Victor Alvarez, 70, of Arendtsville passed away April 2 in Mexico.
John Leon Anders, 77, of Taneytown, passed away April 13. He was the husband of Sandra Lee Snyder Anders. Also surviving are daughter, Lori (Mark) Eyler of Thurmont; son, Michael (Lisa) Anders of Union Bridge; grandchildren, Mandy (Steven) Howard, Stephanie, Matthew, and Amy Eyler, and Megan Anders; brothers, Richard Little of Carroll Valley, PA, and David (Charlene) Little of Emmitsburg; sisters, Mary Jean Orndorff of Emmitsburg, Joyce Grimm of Thurmont, Joan (Dave) Smith of Emmitsburg, Carolyn (Karl) Smith of South Carolina, Beth (Leonard) Little-Terry of Bokeclia, FL, and Elaine (Denny) Ebaugh of Emmitsburg; brother-in-law, Monroe Hewitt; sister-in-law, Shirley Little; nieces and nephews.
Anna "Ann" Louise Angell, 86, of Gettysburg, passed away April 16 at the Golden Living Center, Gettysburg. She was the wife of the late Richard Franklin Angell. Ann is survived by son James Richard(Alice M.) Angell of York Springs.
Joseph Michael "Mike" Bellak, Jr., 67, of New Windsor, MD, passed away April 10 at Mercy Medical Center. He is survived by his wife, Sylvia C. Bellak; daughters, Amy (Gene) Bellak-Dillon of Alachua, FL, Sara Bellak of Gainesville, FL, Janice Johnson of Pasadena, MD, and Amy (Keith) Valenstein of Halethorpe, MD; brother, David Bellak; sisters, JoAnn Bellak and Susan Ruggiero, all of Virginia; grandchildren, William Johnson IV, Megan Harmon-Valenstein and Hunter Harmon-Valenstein.
Beverly E. (Joseph) Brady, 59, of Hanover, passed away April 9 at Hanover Hospital. She the daughter of Betty J. (Hamme) Joseph of Hanover and the late Richard C. Joseph. Beverly is also survived by daughters, Yolanda R. Winters of York, Amanda T. Weaver of New Oxford, and Katie L. (Rick) Grove of Hanover; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and her former husband, Scott Brady of Hanover.
Carole Ann Brasee, 73, of Cashtown, passed away April 11 at the York Hospital. Her husband, Paul Richard Brasee, preceded her in death. Carole is survived by children, Bill L. Kidwell of Biglerville, Patrick A. Brasee of Cashtown, Susan K. Fetters of Bonneauville, Jeff D. Brasee of Dover, Jay A. Brasee of Cashtown and Dwayne A. Brasee of Orrtanna; grandchildren; great-granddaughter; and sisters, Betty Shultz and Alverta Goetz both of Cashtown and Nancy Luckenbaugh of Gettysburg.
Virginia R. Brown, 91, of Westminster, passed away April 10 at Copper Ridge. She was the wife of the late Gilbert E. Brown.
John W. Burgoon, Jr., 68, of Greencastle, passed away April 10. He is survived by his wife, Dawn E. Burgoon; daughter, Nicole (Tony) Matero of Dallastown; grandchildren, Katie, Anthony and Allison; and sister-in-law, Pamela Rutledge of York.
Rita Centofanti Campitelli, 80, of Westminster, passed away April 14 at Carroll Hospice Dove House. She was the wife of the late Joseph Nicholas Campitelli, Sr. Surviving are daughter, Anita M. Campitelli of Westminster; sons, Joseph N. (Wanda) Campitelli, Jr., Nicholas A. (Karen) Campitelli, Sr., and Anthony M. (Catherine) Campitelli, all of Westminster; brothers, Robert (Marge) Centofanti and Vincent (Chris) Centofanti, of Eldersburg; and grandchildren, Ryan and Dylan Brubaker, Joseph III, Christofer, Gianna, Nicholas Jr., Alissa, Michael, Jordan Campitelli, and Ben Larmore, of Westminster.
