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Volume 58, Number 33 • August 25, 2011

Cold cases cause families heartache By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com

Guilt is a difficult emotion. Some people can’t handle it, and when they do something wrong, like commit a crime, they are more than willing to confess their transgression when caught. The other side of that coin is a person with a cold heart. Guilt doesn’t bother them, and even when caught or suspected of a

crime, they are unlikely to accept responsibility for their actions. Someplace on this little planet we call home, there are at least three people, maybe more, enjoying life while holding the answers to solve three cold cases in Goochland County. It takes only a few words about one of the cases to bring tears to people who want nothing more than closure and justice. The crimes are all of a differ-

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New GES principal Tina McCay gets a hug from returning fourth-grader Rilie Bass on the first day of school.

First day of school goes smoothly By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

The yellow buses started rolling in about 7:45 a.m. Monday morning at GES as about 350 new and returning students reported for their first day at school. It was also the first day, at least the first school day as prinicipal for Tina

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McCay at GES. “Our first priority is safety,” said McCay, named as GES principal last spring after Stacey Austin resigned. “We want to make sure all the students feel safe and loved,” she said. “I’m ecstatic being back in the schools where I belong,” added McCay, who spent two years working in the Central Office after 10 years as an

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elementary teacher in first and second grade at GES. McCay said coming back to GES was easier since she knows all the key people. This year only six buses pulled up at GES, the result of consolidation of bus routes done to save money. County-wide see First day > page 4

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Christina Maxwell, seated, holds a picture of her son Billy who was killed on West Broad Street Road Sept. 18, 2010, by a hitand-run driver. Behind her Jennifer Waldrop, left, holds a picture of her mother, Joan Weigelhofer, who was murdered at her real estate office Aug. 14, 2003. Connie Taylor’s step-brother, Waverly G. Sharpe Jr., disappeared in August 1997.

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Man of many talents authors children’s book By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com

Phil Julian is a man of many talents. The Goochland County resident, with his wife Laura as manager, operates a home repair business, but while fixing things might pay most of the bills, his creative talents put a sparkle in his eyes and a smile on his face. For over four decades, Julian has been a musician, singer and song writer, and recently he has co-authored a children’s book. “The Worm Tickler” was the product of an early morning encounter between Julian and neighbor Sandra Randall. Julian was out in the middle of the street in front of her house with a tin can and toothbrush nudging worms into the can. Randall was headed out for a walk when she saw him and asked what he was doing? “Tickling worms,” he answered. “I need them for my hens.” Randall immediately went back in her house and wrote a poem about what she saw. “Sandra gave me the poem as a Christmas present,” Julian said. “A few months later, there was a poetry writing contest at the Goochland library. I encouraged her to enter the poem, and she won.” Randall and her husband Mike moved to Florida last year, but the creative juices of the friends continued to flow. Eventually, the decision was made to turn the poem into a children’s book.

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Goochland author and singer/songwriter Phil Julian displays his first book along with a CD of original country music he composed. He’s often heard on open mike nights at Rare Old Times at Pump Road and Patterson Avenue and Ellwood Cafe in Carytown.

“Sandra’s original poem had 20 lines and ended with ‘It’s a labor of love for my feathery friends,’” said Julian. “I added 10 more lines and included the garden, family and reconciliation aspects.” According to Julian, the answer he gave Randall that morning that he was getting the worms for his hens was more of a joke. He was really getting them to put in his garden to help its eco-system. The book came out several months ago. Amazon is selling it and an e-book version is in the process. “I drew all of the illustra-

tions in the book,” Julian said. “I started out doing them by hand and painting them, but I wasn’t pleased with the quality. I then turned to doing them on my computer and figure it took about 10 hours a page, or a little over 300 hours.” As for his musical talents, Julian says they were inherited. “I come from a musical family,” he said. “Both of my older brothers play the guitar, and about the time I turned nine years old, they figured I was big enough to handle one. They showed me how to hold a guitar and taught me a couple of cords. I had listened to them so much that I had

a good idea of how it was supposed to sound. I practiced and practiced. To really learn to play the guitar, you need to practice at least an hour every day.” Julian has released two CDs and appears in the area at several clubs when they have open mic nights. Two of his regular stops are Rare Old Times at Pump and Patterson and Ellwood Cafe in Carytown. There is a Facebook page for “The Worm Tickler” and an email address at wormtickler@ comcaast.net. Julian has hardback copies of the book for sale and can be reached at 804-749-3395.

