Louis Howard Alisea, 81, of Westminster, passed away October 12 at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. He was the husband of Patricia Ada Topper Alisea. Also surviving are children, Mike (Beth) Alisea and Sean and Tim Alisea; grandchildren, Kate, Matthew and Lily; and siblings, Hazel Sosa, Louise Appleby and David Alisea.
Francisco M. Alvarado, Sr., 83, of Gettysburg, passed away October 6 at Transitions Health Care in Gettysburg. He is survived by his wife, Catherine L. (Ohler) Alvarado; daughters, Tina L. Alvarado-Romero of Gardners, Teresa A. Lane of Biglerville; sons, Jose A. Alvarado of Biglerville, Francisco M. Alvarado, Jr. of New Oxford; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Brian Dale Baker, 50, of Taneytown, passed away October 11. He was a son of Nina Baker of Duluth, GA, and the late Dale A. Baker. Brian is also survived by brother, Dale Baker of Duluth, GA; and nephews, Brent, Bradley and Chase Baker.
James Gilbert Baldwin, 86, of Abbottstown, formerly of Westminster, passed away October 6 at home. He was the husband of Phyllis “Jessie” Baldwin. Also surviving are children, Dennis J. (Roxann) Baldwin of Manchester, Elaina Baldwin-Sawn of Baltimore; stepchildren, Glen M. Burnham of North East, Gary L. Burnham of South Carolina, Donna L. Burnham of Hanover, Jacqueline M. Maize of Sykesville, and John A. Burnham of South Carolina; grandchildren, James A. Baldwin and Kristina M. Corder; stepgrandchildren, Julie Maize, Sarah Schulman and Westley Brauning; and stepgreat grandson, Carson James Schulman.
Gloria Wyvonne Bell, 80, formerly of New Oxford, passed away October 2 at Claremont Nursing and Rehab Center. She was the widow of Warren Bell. Gloria is survived by brother, Allan Snyder; daughter, Christine Elaine (Rick) Bass; son, Andrew (Julie) Wrights; grandchildren, Amy Messinger and Christopher Wrights; and great-grandchildren, Madison Messinger, along with Isabella and McKenzie Wrights.
Gordon William Blount, 87, of Westminster, passed away October 8 at the Dove House. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn A. Blount; daughter, Mary (Junior) Mar of Lincoln, NE; grandchildren, Matthew, Tiffany, Ryan, Tyley, Amber, Kaylie and Jade; nephew, Steven Blount; and great-grandchildren.
Frances Eleanor Brady, 93, of Owings Mills, passed away October 11. She was the wife of the late Francis E. Brady, Sr. Frances is survived by children, Francis E. Brady, Jr. of Reisterstown, MD, Linda M. Ellis of Owings Mills, Lawrence M. Brady of Westminster, Lorraine M. (Bryan) Green of Hampstead, and Elizabeth A. (Yoji) Reaser of Fairfield,; grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, and great-greatgrandchild.
Larry Frances Brown, 57, of Killen, TX, and formerly of Westminster, passed away October 4 in Houston. He was the son of Louis Brown and the late Jane Brown, and stepson of Beatrice Brown. Larry was the husband of Juanita Speights. Also surviving are children, Sharod F. Brown and Sabina L. Miller, both of Killeen, TX; brother, Blaine A. (Jeanette) Brown of Westminster; sisters, Helen Brown and Cherie Brown, both of York; stepbrother, Charles Biggus; stepsisters, Cherly Gibson, Anita Biggus, and Credella Biggus; grandchildren, Quintyne Tomas and Jahron Miller; and extended family.
Lillian Ann Cantwell, 56, of Hanover, passed away October 5 at York Hospital in York. She was the daughter of Frances Curtis Fields of Harney, MD, and the late Kenneth Fields, Jr., and the wife of Kyle Cantwell. Also surviving are daughters, Rachael (Robbie) Hay of Gettysburg, and Rebecca Fields of Hanover; sisters, Betsy (Don) Reisinger of Harney, MD, Fran (Fred) Lorenzo of Gettysburg, and Ginger (Jerry) Raible of Cumberland, MD; brothers, Kenneth (Beth) Fields of Harney, MD, and Curt (Leigh) Fields of Frederick, MD; grandchildren, Constance, Laylynn, Willow, and Teagan; nieces and nephews.