Faye D. Cochran, 74, of Littlestown, passed away April 11 at The Lutheran Home in Gettysburg. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles E. Cochran. Faye is survived by granddaughter, Britney Atkinson of Maryland; niece, Sandy Miner of Hanover; and nephews, Gary Diveley of Biglerville and Dwight Daley of Littlestown.
Dorothy Kathleen Cooper, 86, of Westminster, passed away April 12 at Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster. She was the widow of Robert W. Grayson, and Leroy F. Cooper. Dorothy is survived by daughters, Karen (Henry) Jeffries of Taneytown, and Judy Krauss of Westminster; son, Timothy (Joan) Cooper of Berlin, MD; sister, Miriam Donohue of Anchorage, AK; grandchildren, Amy (Steve) Bortz of Oakland, MD, Katie (Travis) Peters of York, Ted (Kim) Cooper of Parkville, MD, James (Ashley) Cooper of Essex, MD, and Becca Cooper of Berlin, MD; great-grandchildren, Colton, Chase, Taryn, Fred, Grady, Jake, and Eleanor; niece, Erin Donohue-Boyer; and nephews, Brian and Mark Donohue.
Gladys M. Crouse, 85, of Littlestown, passed away April 13 at the Genesis Gettysburg Center. She was the wife of the late Raymond Crouse. Gladys is survived by sons, Dennis G. Strickhouser of Littlestown, Dale F. Strickhouser of New Oxford, Raymond Lee Crouse of Littlestown; grandchildren, Scott Blouse, Cory Strickhouser, Elizabeth Busch, Benjamin Emig, Kristin Keeney, Brittanie Goodrich; sister, Darlene Naugle of Gettysburg; and brothers, Paul Shriver of Gettysburg, Harry Shriver of Dover, and Donnie Shriver of Gettysburg.
Gary L. Curry, 54, of Hanover, passed away April 13 at the York Hospital. Surviving are his girlfriend, Sherry Wilson of York; son, Brian M. Curry of Hanover; grandson, Sirius Curry; and siblings, Gloria Thomas of Littlestown, Evelyn Harner and Mike Curry, both of Spring Grove, Shirley Jacoby of Gettysburg, Ruth Leiphart of Wrightsville, Christine Hayes, Larry Curry and Judy Rohrbaugh, all of New Oxford, Linda McMaster of York, and Cindy Eller of Abbottstown.
Louise S. Davis, 62, of Westminster, passed away April 15 at Carroll Hospital Center. She was the daughter of Jane Shore Soiné of Westminster and the late Carl William Soiné. Her husband, Christopher H. Davis, preceded her in death. Louise is also survived by daughters, Caitlyn (David) Pyne of Taneytown and Megan Davis of Westminster; brother, Carl D. (Michele) Soiné of La Plata; sister, Suzanne H. (Tim) Purdum of Missoula, MT; nieces and nephews.
Travis R. Doll, 44, of Glen Rock, passed away April 15 at Hanover Hospital. He was a son of Burnell R. Doll of Glen Rock and the late Joanne E. (Fackler) Doll. Also surviving are daughters, Jenell E. Doll, McKenzie E. Doll and Megan R. Doll, all of Glen Rock; sister, Shannon E. Doll of Glen Rock; and brother, Jasin J. Doll of Glenville.
Lewis "Frank" Ellis, 89, of Essex, passed away April 11 at Gilchrist Hospice, Towson. He was the husband of Bettie Lee Schooley Ellis. Also surviving are son, Donald F. (Sandra) Ellis of Hancock; daughters, Delia E. Ralls and Brenda Lee Sorto, both of Ellicott City; stepson Leon "Jerry" (Connie) Stigler of Hanover; stepdaughter, Cindy (Barry) Seebo of Essex; siblings, Martha Young, Lester Ellis, Lessie Turbyfil and Clara Jean Heaton; grandchildren, Sheri Lee Fox, Brian Keith Ellis, Samuel Frank Ellis, Daniel Wayne Redcross, Susan Winters, Leon K. Stigler III, Stephen E. Selby, Christy L. Racine, Traci Lee Seebo, Casey A. Stigler and Isabella Lee Stigler; and great-grandchildren.
