Paul Edward Andrews, 68, of Hampstead, passed away March 25 at Carroll Hospital Center. He was the husband of Mary E. Andrews,. Also surviving are son, Marcus Andrews of Martinsburg, WV; daughter, Amanda Appel of Hedgesville, WV; granddaughters, Samantha Hall, Morganne Andrews; grandson, Trevor Gallardo; brother, James Andrews.
Larry Arnold, 67, passed away March 13. He is survived by his wife Chanhsamone Arnold; children, Kimberly McCarty, Stephanie Arnold, and Robert Arnold; grandchild, Maya McCarty; and brother, Raymond Arnold.
Raymond Walter Badders, 63, of Manchester, passed away March 21near Annapolis, MD. Surviving are daughters, Anne-Marie Badders Hamma and husband David of Bowie, Carolyn Owens and husband Tyler of Annapolis, Victoria Virginia Badders of Manchester, and Julianne Elizabeth Badders of Manchester; grandchildren, Luke, Elise, Laila, Alena, Aliyah, and Jake; sister and brother-in-law, Virginia "Ginny" Potter and Billy Potter of Upatoi, GA; and former spouse, Katherine (Robinson) Badders of Manchester.
Susannah Marion Badders, 19, of Manchester, passed away March 21 near Annapolis, MD. She was the daughter of Katherine Marion (Robinson) Badders of Manchester and the late Raymond W. Badders. Susannah is also survived by maternal grandfather, Carey Robinson; sisters, Anne-Marie Hamma and husband David of Bowie, Carolyn Owens and husband Tyler of Annapolis, Victoria Badders and Julianne Badders both of Manchester; nieces, nephews, and extended family members.
Boyd James Baker, 67, of Westminster, passed away March 23 at the Carroll Hospital Center. He was the husband of Joyce Larue (Hagan) Baker. Also surviving are children, Monica J. O'Donnell and husband Patrick of Westminster, Christina M. Mann of Gettysburg, Michael B. Baker and wife Noelle of Hanover, Dawn L. Marcus and husband Jeffrey of Union Mills, Dean C. Stickles, Jr. of Westminster, Cheryl L. Pickett and husband Brian of Taneytown, and Regina M. Colson and husband George of Taneytown; siblings, Glenn Baker and wife Beverly of Catonsville, Jeannie Tamburrino and husband Al of Spring Hill, FL, Patty Paticer-Tschudy of New Park, PA, and Raymond Baker of Spring Hill, FL; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
J. Neal Bankert, 75, of Gettysburg, formerly of Taneytown, passed away March 21 at the Lorien Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Taneytown. He is survived by his wife, Martha Jane (Cook) Bankert; daughters, Stacy Wilson and husband Michael, Kim Jenkins and husband Rick, and Jerrie Cole and husband Mike, all of Taneytown, and Jennifer Bankert of Westminster; grandchildren, Andrew Jenkins, Matthew Wilson, Erin Jenkins, Allison Wilson, Forrest Cole, and Mason Cole; great-grandchildren, Amir Jenkins, Jayana Carter, Arien Magruder, Layla Carter, and Annabellah Wilson; sister, Sandra Ferguson and husband Thomas of Westminster; sister-in-law, Dianne Anderson of Gettysburg; brother-in-laws and sister-in-law, Greg and Barbara Cook of Haymarket, VA, and Wayne Wilson of Sykesville; cousins and nephews.
Betty June Beaver, 88, of Westminster, passed away March 20 at Carroll Hospital Center. She was the wife of the late L. Albert Beaver. Surviving are son and daughter-in law, Kevin W. and Sharon Beaver of Westminster; daughter and son-in-law, Wanda J. and Terry Underkoffler of Lancaster; brother and sister-in-law, D. Hale and Helen Stonsifer; grandchildren, Megan Bowen, Ryan Beaver, and Holly and Bradley Underkoffler; and great-granddaughter, Clare Bowen.
Mary Theresa Bench, 87, of Sykesville, passed away March 9 at Fairhaven. She was the wife of the late William P. Bench, Sr. Surviving are son, William P. Bench, Jr.; daughters, Jane Bench, Debra Kunaniec, and Donna Heying and her husband Richard; and grandchildren, Christopher, Jessica and Patrick Heying.
Clara Lee (Hall) Bennett, 83, passed away March 20. She was the widow of John W. Bennett. Clara is survived by sister, Judy C. Harris of South Point, OH; son, Charles Bennett and wife Alesia of Arendtsville; grandson, Thomas Bennett of Winchester, VA; nieces, Stacey Clutters, Patty Ball, and Jill Blake; nephews, Timothy Clutters, Kevin Clutters, Jeff Hall, Scott Hall, Mike Ball, and Mark Newell; step-granddaughter, Clarissa Kiessling and husband; stepgrandson, Leighton McCleaf and wife; and stepgreat-granddaughter, Elliott Rose McCleaf.