Gladys Marie Christian, 79, of Sykesville, passed away October 9 at Transitions Assisted Living, Eldersburg. She was the wife of James C. Christian. Also surviving are son, Tony C. (Deb) Christian; grandson, Jeremy; nieces, nephews and cousins.
Jon E. Chronister, 52, of Biglerville, passed away October 10 at home. He was the son of Donald C. and the late Marion E. (Heiser) Chronister, and the husband of Stacy (Weaver) Chronister. Jon is also survived by stepdaughter, Lauren Martin of Phoenix, AZ; sisters, Tammy Keefer of Fairfield, Bonnie Brownawell of Aspers; brothers, Todd Chronister of Shiremanstown, Jody Chronister of Gettysburg; nieces and nephew.
Vergie V. Conaway, 76, of Arizona, formerly of York, passed away October 4 in Gilbert, AZ.
Cordelle E. “Cordy” Dunbar, 71, of Sykesville, passed away October 6 at Transitions Nursing Facility in Sykesville. He was the husband of the late Nancy Horst Dunbar. Surviving are sons, Jeremy (April) Dunbar of Hanover, and Jason (Danielle) Dunbar of Mt. Airy, MD; granddaughters including Jessica, Madison and Brynn Dunbar; nieces and nephews.
James W. “Jim” Fox, 57, of Arendtsville, passed away October 7 at the York Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Diane Zeigler Fox; daughter, Emily Ann Fox; stepsons, Joe (Deb) Campbell, and Brian (Jackie) Campbell; grandchildren; brothers, Mike Fox, Curt Fox, and Glenn (Michelle) Fox; nieces and nephews.
Florence Anthony Gallimore, 95, passed away October 4 at Brookdale Senior Living Solutions, Westminster. She was predeceased by her husband, Harry Gallimore, Jr. Florence is survived by daughters, Patsy G. (Milton E.) Taylor, Sykesville, and Joyce G. (Sam) Swanson, S. Burlington, VT; grandsons, Matthew G., E. Andrew, and Aaron A. (Emily V.) Taylor; great-grandchildren, Colin G., Brealynn A., Alexander S. , and Jonah M. Taylor; nieces and nephews.
Sydnor Clayton Gordon, Sr., of Owings Mills, passed away October 10. He was the husband of Betty Getzandanner Gordon. Also surviving are children, Sydnor C. Gordon, Jr., Grace Ryan, David Gordon, James Gordon and Susan Griffith; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and sisters, Grace Testerman, Charlotte Groff and Betty Lou Lockard.
Tammy Ott Humerick, 47, of Emmitsburg, passed away October 13 at Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, MD. She was the daughter of David Ott of Emmitsburg, and the late Jane Ann (Winand) Ott, and the wife of Barry Humerick. Also surviving are son, Brandon Ott; step-children, Nick and Hayley Humerick; sister, Tracy Ott (Shawn Watson) of Baltimore; brother, Jeremiah (Jerrica) Ott of Fairfield; nieces and nephews; and extended family.
Maybelle E. Jacoby, 83, of Gettysburg, passed away October 10 at the Gettysburg Hospital. She was the wife of the late Earl Jacoby, Sr. Maybelle is survived by children, Earl Jacoby, Jr. of Hanover, Betty Jacoby of New Oxford, Debra Daley of McConnellsburg, David Jacoby of New Oxford, Michael Jacoby of Biglerville, John Jacoby of Gettysburg, Gene Jacoby of East Berlin, and Roxy Ramsey of Chambersburg; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; and sister, Marvel Plank of Spring Grove.
Melvina Delores Johnson, 91, of Owings Mills, passed away October 11 at Longview Healthcare Center in Manchester, MD. She was the wife of the late Gordon Phillip Johnson, Sr. Melvina is survived by son, Gordon P. Johnson, Jr.; grandchildren, Karen Johnson, Kristen (Bobby) Haddigan; great-grandson, Liam Haddigan; and sister-in-law, Nancy Bruns.
