Senator Mark Obenshain (R-Harrisonburg)

Photo of Mark Obenshain
Party
Republican
District
26: Harrisonburg City (All), Page County (All), Rappahannock County (All), Shenandoah County (All), Warren County (All), Rockingham County (Part) [map]
Took Office
January 2004
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Privileges and Elections
Website
markobenshain.com
Copatroning Habits
66% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 75% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 58% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
30% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$68,132.75 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Bio

Attorney with Lenhart Obenshain PC. Senate Republican party whip, sharing the duty with Sen. Frank Wagner. Holds degrees from Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. His father, Richard D. Obenshain, was a major political figure in Virginia throughout the 60s and 70s. His sister, Kate Obenshain Griffin, chaired the Republican Party of Virginia from 2004-6. He is married with two children.

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Recent Mentions in the Media

Roanoke Times: Groups say photo ID laws tilt votes

October 21, 2014
WASHINGTON ? Voting rights groups are worried that Virginia's new voter ID law, which will require people to show a photo ID to vote, will disenfranchise some in next month's midterm elections. ?There are so many cases where voters who have every ...

FRONTLINE: Why Voter ID Laws Aren't Really about Fraud

October 20, 2014
Why Voter ID Laws Aren't Really about FraudBut neither of those would be prevented by voter ID laws, either.) Mark Obenshain, a Republican Virginia state senator who was the primary sponsor of his state's voter ID law, said that lawmakers tried to balance improving security with maintaining ...and more »

WKBT La Crosse: 2013 Election Breakdown

October 17, 2014
Virginia lieutenant governor, State Sen. Ralph Northam is the favorite to win. 2.) Democratic state Sen. Mark Herring and Republican state Sen. Mark Obenshain are running for Virginia attorney general. - State Legislatures: (State House Only) The GOP ...and more »

Delmarva Public Radio: Fears Over Impact of Voter ID Law in Virginia

October 22, 2014
WASHINGTON (AP) - Voting rights groups are worried that Virginia's new voter ID law will disenfranchise some Virginians in next month's midterm elections. Anne Sterling, president of the League of Women Voters of Virginia, says that rural, poor and ...

Richmond Times-Dispatch: Schapiro: Senate race gets interesting, but don't hold your breath

October 14, 2014
Schapiro: Senate race gets interesting, but don't hold your breathRepublican candidate Ed Gillespie, left, and U. S. Sen. Mark Warner during the ... That would strengthen him for a possible gubernatorial run in 2017, though it's not clear he'd take on his pal Mark Obenshain for the GOP nomination. Still, a squeaker ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Mark Obenshain’s remarks on the floor of the Senate since . There are 437 video clips in all.

