Edward Gulager Fenwick Jr.
Published in The Washington Post on May 18, 2010

EDWARD GULAGER FENWICK, JR. (Age 83) Of Virginia Beach, passed away May
16, 2010 in Virginia Beach General Hospital.

Born February 22, 1927 in Washington DC, he attended Swanee Military Academy for
two years, then graduated from
Western High School in D.C. in 1946. He got his B.A.
in History from University of VA., got his Masters in Foreign Affairs from American
University and his Law Degree from George Washington University.

Ed served briefly in the Navy during WWII. He practiced law at Mason, Fenwick and
Lawrence which his father had founded. Ed practiced trademark, copyright and patent
law in Washington until his retirement.

He was a member of Baylake United Methodist Church, the Rotary Club in Arlington, VA
and was a trustee for Christ Crossman United Methodist Church in Arlington, VA.

Ed, affectionately known as "Bucky" loved to read and was a walking encyclopedia of
historical facts. In his younger years, Bucky loved to fish and enjoy time in Rehoboth
Beach, Delaware.

His Church and family were integral parts of his life. He will be missed by all who knew
him. May he rest in peace.

Ed was predeceased by his beloved wife, Dorothea Vanderslice Fenwick and is
survived by two brother-in-laws, Samuel P. Vanderslice III and wife Kathy of Elizabeth
City, NC and Frank Myers of Manassas, VA and relatives, Cathy Combs and husband
Michael of Virginia Beach, Margie Turner and husband Larry of Crowley, TX, Samuel P.
Vanderslice IV and wife Latricia of Virginia Beach, Jennifer Davis of Elizabeth City, NC,
Janice Kent, Kris Jameson of Charlotte, NC, Bryan Lipscomb and wife Lisa and a host of
other nieces and nephews who loved him dearly.

A funeral service will be conducted Tuesday, May 18 at 11 a.m. at Baylake United
Methodist Church with Rev. Burt Brooks officiating. A graveside service will be held
Thursday at 1 p.m. at Oakwood Cemetery in Arlington, VA with Rev. Mochel Morris
officiating.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society . Hollomon-Brown
Funeral Home Great Neck Chapel is handling the arrangements.

Condolences may be offered to the family at
www.hollomon-brown.com

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