Irvin Eli "Bud" Boose, Jr., 78, of Upperco, passed away March 19 at Carroll Hospital Center. He was the husband of the late JoyceAnn Boose. Surviving are son, Scott Boose and his wife Cherie of Upperco; daughter, Kimberly Boose of Upperco; granddaughters, Shelby Herald, Paige Jenkins; grandson, Brendan Boose; step- granddaughter, Samantha Mehring; stepgrandson, Evan Mehring; sister, Audrey Leone; brothers-in-law, Ronald & Eddie Weimer; nieces and nephews.
Joanne M. Breighner, formerly of Littlestown, passed away at her home in Harrisburg March 23. She is survived by her husband, Marvin F. Breighner, Sr.; daughters, Carolyn Roller and Kathryn Udit; son, Marvin F. "Frank" Breighner, Jr. and spouse, Jane; and grandchildren, Megan Udit, Katie and Kristen Roller, Stephanie and T.C. Breighner, and Trevor Kling.
J. Donald Brown, 80, of Sykesville, passed away March 6 at Caraway Manor in Elkton, MD. He was the husband of the late Mary J. "Nicki" Brown. Surviving are daughters and sons-in-law, Mariellen and Cary Synan, Mary Jacqueline and Joe Mathis and Victoria Joy and Tom Shaffer; daughter, Laura Kerbe; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Sandra Belleson Brown, 65, of Emmitsburg, passed away March 21 at her residence. She was the daughter of Naomi (Arnold) Belleson of Westminster and the late Albert Belleson, and the widow of George E. Brown III. Also surviving are son, Scott Chamberland and wife Allison of Canton, OH; daughters, Michelle Davis and husband Jerry of Canton, OH, and Joyce Reyes and husband Jim of Plainville, CT; sister, Patricia Brown and husband Jim of Wyoming; brothers, Wayne Brunk of West Virginia, and Robert Brunk and wife Connie of Taneytown; grandchildren, Renee Brady, Brandon Chamberland-Reyes, and Kenneth Brady; great-granddaughter, Teagan; and nieces and nephews.
Robin Flater Chenoweth, 56, of Finksburg, passed away March 20 at Long View Nursing Home in Manchester. She was the daughter of Carole L. Gettel Flater of Finksburg and the late Thomas M. Flater, Jr. Also surviving are daughter, Megan E. Chenoweth of Westminster; brother and sister-in-law, Thomas, III and Samantha Flater of Finksburg; and nephews, Noah and Dylan Flater of Finksburg.
Captain Thomas T. Cole, 84, passed away March 22 in Mount Dora. He is survived by his wife, Doris; daughters, Susan Simmons of Delray Beach, FL, Carolyn Cole of Brooklyn, NY; and grandchildren, Kaitlyn and Justin Saval of Baltimore.
Donald C. Coop, 87, passed away March 23. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Coop. Surviving are daughter, Edie Coop of Glenville; daughter-in-law, Tina Coop, and granddaughter, Bailey Coop, both of Walkersville, MD; nieces and nephews.
Mary Lorraine Demuth, 90, of Westminster, passed away March 25 at her residence. She was the wife of the late Peter John Demuth. Surviving are children David, Frank, Nancy, Peter, Thomas, Robert and Janet; sister Dottie; grandchildren, Frank, Jennifer, Larry, Andrea, Rand, Alexis, Amanda, Zachary, Peter, Drake and Noah; and great-grandchildren.
Eileen Patricia Dixon, 82, of Mt. Airy, passed away at her home March 21. She was the wife of Jack E. Dixon. Also surviving are children, George, Kathleen, Helen and Patricia; sons-in-law, Edwin Otto and John Castle; and grandchildren, Luke, Megan, Eve, Shannon, Kevin, Robby, and Danny.
Henry E. "Pat" Domeier, formerly of Reisterstown, passed away March 22. He was the husband of the late Caroline E. Domeier. Surviving are children, Susan Domeier Meredith and husband Don, Catharine Domeier Hancock and husband Norman, Patrick M. Domeier and wife Karyn, Robin Domeier Falice and husband Ben, Michael W. Domeier and wife Cindy, and Melinda Domeier Basler and husband David; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Emily (Norris) Dryden, 69, of Westminster, passed away March 19 at her residence. She is survived by daughters and sons-in-law, Tracey Addison Ellison and husband Tom, and Kelly Addison Quickel and husband Allan, all of Westminster; and grandchildren, James, John and Kathryn Ellison and Sophie and Mia Quickel.
Bertie M. Erb, 71, of Westminster, passed away March 25 at The Dove House, Westminster. She was the wife of Russell J. Erb. Also surviving are daughter, Shirley M. Baer of York; sons, James W. Erb and Bobby J. Erb, both of Westminster; and granddaughter, Kierstin Baer.
