2019-1-8

K. Wayne Kei

K. Wayne Kei, 72, of Emporia, VA died January 5, 2019, at Southside Regional Medical Center, Petersburg, VA.

Mr. Kei was born in Emporia, VA the son of the late, Johnny Kei and Helen Jones Kei. He was a retired engineer with Philip Morris International  and original member of the Electras Band.

Surviving are: his wife, Patsy Anderson Kei; numerous cousins; and a special friend, Sally the beagle.

Graveside services will be held in Emporia Cemetery, Wednesday, January 9, 2019, at 2:00 PM, with Rev. Rick Ragan officiating.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Hospice Support Group of Southside Virginia.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at: www.echols funeralhome.com

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Roger Wayne Clary

Roger Wayne Clary, died Friday, January 4, 2019. He was 74.

A native of Brunswick County, Virginia, Roger, a retired construction superintendent and member of Faymont Baptist Church in Fayetteville, NC was the son of the late Preston M. Clary and Thurlan C. Baird Clary. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his beloved son; Brian Trent Clary, brothers; Preston B. Clary and Howard M. Clary, his sisters; Evelyn Marie Dorman, Kay Justice, and Phyllis Ann Clary.

Roger is survived by his loving wife, Eileen Hallingshead Clary, brother; Ray Justice and his wife Nancy of Gasburg, VA, sister; Delaine Wilkey of Marietta, SC.

Funeral Services will be held Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 1:00 P.M. at Wrenn Clarke and Hagan Funeral and Cremation Chapel with Rev. James Cunningham officiating. Burial will follow at Pleasant Hill Christian Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 11:30 until Service time at the Funeral Home.

Online condolences may be left at wrennclarkehagan.com.

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Southern Virginia Regional Medical Center Donates Needed Funds to Family Violence Sexual Assault Unit/Child Advocacy Center

Emporia, VA – For some in our community, leaving abuse could mean homelessness. During this holiday season, the staff at Southern Virginia Regional Medical Center (SVRMC) helped support those brave individuals in our community who left abusive situations. Donations from “Denim Day Fridays” in the amount of $340 was gifted to Family Violence Sexual Assault Unit/Child Advocacy Center (FVSAU)

Throughout November, SVRMC staff participated in “Denim Day Fridays.” By donating $5 and wearing jeans on Friday’s, staff members showed their support for local families in need. All donations from November’s “Denim Day Fridays” will be used to help those assisted by (FVSAU) including rent, electricity, groceries and clothing.

FVSAU offers a range of services for both adults and children whom are victims of domestic violence and sexual violence in the Emporia/Greensville, Brunswick and Sussex area. Services provided include 24-hour confidential support hotline, legal referrals, assistance with protection orders, access to shelter 24 hours per day to victims of domestic violence who are in imminent danger, ongoing support and information, court accompaniment, transportation, education, medical advocacy and referrals. To learn more about the center call the Emporia location at 434-348-0100 or the Brunswick location at 434-848-2142.

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