Cornelius Alexander Ennis, 79, of Mt. Airy, passed away April 14 at Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick. He was the husband of the late Anna Irene Snyder Ennis. Surviving are children Danny and Carol Ennis of South Carolina, Connie and John Barnhouse of Mt. Airy and Garey E. Ennis and girlfriend Christine of West Virginia; grandchildren, Bonnie Ellis, Donna Stringfield, Kyle Ennis, Lizzie Scaletta, Garey E. Ennis, Jr., Tommy Ennis and Jason Ennis, Chris Howard, Leroy Langley and Tracey Langley; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; special family members, Diane Langley, Evelyn and Roland Toms and Joe Howard; nephews, Gerald (Dee) Travis, James Travis and Romer Travis; and niece, Helen Coburn.
Patricia Ann Staton Eyler, 49, of Westminster, passed away April 12 at her home. She was the daughter of Nancy Elizabeth Gouker Staton of Manchester and the late John William Staton. Also surviving are daughters, Meghin Montaigne of Manchester and Melinda Eyler of New Oxford; son, Michael Dean Montaigne of Baltimore; sisters, Sandra Staton of Manchester, Dottie Watkins of Westminster, Christine Alban of Westminster, and Charlotte Gutknecht of Manchester; brothers, Mitchell Staton of Street, MD and Daniel Staton of Westminster; grandsons, Dillon Montaigne and Wyatt Montaigne; and granddaughter, Carmen Montaigne.
Marykathryn I. Fidler, 90, of Fayetteville, passed away April 13 at The Village of Laurel Run. She is survived by her sister, Ruth Dugan Richmond of Baltimore, nieces and nephews.
Helen Louise Shipley Fillion, 98, of Riverton, WY, passed away March 31 at the Popular Living Center in Casper, WY. She was the widow of Paul Fillion. Surviving are daughter, Ann (Roger) Hicks of Riverton, WY; brother, Daniel Shipley of Westminster; sister, Alice Mildred Shipley of Westminster; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Beverly A. Freeman, 72, of Littlestown, formerly of Lancaster, passed away April 13 at Transitions Healthcare Gettysburg. She is survived by daughters, Kim (Steve) Freeman-Good, and Teri (Jeremy) Denerio; sister, Gloria (Sonny) Boll; nieces, Robin (Rob) Meredith, and Holly (Wade) Patterson; great-nieces and -nephews, Alex Patterson, Katlyn Patterson, Emma Meredith, and Cory Meredith; and sister-in-law, Pamela Byers.
Mary JoAnn Glacken, 68, of Taneytown, passed away April 12.
Mary Jane (Hamme) Grim, 90, of Thomasville, passed away April 12 at York Hospital. She was the widow of Claude H. "June" Grim, Jr. Jane is survived by children, Judy C. Grim of Thomasville, Gary E. (Dot) Grim of Spring Grove, Jack H. (Jennifer) Grim of East Berlin, James L. (Karen) Grim of Spring Grove, Gene W. (Tia) Grim of Spring Grove, Jerry C. (Susette) Grim of York, Gail M. (David) Berger of Thomasville; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and brother, Wayne Hamme of Tennessee.
Melvin Gross, 79, formerly of Westminster, passed away April 14 at the Calvert Memorial Hospital. He was the widower of Barbara Lee Gross. Melvin is survived by son, Scott T. (Jean) Gross of Hanover; daughters, Lauri (Tracy) Wood of Myrtle Beach, SC and Janine Gross of Reisterstown; sisters, Lynn Scherr and Judy Askin, both of Westminster; grandchildren, Ashley Gross, Candace Gross, Brandi Gross, Joshua Wood and Seth Wood; nieces and nephews.
Ronald Lee Hamby, 33, of Baltimore, passed away April 13 at his residence. He was the son of Nancy (Long) Hamby of Toccoa, GA, and the late Vernon Hamby. Also surviving are daughters, Shelby Hamby of Dundalk and Ashlyne Tobrey-Hamby of Nottingham, MD; siblings, Paul Hamby, Christopher (Nikki) Hamby, David (Jeanie) Hamby, Malinda (Steven) Brady, Robert Hamby and Daniel Hamby; nieces and nephews.
