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Amos Harrison Ritenour
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Amos H. Ritenour Amos Harrison Ritenour, age 74, of Warren County, Virginia, died Sunday, January 2, 2011, at his residence. Mr. Ritenour was born in 1936, in Clarke County, Virginia, the son of the late Howard Frank and Nathella Pearl Ritenour. He was an employee of the City of Winchester, Refuge Department, retiring after 33 …
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Connie left a message on January 30, 2013:
Uncle Amos, There are so many ways to describe you: you were one-in-a-million, when God made you, he broke the mold, you never met a stranger, etc. You had such a caring, loving heart and that along with your wonderful personality and humor will long be remembered. You touched so many people in such a positive way. We love and miss you. Connie and Phil Davis
Lynwood Athey left a message on January 6, 2011:
Dear Iva, I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Amos. He certainly was a nice person and was very highly regarded and loved by everyone who knew him. I can remember that Phyllis was extremely fond of him. I was sorry I was not able to attend the services last evening. I had every intention of attending the graveside services this morning but something came up which I will explain later. I hope to talk with you and visit you soon. Please extend our sympathy to your son and grandchildren. With warm regards, Lynwood Athey and Family
Jean Patton left a message on January 5, 2011:
The flea market will never be the same
Jeffrey and Annette Smith left a message on January 5, 2011:
I've known Amos my entire life. I grew up just a half mile from where he lived. I went to school with his children. He will really be missed because he was a super nice person that would do anything for anyone.
Connie and Phil Davis left a message on January 4, 2011:
Uncle Amos, There are so many ways to describe you: you were one-in-a-million, when God made you, he broke the mold, you never met a stranger, etc. You had such a caring, loving heart and that along with your wonderful personality and humor will long be remembered. You touched so many people in such a positive way. We love and miss you. Connie and Phil Davis
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Connie and Phil Davis left a message on January 4, 2011:
In honor of Amos Harrison Ritenour, Connie and Phil Davis lit a candle.
Mary Ritenour and Stacci Ritenour left a message on January 4, 2011:
In honor of Amos Harrison Ritenour, Mary Ritenour and Stacci Ritenour lit a candle.
Mary C. Ritenour, Sandra & Stacci Ritenour left a message on January 4, 2011:
In honor of Amos Harrison Ritenour, Mary C. Ritenour, Sandra & Stacci Ritenour lit a candle.
Roberta Varner left a message on January 3, 2011:
In honor of Amos Harrison Ritenour, Roberta Varner lit a candle.
Lynwood left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Iva, I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Amos. He certainly was a nice person and was very highly regarded and loved by everyone who knew him. I can remember that Phyllis was extremely fond of him. I was sorry I was not able to attend the services last evening. I had every intention of attending the graveside services this morning but something came up which I will explain later. I hope to talk with you and visit you soon. Please extend our sympathy to your son and grandchildren. With warm regards, Lynwood Athey and Family
Jean left a message on January 30, 2013:
The flea market will never be the same
Jeffrey left a message on January 30, 2013:
I've known Amos my entire life. I grew up just a half mile from where he lived. I went to school with his children. He will really be missed because he was a super nice person that would do anything for anyone.
Allen Barley left a message on February 9, 2011:
In honor of Amos Harrison Ritenour, Allen Barley lit a candle.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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