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NEWS: What’s Going on in Goochland County

Hurricane preparedness tips from the Center for Disease Control

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Hurricane Irene might be taking aim at Richmond and eastern Virginia this weekend. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) projects the eye of Irene will be just off the east coast of central Florida at 2 a.m. Friday, and then has the eye hitting land at 2 a.m. Sunday near Wrightsville Beach, N.C. Computer tracks then have Irene turning to the east and heading out to sea around the Outer Banks and south eastern Virginia. Depending on her course, Irene could skirt or hit the Virginia Beach

area. The National Weather Service in Wakefield predicts a 50 percent change of rain for the Richmond area Saturday during the day. The chance for rain goes up to 60 percent for Saturday night and is 50 percent for Sunday. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has compiled a suggested list supplies you should have when a hurricane or some other natural emergency might occur. The CDC recommends having: • Several clean containers for water, large enough for a 3-5 day supply of water (about five gallons for each person). • A 3-5 day supply of nonperishable food. • A first aid kit and manual. • A battery-powered radio, flashlights, and extra batteries. • Sleeping bags or extra

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First day continued from > page 1 five bus routes were eliminated, said Goochland Superintendent of Schools Linda Underwood. There were a few glitches in the first day of school, said Underwood. An apparent lightning strike on a communications pole over the weekend at Byrd E.S. cut off the phones there. And 300 students on six buses had to be rerouted at the last minute because of the closure of a section of Whitehall Road for repair. Otherwise things went smoothly, said Underwood. “I’ve been in every school,” said the superintendent. “It’s been a really great opening.” A controversy that surfaced last week over an increased parking fee for students at Goochland High School was partially resoved by allowing students to pay $75 (equivalent to the old fee) with the additional $50 to be paid by October 1. The fee increase was passed back in July with little or no discussion, attention being focused No ration Regist ! Fees

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from GHS. “Everyone asked if I was a foreign exchange student,” she recalled since there were so few Hispanic students back then as she noted that times had changed. After all the students arrived long time teachers’ assistant Sally Hodges watched as fifth-graders Areanna Wilson and Marcellus Athey raised the flag in front of the school. Picked for their good citizenship, the two students raised the flag only to half staff in remembrance of the the service men killed in the helicopter crash on August 6.


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New Human Resources Director now on the job in Goochland New Building Official also chosen By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Goochland has a new Human Resources Director. Ann Perkins, formerly Director of Human Resources at the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority began her new job in June. Her appointment was announced in an email from Deputy County

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without a human resources department head since April, when the human resource coordinator position was eliminated at the same time that Buildings and Grounds was merged with the Department of Parks and Recreation. County Administrator Rebecca Dickson said at that time that a new human resource position would be created “focused on safety and risk management responsibilities, staff training and employee relations.”

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Sunday on TV After a busy Saturday we made the mistake of turning on the tube Sunday morning for a quick sample of the news and political talk shows. Big mistake. There was a panel of talking heads holding forth about how weak the U.S. economy is. Another commentator weighed in with the opinion that the U.S. presidential system was inferior to the European parliamentary system, where the head of the party that wins the general election becomes the chief executive. Yet another analyst tried to link unrest in London, India and the various Arab states into a world-wide phenomena predicting (at least subliminally) that we might look forward to similar disorder in the United States. Yikes, better stock up on staples and head for the bomb shelter! At least the question on parliament versus a presidential system was thought provoking, since if the U.S. had had a European system the current U.S. Prime Minister would be John Boehner after last fall’s election!

Where are the Democrats? National and international news and opinion aside, we had a communication last week that the Gazette is biased because we write about Republicans in Goochland County and ignore Democrats. To the first part of that charge we plead guilty. Yes we do write about Republicans in Goochland. And that’s because Republicans are running for office. We haven’t written

about Goochland Democrats because we have as yet been unable to unearth a single local politician running for county office who calls themselves a Democrat. Not one. We did lead off our coverage of the 22nd state senate seat contest with a profile on Democrat Bert Dodson. Of course he’s from Lynchburg. Since then we have concentrated on the GOP candidates vying for the party nomination to run against him in November, the winner to have been selected in last Tuesday’s primary. Then long-time Republican Del. Bill Janis decided to drop his bid for reelection to the House of Delegates in order to run for Commonwealth’s Attorney in Henrico and a herd of area Republicans appeared to contest for the GOP nomination for the 56th District. That was also to be decided last Tuesday. Try as we might and after contacting the local Democratic Party Committee chair Monday evening, we couldn’t scare up the name of a single Democrat willing to jump into the 56th District race. There evidently was no one willing to commit to such an effort. So we plead guilty once again to not writing about Democrats. We’d like to if we could find some. It would sure make our job more interesting to cover a vigorous local two-party system. But you can’t do it in Goochland, if there are no Democratic candidates to write about. - Ken Odor

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Benedictine move to River Road opposed The purpose of this letter is to persuade Goochland taxpayers in all districts to contact their Board of Supervisor and ask that he vote against the request by the Benedictine Society to move Benedictine to River Road. This issue affects all Goochland taxpayers as it has potential significant tax consequences. We are concerned about the move on a number of levels, the most important to us being the traffic issue. River Road was not designed to handle this kind of

projected traffic volume. It is a road already experiencing a great deal of traffic, especially during commuting hours -- which would be high traffic times for Benedictine School. There is only one entrance for this property, located at a dangerous point on River Road immediately next to the Rt. 288 overpass. This single entrance will serve as a choke point for traffic in both directions. Benedictine has also requested four large event permits. Large events have no place in a residential area. Additionally, many of the Benedictine drivers will be young, inexperienced male drivers, who are

the group most prone to take risks. There is no margin for error on this road. We have been to two informational meetings which were held at the Abbey in the spring. At those meetings Darvin Satterwhite said that the Benedictine move to Goochland would be at no expense to the county and that Benedictine would bear the costs of turn lanes onto their property and at River Road and Rt.6 (Patterson Avenue). That has now changed and they have said they would pay only a see Letters > page 8