Priscilla E. (Rohrback) Harris, 76, of East Berlin, passed away April 10 at her residence. She was the widow of Paul R. Harris, Sr. Surviving are daughters, Rebecca (Antonio) Mojica, Ruby (Kenneth) Sarver, and Marie Myers, all of East Berlin; daughter-in- law, Susie Harris of Yukon, OK; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-granddaughter; and sisters.
Rodney E. Herring, 73, of Littlestown, passed away April 14. He was the widower of Eileen A. (Crouse) Herring. Surviving are daughters, Kimberly Dillman, Juli (Wayne) Ambrose, and Melissa (Jeffrey) Miller, all of Littlestown; granddaughters, Amanda Lehr and Jonathan, Alicia DeGroft and Adam, and Bethann and Deanna Ambrose; great-grandson, Brayden Lehr; brother, Donald A. (Vonnie) Herring of Taneytown; and sisters, Gloria A. (Richard) Eyler of Hanover, Thelma J. (Terry) Byard of Hagerstown, and Sharon K. Keilholtz of Chambersburg.
Kimberly Kay Hess, 49, of Biglerville, passed away April 11 at her home. She was the daughter of James G. Hess and Kay (Biddle) Guzman. Kim is also survived by her husband, Dean K. Hess; brother, James L. Hess; and nieces: Madison and Lyndsey Hess.
John Michael Hogan, 61, of Sykesville, passed away April 12 at home. He was the husband of Kimberly Mode Hogan. Also surviving are son, Jonathan (Stephanie) Hogan of Pasadena; daughter, Rachel (Robert) Ashton of Severn; sister, Victoria Hogan of Glen Burnie; and grandchildren, John Michael "Jack", Maxwell, Allison, Jacob and Emily.
George L. Hood, Sr., 87, of Reisterstown, passed away April 14 in Golden Crest Assisted Living, Hampstead. He was the widower of Margaret B. Hood. George is survived by sons, George L. Hood, Jr., Steven L. Hood and Jody F. Hood; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
George Joseph Horn, 80, of Westminster, passed away April 11 at the Dove House. He was the widower of Joan Ann Horn. George is survived by daughters, Paula M. (Steve) Harris of Westminster, Mary Jo Horn of Westminster; companion, Eleanore Huber of Westminster; sisters, Rosemary (Bud) Hughes of Aspers, Therese (Charles) Nevius of Westminster and Ann Marie (Ralph) Garber of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Gregory Horn and Nicole Rohrback; and great-grandson, Oakley Rohrback.
Jay Solomon King, 86, of Meriden, CT, passed away April 9 at MidState Medical Center. Jay is survived by his wife, Helen; son-in-law, Bruce Rudolph; daughters, Karyl (Harry) Rappaport, Kimberley (Robert) Kelly; grandson, Christopher Williams, all of Connecticut; sister-in-law, Dorothy Small; stepgrandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Thomas Motter Lambert, 70, of Manchester, passed away April 12 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He was the husband of Nancy M. Hughes Lambert. Also surviving are sons, Eric W. (Deborah) Lambert of Reisterstown and Joseph D. (Kate) Lambert of Hanover; grandsons, Justin Thomas Lambert, Nicolas J. Lambert, Andrew P. Lambert and Liam A. Lambert; and brother, Robert Emory (Carole) Lambert of Haymarket, VA.
Beulah May "Bea" LaPointe, 86, of Sykesville, widow of Robert Leo LaPointe, passed away April 6. Surviving are daughters Denise (Robert) Smith, Deborah LaPointe, Brenda LaPointe; sons, Robert (Joni) LaPointe, Jr. and Michael (Deborah) LaPointe; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Dorothy "Punn" Leister Leese, 90, of Kernersville, NC, formerly of Westminster, passed away at home at Arbor Ridge April 15. She was the wife of the late Robert L. Leese. Dorothy is survived by children, Chris (Tom) Shepard of Kernersville, NC, Robert "Bud" (Claudia) Leese of Amherst, NH, and Gail Leese (Tom Wokasch) of Gig Harbor, WA; sister, Arlene (Bill) Logue of Westminster; and grandchildren, Amanda Leese, Nelson Leese and Liane (Melvin) Valentin; nieces and nephews.