Patricia E. Erb, 70, passed away March 18 at her residence. She was the wife of George E. Erb, Jr. Patricia is also survived by sons, Randy Erb-Scarbrough of Leondardtown, MD, and Terry Erb of Thomasville; grandchildren; brothers, Keith B. Zinn, Jerry A. Zinn, Scott G. Zinn, Wayne J. Zinn, and Dale Zinn; and sisters, Janet L. Lefever, Virginia A. Sell, Linda L. Forsythe, Barbara J. Blevins, Sandra K. Zinn, Jill D. Stambaugh, Connie J. Shriner, Jackie L. Long, and Dawn M. Peters.
William "Bill" Melvin Fisher, 82, of Manchester, passed away March 19 at his son's home. He was the husband of Margo Anne Buckley Fisher. Also surviving are children, Rev. Msgr. Michael William Fisher, Kathleen Anne Mounsey and husband David, Patrick James Fisher and wife Clare, Teresa Margaret Gentile and husband Peter and William Scott Fisher; siblings, Thomas L. Fisher and wife Ann and Mary Lorraine Gayle and husband John; and grandchildren.
Harriett A. Fox, 95, formerly of Baltimore, passed away March 22 at the Johns Hopkins Medical Center. She is survived by daughter, Harriett A. Fox and husband Victor J. Konsavage, Jr. of Hanover; and grandchildren, Victor J. Konsavage III, and Colleen T. Konsavage.
Marie S. France, 96, passed away March 23 at Homewood at Plum Creek, Hanover. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles E. France. Surviving are daughter, Anita Elaine Cunningham and son-in-law, Thomas Cunningham of East Berlin; daughter-in-law, Carol France of Frederick, MD; brothers, Norman Sacks and Charles Sacks; sister, Joan Horvath; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Marion I. (Shultz) Furr, 82, passed away March 20 at Cross Keys Village at the Brethren Home Community in New Oxford. She was the widow of Robert N. Furr. Marion is survived by sons, Rodney Laughman and wife, Sandy of Hanover, Greg Furr and wife, Jackie of Frederica, DE, Robert Furr Jr. and wife, Faye of Hanover, Karl Furr and wife, Amy of Hanover and Jeff Furr and wife, Tami of Hanover; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; brother, Nevin Shultz; nieces and nephews.
John Oliver Garner, 94, of Taneytown, passed away March 23 at the Lorien Center in Taneytown. He was the husband of the late Ida Pauline (Hofe) Garner. Surviving are son, Michael Garner and wife Jennifer of Westminster; grandchildren, Richard Garner of Delaware, and Elizabeth Drummond and husband Scott of Bowie.
Karl E. Gass, 81, formerly of Littlestown, passed away March 21 at The Brethren Home, New Oxford. He was the widower of Dorothy I. (Gerrick) Gass. Karl is survived by daughter, Lori E. Feeser and husband Steve of Thurmont; and sister, Barbara Decker of Winston Salem, NC.
Linda K. (Workman) Gerber, 71, passed away March 19 at the York Hospital. She was the widow of David Kenneth Gerber. Linda is survived by son, Eric B. Gerber and his wife, Joan E. of Smithsburg, MD; daughter, Beth E Miller and her husband, Morris M. of Lancaster; grandsons, Nathaniel C and Owen I. Gerber, both of Smithsburg; sister, Nancy L. Oberdier and her husband, Lauren of Lima, OH; stepbrother, Keith A. Hall and his wife, Suzi of Delphos, OH; sister-in-law, Joyce Gerber of Dalton, OH; brother-in law, Virgil Gerber of Urbana, OH; nieces and nephews.
Jeremy "Meathead" A. Gingell, 32, of Waynesboro, and formerly of Fairfield, passed away March 23. He was the son of Barney and Lori Gingell and their companions Jill Miller and Sonny Dowin. Jeremy is also survived by his companion, Tabitha Murphy of Waynesboro; children, Jailyn, Julana and Jace Gingell; brother, Joshua Gingell of Chambersburg; maternal grandparents, George and Dorothy Seiferd; aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews.
Betty Ann Goddard, 88, of Westminster, passed away March 24 at her residence. She was the former wife of the late Ray B. Goddard. Betty is survived by son, Ray Q. Goddard of Canton, MD, son and daughter-in-law, Stephen P. and Ann Marie Goddard of Pasadena; daughter and son-in-law, Denise and Chip Velte of Westminster; grandchildren, Thomas, Joshua and Megan Velte and Matthew, William and Amanda Goddard; and great-grandchildren, Amelia Velte and William Goddard.
Emily Lee (Cashell) Graham, 71, of Westminster, passed away March 19. She was the wife of the late Richard Price Graham. Emily is survived by sister, Lois Marie Randall, of Manchester; brother, Andrew Jackson Cashell IV of Fairfield; nieces, Bonita Ryncewicz, Linda Pfleiderer, Jennifer Cashell, Amy Cashell; nephews, Charles C. Randall II, and Christopher A. Cashell; great-nephews and greatniece.