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Letters continued from > page 8 It may seem strange to the voters of Goochland that a private school, virtually none of whose pupils reside in the county, should receive both direct and indirect funding from the county at a time when Goochland had to cut back on funding its own public schools. Benedictine should stay on Sheppard Street. We, the Goochland taxpayers, should not be put in a position of bailing out Benedictine. We hope that Goochland voters will contact their Board of Supervisor for a no vote to Benedictine. Margie and Andrew Farquhar Dover District

Road repair efforts leave something to be desired Having enjoyed life out in the rural, bucolic wilds of the northwestern territories of Goochland, I now find myself even more directionally challenged by what I assume is either road repair or a search for Jimmy Hoffa’s body. Road detours currently abound and trying to get to some places can be, forgive me, trying. In addition I think that there is a conspiracy to take whatever road materials are left over from other road works and spreading them helter-skelter across, County Line , Hickory Hill and parts of the HadensvilleFife roadways. There could be other roadways sharing similar disfigurement but I found myself so depressed I returned home, where I find that chocolate can relieve my symptoms. Someone has some ‘splainin’ to do (i.e. Lucy’s husband Ricky). An announcement in the Gazette, maybe even with

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It’s as though he was simply forget what I saw that day. I plucked from the face of the live with it every day of my continued from > page 1 earth. life, and it still causes me to have nightmares. It was horthree cold cases in Goochland Weigelhofer rible.� County. It takes only a few Weigelhofer was a real estate words about one of the cases The old saying that time broker and was murdered at her to bring tears to people who want nothing more than clo- heals all wounds doesn’t apply office on West Broad Street Road. to any of the relatives and Authorities have suggested since sure and justice. there were no signs of forced The crimes are all of a dif- friends of the victims. “It’s been eight years, and entry, that she knew her assailferent nature and happened years apart. Two, and prob- I’m not at all sure now that even ant, and believing she probably ably three, people died and if they caught the person that had the door locked since she left love ones haunted by the killed my mother that it would was there alone, she might have memories of what happened. do much to ease the pain,� said even unlocked the door to let the Joan Weigelhofer was Jennifer Waldrop, Weigelhofer’s perpetrator in. “Mother never locked the killed by a shot from a 40 daughter. “All I know is someone needs to pay for the crime.� door at the office,� Waldrop caliber pistol Aug. 14, 2003. For Waldrop, the pain of added. “There was no need to. Billy Maxwell was the victim of a hit-and-run driver her mother’s death will never Back then, we trusted people. go away. There was no reason to lock it. In Sept. 18, 2010. “I was the one who found fact when I found her, the door Waverly G. Sharpe Jr. disappeared in August 1997. her,� she said. “I will never was unlocked.�

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Authorities also reported that a dark black or green late-model SUV was seen at Weigelhofer’s office, Busy Bee Realty, sometime after 3 p.m. when a coworker left her alone and when Waldrop discovered her mother’s body.

Maxwell Christina Maxwell’s pain boils over into anger when she talks about the death of her son. “Billy didn’t deserve to die like that,� she said. “Somebody hit him and then left him in the middle of the road to die. They know they didn’t hit a deer. They know it was a human being, and they just drove off.� Maxwell had been at a party earlier in the evening and had gotten a ride part of the way home. He was seen sometime around 3 a.m. by three paper carriers. “They were headed up West Broad Street Road and then they split up and went into separate neighborhoods to deliver their papers,� Christina said. “One of them said he saw Billy walking up the road with his thumb in the air as though he was trying to get a ride.

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When he came back about half an hour later, he found him in the middle of the road.� The 17-year old was breathing but unresponsive when emergency personnel and police arrived. He died at the scene. “A man who lives near where he was found said about the time it might have happened he heard a crash and a loud bang,� she added. “There are no street lights on the road where it happened. It can be rather dark. Whoever did this knows they were there. They know they hit someone. They can’t hide. They need to come forward and take

responsibility for what they did.�

Sharpe For Connie Taylor, the loss of Sharpe, her step-brother, is punctuated by the words not knowing. “We don’t know a thing about what happened to him,� she said. “The police tell us they won’t be able to tell us anything or do anything until they have a body or some remains.� Sharpe had been at a social event with some coworkers. One had picked him up and then see Cold cases > page 11

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August 25, 2011 Chewning Charles Carpenter Chewning, 90, passed away on Aug. 21, 2011. He was the husband of Virginia Davenport; father to Emily, Charles, Lee and David; grandfather to 11; and great-grandfather to 12. His compassion and love for his family defined his life, especially the tenderness for his wife of 67 years, who survives him. He is also survived by a brother, Neil; and two sisters, Elizabeth and Katherine. Born and raised in Bon Air, Virginia, he attended the Virginia Military Institute, where he was captain of the track team and set a state record in the mile. In 1973, he was inducted into the VMI Sports Hall of Fame for his achievements. After graduation from VMI in 1942, he served in the U.S. Army until 1946 as a captain in the Ninth Armored Division in the European Theatre. After the war, he returned to Richmond and worked for Johnson Controls until he purchased Wyatt Transfer, the oldest local cartage company in Richmond,