Deana Lynn Leonard, 46, of Finksburg, passed away April 13 at the Carroll Hospital Center. She was the daughter of Margaret (Lindsay) Leonard and Richard Leonard. Also surviving are children, Paul (Emily) Selby of Hanover, Ravyn Selby of Westminster, Keith Selby of Finksburg and Troy Groomes of Westminster; siblings, Cheryl Collins of Randallstown, Ricky Leonard of Virginia, Jeff Leonard of Finksburg, Lora Wean of Westminster and Leslie Cook of Finksburg; grandchildren, Riley, Jaden, Chloe, Zoey, Titus and Mason Selby; nieces and nephews.
Thomas Richard Lincourt, 73, of Hanover, passed away at home April 8. He is survived by his wife, Betty Ann (Scofield) Lincourt; daughters, Bess (Valentyn), and Annie (Michael) Orenzoff, both of Hanover; grandson, Alexander Orenzoff; brothers-in-law, William Thomas (Rhonda) Scofield and Robert Paul Scofield; and nephew, Prescott Scofield.
Janet L. Marchio, 75, of Hanover, passed away April 15 at the Hershey Medical Center. She was the wife of William L. Marchio. Janet is survived by daughters, Antionette "Toni" (Terry) Seigman of Hanover, Monique "Nikki" M. Lowery of Virginia Beach, VA, Gina M. (Bill)?Trump of Hanover, and Gabrielle "Gabbi" M. (Harlon) Leppo of Seven Valleys; grandchildren, Dustin (lauren) Seigman, Jenna Lowery, Tyler Seigman, Chaz Lowery, Spencer Trump, Emma Trump, and Oliver Trump; great-grandson, Dawson Seigman; brothers, Dennis Overbaugh of Carlisle, Thomas Overbaugh of Vista, CA; and sisters, Charlotte Overbaugh of Hendersonville, NC, and Patricia Orndorff of Carlisle.
John E. Markle, 92, of Hanover, passed away April 11 at home. He was the widower of Doris E. (Fulco) Markle. John is survived by children, Barbara (Robert) Marsh of Etters, Jeffrey (Debra) Markle of Hanover, Doreen (Richard) Bankert of Hanover; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; and sisters, Ethel Brownwell of Hanover and Loretta Buchman of New Oxford.
Larry Bruce May, 64, of Emmitsburg, passed away April 8 at Gettysburg Hospital in Gettysburg. He was the husband of Barbara (Few) May. Also surviving are children, Eric (Dina) May of Goochland, VA, Erin May of Hampstead, Tonia (Jason) Koontz of Bedford, Emily (Dan) Pritchett of Hampstead, Luann (Dan) Moser of Fairfield, Bobbie (Ryan) McGlaughlin of Emmitsburg, and Wayne Miller, Jr. of Emmitsburg; sisters, Sylvia (David) Green of Hanover, and Dawn (Brian) Graf of Manchester; brother, Trent (Michele) May of Hanover; grandchildren; great-grandson; nieces and nephews.
Jean A. Miller, 83, formerly of Hanover, passed away February 10 in Zephyrhills, FL. Survivors include Alice L. Angel (Earl) of Zephyrhills; nieces and nephews.
Mary Agnes Miller, 74, of Gettysburg, passed away April 14 at the Gettysburg Hospital. She was the wife of Glenn E. Miller. Mary is also survived by children, David Miller of Chambersburg, Jeanne Perry of Fayetteville, Diane Strausbaugh of New Oxford, Michael Miller of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Taylor Miller, Tyler Perry, Natalie Perry Braithwaite, Rebecca Strausbaugh, Reagan Miller, Devin Strausbaugh, Reagan Miller, Devin Strausbaugh; great-grandchildren, Aiden Miller, Adelynn Perry, Zechariah Perry, Chloe Braithwaite, and sister, Margie Geyer, of Tionesta, PA.