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Bills

  • SB453: Human trafficking; penalties.
  • SB454: Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; amends to add solicitation of prostitution.
  • SB455: Emergency custody orders; duration, extension.
  • SB456: Voting equipment; technical amendments to reflect updates in equipment technology.
  • SB457: Charter schools; participation of personnel in Virginia Retirement System.
  • SB473: Foreign judgments; Uniform Foreign Country Money-Judgments Recognition Act.
  • SB501: Conditions of release on bond; no contact provision.
  • SB578: Permits and approvals, certain; damages for unconstitutional grant or denial by locality.
  • SB594: Controlled substance analogs; regulation by Board of Pharmacy, synthetic cannabinoids, penalties.
  • SB654: Criminal Justice Services, Department of; human trafficking policy.
  • SB655: Involuntary commitment; appeal of order.
  • SJ65: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • SJ66: Constitutional amendment; grants Board of Education authority to establish charter schools.
  • SJ67: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ68: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ70: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ107: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ212: Celebrating the life of George Walker Patteson.
  • SJ5009: Celebrating the life of Richard Allen Claybrook, Sr.
  • SB247: Child support; DCE to withhold payments from prisoners who maintain job within Department.
  • SB439: Medical Fraud Control Unit; Attorney General to appoint investigators.
  • SB934: Charter schools, public; allowed to designate whether employees will participate in VRS.
  • SB935: Public schools; change to teacher contracts and evaluation policies.
  • SB938: Multijurisdiction grand jury; additional criminal violations that may investigate.
  • SB957: Electoral boards; meetings.
  • SB958: Voter registration; final day of registration and mail registration application.
  • SB982: Medical reports or records; method for introducing into evidence in general district court.
  • SB983: Expert witnesses; literature designations.
  • SB984: Settlement payment; notification by insurer required.
  • SB985: G. Richard Thompson Wildlife Management Area; conveyance of certain land to Warren County.
  • SB1028: Child support; confidentiality of guidelines worksheets in mediated agreements.
  • SB1072: Elections; electronic pollbooks, photographs.
  • SB1073: Attorney; fees in certain land use cases.
  • SB1074: Student organizations; religious or political organizations may determine core functions, etc.
  • SB1077: Registered voters; citizenship, SAVE Program.
  • SB1173: Computer trespass; penalty.
  • SB1174: Computer crimes; prohibits use of an electronic device to commit.
  • SB1256: Voter identification requirements; photo ID required at polls, application for absentee ballot.
  • SB1292: Human trafficking hotline; posted notices.
  • SB1321: General fund balance; assignment of fund surplus to Transportation Trust Fund at end of fiscal year.
  • SB1335: Concealed handgun permits; confidentiality of permittee information.
  • SB1348: Criminal judgment; appeal based on erroneously admitted evidence.
  • SJ2: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • SJ17: Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools.
  • SJ275: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • SJ302: Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools.
  • SJ322: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ323: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ324: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ381: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ382: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ393: Celebrating the life of Rebecca Beall Jackson Graves.
  • SJ394: Celebrating the life of Henry Clay Clark.
  • SJ397: Celebrating the life of Iva Mary Hopkins.
  • SJ409: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ426: Celebrating the life of John H. Smedley, Sr.
  • SJ432: Celebrating the life of Robert James Sullivan, Jr.
  • SJ433: Celebrating the life of Robert Earl Wetsel.
  • SR29: Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election.
  • SB55: Voter identification requirements; revises list of items a voter may show to prove identification.
  • SB56: Elections; party identification on ballots in local elections.
  • SB57: Absentee voting; applications shall be processed 5 days after person registers to vote, exceptions.
  • SB58: Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty.
  • SB59: Injunctions; requirement for bond.
  • SB60: Divorce; failure to respond by defendant.
  • SB158: Admission to bail; notice to State attorney.