Felix Frank Grzymala, 82, of Sykesville, passed away March 18 at the Dove House. He is survived by daughters, Roseanna Bertel, Teresa Hornbach; sons, Frank Grzymala and Felix Grzymala, Jr.; sisters, Antoinette Gonzalez, Joana Sharply Sercus, Bertha Duket; brothers, Stanley Grzymala and Thaddeus Grzymala; grandchildren, Amanda Dolehanty, Joshua and Jessica Reese, Frankie, Gisselle and Isabella Grzymala; and great-grandchildren, Corey Stevenson, Zoey Buta and Emerson and Caroline Reese.
Gordon Gerald Hanauer passed away March 20. Surviving are brother, Kenneth Hanauer and his wife Sheila; sister-in-law, Marilyn, wife of the late Robert Hanauer; and nieces and nephews, Robin Cook, Blair Hanauer, Dwight Hanauer, Tim Hanauer, Karen Hanauer-Styers.
Maxine Jean Cialella Hindle, 51, of Sykesville, passed away March 20 at her home. She was the daughter of Maxine Artha Dodds Cialella of Aberdeen and the late Carmen Michael Cialella, and the wife of John David Hindle of Sykesville. Also surviving are sons, Joshua Tyler Hindle of Towson and Gabe David Hindle of Sykesville; daughter, Grace Allison Hindle of Sykesville; brother, Charles Cielella of Jessup; sisters, Deborah Ann Boudra of Glen Burnie, Mary Elizabeth Cialella-Smith of Flowing Branch, GA and Alice Theresa Cialella of Long Island, NY; and mother-in-law, Elizabeth Anne Hauf of Towson.
Dorothy "Dot" Hoover, 94, passed away March 21 at Golden Crest Assisted Living in Manchester. She was the wife of the late Sterling W. Hoover. Surviving are daughters, Virginia White and husband Frank of Hampstead, Elizabeth "Betsy" Johnson and husband Doug of Manchester; grandchildren, Shane Johnson and wife Brandy of Jacksonville, FL, Melanie Tindale and husband John of Columbia, Jesse and wife Kim of Hampstead, Christopher and wife Tiffany of Baltimore, and Julie Johnson of Jacksonville; great-grandchildren, Calyn, Griffen, and Trinity Johnson, Josh, Jillian, and Jessica Tindale, Lewin Johnson, and Alexis White.
Jack E. Howe, 81, passed away March 19 at the Gettysburg Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Caroline N. (Plank) Howe; daughters, Cindy J. Scott and husband, Harry and Kandy B. Long and husband, Craig, all of Gettysburg; sons, Michael E. Howe and wife, Mary of Mechanicsburg and Tony S. Howe and wife, Michelle of Dillsburg; grandchildren, Becki, Kristy, Andrew, Matthew, Daniel, Alex and Nate; great-grandchildren, Kaedyn, McKinley, Mason, Sawyer and Kamden; brother, Bob Howe of Tucson, AZ; and sister, Dorothy L. Hoffman of Carlisle.
Joseph Leroy Hyle, 61, passed away March 18 at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. He was the son of Betty J. (Kemp) Hyle of Littlestown and the late Howard K. Hyle, Jr., and the husband of Diana Lynn (Poole) Hyle. Also surviving are daughters, Stacey N. Howey and husband, Michael of Sykesville, and Terri L. Dotterer and husband, Michael of Reisterstown; grandchildren, Ryan, Makayla, Nathan and Amelia; brothers, Robert "Bobby" G. Hyle of Littlestown, Howard K. Hyle, III and wife, Joyce of Hanover; sister, Barbara C. Merson of Littlestown; godchildren, Kristina Gavin and Autumn Kochis; nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews.
Dorothy Jeanne Nary Johnston, 84, a resident of Senior Citizens Home in Henderson, NC, passed away January 27. She was the wife of the late Bruce A Johnston. She is survived by sister, Louise Baker and husband Bob, of Boiling Springs, PA.
David F. Jones, 82, passed away March 25 at Susquehanna Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Columbia. He was the husband of Sandra L. (Huffman) Jones. Also surviving are children, Davey Jones of Roanoke, VA, Robin Jones and Mike Jones, both of Toana, VA, Jeffrey Jones of McSherrystown, Melissa Forry and her husband Richard of Dover, and Stephanie Rummel of Hanover; grandchildren; siblings, Helen McCormick and her husband Mac of Texas, Jack Jones and his wife Jeanette and Cheryl Neal, all of Williamsburg, VA, and Robert Jones of Toano, VA.
Martha, "Dolly," Kable, 61, passed away February 23 at her home. She is survived by Charles H. Kable III and wife, Helen, of Herndon, VA; Muriel Ann K. Walsh of Scituate, MA; Susan K. Williams and husband, Jeffery, of Springfield, VA; Margaret K. Tibbs and husband, Alan, of Brookneal, VA, brother, Dr. John A. Kable and wife Robin of Westminster; nieces, nephews, grandnieces and -nephews.