Jessie B. Mintz, 82, of Manchester, formerly of Arcadia, FL, passed away April 12 at the Carroll Hospice Dove House in Westminster. She was the wife of the late Dan Mintz. Surviving are cousin, Lois Brunner of Manchester; sister-in-law, Ginny Hughes of North Carolina; nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Bernard Lawson "Bernie" Mort, 67, of Fairfield, passed away April 9 at York Hospital. Surviving Bernie are brothers, John, Charles, Robert, Philip and David Mort.
Glenn Alen Myers, 81, Gettysburg, passed away April 15 at the Gettysburg Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Lois Seamens Myers; daughter, Terri Fair of Gettysburg; son, Dave (Joan) Myers of Arendtsville; grandchildren, Jackie Adams, Bryan Mallette, Nathan Woodward; great-grandchildren, Andrew Adams, Jaden Adams, Brianne Unger, Bryce Unger; sisters, Arlene Garritty of York, Caroline Arnold of Kansas City, KS; and brother, Bob Myers of San Diego, CA.
James Michael Norton, 77, of Westminster, passed away April 11 at the Carroll Hospital Center. Surviving James are his brother and sister-in-law, Timothy C. Norton and Karen Norton of Baltimore; and nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.
Margaret L. Burg Pinkowicz, 87, formerly of Hanover, passed away April 12 at Manor Care Kingston Ct., York.
Rosa Maria (Rosemarie) Ramirez, 98 of Gettysburg, passed away at the Spiritrust Lutheran Village April 13. Surviving are son, John (Debbie) of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Rosemarie Weisbrot of Tamarac, FL, John Anthony of New Windsor, NY, John David of the Bronx, NY; great-grandchildren, John Anthony Jr. and Ethan; and sisters, Julie Ramos of Greenville, SC, and Gladys Andujar of La Parguera, PR.
Frances G. Reed, 88, formerly of Littlestown, passed away April 14 at Transitions of Gettysburg. She was the widow of John J. Reed. Surviving are sons, Ronnie Reed of Gettysburg, Terry and Robert Reed, both of Hanover, and Michael and Charles Reed, both of Littlestown; daughters, Judy Smith and Bonnie Kagarise, both of Hanover, Kathy Williams of East Berlin, and Lori Slonaker of Gettysburg; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; brothers, Blaine Yingling of Hanover, Raymond Yingling of Littlestown, and Sidney Yingling of Gettysburg; and sister, Esther Mertz of Orrtanna.
Suzanne M. Reimer, 67, of Hanover, passed away April 9 at her residence. She is survived by brother, G. Michael Reimer of Colorado; and nephews.
Ralph J. Riley, Jr., 73, passed away March 27 in Shreveport, LA. He is survived by his wife, Dianne, of Shreveport; sons, Brian (Crystal), and Danny; grandsons, Dustin, Logan, Hunter; great-granddaughters, Raegan and Jaycee; sisters, Sarah, Lynn, Jeanne; and brothers, Denny, Pat, Glenn and Eddie.
Marion Reginia Rudd, 72, of Finksburg, passed away March 31 at the Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster. She was the wife of the late Daniel Rudd, and the late Louis James Whipp II. Surviving are sons, Louis James Whipp III of Finksburg, Joseph Howard Whipp of Warren, PA and George Adam Whipp of Kearney, NE; brother, Ed Fraley of Odenton, MD; sister, Paula Fraley Hall of Odenton, MD; grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Doris Schuldt, 83, of Hanover, passed away April 12 at Cross Keys Village, The Brethren Home Community. Survivors include daughter, Lynn Minetos-Miller of Hanover; grandchildren, Michael (Melissa) Minetos, Gregory Minetos, and Lisa (Christopher) Levack; and great-grandchildren, Michael, Mia, Gabriel and Mikayla Minetos, and Olivia and Andrew Levack.