  • SB159: Drug trafficking; 3 years shall be mandatory minimum term of imprisonment for subsequent offense.
  • SB240: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (voter referendum).
  • SB241: Tax credits; businesses providing assistance to low-income families, etc., in private schools.
  • SB242: Public procurement; state agency agreements with labor organizations.
  • SB243: Charter schools, public; allowed to choose whether its employees will participate in VRS, etc.
  • SB244: Primary elections; adds party affiliation to information an applicant to provide when registering.
  • SB245: Emergency Services and Disaster Law; constitutional rights of citizens to keep & bear arms.
  • SB246: Winter Sports Safety Act; limits liability of ski resorts and other winter sports area operators.
  • SB247: Child support; DCE to withhold payments from prisoners who maintain job within Department.
  • SB248: Employers of domestic service individuals; reporting and paying unemployment insurance taxes.
  • SB249: Marriage ceremonies; performance by a minister commissioned to pastoral ministry.
  • SB250: Small, women-owned, and minority-owned businesses; enhancement or remedial measures.
  • SB251: Circuit court clerks; fees charged and collected.
  • SB436: Sex crimes; penalties.
  • SB437: Eminent domain; definitions of lost access and lost profits, determining compensation.
  • SB438: Public schools; teacher contract and evaluation policies.
  • SB439: Medical Fraud Control Unit; Attorney General to appoint investigators.
  • SB440: Charter schools, public; funding and service contracts.
  • SB441: Line of Duty Act; expeditious payment for burial expense for person whose death is in line of duty.
  • SB442: Onsite sewage systems; design and inspection.
  • SB541: Auxiliary police forces; Department of Criminal Justice Services to establish training requirements.
  • SB561: Garnishment, previous; allows costs incurred by judgment creditor are chargeable to judgment debtor.
  • SB574: Forfeited drug assets; redirection of assets to construction of Public Safety Memorial.
  • SB636: Senate Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries.
  • SB637: Virginia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; created, penalty.
  • SJ2: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds (first reference).
  • SJ3: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference).
  • SJ17: Constitutional amendment; Board of Education authorized to establish charter schools.
  • SJ97: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ98: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ99: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ125: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ129: Breast Cancer Awareness Day; designating as February 14, 2012.
  • SJ201: Governor; confirming appointments.
  • SJ207: Celebrating the life of Andrea Lynch Lohr.
  • SJ208: Celebrating the life of Cassandra Olson Scholte.
  • SJ209: Commending the Town of Luray.
  • SJ218: Celebrating the life of John Boyd Noftsinger, Jr., Ed.D.
  • SJ219: Commending the Page County High School baseball team.
  • SJ220: Celebrating the life of Donald Douglas Litten.
  • SJ221: Commending the Sunnyside Presbyterian Retirement Home.
  • SJ222: Commending the East Rockingham High School girls tennis team.
  • SB806: Expert witnesses; literature designations.
  • SB807: Commercial vehicles; person required to register with Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry.
  • SB808: Elections; voter identification requirements, absentee voting eligibility and procedures.
  • SB809: Attorney liability to client; removes language from statute authorizing malpractice actions, etc.
  • SB810: Accreditation of schools; delayed implementation of certain statutes and regulations.
  • SB811: License plates, special; issuance to those bearing national motto: IN GOD WE TRUST.
  • SB1194: Income tax, corporate; tax credits for donations to nonprofit organizations providing scholarships.
  • SB1195: Illegal gambling; amends definition.
  • SB1196: Voter registration system; State Board of Elections may share voter information with other states.
  • SB1197: DNA data bank; modifies entities to which Department of Forensic Science may release information.
  • SB1198: Communications intercepts; broadens court jurisdiction of order sought by Attorney General.
  • SB1199: Victims of domestic violence; expands Address Confidentiality Program to all jurisdictions in State.
  • SB1200: Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty.
  • SB1201: Medicaid; JLARC to study feasibility, etc., of withdrawal in favor of state-run program.
  • SB1202: Health benefits exchanges; abortion coverage not permitted.
  • SB1203: Primary elections; political party shall pay costs.