Cold cases continued from > page 10 brought him home. The last time he was seen he was walking towards his trailer. “A friend called my mother [Sharpe’s step-mother] when he couldn’t reach Waverly and asked if she knew where he was and did she think they ought to call authorities,” Taylor explained. “She said he might have taken off so give him a few days. When we did call the authorities and they went to check on him, they

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son of William Lawrence Dunn and Emily Chenault, born Noble, died peacefully on Aug. 17, 2011 at the age of 87. After graduating from Manchester High School, he attended Lynchburg College for two years, interrupted by WWII, he enrolled with the Naval Reserve Training Program, graduating as ensign. Having spent the war years in the Far East, he served on the USS McCall, as a lieutenant, at the assault of Iwo Jima. At the end of the war, he entered the Veterans Administration Training Program, leading to a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, graduating from Duke University. Before joining the Research and Development Department of Philip Morris, his work took him to the Roanoke Veterans Hospital, the McGuire Veterans Hospital, in Richmond, and the State Women’s Prison, located in Goochland, as well as diverse teaching jobs. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Elisabeth Olekhnovich, a refugee from Russia; four children, Olga Burke (Brian), William Mark Dunn, Dunn Alexandra Morbey (Fr. Andrew) William Lawrence Dunn Jr., and Lawrence Alexis Dunn

in 1972. He later retired to Goochland County and then Charlottesville, Virginia. He lived the Rotary ideal of Service before Self. He served as president of the Downtown Rotary Club, deacon and elder in the Presbyterian Church, and the chairman of the Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care and the Richmond Chaplaincy Service. His contributions bettered the lives of many in our community. He loved to play golf with his VMI classmates, tend his gardens and danced with grace. He was a gentle soul, whose joy in life derived from the happiness that he gave to others. A graveside memorial service will be held on Friday, Aug. 26, 2011 at Hollywood Cemetery, with a reception immediately following at the Commonwealth Club. The family asks that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Rotary District 7600, Rotary Youth Exchange Program, 312 Waller Mill Rd., Williamsburg, Va. 23185.

(Susan E. Sheap); six grandchildren, Yon Burke, Simeon, Rowan and Vera Morbey, Kathryn Elisabeth and Abigail Scott Dunn. A prayer service was held Friday, Aug. 19, 2011 at Bliley’sCentral Chapel, 3801 Augusta Ave. A funeral service was held Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011 at Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 30 Malvern Ave. Graveside services were held at Hollywood Cemetery.

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Bobette Staples Barrett Richardson, “Bobbi”, age 71, of Kents Store, Va., passed away from a short illness on Aug. 16, 2011, at home surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Midland, Texas, daughter of the late Cladyne Cottrell Barrett and Leo Cy Staples. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Kent Richardson; her stepfather, J.C. Barrett Sr. MSGT USAF (Ret.); and maternal grandparents, Clay Rex Cottrell and Opal Robertson Cottrell; three uncles, Billy

Rex Cottrell CWO-4 USN (Ret.) of Kents Store, Monte B. Cottrell of El Cajon, Calif., Donald H. Cottrell of Midland, Texas; three aunts, Ruth M. Cottrell of Iowa Park, Texas, Hazel C. Geissler of Kents Store and Marianne C. Epps of Richmond; one granddaughter, Meredith A. McLeod of Winston-Salem, N.C. She is survived by two sisters, Monte B. “Betsy” Travis (Harley) of Gum Spring and Kay B. McLeod (Conrad) of Weaverville, N.C.; three brothers, Barry D. Barrett of Goochland, Clay Anthony Barrett (Brenda) of Louisa and Steven H. Barrett (Brenda) of Kents Store; her sweet-loving mother-in-law, Dorothy Martin Richardson; uncle and best friend, Michael V. Cottrell (Celeste) of Kents Store; aunts, Carol C. Childress of Kents Store, Patricia C. Williams (Thomas T.) of Richmond; uncles, David F. Cottrell MSG E-8 U.S. Army (Ret.) (Terry) of Richmond, Jerry L. Cottrell (Linda) of Englewood, Tenn.; and numerous nieces, neph-

ews, cousins and extended family. Bobbi spent the majority of her career in the insurance industry in administration and as an independent insurance agent licensed in life and health, and property and casualty. She loved reading and family. She had a special gift of sharing lives with family and friends and generously touched many, many lives. Special gratitude for the extended devotion and care by family, friends and Hospice of Piedmont during this difficult time. Sheridan Funeral Home, Kents Store, Va., is in charge of arrangements. The family received friends at Sheridan Funeral Home on Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Funeral services were held at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, Tabscott Road, on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of the Piedmont, 675 Peter Jefferson Parkway, Suite 300, Charlottesville, Va. 22911, or to Meals on Wheels, 105 Crofton Place, Palmyra, Va. 22963, in memory of Cladyne C. Barrett.