Betty J. (Smith) Slothour, 81, passed away April 7 at Hanover Hall in Hanover. She was the widow of Robert S. Slothour. Betty is survived by daughter, Elaine (Daniel) Scrobe of Virginia; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
N. Dean Starner, 92, of Camptown, PA, passed away April 9 at the Mountain View Care Center, Scranton. His wife, Jane Elliott Starner, preceded him in death Surviving are son, Robert D. (Deborah) Starner of Dunnellon, FL; grandchildren, Lee (Tara) Starner, Cynthia Starner, Tamara (Scott) Putney, Thorsten (Christina) Starner; great-grandchildren, Rebecca, Mercedes, Ethan, Tristan, Evan; daughter, Doris S. (Douglas) Jensen of Scranton; grandchildren, James (Lisa) Jensen, Michael (Amy) Jensen; great-grandchildren, Rachel, Julia, Hayley; son, David E. (Joan) Starner of Orange, VA; grandchild Joshua; and sister-in-law, Hellen M. Starner of Gardners.
Truman Bernard Stem, 83, of Westminster, passed away April 14 at Carroll Hospice Dove House. He was the widower of B. Irene Stem. Surviving are daughters, Barbara (Herb) Bollinger of Westminster, Michele (Richard) Burnham of Westminster, and Shirley (Steven) Bailey of Hampstead; son, Denny (Tammie) Stem of Hanover; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; brothers, George (Betty) Stem of Littlestown, Harold Stem of Westminster, David (Susan) Stem of Thomasville; sister-in-law, Betty Stem of Westminster; nieces and nephews.
Travis L. Thomas, 23, of Thomasville, passed away April 15. He was the husband of Felicia M. (Lentzner) Thomas, and the son of Robert B. Thomas and Rachel of Littlestown and Billy Jo (Staub) Langkam and Todd of Spring Grove. Also surviving are daughters, Laylah and Ellie Mae Thomas, at home; grandparents, Michael and Susan Cool of Emmitsburg and Billy and Pat Staub of Frederick; brothers, Dylan Adlesberger of Thurmont and Austin Langkam of Spring Grove; and sisters, Larissa and Brittany Langkam of Spring Grove and Nicole and Holly Thomas of Taneytown.
Wayne E. Trump, Sr., 76, of Hanover, passed away April 11 at the York Hospital. He was the widower of Ethel C. (Eicholtz) Trump. Wayne is survived by sons, Blane E. (Christina) Trump of Plainfield, Jay E. Trump, Wayne E. Trump, Jr., both of Spring Grove, Carl A. Trump of Selinsgrove; daughter, Janice E. Small of Hanover; grandchildren; stepgrandson; brother, Ronald Trump; and sister, Connie Wentz of Hanover.
Fred L. Vealey, 88 of Towson, MD, and formerly of New Oxford, passed away April 16 at Brightview Towson. He was the husband of the late Elizabeth Vealey. Surviving are son, Michael (Lisa) Vealey of Phoenix, MD, and granddaughters, Robyn Ann Vealey and Erin Marie Vealey.
Murriel C. Wesolowski, 79, of Westminster, passed away April 10 at the Carroll Hospital Center. She is survived by her husband, John F. "Jack" Wesolowski; sisters, Joan Buechele of Fairborn, OH, and Helen Ladwig of Almira, WA; nieces and nephews.
Randy S. Whitson, 57, of Hanover, passed away April 15. He was a son of Wanda Anderson Whitson of Hanover and the late Shad J. Whitson. Also surviving are his wife, Jean M. Whitson; son, Jeremy T. Whitson of Largo, FL; sister, Lori J. Livingston of Hanover; and extended family.
Margaret Elaine Wilterdink, 65, of Seven Valleys, passed away at home on April 1. She was the wife of Meredith Wilterdink. Also surviving are sons, Christian (Jennifer) Wilterdink of Albuquerque, NM, Bud Wilterdink of Lancaster, and Robert Wilterdink of York; brother, Hank Foldberg of Jacksonville, FL; cousin, Betsy Fields of Simpsonville, SC; and grandchildren, Elise and Elin of Albuquerque, NM.
Jeune R. Zartman, 76, of Hanover, passed away April 11 at Spiritrust Lutheran, The Village at Utz Terrace. Survivors include her husband, James L. Zartman; sons, James A. (Annette)?Zartman of Hanover, and William J. Zartman of McSherrystown; daughters, Vicki L. Smith of East Berlin, and Sandra E. (William) Elliot of Pennsville, NJ; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
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