James Leslie Kelly, 87, of Westminster, passed away March 25 at home. He was predeceased by his wife, Alice Laverne Kelly. James is survived by son, Terry L. Kelly of Westminster, stepson, Michael Stonesifer and wife Darlene of Gettysburg; sister, Virginia "Ginny" Knox of Taneytown; and niece, Susie Alban of Lineboro.
Patrick Joseph Kisicki, 37, of Owings Mills, MD, passed away March 18. He was the son of Donald and Patricia Kisicki; brother of Kevin (Shelley) and Maureen Kisicki; uncle of Owen and Andre. Also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins.
Janet Tuckey Knouse, 88, passed away March 18 at the York Hospital. Her husband, G. Wilmer Knouse, preceded her in death. Surviving are children, Tonya K. White of Arendtsville, Milton E. (Cindy) Knouse II of Gettysburg, and Brian R. (Phyllis) Knouse of Arendtsville; grandchildren, Caitlin (Patrick) Armor, Alexa (Christopher) Cunningham, Jessica (Justin) Junkins, Milton E. (Julie) Knouse III, Matthew Knouse, Carissa (Jason) Colangelo, Kyle (Lindsay) Knouse and Kevin (Melissa) Knouse; stepgrandchildren, Sonja (Ken) Brown, Jacob Smith, and Ben (Abby) Smith; great-grandchildren, Addileigh, Alana, Camden, Kennedy, and Stratton; and sisters, Lorraine T. Barbour of Bendersville, and Nadine T. (Fred) Oyler of Biglerville.
Edward John Koch, Jr., 88, of Sykesville, passed away March 22. He was the husband of Maurine (Hawkins) Koch. Also surviving are daughter and son-in-law, Carol and Edward Heck of Sykesville; brother, Eugene Koch of NJ; granddaughter, Jaclyn Heck; niece and nephews.
Dr. Marvin T. Kohn, 80, of Gettysburg, passed away March 24 at Transitions in Gettysburg. He is survived by his wife, Theresa Corbyn Kohn; son, Andrew Kohn and his partner Donald Jones of Granville, OH; daughters, Alycia Kohn-Reed and her husband William of Rockledge, PA, Bethan D'Angelo and her husband Bernard of Cinaminson, NJ; and grandchildren, Harper Jones and Matthew Reed.
Carolyn L. Krichten, 68, passed away March 21 at the Brethren Home Community in New Oxford. She was the widow of Arthur R. "Pee Wee" Krichten. Surviving are brother, William A. Varnell and his wife, Cynthia of Glen Rock; sisters, Beverly Hoffman and her husband, Jim, and Jeannette Chronister, all of Hanover; nieces and nephews.
Paul M. Krug, 75, formerly of Thomasville, passed away March 22 at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Rita Brown Krug; children, Debra, Steven, Cheryl and Lori; brother, John Krug; grandchildren; great-grandchild; and extended family.
Emily Elizabeth Little, 8, passed away March 18 at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. She was a daughter of Larry Little of Jefferson and Danielle Renee Little of Hanover. Emily is also survived by sister, Arianna Little of Hanover; brothers, Tyler and Colton Little of Jefferson; maternal grandparents, Anthony and Darlene Funk of Hanover; paternal grandparents, Ted and Tina Myers of Jefferson; and maternal great-grandmother, Pauline O'Donnell of Hanover.
Anthony "Tony" A. Locascio, 68, of Westminster, passed away March 22 at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. He was the husband of Susan Dell Locascio. Also surviving are brothers-in-law, Charles W. Dell and Richard A. Dell, both of Manchester; cousins, Linda Garber, Barbara Haines, Amy Knaby, Katie Garber, Jeremy Haines, Jeffrey Haines, Aiden Zepp, Aubrey Zepp, and William Knaby; nieces and nephews.
Mary Stevens Longanecker, 100, passed away in Boulder, CO, March 23. Her husband, Edwin Longanecker, preceded her in death. Mary is survived by children, Helen and Barton Balis of Boulder, CO, John Longanecker and Betsy Hower of Gettysburg, and Edwin and Mary Longanecker of Mt. Pleasant, IA; grandchildren, Rebekah (Darren) Marcus, Eliza Balis, Lori (Alan) Goerdt, Lance (Joe) Poock, and Edwin (Heather) Longanecker III; and great-grandchildren, Katie, Jacob, Jack and Ryan.
Gregory C. Luckenbaugh, 57, of Spring Grove, passed away at home March 24. He was the husband of Lorie J. (Aikins) Luckenbaugh. Also surviving are daughter, Lyndsi Werner and husband Ryan, of Spring Grove, and granddaughter, Zoe.
Charles E. Main, 78, of Woodbine, passed away March 22 at Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, MD. He was the husband of Wanda Lee (Hamilton) Main. Also surviving are children, James Main, Kelley Hoffman and husband Clint, Robert Main and wife Karen, Misty Main, David Main and wife Jennifer, CB Main and wife Beth, and Andrew Main; grandchildren, Clint Hoffman, Wyatt, Ashley, Austin and Brian Main; brother, Robert Main and wife Sandie; sister-in-law, Dana Blank; and cousin, Carol Ann Henicle.