  • SB1204: Cash proffers; allows an award of fees, etc., to prevailing party when contesting certain actions.
  • SB1205: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for sales of nongraded U.S. gold or silver bullion coins.
  • SB1206: Traffic impact analysis; removes certain requirements.
  • SB1207: Unborn children; constitutionally guaranteed rights.
  • SB1208: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; court order plea.
  • SB1209: Personal jurisdiction or defective process; waiver of objection.
  • SB1210: Motor fuel inspection; affixation of decal showing state and federal taxes.
  • SB1272: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores.
  • SB1273: Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; small, women-owned, and minority-owned businesses.
  • SB1274: Court records; secure remote access restrictions do not apply to secure access by attorneys, etc.
  • SB1275: Sexually violent predators; procedure for rescission of respondent's refusal for examination.
  • SB1277: Onsite treatment works; Department of Health oversight of requirements for review.
  • SB1320: Charter schools; allows employees to choose whether to participate in Virginia Retirement System.
  • SB1403: Income tax, corporate; eliminates State's tax for taxable years beginning January 1, 2011.
  • SB1417: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of government stores.
  • SB1430: Motor vehicle insurance; premiums based on credit information.
  • SB1441: Impaired waters; requires plan developed and implemented to restore waters be controlling.
  • SJ27: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference).
  • SJ307: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference).
  • SJ353: Constitutional amendment; Transportation Funds.
  • SJ354: State employee compensation; JLARC to study salary structure and pay.
  • SJ360: Constitutional amendment; establishment of charter schools (first reference).
  • SJ412: Celebrating the life of Jason Allen Long.
  • SJ413: Celebrating the life of Specialist Brian Michael Anderson, United States Army.
  • SJ414: Commending Donald J. Ford.
  • SJ427: Commending the Town of Strasburg on the occasion of its 250th anniversary.
  • SJ445: Celebrating the life of Henry Theodore Northcott Graves.
  • SJ446: Celebrating the life of Fred H. Scott.
  • SJ476: Celebrating the life of Wilbur Coleman Allen.
  • SJ488: Celebrating the life of Gerald Marshall Cubbage.
  • SJ503: Celebrating the life of Mary Alice Burch.
  • SB7: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof.
  • SB132: Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases distribution to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • SB133: Nonprofit education organization; tax credit for business donations that provide educational funds.
  • SB134: Absentee voting eligibility and procedures; voter identification requirements.
  • SB135: Public schools; school divisions shall not be required to purchase new textbooks until 2011-2012.
  • SB136: License plates, special; issuance to those bearing legend: IN GOD WE TRUST.
  • SB137: Lists of registered voters; disclosure to commissioners of the revenue and treasurers.
  • SB351: Transportation programs; performance audit by Secretary of Transportation, report.
  • SB352: Schools; delayed implementation of statutes and regulations upon which accreditation is based.
  • SB353: Public schools; redirecting of class size reduction funds.
  • SB354: No Child Left Behind Act; school divisions shall administer limited English proficiency assessment.
  • SB355: Short-term rental property; shall classify as a separate classification of merchants' capital.
  • SB356: Child visitation; court may order ignition interlock system installed on vehicle of certain parents.
  • SB382: Jury panel; disclosure to counsel thereof within three business days.
  • SB383: Claims against county; attorney of county shall notify claimant by certified mail of date.
  • SB384: Attorney-client privilege and work product protection; limitations on waivers.
  • SB385: Affidavits; admissibility as evidence by government official regarding search of government records.
  • SB386: Motor fuel or lubricating oils; admission into evidence of certificates of analysis.
  • SB387: Certificates of analysis; two-way video conferencing in criminal cases.
  • SB388: Consumer protection law; transfers investigative & consumer complaint to Office of Attorney General.
  • SB443: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores.
  • SB632: Cash proffers; delays collection or acceptance by locality until completion of final inspection.
  • SB690: Voter registration drives; definition, payment or receipt of compensation for circulating petitions.