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found his cigarettes and wallet on the steps of his trailer. Everything inside seemed to be in its place. “There were ground searches all around the area, but there were never any signs of him found,” she said. “I asked the police to check a well on the property because a new one had been dug, and they said they had and didn’t find anything.” Reality for Taylor is almost too painful to endure. “I don’t hold much hope that he is still alive,” she said. “It’s been too many years since he disap-

peared. All I want now is closure for our family. We’d like to have a body or some remains so we can have a service for him, and of course, we want justice. I believe somebody did something to him, and they need to pay.” Frustration was a word all three women used frequently as they talked about how at times it seemed almost impossible to get information from authorities concerning the status of their cases. They also questioned why it was taking so long to solve them. “They solved a state trooper’s

murder within a week, but we sit for years with no answers,” Waldrop said. “It seems like if it’s someone of importance, the case gets solved. My mother, her son and her brother are no less important than that state trooper. They were good people who lived in Goochland County, and they deserve to have their cases solved.” The Virginia State Police Department is handling the Weigelhofer investigation, and the lead investigator is Terence Collins. He was out of town

attending to a family matter last week. Anyone with a tip or information concerning the case can call 804-553-3445 or e-mail terence.collins@vsp.virginia.gov. The cases of Billy Maxwell and Waverly G. Sharpe Jr. are being investigated by the Goochland County Sheriff’s Department. “Both cases are still active files,” said Lt. James Mann. ‘We followed lots of leads that came in on both cases and they led nowhere. They were always a dead end. Both cases are still open and we continue to seek informa-

tion and will follow up any lead we receive.” The phone number for the Goochland County Sheriff’s Department is 804-556-5349. On the one-year anniversary of Maxwell’s death, Sunday, Sept. 18, a Memorial Bike Ride will be held. There isn’t a registration fee, but donations that will go to the reward fund will be accepted. The ride will start at 1427 Beaver Dam Creek Road. For more information, visit Facebook page, http:// www.facebook.com/pages/4-theLuv-of-Billy/228909907144961.

each soldier said if asked they would return to action tomorrow in Afghanistan. I’m glad they and many soldiers like them are on our side. Another occurrence that added to the week long event were soldiers from Fort Lee who

came on Friday for the opening ceremony. One soldier sang the “National Anthem” the way it should be sung, not adding any personal touches. Later as the golfers approached the 18th green, one player or caddie would remove the pin with the

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Attorney General talks about gangs, guns and the governorship And the health care lawsuit By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

A favorite of conservatives and frequent target of liberals, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is a remarkably softspoken man with many “opinions.” While he’s better known for challenging the constitutionality of the Obama administration’s signature health care plan, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as the chief lawyer for the Commonwealth of Virginia, Cuccinelli issues frequent opinions on interpretation of law. He talked about one in a brief interview recently in his downtown office near the Capitol. For instance,when Robin Lind and Herb Griffith (both members of the Goochland Electoral Board) talk on the phone, is it a public meeting? Turns out, according to the AG’s reading of the law, if they talk about anything related to the Electoral Board, it is, since the Electoral Board is a threemember body and two makes a quorum. They could talk baseball scores, discuss the weather or plan to meet for lunch but couldn’t talk about Electoral Board business, not even to discuss whether a meeting date should be rescheduled or the agenda be altered. The AG’s determination was communicated in an Aug. 5 letter to Lind, Secretary of the Electoral Board. It’s just one of many opinions issued by the Attorney General’s office in response questions about Virginia law. “Those three-person boards present a peculiar sticky wicket because they are so small,” said Cuccinelli. But Lind and Griffith can discuss board business via email, said Cuccinelli, since those com-

munications are available to the public via the Freedom of Information Act. Turns out the AG has been keeping up with Goochland politics too. “They’ve been more organized then they ever have been,” said Cuccinelli, commenting on the Goochland Republican Committee’s efforts to recruit candidates for the fall election. The party has endorsed candidates for the five School Board seats and picked candidates for all five seats on the Board of Supervisors. Asked about the contest for the GOP nomination in the newly created 22nd state senate district, where Louisa Commonwealth’s Attorney Tom Garrett describes himself as a “Cuccinelli conservative,” the Attorney General explained what that term meant to him. “It’s a first principles, constitutionally focused conservative which includes limited government, and self-reliance and personal responsibility,” said the Attorney General. “It’s a very restrictive focus about what government ought to do,” Cuccinelli went on. “It ought to do those things well but we’re causing ourselves problems by expanding government so far.” Later that afternoon Cuccinelli released a statement endorsing Garrett for the GOP nomination. Cuccinelli said the GOP has about even chance to win control of the state senate in November. “We’re covering the water front, I mean we’re running 35 candidates in 40 districts. Nobody ever remembers that happening before,” said Cuccinelli. “We’re on an offense of ideas.” Onanothercontroversialtopic in Goochland, the mandate from the General Assembly to include Urban Development Areas in local comprehensive plans, the attorney general aligned himself with opponents of HB 3202.

