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Moser, Christy M. - Portsmouth  
Christy M. Moser Portsmouth - Christy Maureen Moser, 65, of the 5800 block of Southampton Lane passed away on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 in a local hospital. She was born on December 11, 1950 in Clifton Forge, VA to the late Garnett and Joyce Pennington; and was a member of Rivershore Baptist Church in Portsmouth. She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Katherine Hill; and three sisters, Pamala Smith, Yvonne Zaleta and Connie McCabe. She is survived by her husband, Jeremy Moser; four daughters, Heather Joyner, Katherine Joyner, Sarah Howell and her husband Jason and Maquel Moser; two sons, Chris Joyner and wife Amethyst and Patrick Joyner and wife Tonya; ten grandchildren, Lucca, Peighton, Gracie, Jase, Jasmine, Paxtyn, Cameron, Zoe, Preston and Haley; an aunt, Virginia Ritchie; and a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. A memorial service will be held at 11 AM Monday, June 27, 2016 in Sturtevant Event Center, 5100 Portsmouth Blvd., Portsmouth. The family will receive friends at the center immediately following the service. These arrangements are being handled by Sturtevant Funeral Home, Portsmouth Blvd. Chapel. Condolences may be made to the family online at www.SturtevantFuneralHome.com
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Published in The Virginian Pilot on June 24, 2016
Moyce, Paulette - Elsewhere  
Paulette Moyce Elsewhere - Ancienne artiste née à Moirans (Isère) en 1922, elle s'en est allée le 27 mai 2016 à Williamsburg (USA), au soir de ses 93 printemps, après une enfance douloureuse mais un parcours de vie exceptionnel. Elle s'est éteinte dans la paix et la lumière de la vérité, entourée de sa fille Barbara, de sa fille de cur Judy, de Joe, de l'amour des membres de sa famille, dont Brad son gendre, Matthew son petit-fils, Jean sa belle-sur, et dans l'affection de ses nombreux amis et voisins. Elle repose en paix auprès de Murray, son époux adoré parti il y a deux ans, et a rejoint Anastasia sa maman, Paul, son père à qui elle a pardonné, Estelle, Yvonne, Paul, Lucien, Renée ses surs et frères. Ainsi qu'Henrietta. De la part de Jeanine Guillet née Dorée, sa petite sur tant aimée dont elle fut trop longtemps séparée, de Martine Galiano, sa nièce, de Karen Bonnand-Galiano et Marie-Céline Salomon, ses petites nièces, d'Andréas Leroy son arrière-petite nièce, qui ont eu l'immense bonheur de la connaitre. « J'ai lu la vérité dans vos curs et je prends aujourd'hui sous mon aile ceux qui m'ont aimée. Ne soyez pas triste, je suis dans votre cur. Paulette Moyce passed away, gently, on May 27, 2016. She was born Raymonde Henriette Doree, on December 8, 1922, in Moirans, France, near Grenoble in the French Alps. Coming from a large family, many of whom were lost during World War II, Paulette aided with the French resistance movement during the German occupation of France. After the war, she began her foray into show business, starting out as a singer with big bands, performing in many of the well- known clubs of Paris. She went on to perform in many stage productions and eventually to the big screen where she assumed her stage name of Paulette Laurent. Her best known movie was the 1949 "Les Vagabonds du Reve", in which Paulette sang and acted. In 1950, Paulette was in attendance at a reception given by the Mayor of Nice, on the French Riviera, for the Admiral of a United States Naval Ship. Also present was a handsome officer by the name of Murray Moyce. This event became the turning point of her life as she went on to marry Murray in 1951. Paulette and Murray moved to the United States settling first in New York City, where she once stood in for Edith Piaf. There she began to diligently work on her English. Living in several different cities, their time in Newport, Rhode Island brought them the arrival of their beloved daughter, Barbara, in 1953. She was very proud to eventually become a United States citizen. As a Navy wife Paulette assumed a strong supporting role, entertaining with her exquisite French cooking, which she also shared with family and friends. Many of Paulette and Murray's years were spent in the Tidewater area with homes in Norfolk and Portsmouth, and they eventually settled in Williamsburg in 1985. Paulette lost her beloved Murray, after 62 years of marriage, having been a tireless caregiver to him in later years. Their special relationship was described as "love birds" until the end. Paulette was a longtime and devoted member of Olive Branch Christian Church. She will be remembered for her gregarious personality, timeless glamour and generous heart. Paulette made an indelible impression on all of those whom she met. Left to cherish her memory are her daughter, Barbara and her husband Brad of Big Timber, Montana, her grandson, Matthew McGann of Fort Bragg, N.C., sister in law, Jean Moyce of Rochester, NY, nieces Cherie Everett, Debbie Godfrey and Yvonne Moyce, and her much-loved French family: sister, Jeanine Guillet , niece, Martine Galiano, great nieces, Karen Bonnard- Galiano and her daughter, Andrea and Marie-Celine Salomon, all of St. Laurent du Pont, France, as well as a host of dear friends. A memorial service for Paulette was held at Olive Branch Christian Church, on Friday, June 10. Memorial donations may be made to Olive Branch Christian Church, 7643 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23188.
