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Contributed by Richard J. Fickling, AWCS (NAC) USNR Retired p3css1@aol.com

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Memorial Picture Iven Martin Cole, CDR, USNR (Retired) and an American Airlines Captain, passwed away suddently at his residence, "Journey's End" in Powhatan August 21, 2001. He was a navy veteran assigned as a P-3 "Orion" pilot in the Pacific. He was a member of Navy Reserve Squadron VP-68 and retired with twenty-one years service. He was a Super 80 Captain with twenty-three years of service with American Airlines. Iven was a member of the American Legion, Fleet Reserve Associaton, VP-68 Alumni Association, TailHook Association, Powhatan Moose Lodge #1840, Virginia Student Aid Foundation, Virginia Alumni Association, and a life long member of the St. Luke's Episcopal Church and a member of the Vestry and served as Sr. Warden for one term. Anyone wanting to remember Iven, pleae make contributions to the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, 245 Huguenot Trail Road, Powhatan, VA. VP-68 Alumni Association Newsletter [23SEP2001]


Memorial Picture [Paul J. Randolph] Daily Press, Sunday, January 14, 2001. Any questions, please contact Dick Fickling at p3css1@aol.com "Paul J. Randolph YORKTOWN Paul J. Randolph crossed over Friday, Jan. 12, 2001, peacefully in his sleep, at home. Born in Bay St. Louis, Miss., on Oct. 15, 1950, he had been a Peninsula resident since 1963. Paul retired from the US Navy after 26 years of service. He was an independent distributor for Home Interiors and Gifts and attended First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Newport News. Paul was a 1968 graduate of Newport News High School, attended Christopher Newport University, president of VP-68 Association, a member of the American Legion, and Fleet Reserve Association. Survivors include his wife, Janice T. Randolph; two daughters, Kimberly Maltos of San Antonio, Texas, and Ashleigh Randolph of the home; three sons, Kurt Taskey of Yorktown, James P. Randolph of Germany, and Troy Taskey of Yorktown; his mother, Shelley Randolph of Newport News; his father, Jim Randolph of Biloxi, Miss.; two sisters, Nancy Wilson of Yorktown and Sandra Miller of Yorktown; two brothers, James F. Randolph of Newport News and David A. Randolph of St. Louis, Mo.; five grandchildren, Nicholas Maltos, Brandon Randolph, Ryan Randolph, Michele Taskey, and Alyssa Maltos; and a plethora of loving nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, at Peninsula Funeral Home. A graveside service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Parklawn Memorial Park, by readers Shelley Randolph and Rick Fuller. In keeping with Paul's generosity to others, contributions may be made to your favorite charity. Contributed by AWCS Richard Fickling, USNR Ret. p3css1@aol.com [17JAN2001]


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