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Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, an avid paintball player, holds the paint-spattered hat he uses when he plays. In a wide-ranging recent interview with the Gazette Cuccinelli discussed a number of timely issues.

“The tradition in Virginia is quite to the contrary – it’s local control of land use,” said Cuccinelli. “It’s a very unfortunate part of House Bill 3202.” Cuccinelli said the state took the discretion away from localities, calling that decision “bad policy.” “I’m not for the state ramming it down their throats,” he said. Only 18 months into the job, Cuccinelli has been the subject of constant speculation about his future plans. A recent poll showed him enjoying greater name recognition than current Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, the presumed GOP nominee for governor in 2013. Asked what his plans were for the future, Cuccinelli declined to rule out a run for governor. “We’ll think about that later

on this year,” he said. On another topic, when asked about New York City’s past campaign to target gun shops with lax procedures by using straw purchases by undercover detectives, Cuccinelli responded, “As you might imagine we aren’t real keen on Mr. Bloomberg sticking his nose down here. We don’t really care if they are from New York or from here, if they are doing straw purchases it’s illegal,” promising enforcement of the law regardless of who performs the straw purchases. “We’re intent on enforcing our gun laws and our gun laws focus on criminals,” he said. “Mr. Bloomberg, of course, would like no one, including law-abiding citizens, to have guns, as best as I can figure – and go ask the Londoners how great that works.”

Switching gears to the problem of gangs in Virginia, Cuccinelli said there is “really no community anymore that is untouched.” “There’s no question that gangs represent, with no close second place, the most significant violent crime challenge in Virginia,” he said, adding that MS 13 was the most violent. Cuccinelli said his office had just produced a new video piece for use in middle schools. “Pretty powerful, pretty blunt… we don’t sugarcoat the prevention side,” he said. The Attorney General said the prosecutorial reach has been expanded with a special prosecutor in the Shenandoah Valley with grand jury authority. “It’s been phenomenally successful,”he said. Commonwealth’s

Attorneys love it.” That effort may be expanded to the Richmond-Petersburg area and eastern Virginia as well, said Cuccinelli. On the subject for which he may be most well know nationally, the Virginia lawsuit against the Obama administration’s health care bill, Cuccinelli said he expected a ruling from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals soon. “We literally expect a ruling any day,” he said. “At which point the case will go up to the Supreme Court.” Later that same day, a panel of judges on the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the individual mandate part of the federal health care law unconstitutional. Cuccinelli issued a statement praising that decision.


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Local cadet experiences life at sea “I thought I would just be on the Eagle as a guest, like I would mostly watch what was going on,” said Luedecke. “I’m really happy that I get to be involved and do everything like everyone else. It’s not just the fun stuff either like climbing the rigging and setting the sails - I get to experience everything, including working in the scullery [doing dishes] or mess cooking, and I love it.” For Naval Sea Cadet Jackson, his time aboard meant getting an opportunity to be in a real, working, military environment and learning from the Eagle’s knowl-

edgeable permanent crew. “This is an amazing experience,” said Jackson. “In the sea cadets we have a lot of training, but the experience aboard the Eagle is one of the best ones available. The second week I was here, I began the process of getting qualified on the helm, and there’s this wealth of information the crew taught us about everything.” Much like the Eagle is an extension of the Coast Guard’s academic education, it is an extension to youth organizations. Along with the Naval sea cadets, the Eagle hosted cadets from the Sea Scouts, People’s Republic of China, Canada

and France. The ship provides the Coast Guard an opportunity to reach out and connect with those who may, one day, make the service a career. “The sea cadets are aboard so we can share our service, the barque Eagle, our maritime heritage and our love for the sea with a younger generation who is interested in

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Earlier this month, Colby Cooke became the second Goochland kicker in as many weeks to declare his Division I intentions when the rising senior committed to attend Vanderbilt University next year. Cooke’s announcement follows Goochland punter Thomas Meadows’ declaration to attend Purdue University in 2012. Cooke, a first team AllJefferson District place-kicker, will spend one year gray shirting at Vanderbilt,. After that, he’s looking forward to an exciting and fulfilling career in the prestigious Southeastern Conference. “As of now, I will enroll at Vanderbilt for the second semester of the 2012-13 school year,” Cooke said. “I will be able to begin football with spring practice and be ready to start for the 2013 football

season. The Vanderbilt coaches have indicated that it is still not off the table that they have me come in the fall of 2012.” He intends to study business management and marketing at Vanderbilt, and hopes to coach special teams when his college days are completed. This fall Cooke will wrap up a Bulldog career that will certainly highlight his enormous talent and one that he was sure to be flooded with D-I offers. “Even though University of Richmond offered me a full scholarship to kick and punt starting in 2012, I feel Vanderbilt was just a better fit for me.” He chose the prestigious Nashville school because it offered a dual opportunity. “Vanderbilt offers the best of both worlds - I will be part of a team in the SEC (the top college football conference) and will attend a high academic, prestigious college,” Cooke said. “The Commodores made me feel like I was part of their family.” Cooke began his kicking career in Goochland at the