Patricia “Pat” Keel, 80, of Sykesville, passed away October 8 at Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster. She was the wife of Merle Willard Keel, and mother of Tammie Lee Keel of Sykesville.
R. Scott King, 44, of Manchester, MD, passed away October 12 at his home. He was the son of Noble Darrell King of Manchester and the late Margaret Virginia Miller King. Also surviving are his girlfriend, Tracey M. Wertz Kaylor of Manchester; former wife, Lori Mae King; aunts, uncles and cousins.
Theodore P. “Ted” Kinsey, 83, of Fairfield, passed away October 7. He was the husband of Joan Kinsey. Also surviving are children, Kimberly Martin of Montana, and Steve Kinsey and Jeffrey Kinsey, both of Pennsylvania; and grandchildren, Kaitlin Moretz, Kara Moretz, Robert Moretz, Dane Martin, Connor Kinsey and Kylie Kinsey.
Lawrence L. “Skeeter” Lang, Sr., 88, of Manchester, passed away October 7 at the Long View Health Care Center in Manchester. He was the widower of Jennie M. Lockman Lang and Greta Wolbert “Dolly” Lang. Surviving are daughter, Mary J. (Robert)Thompson of Manchester; son, Lawrence L., (Dawn) Lang, Jr. of Deal Island; grandchildren, Jennifer (James) Richards, Scott (Dana) Mays, David (Paige) Mays, Amber Dubrel and Ashley Lang; great-grandchildren; and stepson, Neil (Donna) McDaniel of Sykesville.
Victor Liwaj, 93, of Fairfield, passed away October 9 at Transitions Healthcare, Gettysburg. He was the husband of the late Irene (Stukan) Liwaj. Victor is survived by sons, Victor Liwaj, Jr. of Freemont, OH, George (Cheryl) Liwaj of Locust Grove, VA, and Steven Liwaj of Scottsdale, AZ; stepchildren, Tynia (Del) Richardson of Orrtanna, Ray (Donna) Trembow of Waynesboro, Victoria Trembow of Frederick, MD, and Lora Trembow of Centerville, MD; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
Virginia “Ginny” Mann, 88, of Union Bridge, passed away October 10 at Transitions Healthcare. She was the wife of the late Marvin Leo Mann. Virginia is survived by sons, Paul Arnold of Arizona, and David (Pam) Arnold of Westminster, Michael Mann of Union Bridge; daughter, Patsy (Arnie) McDonald of Westminster; grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins and sisters-in-law.
Louise Wilson Mason, 88, of Finksburg, passed away October 5. She was the wife of the late Clarence Luther Mason. Louise is survived by son, Kenneth G. (Cindy) Tracey of Reisterstown; sisters, Virginia Marriott of Sykesville and Peggy Connolly of Baltimore; grandchildren, Angela Tracey, Tracie L. Tracey, David Tracey, Jennifer Tracey, Kristine Brundick, Kenneth Tracey, Jr., Crystal Glass, Crystie Joy, Tabitha Simms; and great-grandchildren.
Albert “Doug” McDonald, of Mount Airy, passed away September 4. He is survived by children, Mike (Sharon) McDonald of Ellicott City, James (Molinda) McDonald of Mount Airy, Rodney McDonald of Fulton, MD, and Laura Fisher of Wilmington, NC; grandchildren, Candice McDonald of Littlestown; stepgrandchildren, Jason Lowman of Mt Airy and Kevin Lowman of Odenton, MD; and siblings, Doris Bell, Marie Ball and Chris McDonald.
Wendy A. McKenzie, stillborn daughter of Jason M. and Krista S. (Black) McKenzie, of Thomasville, on October 8. She is also survived by sister, Whitney McKenzie; brother, Jordy McKenzie; grandparents, Thomas and Pamela Black of East Berlin, James and Aimee McKenzie of McSherrystown, and Deborah and Dale Metz of Hanover; great-grandparents, JoAnn Kauffman of Spring Grove, Lorraine Sizer of Arbutus, MD, and Fred and Helen McKenzie of Westminster; aunts and uncles.
