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Richard Lewis Wilbur

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Richard Lewis Wilbur

Birth
Waynesboro, Waynesboro City, Virginia, USA
Death
14 Apr 2020 (aged 61)
Waynesboro, Waynesboro City, Virginia, USA
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Richard Lewis Wilbur of Waynesboro passed away at his residence on April 14, 2020. He was born on January 11, 1959 to the late Robert and Martha Wilbur of Waynesboro, VA.

Richard graduated from Waynesboro High School in 1977 and Blue Ridge Community College in 1992 with an AAS degree in accounting. His career began as a high school student doing photography and working in the Louis Spellman Auditorium. He managed retail store for King Photo Supply and Radio Shack. He spent many wonderful years working at Wintergreen Resort in their accounting department and as a member of their conference team as Director of Event Technology for Presentation Services. Rich ended his career as the Director of Event Technology at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel. He served on the Waynesboro Youth Commission and the Cultural Commission. He was a member (EMT) of Waynesboro First Aid Crew and served on the Board of Governor’s of Virginia Volunteer Rescue Squads. Rich was a member of the Waynesboro Jaycees, the United States Jaycees, and Junior Chamber International. He was Col.#112 in the Corp of Virginia Gentleman, A Live Member of the Virginia Jaycees, an Ambassador to the U.S. Jaycees, and JCI Senator #46539. Rich was honored to be named Waynesboro’s Outstanding Young Citizen for 1985.

Rich was a dedicated member of the Shenandoah Valley Head Start Policy Council. He served on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Head Start Assoc., and a member of the Region 3 advisory panel. He also served on the board of CAPSAW.

Rich is survived by his first wife, Terri Pickett Jenkins (Bob), their son Robert Lacy Wilbur (Kim) and his 3 grandchildren Mason, Hailey, and Haden; His second wife, Shari Amber Wilbur; his third wife, Debbie Trent Palmer (Ed); and his fourth wife Julia Fay Ariel Gienger and his two step-daughters Amanda and Faith Powell; one sister Nancy Sexton (Lee) of Greeneville, TN; a brother Henry M. Wilbur (Beckie) of Charlottesville, VA; and Frederick C. Wilbur (Liz) of Lovingston, VA.

McDow Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations can be made in Rich’s memory to the following charity: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with the registration number 54-0505888.
Richard Lewis Wilbur of Waynesboro passed away at his residence on April 14, 2020. He was born on January 11, 1959 to the late Robert and Martha Wilbur of Waynesboro, VA.

Richard graduated from Waynesboro High School in 1977 and Blue Ridge Community College in 1992 with an AAS degree in accounting. His career began as a high school student doing photography and working in the Louis Spellman Auditorium. He managed retail store for King Photo Supply and Radio Shack. He spent many wonderful years working at Wintergreen Resort in their accounting department and as a member of their conference team as Director of Event Technology for Presentation Services. Rich ended his career as the Director of Event Technology at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel. He served on the Waynesboro Youth Commission and the Cultural Commission. He was a member (EMT) of Waynesboro First Aid Crew and served on the Board of Governor’s of Virginia Volunteer Rescue Squads. Rich was a member of the Waynesboro Jaycees, the United States Jaycees, and Junior Chamber International. He was Col.#112 in the Corp of Virginia Gentleman, A Live Member of the Virginia Jaycees, an Ambassador to the U.S. Jaycees, and JCI Senator #46539. Rich was honored to be named Waynesboro’s Outstanding Young Citizen for 1985.

Rich was a dedicated member of the Shenandoah Valley Head Start Policy Council. He served on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Head Start Assoc., and a member of the Region 3 advisory panel. He also served on the board of CAPSAW.

Rich is survived by his first wife, Terri Pickett Jenkins (Bob), their son Robert Lacy Wilbur (Kim) and his 3 grandchildren Mason, Hailey, and Haden; His second wife, Shari Amber Wilbur; his third wife, Debbie Trent Palmer (Ed); and his fourth wife Julia Fay Ariel Gienger and his two step-daughters Amanda and Faith Powell; one sister Nancy Sexton (Lee) of Greeneville, TN; a brother Henry M. Wilbur (Beckie) of Charlottesville, VA; and Frederick C. Wilbur (Liz) of Lovingston, VA.

McDow Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations can be made in Rich’s memory to the following charity: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with the registration number 54-0505888.


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