones ot A5, Kiptopeke Estates For $25,000 From James atimer II To Patricia and Richard Sykes ot A8 at Kiptopeke Estates For $25,000 From The Alan olland Trust To Robert Rehler and ynne Wells Property at Smith Beach For $50,000 From Phillip Ettinger To Bobcat Builders, C ot 250, Oyster Bay For $52,500 From Joshua and olly Bundick To David and Roberta Dean 2 parcels in Onancock For $199,280 From Roberta Dean To Joshua and olly Bundick Parcel in Mount Prospect, Onancock For $250,000 From Visio Financial Services To Gloria Wolfe Sanford parcel For $17,550
16 16 Eastern Shore Post November 1, 2013 ~ Arson Trial ~ (Continued From Front Page) Agar also disclosed that one of the interviews with the defendant was conducted in a squad car as police drove Bundick to crime sites. The documents were not available for view by press time, as other court cases continued to be heard. Bundick said a motive is apparent in the 36- to 38-page document. There was no plea agreement, but Bundick said later, I m hoping his cooperation will be a great benefit to him. The lawyer was uncertain if Smith would testify against his fiancée, Tonya Susan Bundick, who was arrested with him and is free on bail, charged with one count of arson and one count of conspiracy. Smith also pleaded guilty to a count of conspiring with her to commit the final arson. e is very remorseful, the defense lawyer said of Smith after the proceeding. Carl Bundick also noted that Smith likely was not taking medicine for his bipolar disorder when the crimes occurred or when he confessed. It s making a difference now that s he s taking it, the attorney noted. Judge Glen A. Tyler also commented on Smith s behavior, noting he was quicker to respond to the series of questions asked of most defendants than he was at a previous hearing. Reporters and camera operators took up most of the courthouse seating. Tonya Bundick was nowhere to be seen. But bailiffs discussed putting her in the front row if she did arrive. Tyler accepted Smith s pleas and commended the lawyers on the presentation. Smith was remanded to jail, where he has been for the last seven months, to await sentencing, which is expected in December. A long-form presentence report was ordered. Also known as Charlie Applegate, the 38-year-old former resident of Matthews Road in opeton could be behind bars for the rest of his life. Tyler said the maximum sentence for the crimes is 584 years in prison and $5,630,000 in fines. Carl Bundick asked if detention and diversion could be considered, but Tyler said neither is pertinent or appropriate for this kind of case. Agar said 52 of the crimes were felonies, with damages of more than $200. Nine were misdemeanors, three were brush fires, one was personal property damage and two were categorized simply as occupied dwellings. Previous testimony was provided by two State Police officers who were staked out in nearby woods and watched the last arson unfold at Claude enry s house on Airport Drive. Smith had eluded police for five months, bringing unrest to the Eastern Shore as people began to suspect each other and fear for their property. Agar said Bundick dropped Smith off at the unoccupied house near Melfa and then returned to pick him up after he set the fire. The crimes began in November The felony arson counts include fires set to: Bertha Finney s structure on Dennis Drive in Parksley Nov. 12; Charles Robert Smith (in jail jumpsuit), pleaded guilty to all 67 charges of arson and a count of conspiracy in connection with a spree of fires set from November 2012 to April 1, e was represented by local attorney Carl Bundick, who held a press conference outside after the trial. woods, a fence, straw or similar material owned by Esther Evans and Millville umber Co. Nov. 13; Matt Young s building on Johnson Road near Parksley Nov. 13; enry E. Johnson s building Nov. 13; property of Byrd Foods and Elizabeth Fitch Nov. 15; ynn and inda Gayle s building Nov. 15; Shirley Sturgis building Nov. 15; inda Darnell Gunter Joynes building Nov. 17; Charlotte Williams Meek s building Nov. 17; Vergie Nedab s building Nov. 17; Gary Ayers building Nov. 19; Daniel Atwood Berry s building Nov. 21; Robert Webb s building Nov. 22; Steve Vankesteren s property Nov. 29; Shelly Allen s building Nov. 30; Grover Parker s structure Dec. 3; Peggy Scarborough s building Dec. 7; Kate Wharton s building Dec. 12; ois Gomez s building Dec. 15; Michelle Yugonda s property Dec. 16; Elaine Kimble s property Dec. 17; Kelly Wood s property Dec. 18; Anita Johnson s house Dec. 20; ouise Young s property Dec. 22; Winter Cullen s building Dec. 23; property owned by Peerless Manatee, Inc. and managed by Susan Morris Dec. 24; Andrew Wiley s property Jan. 20; property owned by Clear Channel Communications and managed by Nancy Chernoff Jan. 20; Eugene Turlington s storage house Jan. 30; Geneva Jubilee s building Jan. 31; Albert McMath s building Feb. 1; ynn and inda Gayle s building Feb. 2; Robert Chesser s building Feb. 9; Cornell Wharton s building Feb. 10; eatherbury United Methodist Church Feb. 13; an unoccupied house owned by Robert Williams and rented by James Shreaves and daughters Feb. 14; Wayne Norton Sr. s building Feb. 16; Melvin ewis building, Feb. 17; James and Teresa Kline s unoccupied house Feb. 23; Southeastern Virginia s structure Feb. 23; Bernice Walker s property Feb. 24; Ruby Gilliam s building Feb. 25; John Edmond Johnson s building Feb. 27; Jamie Kinica Pettit s structure March 2; Richard all III s property March 3; Beulah Sample s property March 4; Ronald McCumbers property March 4; Cleo Kelly Jr. s structure March 7; Joyce Wharton s property March 11; Whispering Pines Inc. s former motel in Tasley March 12; and olding, C s property March 13; Danny Mills property March 14; woods, a fence, grass, and straw on arold Jackson ittle s property March 16; building of Byrd Foods & Elizabeth Fitch March 17; Claude Johnson s building March 21; John Zardus building March 24; olland J. Bell s building March 26; Claude enry s house April 1. The misdemeanor arson counts include fires set to: elen Julie asty s property on Neal Parker Road at Withams Nov. 13; arry Gravenor s building in Greenbush Nov. 13; Orlando Drummond s buildings two times Nov. 19; David utchinson s structure Nov. 28; Susan Moehrle s building Dec. 2; John Bowdoin s property Jan. 20; Mark Rew s building Jan. 27; W. Beverly Fletcher s building March 3.
