Richard W. Moneymaker
Age 75, an Arlington County physician for 43 years, died Saturday, December 23, 1980, at National Hospital in Arlington, Virginia. Born in Brownsburg, Va., Dr. Moneymaker graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia in 1927. He earned a medical degree from the University of Virginia's medical school in 1933. Before establishing a general medical practice in Arlington in the mid-1930's, he served as an intern at Baltimore City Hospital and was a resident physician at Sibley Memorial Hospital here. Dr. Moneymaker, who lived in Arlington, was a member of the Arlington County and Virginia State Medical societies and was a staff physician at Alexandria Hospital in Virginia and Georgetown University and Doctors Hospitals in Washington. Survivors include his wife, Beatrice A., of Arlington; four sons, Thomas A., of Beacon, N.Y., Richard W., of Albany, NY, John E., of Louisville, KY., and James M. of New York City; two sisters, Elda Hammond of Staunton, Va., and Antha Moneymaker of Raphine, Va., and four grandchildren.