  • SB691: Minority Business Enterprise, Department of; enhancement measures for small, etc., businesses.
  • SJ27: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference).
  • SJ239: Commending Phillip C. Stone.
  • SJ268: Celebrating the life of Ralph H. Dean.
  • SB543: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools licensed by Department of Education.
  • SB555: Auditor of Public Accounts; auditing services.
  • SB558: Vehicle weight limit statutes; enforcement by local law-enforcement agencies.
  • SB958: Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act; created.
  • SB959: Fraudulent conveyances; attorney fees.
  • SB960: Credit cards; clarifies language allowing acceptance thereof by clerks to make it clear.
  • SB961: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof, penalty.
  • SB962: Fetal deaths; when occurs without medical attendance, mother, etc., must report within 24 hours.
  • SB963: Elections; voter identification requirements, absentee voting eligibility and procedures.
  • SB1218: Juveniles; transmission of probation and parole reports to school superintendent.
  • SB1219: Noose; hanging thereof on property of another or in public place with intent to intimidate, felony.
  • SB1220: Securities Act; sale of business doctrine.
  • SB1221: Businesses; tax credits for donations to nonprofit organizations providing educational funding.
  • SB1222: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for nonprofit entities.
  • SB1223: Corrections, Department of; powers and duties of Director.
  • SB1275: Privileged communications; provides communications between physicians and patients thereof.
  • SB1542: Alcoholic beverage control; privatization of ABC stores.
  • SJ88: Constitutional amendment; establishes limitations on takings of private property.
  • SJ290: Constitutional amendment; establishes limitations on takings of private property.
  • SJ348: Abandoned property; Department of Treasury to study reporting and remittance requirements.
  • SJ396: Global warming and energy problems; recognizing need to utilize scientific principles to address.
  • SJ400: Celebrating the life of Edgar Hall Bartley, Jr.
  • SR30: Commending the Town of Shenandoah on the occasion of its 125th anniversary.
  • SB538: Higher educational institutions; first warning and emergency notification system required.
  • SB539: Higher educational institutions; board of visitors, etc. to establish violence prevention committee.
  • SB540: Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN); protective order information sent thereto, expiration.
  • SB541: Electrical transmission lines; State Corporation Commission review.
  • SB542: Public schools; abortion services prohibited.
  • SB543: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for non-profit schools licensed by Department of Education.
  • SB554: Elections; voter identification requirements.
  • SB555: Auditor of Public Accounts; auditing services.
  • SB556: Reckless driving; violation of right-of-way resulting in death of another.
  • SB557: Students, first-time; preadmission physical examinations.
  • SB558: Vehicle weight limit statutes; enforcement by local law-enforcement agencies.
  • SB559: Composite index, local; number of students.
  • SB560: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof.
  • SB561: Community foundations; added to list of organizations that may receive contributions of tax refunds.
  • SB562: Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof, penalty.
  • SB563: Civil cases; time limit for those held under advisement.
  • SB564: Support cases; appeal bonds.
  • SB565: Motor vehicle equity loans; caps interest thereon.
  • SB566: Circuit and district courts; withdrawal of appeals.
  • SB753: Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstates.
  • SB754: Public-Private Transportation Act; prohibits private entity from imposing tolls on Interstate 81.
  • SB782: Illegal aliens; corporate existence terminated involuntarily for employing.
  • SB800: State lottery revenues; transferred to Lottery Proceeds Fund for payment to counties, cities, etc.
  • SJ84: Celebrating the life of Emily Weese Purdy.
  • SJ85: Celebrating the life of Francis Bell, Jr.
  • SJ86: Celebrating the life of Emily Jane Hilscher.
  • SJ87: Celebrating the life of John Neff Neese.
  • SJ88: Constitutional amendment; defines term public uses & specifies which private property may be taken.
  • SJ89: Unclaimed Property Act; Department of Treasury to study reporting requirements established by State.
  • SJ209: Celebrating the life of Nelson Showalter Gardner.
  • SJ240: Commending Nielsen Builders, Inc., on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • SB331: Income taxes, state; establishes pilot program for refundable tax credits for tuition & textbooks.