Richard J. Mills, 86, of Bonneauville, passed away October 9 at the Gettysburg Hospital. He was the husband of Leona Dolores Renee (Gochnaur) Mills. Richard is survived by children, Pamela (Donnie) Sanders of Gettysburg, Suzanne Gilroy of Camp Hill, Michael (Mary) Mills, Matthew (Justine) Mills, and Douglas (Patsy) Mills, all of Bonneauville; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
Donald E. Parrish, 91, of Hellam, formerly of Jefferson, passed away at home October 8. He was the husband of Betty J. (Crumling) Parrish. His first wife, Abbie Marie (Leese) Parrish, preceded him in death. Donald is also survived by daughters, Ann (Stephen) Barnett of Mechanicsburg, Donna Parrish of Hanover; son, Gary Parrish of Hanover; stepsons, Randy (Susan) Panebaker of Hellam, Michael (Vicki) Panebaker of York; brother, Curtis L. (Sylvia) Parrish of York; grandchildren, Daniel, Dylan, Amanda, Lydia, and Donald; and great-grandchildren.
Joshua Scott Pattison, 36, of Sykesville, passed away October 9 at home. He was the son of Dorene Ridgley and Gary Warren Ridgley of Sykesville. Also surviving are son, Cameron Scott Pattison; niece, Alanah N. Duncan of Sykesville; grandmother, Charlotte Pattison; and cousin, Jeannie (Justin) Barnard.
Thomas J. Rickle, 88, of Owings Mills, passed away October 6 at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. He was the husband of Kathleen Ann McNulty Rickle. Also surviving are children, David Rickle, Clare (Steve) Linfield, and Teresa (Bill) Gavin; and grandchildren, Ryan and Melissa Gavin, Sean and Megan Linfield.
Jennifer E. San Fellipo, 35, passed away October 10 at Golden Living Center in Westminster. She was the daughter of Francis J. San Fellipo and the late Ruby San Fellipo. Also surviving are aunt, Maureen (Russell) Willett; uncle, Bernard (Patricia) Gibson; and cousins.
Donna Lee Scarff passed away at home October 10. She is survived by her husband, Charles, and other family members including stepson, Scott and his family; sister, Carla; brothers, Kevin and Kenny; half-sister, Shirley; sister-in-law, Carole; nieces and nephews.
William C. “Bill” Schultz, 93, of Gettysburg, passed away October 9 at the Gettysburg Hospital. His wife, Ethel V. (Slonaker) Schultz, preceded him in death. Bill is survived by daughters, Virginia L. Reed of Gettysburg, Jacqueline K. Dukes of Biglerville, and Ann M. (Guy) Ketterman of Gettysburg; granddaughters, Jenna (Daric) Craigie, and Erin and Elise Ketterman; and great-granddaughter, Kensington Craigie.
Briton Lawrence Shelton, Sr., 64, of Gettysburg, passed away October 4 at Carroll County Hospital in Westminster. He was the husband of Connie Hill Shelton. Briton is survived by children, Jason Shelton, Briton Shelton, Jr., and Jeanne Shelton; grandchildren; great-granddaughter; brothers, Elton Shelton, Jr., William Shelton, Beverly Shelton, and James Stewart; and sisters, Jean Shelton and Thelma Shelton.
Cassandra Paige Smith, 44, of Taneytown, passed away October 7 at the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville. She was the daughter of Bruce Shifflett, Sr. of Hedgesville, WV, and Patricia Cammarata Patrick of Hampstead, and the wife of Charles E. Smith. Also surviving are son, David B. Smith, and daughter, Kathryn P. Smith, both of Taneytown; brothers, Bruce Shifflett, Jr. of Cecilton and Jacob Shifflett of Hedgesville; stepmother, Melissa Shifflett of Hedgesville; stepfather, James Patrick of Hampstead; and parents-in-law, Edward and Linda Smith of Westminster.