Goochland’s season ends in World Series Goochland’s 17-19 year old Dixie League All-Stars ended their season earlier this month with an appearance at the World Series in Ozark, Alabama. The team exited the double elimination tournament after losing to Alabama state champion Auburn, 6-2. The loss couldn’t detract from a successful season for the team and signals the end of a long relationship for many of the players. Many began playing baseball together at age four or five in T-ball, and the World Series appearance was a special ending for teammates and friends such as

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Earlier this month, Goochland place kicker Colby Cooke became the second Bulldog kicker to make a Division I commitment when he announced he would continue his football career at Vanderbilt University.

suggestion of his uncle who when I was 13 years old (8th junior team and my coach, happened to be his coach. grade). I played football for Mark Plummer, suggested I “I began placekicking the first time for the GYAA placekick for the team,” Cooke said. “He thought it would be cool to have a kicker since no other little league team had one. Well, what can I say, I was hooked!” That dedication led to a string of honors for the Bulldog kicker, including being named to the Times Dispatch All Metro first team and holding the record for the Goochland’s longest filed goal (47 yards). “I have been so lucky to have been part of such a great Photo submitted by Jed King high school football program. Front from left: Gunnar Franko, Cole Nuckols, Andrew Harcum, Dylan Scruggs, John John King, Zac Harlow, Tanner Bradshaw We have great coaches and great support. Coach Fowler and Evan Falconer. Back: Nick Norman, Nathan Bussells, Jeb gives so much to the playAnderson, Cole Ragone, Coach Matt Harcum, Coach Greg

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Tucker Slater, Lonnie Johnson and Landon Oakes who have played summer baseball with each other for more than a decade. All of them will turn 20 this year and will not be eligible for Dixie League competition next year. The team opened play against Paris, Texas and lost 10-3 against the offensive powerhouse and eventual tournament champions. The All-Stars rallied in their second game and defeated Harlow and Coack Jed King. Goochland Dixie Baseball Majors finished as the state runOzark, 12-4. Leonard Oakes managed ner-up. The team lost a close one in the Championship Game 2-1 to Charlotte County. the team. Submitted by Jed King —Jim Ridolphi

ers and I am grateful for his support on and off the field,” Cooke said. Cooke feels the Goochland experience has been totally positive for him, but he views the team’s mission as somewhat unfinished. “As with any athlete, I would love to do better this year than last, and that is my goal. Our team goal is to make it to the playoffs,” he said. The senior has a recurring vision that he just can’t seem to get out of his head. “I like the dream of making it to state. I am really excited about this season and am ready to put that football jersey on and make Goochland proud.”

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Walter Reed visit sets mood for 9/11 weekend at RIR Inspiration a two-way street during NASCAR’s visit among soldiers BY CHARLIE LEFFLER cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

Earlier this month a group of NASCAR personalities converged on Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington D.C. for what has now become an annual visit. NASCAR President Mike Helton joined team owners Richard Childress and Jack Roush as well as Sprint Cup drivers Kurt Bush, David Ragan, Greg Biffle, Matt Kenseth and others to visit wounded soldiers and their families. NASCAR’s visit was a welcome break for servicemen and women undergoing rehabilitation and recuperating from injuries sustained in Afghanistan and Iraq. But while the visitors possessed celebrity status, it was unanimous among the NASCAR cadre that they were not the one’s who should be lauded. “The sanctioning body has created the opportunity for patriots like myself who are in the NASCAR trade and part of the NASCAR community to come up here and express our appreciation for, our thanks for, and getting grounded on really what it means to be an American and realize the sacrifices that are being made by the people serving in the military,” Roush said. “I’m humbled just to the point of my inner strength with what I see and the attitude and the realization of what the sacrifices have been. (To) look at these young people and hear them relate what their ambitions are, what their motivations are for picking up their lives and going forward.” Ragan, driver of the #6 UPS Ford, was making his fourth visit to the hospital. “It’s just an honor to come here and hang

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Earlier this month a group of NASCAR celebrities made, what has now become an annual visit to Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington D.C. Above: US Army Captain Joshua Peyton, left, shakes hands with NASCAR driver Kurt Busch. Peyton was injured in the line of duty while serving in Erdil, Northern Iraq. At right: Team owner Jack Roush talks with reporters during his regular visit to Walter Reed.