  • SB332: Traffic offenses; additional penalties for certain violations.
  • SB333: Circuit courts; rules and procedures for tax cases.
  • SB338: Civil proceedings; privileged communications with professionals; .
  • SB340: Circuit court; standardizes removal of certain cases from district court to circuit court.
  • SB346: Highways; payments to Town of Broadway for maintenance, construction, or reconstruction thereof.
  • SB347: Motorcycles; emergency lights on those used by law enforcement.
  • SB906: Massanutten Military Academy; officers recognized as part of unorganized State militia.
  • SB907: Charter; Town of Timberville.
  • SB908: Libraries; state funded shall have technology protection measures against Internet restrictions.
  • SB909: Violation of right-of-way; guilty of reckless driving if cause death of another.
  • SB910: Alcoholic beverage control; definition of public place.
  • SB911: Nonsuits; notice required, dismissal of actions thereby.
  • SB912: Witness, contradiction of; extrajudicial statement.
  • SB913: Notice of claim; certain requirements for lawsuit against government entity.
  • SB1096: Eminent domain; definition of public uses.
  • SB1232: School boards; referendum for election of chairman in Page County.
  • SB1233: Assault and battery; adds conservators of the peace to definition in statute.
  • SB1234: Methamphetamine; manufacturing, selling, giving, and distributing thereof.
  • SB1235: Attorneys-in-fact; challenges thereto after death of principal.
  • SB1236: Juvenile offenses; judge may impose all penalties allowable by law therefor.
  • SB1237: Protective orders; increases penalty for second offense for violation thereof.
  • SB1238: Non-resident taxpayers; withholding tax paid by pass-through entities.
  • SB1239: Child pornography; seizure and forfeiture of equipment.
  • SB1288: Triggerman rule; redefinition thereof.
  • SB1357: Administrative subpoena; issued for records of electronic communication service, etc.
  • SB1378: Contracts; Director of Corrections to approve or deny community-based residential services.
  • SJ355: Commending Karl Stoltzfus.
  • SJ356: Celebrating the life of Harold Nelson Wood.
  • SJ357: Commending the Shenandoah Volunteer Fire Company on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • SJ382: Supreme Court of Virginia; Crime Commission to study efficiency of summons form published thereby.
  • SJ391: Commending Marshall A. Robinson.
  • SJ429: Celebrating the life of Judge Perry Wilson Sarver, Sr.
  • SJ430: Celebrating the life of John L. Heatwole.
  • SJ494: Celebrating the life of William A. Truban.
  • SJ528: Celebrating the life of Louis Rowe.
  • SB331: Income taxes, state; establishes pilot program for refundable tax credits for tuition & textbooks.
  • SB332: Traffic offenses; additional penalties for certain violations.
  • SB333: Circuit courts; rules and procedures for tax cases.
  • SB334: Public libraries; technology protection measures.
  • SB335: Methamphetamine; modification of sentencing guidelines.
  • SB336: Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities.
  • SB337: School board; referendum in Page County on question whether chairman should be elected at large.
  • SB338: Civil proceedings; privileged communications with professionals; .
  • SB339: Attorney-issued subpoenas; requires a sheriff to serve.
  • SB340: Circuit court; standardizes removal of certain cases from district court to circuit court.
  • SB341: Jurisdiction of corporate authorities of cities and towns; traffic cases included in offenses.
  • SB342: School board; referendum in Page County on question of whether should be elected biennially.
  • SB343: Jails, regional; exempts certain counties from funding limitation.
  • SB344: Gangs; person on probation prohibited from any contact.
  • SB345: False identification cards; used for establishing residency, penalty.
  • SB346: Highways; payments to Town of Broadway for maintenance, construction, or reconstruction thereof.
  • SB347: Motorcycles; emergency lights on those used by law enforcement.
  • SB672: Compulsory school attendance; truancy and chronic tardiness.
  • SB691: Adoption; prohibited to sexually violent offenders.
  • SJ85: Civilian Conservation Corps Day.
  • SJ230: Celebrating the life of Bonnie Neff Hoover.
  • SJ231: Celebrating the life of Frances Ann Minor Litten.
  • SJ232: Celebrating the life of Barry Daniel Murphy.
  • SJ233: Celebrating the life of Homer Allen Long, Jr..
  • SJ254: Celebrating the lives of Richard Alan Dunnand and Daniel Richard Dunn.
  • SJ255: Celebrating the life of Walter R. Trobaugh Jr.
  • SJ256: Celebrating the life of Julia Carpenter Stickley.
  • SJ257: Celebrating the life of James Maxwell Bays.
  • SJ5017: Commending Kristi Toliver.