Ada M. Eckenrode Malone, 98, of Mechanicsburg, formerly of Bigler-ville, passed away March 20 at Messiah Village in Mechanicsburg. She was predeceased by her first husband, Ralph L. Eckenrode, Sr., and her second husband, Roy Malone. Ada is survived by son, Ralph L. and wife Yvonne Eckenrode Jr., and granddaughter, Chelsea A. Burton, all of Martinsburg WV; grandsons, Timothy S. and wife Beth Eckenrode of Pittsburgh, S. Cody and wife Heather Eckenrode of Martinsburg; and great- grandsons, Baxter S. Eckenrode and Harrison L. Eckenrode, both of Pittsburgh, Lincoln R. Eckenrode and great-granddaughter, Jillian S. Burton, both of Martinsburg.
Mildred Greenfield Marshall, 99, lifetime resident of Glen Burnie, passed away March 20. She is survived by daughters, Clara Greenfield Chalk of Pasadena, Mildred Alice Roche of Westminster; grandchildren; great-grandchildren and great-great- grandchildren.
Mary B. McQuaide, 90, of Luther Ridge in Chambersburg, passed away March 26 at the Gettysburg Hospital. She was predeceased by her husband, Hugh B. McQuaide. Mary is survived by children, Robert L. McQuaide and wife Marilyn of Gettysburg, Nancy McQuaide of Newton, MA, and Virginia "Ginny" Williamson of Lawrence, KS; grandchildren, Aaron, Cara and Joel Snyder, Brendan and Dylan McQuaide; stepgrandchildren, Joseph, James and Erin Williamson; and great-grandchildren, Evan, Veda and Livia.
Jacob T. Moore, 28, of Spring Grove, passed away at home March 20. He was the son of James and Sharon (McKinney) Moore. Jacob is also survived by maternal grandmother, Fairy Carver; brothers, Chris, Timothy, James, Samuel, Nathan and John Moore; sisters, Amy Hartman, Sarah Moore and Ruth Moore; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Albert Eugene Musgrove, 66, of Mt Airy, passed away March 22 at his home. He was the husband of Sherry (Frizzell) Musgrove. Also surviving iare stepson, Edward Cason III of New Market; sister and brother-in-law, Betty and Frank Ellis of Essex, MD; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Terry and Kenneth Hamby of Waynesboro, PA; uncle and aunt, Robert and Carolyn Musgrove of Levine, AZ; nieces and nephews.
Gilbert L. Nespeca, 80, of Cashtown, and Youngstown, OH, passed away March 23 at the Gettysburg Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Sue McCleaf Nespeca; daughter, Lisa Nespeca (Greg Sanders), Oak Park, IL; son, John Nespeca, Tryon, NC; grandchildren, Sydney Mizzelle, Dominic and Orlando Sanders, and Amelia and Jasper Nespeca; nephews and nieces, Susan (Anthony) Muscatello and David (Susan) Nespeca, Youngstown, OH, Larry (Christy) and Thomas (Rebecca) McCleaf, Sarah (Nicholas) Ruffner, Chantel Hassinger, Coye (Linda) Shoop, and Cristy (Rob) Lucia; and brothers-in-law, Larry and Ronald (Phyllis) McCleaf, all from Pennsylvania.
Nicholas Wayne Newman, 64, passed away at Manor Care York-North March 19. He was the husband of Darlene M. Newman. Nick is also survived by daughters, Audrey E. Clapper of Aliquippa, Desiree N. Wilson of Midlothian, VA, and Cathy L. Harner of East Berlin; son, Douglas M. Newman of York; grandchildren, Alexis, Cedric, Evan, Trent, and Bryce; brothers, Ronald J. Newman, Earl H. Newman, and Patrick J. Newman; nieces and nephews.
LaVerne Frances Nottingham, 76, passed away March 21 at Lorien of Taneytown. Surviving are sons and daughters-in-law, Ronald B. and Vivia Nottingham of Rancho Cucamonga, CA, and Kevin M. and Clair Nottingham of Westminster; sisters, June Zollickoffer of Baltimore, Marty Allen of Arbutus, MD, Ruth Mahlstedt of Baltimore, and Mary Lou Hodges of Finksburg; brother, Harry Linthicum, Jr. of Baltimore; grandchildren, Justin and his wife, Christy, Cory, Seth, Christian, Keely, and Kacy Nottingham; great-grandson, Brooks Nottingham; nieces and nephews.
Mary Louise Okutman, 83, of Sykesville, passed away March 22 at Carroll Hospital Center. She was the wife of the late Abdulkadir Sani Okutman. Surviving are children, Leyla Fabich, Sharon (Keith) Brock, Carol (Robert) Lind, David (Jennifer) Okutman; Karen (David) Gilmore; and sister, Audrey Hall.