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19 20 Eastern Shore Post November 1, 2013 Posting Up By Bill Sterling SPORTS Bishop eatherbury Unlikely IronMan Bishop eatherbury was nobody s idea of an athlete when he attended high school and college. Even he admits, I was too small to play football and kind of uncoordinated, plus I was on the heavy side, so I never participated in sports. A 1970 graduate of Broadwater Academy, eatherbury attended the University of Richmond and later graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in accounting. A reunion of Phi Delta Theta graduates from the early 1970s was held on the Shore this summer. Bishop, who was a Phi Delt during his Richmond days before transferring to Virginia Tech because of its accounting department, wanted to be here, but was in training for a race. Not just any race, but the IronMan Triathlon in awaii, the World Championships of Triathlons. is fraternity brothers, many of them outstanding athletes in high school and college, and now some of them hard-pressed to run 385 yards, marveled at what might have been the least likely brother who was preparing to run 26 miles and 385 yards, bike 115 miles and swim 2.4 miles. I started exercising about 10 years after college to control my weight, said Bishop, who at 140 pounds is 30 pounds below his high-school weight. At first I only ran and competed in shorter distances and later marathons. Then I had an injury and went to the swimming pool for exercise. I had never swum before, but once I had done that, I thought about triathlons. The swimming part is the hardest thing I ve ever done. said Bishop, now 61. A veteran of 32 marathons, including the Boston Marathon, where this year he was less than a mile from the finish line when the bombs exploded, eatherbury has completed eight triathlons and will be competing in a ninth this weekend in Florida. Training from 15 to a peak of 25 hours weekly, while covering as many as 200 miles on a bike, running over 30 miles and swimming as many as 10,000 meters a week, eatherbury said time management is the ultimate skill of a triathlon competitor. It means getting up very early in the morning and using your time wisely, said eatherbury, a family man who with his wife Suzanne has three children and two grandchildren. e is also a managing partner at Tatum, C, a nationwide firm that provides interim chief financial officers and financial consultation for companies. aving grown up in Onancock, eatherbury is now in Atlanta, Ga., after stints with companies in Reston and Richmond, Va. e has served as CFO of a number of venture capital funded technology companies, including software, hardware and service providers. is father, Edwin eatherbury, was a CPA and co-owner of eatherbury and Broache in Accomac, where his brother, Rob, heads the firm today. e also has a sister, Anne. With both of my parents gone, I don t get to the Shore very often, maybe about once a year, but sometimes Rob and Anne will meet me in Richmond, said Bishop. But a Shore boyhood friend was never far from his mind as he spent nearly 14 hours pushing to the finish line of the IronMan Triathlon. I raced in honor of my childhood friend, Frank Wray, who has been stricken with AS and in memory of Karen Kelly and John Blais, both Iron- Man World Championship finishers who lost their lives to AS. Thanks to the support of my friends, we topped the $10,000 mark in funds raised. Their contributions will help fund research into a cure for AS so that one day people will be able to survive AS. eatherbury had a goal of completing the triathlon in awaii in 13 hours, an hour better than the mark he set in this race two years ago. Strong winds during the bike portion slowed his progress and left him a bit short of that goal, but still 35 minutes better than his previous best. Reflecting over the week and over the six months of training, eatherbury said he took away a number of lessons. In his words, those lessons were: 1.The power of setting goals in general and in having a BAG (Big airy Audacious Goal). ad I not set an aggressive goal (and told everyone about it), I would not have been driven to train as hard or to race as hard. While I did not hit my goal, I am confident that I did better as a result of having a big goal. 2. Not only is it important to have a vision, it is critical to have a plan and milestones along the way. I had broken my race into goals for each segment and was able to measure my progress along the way. It was even a help to reach each buoy in the swim as a measure of forward progress which let me know I was making progress. 3. The power of doing something for a cause bigger than yourself. Thinking of Frank and Karen kept me going through the tough parts and, along the way, I met many new friends and supporters which enriched the experience. 4. The importance and power of friends and relationships. ots of people along the way helped me through long training rides, long runs and that was every bit as rewarding and important a part of the journey as the race itself. 5. No matter whether you are sprinting down the finish chute to meet a goal or slowing down to smell the roses along the way, running down Ali I Drive and crossing the finish line at the IronMan World Championship is a thrill of a lifetime! Bishop eatherbury arrives at the finish chute after completing the IronMan Triathlon World Championships in awaii.
