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Henry Hudson Whiting
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Henry Hudson Whiting Justice Henry Hudson Whiting, 89, of Frederick County, Virginia, died peacefully on Monday, September 17, 2012. Justice Whiting was born July 20, 1923 in Colorado and was the son of the late Lt. Col. Edgar Mason Whiting and Helen Hudson Whiting. In 1934, his family moved to Winchester, Virginia, and Justice Whiting …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Justice Whiting, lawyer Whiting. citizen Whiting, a wonderful human being that my mother and I knew for a liftetime.This reticient and good man who wore a number of hats during his giving lifetime. We thank him also for his military service. He was active in many arenas. He was also gifted in the legal profession and loved riding a bicycle and had a smile for everyone he met. He loved Winchester and the Shenandoah Valley. Thank you Justice Whiting for contributing so much to our beloved Winchester and to the Commonwealth of Virginia and for being a family man too. J. Benjamin Dick, attorney, Charlottesville, Virginia.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I was saddened to learn of Henry's passing. it was my privilege to know him professionally as a lawyer, circuit judge colleague, Virginia Supreme Court Justice, and as a friend. During all this time, he was truly one of the giants of our profession, but also a warm and engaging human being. He will certainly be missed by many who knew him. The family is in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sincerely yours, William Shore Robertson, Warrenton, VA
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Brian and John, I am so sorry to hear of your father's passing. Your Dad was such a strong, positive and happy man. I remember him somehow being able to deal gracefully with us as teens when we weren't that easy to deal with. I would have been considered a rather difficult teen by most standards. I probably didn't deserve such good treatment from anybody but especially from a man who was very accomplished and respected. Why in the world would a man such as this be interested in or tolerate me? I don't remember your Dad ever raising his voice to command respect, he had a more subtle and effective route. Your Dad always had a smile and warm greeting. These little things really stuck with me over the years and many times I've thought about him and how kind he was to me and how wise he was. He will truly be missed. Sincerely, Jeff Smith
James Benjamin Dick left a message on September 19, 2012:
Justice Whiting, lawyer Whiting. citizen Whiting, a wonderful human being that my mother and I knew for a liftetime.This reticient and good man who wore a number of hats during his giving lifetime. We thank him also for his military service. He was active in many arenas. He was also gifted in the legal profession and loved riding a bicycle and had a smile for everyone he met. He loved Winchester and the Shenandoah Valley. Thank you Justice Whiting for contributing so much to our beloved Winchester and to the Commonwealth of Virginia and for being a family man too. J. Benjamin Dick, attorney, Charlottesville, Virginia.
William Shore Robertson left a message on September 19, 2012:
I was saddened to learn of Henry's passing. it was my privilege to know him professionally as a lawyer, circuit judge colleague, Virginia Supreme Court Justice, and as a friend. During all this time, he was truly one of the giants of our profession, but also a warm and engaging human being. He will certainly be missed by many who knew him. The family is in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sincerely yours, William Shore Robertson, Warrenton, VA
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Robert Cooley left a message on September 19, 2012:
In honor of Henry Hudson Whiting, Robert Cooley lit a candle.
Jeff Smith left a message on September 20, 2012:
Brian and John, I am so sorry to hear of your father's passing. Your Dad was such a strong, positive and happy man. I remember him somehow being able to deal gracefully with us as teens when we weren't that easy to deal with. I would have been considered a rather difficult teen by most standards. I probably didn't deserve such good treatment from anybody but especially from a man who was very accomplished and respected. Why in the world would a man such as this be interested in or tolerate me? I don't remember your Dad ever raising his voice to command respect, he had a more subtle and effective route. Your Dad always had a smile and warm greeting. These little things really stuck with me over the years and many times I've thought about him and how kind he was to me and how wise he was. He will truly be missed. Sincerely, Jeff Smith
Robbie Golightly left a message on September 21, 2012:
In honor of Henry Hudson Whiting, Robbie Golightly lit a candle.
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