James "Jim" Gray Phelps, Jr., 85, of Sykesville, passed away March 26 at Carroll Hospice, Inc.-Dove House in Westminster. He was the husband of Trevor S. (Spiers) Phelps. Survived by children, James G. Phelps III and wife Sandy, Patricia Evans and husband Richard, Sean L. Phelps and wife Renae, Richard Powell and wife Christine, Susan Isensee and husband Steven, Rebecca O'Toole and husband Kevin; brothers and sisters from Richmond, VA; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
William F. Reynolds, 68, of Gettysburg, passed away February 23 at York Hospital. He was the husband of Margaret Black. William is also survived by son, William and his wife Audrea; daughter, Tara and her husband William Schenk; grandchildren, Skylar, Shannon and Nikolas; sister, Margaret (George) Gernon; nephew, George Gernon; niece, Meg Gearing and husband James; and great-niece, Emma Grace.
Charles Samuel Rose, 75, of Fairfield, passed away March 25. He is survived by his wife, Joyce A. (Weston) Rose; children, Samuel R. and wife Aurita (Reed) Rose and Elizabeth R. and husband Gideon M. Swankler of Waynesboro, and Susan R. and husband Chief Richard L. Hileman II of Carroll Valley; grandchildren, Cory Flasher, Emma Rose, Matthew, Michael, Mara Beth, and Mason Swankler; sisters, M. Joanne Foreman, wife of G. William Foreman, Dorothy L. Duncan, wife of David L. Duncan and Phyllis A. Colvin, wife of Thomas W. Colvin, all of Bedford; nieces and nephews.
Francis (Frank) L. Samborski, Jr., 85 of Sykesville, passed away March 21 at his home in Fairhaven. He was the husband of Nettie M. (Rusk) Samborski. Frank is also survived by sons, Michael Injeian and Anthony Injeian; daughters, Barbara Massimino, Sherry Goddard and Joan Kinney; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and sisters, Constance Rogers and Elizabeth Wood.
Edward A. (Al) Schutz, Jr., 82, of Westminster, formerly of Reisterstown, passed away March 23 at his home. He was married to Linda Schutz. Also surviving are sons, Michael and his wife Esther Schutz of West Grove, PA, and David and his wife Susan Schutz of Loveland, OH; grandchildren, Zachary and his wife Karen Schutz of Burke, VA, Ben Schutz of Loveland, OH, Carissa Schutz of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Luke Schutz of West Grove, PA; great-grandson, Logan Schutz of Burke, VA; brothers, Daniel Schutz of Catonsville and William Schutz of Ocean Isle Beach, NC; sisters-in-law, Mary Schutz of Ocean Isle Beach, NC, and Doris Schutz of Laguna Beach, CA; cousin, Sue Murray of Gainsville, VA; nieces and nephews, Pam, Karen, Kirk, Kris, Jeffrey, Melissa, and Jami; and grandnieces and nephews.
D. "Todd" Senft, 59, passed away March 20 at the Lebanon Veterans Administration Medical Center. He was the husband of Pamela Ann (Kuhn) Senft. Todd is also survived by son, Scott A. Senft and his wife, Edna of Hanover; and grandchildren, Alexandria A. Senft, Zander J. Senft, and Marc A. Delaney, all of Hanover.
Wade William Shifflett, Sr., 75 of Randallstown, passed away March 22 at Transitions Health Care in Sykesville. He was the husband of Rhea Noreen Shifflett of Randallstown. Also surviving are sons and daughters-in-law, Wade William Shifflett Jr. and his wife Amelia of Frederick, Thomas W. Shifflett of Carroll County, and Richard Kenneth Green and his wife Shari of Westminster; daughter, Denise Bopst of Randallstown; brother, Danny Shipley of Baltimore Co.; sisters, Shirley Kennedy and Faye Smith, both of Florida; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Loretta Mae Shipley, 78, of Marriottsville, passed away March 25 in Union Bridge. Survivors include sister, Ruth Ann Fisher of Sykesville; nephew, Charles M. Coles, Jr. and wife Mary Jeanne of Union Bridge; niece, Janet L. Boyce and husband Steve of Sykesville; great-nieces and -nephews, Beth, Katie and Charlie Coles, all of Union Bridge, and McKenna and Megan Boyce, both of Sykesville.
Jason Patrick Simpkins, 19, of Ellicott City, formerly of Hampstead, passed away at University of Maryland Shock Trauma. Jason is survived by his parents, Scott Simpkins of Ellicott City and Regina Simpkins of Hampstead; siblings, Kelli Simpkins of Seattle, WA, Ryan Simpkins of Hampstead, Heidi and Holly Simpkins of Ellicott City; paternal uncles, Scott Friend, Steve Simpkins, Jack Simpkins and Rick Landsiedel; maternal uncle, Ricky Coots and aunt, Sherri Maynor; paternal grandparents, Dave and Theresa Simpkins of Seattle; and maternal grandparents, Fred and Sandra Coots of Colcord, WV.