20 November 1, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 21 SPORTS SORTS Youth Basketball in Northampton Northampton County Parks and Recreation is accepting registrations for the youth basketball program scheduled to begin Saturday, Dec. 7, at the former Northampton Middle School. A registration and draft for all players will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the school. The registration fee is $35 per player. Registration fees and forms will be accepted until Saturday, Dec. 7. For more information, call Tennis Anyone? The Community Tennis Association of Chincoteague is sponsoring a Tennis Anyone? program for individuals 16 and older interested in tennis. Each Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Memorial Park, located off East Drive, members from the CTA will be available to play a round-robin format for all levels of play. Players may drop in whenever they like and may stay as long as desirable. For more information, contact David Spangler at after 5 p.m. Turkey Trot Run/Walk at Nassawadox Northampton County Parks and Recreation is sponsoring the Annual Turkey Trot Fun/Run Walk on Saturday, Nov. 23, in front of the Cancer Center on ospital Road in Nassawadox. Registration for runners and walkers will begin at 10 a.m the day of the race, which will begin at 10:30 a.m. The entry fee is $10; children 12 and under will be admitted free. Additional contributions will be accepted and will benefit the Northampton Parks and Recreation Department. Frozen turkeys and prizes will be given at the end of the race to overall division winners and first-place age bracket winners. For more information, contact Northampton Parks and Recreation at or Anglers Club To Meet The Eastern Shore of Virginia Anglers Club (www.esanglersclub.org) will hold its monthly meeting on Nov. 11 in the conference room of the Sage Restaurant in Onley at 7:30 p.m. It will feature a presentation by Sam Sellard of Melfa, who has caught hundreds of large stripers during the past 10 years. e will talk about daytime and nighttime fishing with live eels for trophy stripers at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. The public is invited and new or prospective members are welcome. unters for ungry Seeking Donations The Eastern Shore Chapter of the Virginia unters for the ungry announces the beginning of its 16th season of service to residents of the Shore. The program raises the funds necessary to pay the processing cost for deer donated by local hunters. The deer is processed into packages of ground meat that is distributed locally through the Foodbank in Tasley. Since the program s inception in 1997, more than 4,000 deer have been processed. This is over 500,000 servings of a nutritious product that has been well received and enjoyed by the recipients through the foodbank and ighthouse Ministries. The goal this year is 200 deer. The program will begin receiving deer on Nov. 2 through the deer hunting season. The deer may be taken to the refrigerated trailers at the foodbank in Tasley or B&B Market in Machipongo. They also may be taken to the local processor, Brent Powell, in Wachapreague. The deer must be field-dressed and properly registered. The program pays $45 per deer for processing costs, discounted from the going price of $80 a deer. Currently, there are matching funds available for local businesses, clubs, and groups. The organization is a 501-c-3, making donations deductible. The management expense is very low to maximize funds available for processing. The local chapter is requesting both deer and financial donations to allow the program to continue this year. As the processing cost is per deer, donation of larger body deer is encouraged. A speaker is available to talk to groups upon request. Please send checks made payable to unters for the ungry to P.O. Box 1702, Parksley, VA For more information, call the local director, Worth Saunders, at or The organization s website is h4hungry.org New Church To old Turkey Shoot New Church Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company is holding its annual Turkey Shoot Saturday, Nov. 16, starting at 10 a.m. at its firehouse behind the truck weighing scales off ankford ighway. Prizes are awarded for all rounds. There will be a children s division. Breakfast and lunch will be for sale. For information, contact NCVFR at or Cornhole Tourney at Indiantown A double elimination cornhole tournament will be held Saturday, Nov. 9, at Indiantown Park beginning at 11 a.m. The registration fee is $30 per team. Cash prizes will be awarded to first- and second-place teams. For more information, contact Gary Kelley at
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