out with the men and women that serve in our military and the ones that are injured,” he said. The visit was to provide support for the recuperating soldiers but it was clear the inspiration ran both ways. “It means a tremendous amount to me,” Biffle said. “I’ve been coming here for six years now. It’s inspiring to see all the men and women that have defended our freedoms and our country, to see what they’ve sacrificed.” For Biffle, driver of the #16 3M Ford, the visit to Walter Reed was a quick way to put life into perspective. “You think you’ve had a bad day or a bad week or had a bad finish or something happens and it’s like, ‘Oh man, it’s just terrible’,” he said. “To see what you suffer and what you’ve gone through and to see some of these men and women and what they’ve gone through, they’ve got a lot longer road. Then some of those things become so petty, the things you worry about, when you come and see what these guys have to worry

about.” Making his first visit to Walter Reed, newly named Richmond International Raceway President Dennis Bickmeier was left virtually speechless. “It’s actually hard to put into words,” he said. “To see their spirit and their drive to get better- I’ve never seen anything like that before.” Over the years, NASCAR has shown solid support for the military and Roush believes there is a clear reason why the two have formed such a close bond. “I think that the NASCAR fan and the NASCAR participant and certainly the sanctioning body are among the most patriotic of Americans,” he said. “We appreciate as much as any of our countrymen what the sacrifices are of everybody that serves in the military. They put their private lives aside and their chance for financial wellbeing aside and go off and do this thing.” Among those contributing to that sacrifice was US Army Captain Joshua Peyton. Peyton carefully protected his

right hand as he made his way among the NASCAR celebrities. During a July 10 patrol in Northern Iraq, Peyton nearly lost his hand in the town of Erdil when his vehicle rolled over. He counts himself among the more fortunate soldiers at Walter Reed. Though injured in the line of duty, Peyton also found being at Walter Reed an eye-opening experience. “You’ve got upwards of 35,000 soldiers, 1300 plus amputees. I was very lucky,” he said. “I was an epidermis away from being an amputee myself. So being here puts things in perspective for you.” The South Carolina native grew up a Jeff Gordon fan 45 minutes from Darlington. However, Peyton is not only a fan of NASCAR but a fan of sports in general. From his high school athletic days through lettering in baseball at West Point (1999, 2001) Peyton formed the belief that all of athletics play a vital role in the mental well being of the military and emphasized the importance of

NASCAR’s regular visit to the hospital. “It’s pretty amazing that sports has a way of unifying soldiers,” he said. “It gives everyone a common ground to talk about. “Being involved in the infantry is about the closest thing I can get to sports, except obviously we’re playing for higher stakes,” Peyton said. “But sports, NASCAR, football, NFL- it matters to the soldiers a lot more than the public can probably understand. The sports world stays the same. It doesn’t matter what country you’re in. It doesn’t matter what war you’re fighting. Sports stay. It gives you a sense of home. It’s very important to my soldiers and very important to me.” NASCAR’s visit to Walter Reed also focused attention on the fact that the September 910 races at RIR will fall on the 10th anniversary weekend of 9-11. “We all remember that day like it was yesterday,” Biffle said. “It’s the only thing that’s happened in my life that I know specifically right where I was and what was happening, where I was standing. “That’s certainly on our minds and we know that’s what a lot of this,” he indicated the hospital behind him, “has led from. People trying to attack America, the United States. These guys have gone out and defended us.”

Likewise, the anniversary brings even more attention to Bickmeier’s first race at Richmond. “It’s hard to believe we’re 10 years removed from what touched off a lot of this, what we’re seeing and why we’re here visiting these soldiers and everything,” he said. September 11 changed the world forever and for Roush it also changed the way he signs his name. Since the twin towers fell, Roush has signed thousands of autographs, always adding a USA beneath his signature. “I figured that when the terrorists had taken out the towers, if they want to come back and take out somebody, they can come see me first,” he said.

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bilia gifts for our classmates. and Dance Ministries will Nightly services will begin minister along with guest with prayer and praise 7:30. Henrico High School worship leaders. Revival service begins each Sunday, August 28 Class of ‘70 Reunion. Contact evening at 8 p.m. with Rev. committee for details at henChief Cornerstone Baptist New Line Bapt. Church Dr. Jerome Ross from the ricoclassof70@comcast.net. Church in Goochland 4876 New Line Rd. Gum Providence Bapt. Church, will hold their annual Spring, VA is having its Richmond, Va. Music proGeorge Wythe High Homecoming and Revival School - Class of 1961 50th services beginning at 11 H o m e c o m i n g / R e v i v a l vided by guest choirs each Reunion - at Meadowbrook a.m. followed by lunch and Services Aug. 28 - Sept. 2, night. More info, 556-5506, Country Club. If you have afternoon service at 2 p.m. 2011. Sunday morning 11 556-3332. not been contacted, call 356- Revival services will be held a.m. service with Pastor J. R. 9735 and leave a message and nightly Monday, August 29 Coney. Lunch will be served Wednesday, September 7 someone will contact you. through Wednesday, August at 1:30 p.m. followed by Computer Basics Class at We are still trying to locate 31. Nightly worship service Prayer and Praise at 2:30 p.m. the Goochland Branch Library classmates and we need your begins at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Afternoon service will begin at 6 p.m. Want to learn how to help. You can register online James Pryor from he Mt. at 3 p.m. with guest preach- use a computer? We can help! at GWHSclassof61.com. Vernon Baptist Church is the er Rev. Tommy Fleming, Find out how to do basic tasks This is going to be a fun and guest speaker for the week, Emmaus Bapt. Church, in Microsoft Word and Internet exciting event with memora- and Chief Cornerstone Mime Choir, and Congregation. Explorer. Call 556-4774 or visit

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