John William Smith, 90, of Westminster, passed away October 4 at Carroll Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Isabell Hobbs Smith. Also surviving are children, Cheryl (Myer) Heyman, Susanne (Shannon) Bohrer, John (Patty) Smith, and Jo Ann (Rodney) Bostian; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Stella M. Smith, 87, passed away October 8 at Homewood at Plum Creek in Hanover. She was the widow of Jack N. Smith. Surviving are children, Carol (John) Leese, Jean (Tim) Koontz, and James (Ann) Smith, all of Hanover; daughter-in-law, Sharon Smith of New Oxford; grandchildren, Eric and Ryan Smith, Kady Storm, Bryan and Jeffrey Leese, Rachael and Zachary Koontz and Jordan and Brooke Smith; great-grandchildren, Raelee Smith and Emma Storm; and brother-in-law, Mike (Doré) Smith of Harrisburg.
Joyce Ann Snyder, 73, of Hanover, passed away October 11 at Genesis HealthCare Gettysburg Center.Survivors include siblings, John H. (Linda) Snyder of Hanover, Carolyn (Stephen) Rickrode of New Oxford, Susan Leonard of Hanover, Louise (Stephen) Brady of New Oxford, and Sandra (James) Smith of Hanover; nieces and nephews; great-nieces and -nephews; and great-great-nieces and -nephews.
Dennis Braden Sterner, 67, of Hanover, passed away September 29 at home. He was the husband of Barbara J. (Zorek) Sterner. Dennis is also survived by sister, Janet (Edward) Bortner; sisters-in-law, Beverly Zorek, Vivienne (Van) Wolfe; nephews and nieces.
Peggy L. Tarner, 76, of Chambersburg, passed away October 11 at Chambersburg Hospital. She is survived by daughters, Melissa Nypaver and Nina Tarner, both of Chambersburg; son, Todd Tarner of Eagle River, AK; stepdaughter, Sonja Bolmont of West Bridgewater, MA; stepson, Daxel Tarner of Burtonsville, MD; sister, Candace S. Arnold of McAllisterville; brothers, Donald L. Reed of Fayetteville, P. Ted Reed of Shippensburg; grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Sharon Rae Magee Trakney, 66, of Sykesville, passed away October 12 at home. She was the wife of Greg Trakney, Sr. Also surviving are sons, Greg Trakney, Jr., and Eric Trakney; daughter, Kathy (Michael) Hill; sisters, Wanda (Charles Sr.) Tauber and Ora Mae Krystofiak; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Joy V. Wenk, 70, of Hanover, passed away October 8. She was the wife of the late Terrence A. Loncosky. Joy is survived by daughter, Deborah A. (Joseph) Ramsey of Hanover; son, Terrence L. (Becky) Loncosky of Cascade, MD; grandchildren, Brittany N. (Donald) Perkins and Justin T. Ramsey; great-grandson, Cooper L. Perkins; and brothers, Paul (Nancy) Galford and Craig (Cathy) Galford.
Arlene K. Wildasin, 98, passed away October 4 at the Homewood at Plum Creek Retirement Center, Hanover. She was the widow of Melvin C. Wildasin. Arlene is survived by niece, Pamela Kemper of Hanover; stepnephew, Charles Bechtel; great-nieces, Jennifer Sanders and Renee Bankert; great-nephews, Stanley Wagner, Leon Wagner, Wayne Wagner, Kevin Wagner, and Rick Wagner; great-great-nieces and -nephews.
John F. “Jack” Williams, Jr., 80, of Fairfield, passed away October 3 in Saline, MI. He is survived by his wife, Natalie Kaczmarek Williams; brother, George (Linda) Williams; son, John F. (Susan) Williams III; daughter, Kelly (Gregg) Homolka; and grandchildren.
Michael Dean (Zip) Zorbaugh, 59, of Spring Grove, passed away October 6 at home. He is survived by his wife, Darla (Zumbrum) Zorbaugh; sons, Ian Zorbaugh of Nashville, TN, and Alec Zorbaugh, at home; and siblings.
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