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Published in The Virginian Pilot on June 22, 2016
Moyer, Stephen Paul - Chesapeake  
Stephen Paul Moyer Chesapeake - After all these years of checking the obituaries to see if your name was there, you finally made the list. We only wish you could have been here to read it. Stephen Paul Moyer ("Steve", "DJ") of Chesapeake Virginia, passed away June 12, 2016, at Sentara Norfolk Heart Hospital. Steve was 67 years old. Born on February 16, 1949, Steve was the only child of James F. and Marianna W. Moyer of Norfolk Virginia. His early years were spent growing up in the Berkley section of Norfolk where he played baseball, learned to tap dance and attended Epworth United Methodist Church. After graduating high school, Steve learned to be a radio broadcaster. He worked in several radio stations in North Carolina as well as the local station, Honey Radio (WHNE), which later became WNIS. His love and knowledge of country music served him well during his time at the station where he played many of his favorite artists including George Jones, Merle Haggard, and many others. In addition to working in radio Steve also made a living as a truck driver where his CB handle became "DJ". Steve was an active member in the local Teamsters Union and drove a car hauler for Allied Systems from which he later retired. In retirement Steve could not sit around, so he went to work for Pop-A-Lock which kept him quite active. He enjoyed helping people both on the job and in his personal life. Steve was an avid sports fan, from baseball to golf to NASCAR and everything in between. He could always be seen cheering on his beloved UVA Cavaliers despite having a daughter that graduated from Virginia Tech. He followed the RAMS NFL team; watched and attended as many Yankees games as he could, and camped out with his friends to catch his favorite NASCAR driver, Jeff Gordon, fly around the track. There was a bet to be made on all of them, but he made you feel good even when you lost. He was also a member of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Berkley Aerie #795 and the Aragona Moose Lodge. He had many friends at both and loved spending his spare time with them. Steve was predeceased by his parents and two of his favorite Papillion dogs, Luna and Sinbad. He is survived by his daughter, Stephanie Cooke; his daughter Amy Cook and her husband TJ; his son, Michael Moyer; and his daughter Jenn Wilson and her husband Lyn. He had 13 grandchildren; 1 great grandson; several cousins; a great number of very special friends and four very sad dogs who already miss being petted at 1:00 AM by their favorite human. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held at the Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, Kempsville Chapel on Monday, June 20th at 2PM. A visitation will precede the service at 1PM. A private interment will be held with the family at Woodlawn Cemetery, Norfolk, VA at a later date. Memorial donations may be sent to the Fraternal Order of the Eagles #795 P.O. Box 5114 Chesapeake VA 23324-0114. All amounts collected will be donated to the American Lung Association in Steve's name. On his headstone he had these words engraved so everyone would remember, "He was a nice guy". Condolences may be offered to the family at; www.hollomon-brown.com
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Published in The Virginian Pilot on June 17, 2016
Mungin Sr., Louis J. - Virginia Beach  
Louis J. Mungin Sr. Virginia Beach - Louis J. "Lou" Mungin Sr., 91, died Sunday June 12, 2016. Born in Pottstown, PA, he lived in Virginia Beach since 1963 while serving with the U.S. Navy for 25 years, where he retired in 1970. After service as a MCPO Signalman, Lou held a second career for over 20 years with the U.S. Postal Service, also serving as a past President and active member of the local Letter Carriers Union. Lou was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a founding member and past President of the Sons of Italy, Roma Lodge #254 in Virginia Beach. He was a past President of the Aragona-Pembroke Little League. Lou was an avid golfer and a past President of the Kempsville men's golf association. Lou was predeceased by his wife of 53 years, Joyce, in late 2015. Survivors include his four sons, Robert, Andrew, Lou Jr., Michael and their families, including five grandchildren. A memorial service and burial with military honors will be conducted at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery.
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Published in The Virginian Pilot on June 19, 2016
Mutchler, Lester - Virginia Beach  
Lester Mutchler Virginia Beach - Lester Frederick Mutchler lost his courageous battle with cancer on June 20, 2016. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on September 10, 1951 and was a longtime resident of Virginia Beach. Les attended Old Dominion University and received a Bachelor of Science in 1975. He has worked at Davenport & Co., an investment firm in Virginia Beach, for 25 years. Les was preceded in death by his father, Jack Mutchler. He is survived by his mother Jacqueline of Pittsburgh, his daughter Audrey Mutchler, and her mother Jan Mutchler. Les will also be missed by his many friends and clients. Special thanks for all the support from his buddies at Hot Tuna Bar and Grill. The family's arrangements for a memorial service are pending.
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Published in The Virginian Pilot on June 23, 2016
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