James (Jim) Anthony Slingluff, 63, passed away March 20 in Reisterstown. He was the son of Pastor James B. Slingluff and Jean A. Vodenichar, of Westminster. Also surviving are sister, Joyce Wilbur and brother-in-law, Edward John of Alexandria, VA; sister, Dorothy Slingluff; sister-in-law, Marion Lang of Charlottesville, VA; niece, Emily (Tom) Bouman; great-niece, Barbara Jean Bouman of Carlisle; nephew, Scott Wilbur of Alexandria, VA; godchildren; aunts, uncles and cousins.
Eloise I. Snyder, 86, passed away March 23 at Wellspan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital in York. She was the widow of Kenneth M. Snyder. Eloise is survived by daughter, Christine A. Lee and her husband, Harvey of Littlestown; grandsons, Thomas and Padriac Lee, both of Littlestown; and sister, Janet C. Jamison of York.
Anna Deatrick Stahle, 92, former Adams Co. resident, passed away at her home in Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY, February 23. She was the widow of John C. “Buck” Stahle. Anna is survived by children, Steve of Seattle, Anne (Al) Groh of Hingham, MA, and Brad (Carol) of Goshen, NY; grandchildren, Michael (Elena) Groh, Matt (Courtney) Groh, and Ashley Shaffer; and great-grandsons, Cort Groh and Cameron and Conner Shaffer.
Anne Weidner Subrizi, 84, passed away March 15 at her home in Sarasota, FL. She was the widow of Ricardo "Rick" Subrizi. Anne is survived by sons, Anthony (Patricia), Robert (Anne); grandchildren, Mark, Catherine, Vincent and Samuel; sister, Margaret; brother, Gerard; and other Subrizi relatives in New York.
Wilbur Lee Sweigart, 83, of Gettysburg, passed away March 21 at his home. He is survived by his wife, Gail B. (Jones) Sweigart; sons, Richard L. Sweigart and wife Jan of York, SC, and William B. Sweigart and wife Jennifer of Phoenix, MD; grandchildren, Amber Moody and husband Lee, Rachel Walters and husband Michael, Scott, Emily, Brad and Thomas James Sweigart; great-grandchildren, Sarah Jane Moody and Thomas Charles Walters; sister-in-law, Dolly Sweigart of Newville; cousin, Janet Wolfe and her husband Gordon, of Elizabethtown.Laverne B. Tuckey, 86, formerly of Gardners, passed away March 22 at the Church of God Home in Carlisle. He was the widower of Dorothy E. Hoff Tuckey. Laverne is survived by sons, Bradley D. (Vicki) Tuckey of Loysville, Wade J. (Paula) Tuckey of Gardners, and Jeffrey A. (Teresa) Tuckey of York Springs; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and sister, Viola Taylor of Aspers.
Jan Wahlgren, 82, Lutherville resident, passed away March 24. She was the wife of Bob Wahlgren. Also surviving are children, Bruce Wahlgren of Finksburg, Lisa Moskios of Timonium, MD, and Doug Wahlgren of Wellington, FL; grandchildren, Nathan Wahlgren, Allyson Brothers, Stephanie Moskios, Emily Moskios and Daniel and Samuel Wahlgren.
Robert Owen Wheeler, Sr., 74, of Woodbine, passed away March 19 at the Dove House. He was the husband of Shirley (Brosh) Wheeler. Also surviving are son, Robert Owen Wheeler, Jr. of Woodbine; sisters, June Darby, Judy Tindle, and brother, Donald Wheeler, all of Davenport, FL.
Eloise Elizabeth Wooden, 94, of Westminster, formerly of Mt. Airy, passed away March 24 at the Dove House. She was the wife of the late Edward J. Wooden; and sister of Dorothy Gosnell, Vivian Hann, Joan Smith, Hershel Frizzell, Evon Ripley, Arta Gartrell, Horace, Paul, Truman and Newall Frizzell.
Oswald "Ozzie" Wuethrich, 90, of Gettysburg, and formerly of Watertown, WI, passed away March 19 at his home. He was the husband of Doris (Zubke) Wuethrich. Ozzie is also survived by son, Neal Wuethrich and his wife Helen, of Gettysburg; grandchildren, Dennis of Colorado, David and his wife Amanda of Fairfield, Monica and her husband Jim, of Spring Grove; and great-grandchildren, Darik, Gavin, Peyton, Lydia and Ryland.
Dorothy Francis (Scarberry) Zucco, 91, passed away March 15. She is survived by her husband, James L. Zucco; children, Dottie Harkless (Jim) and James L. Zucco, Jr.; grandchildren, David Scott (Anne); Suzanne Altpeter (Lee); Christina Zucco Schmitt (Joe); Anna Zucco; and Benjamin Zucco (Laura); sister, Betty Sue Ferguson; and great-grandchildren.
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