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Olsen, Cynthia Ann

Birth: 1955-03-21
Death: Monday, July 01, 2013
Laid to Rest: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 in the Trinity Memorial Gardens, Waldorf, Maryland
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Click to see full size photoCindy Olsen was born on March 21, 1955 and died July 1, 2013 at St Mary’s Hospital. She was the daughter of William J. Winkleman, III (deceased) and Mary Winkleman Liverman. She was preceded in death by her sister, Karen and brother, Willie.

She is survived by her husband of 40 years, David; loving son, Jeremy; dear girlfriend of son, Connie; brother, Michael and his wife, Lori as well as all of our loving in-laws, nieces and nephews.

She was an avid quilter, sewer and reader who loved to do all three as often as she could. She met regularly with four of her closest friends at a quilting bee, as well as other friends at a monthly meeting of Casual Quilters. She was the current president of the Maryland chapter of American Sewing Guild and was a past president of Quilters Guild of Southern Maryland. She was a member of the Red Hat Society as well.

She enjoyed traveling with her husband on vacation such as trips to England, Scotland, a cross country driving trip to South Dakota, as well as numerous other trips.

She is a member of Immaculate Conception Church in Mechanicsville, MD, was a CCD teacher for many years, as well as a member of the 11:00 am choir for many years.

Friends received on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 from 5-8PM with Wake Service at 7PM at Raymond Funeral Chapel, 5635 Washington Avenue, La Plata, MD 20646. Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at 11AM at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 28297 Old Village Road, Mechanicsville, MD 20659. Interment to follow at Trinity Memorial Gardens in Waldorf, MD.

Arrangements provided by Raymond Funeral Service.

Dare, Raymond Wilbur, Sr.

Birth: 1920-08-13 in Washington, D.C.
Residence: Solomons, Maryland
Death: Sunday, June 30, 2013
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Raymond W. Dare, Sr., 92, of Solomons, died June 30, 2013.

He was born to the late William Smith and Edna W. Dare, August 13, 1920, in Washington, DC.

Raymond served as a Corporal in the United States Army during World War II, before being injured in Nancy, France in 1944. He was awarded several military medals, including the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. After he was discharged from the Army, he went on to complete 39 years of service with the Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO) before retiring in 1981.

Raymond is survived by his wife, Nellie Camille Dare, who he was married to for 73 years and his son, Raymond W. Dare, Jr. He is also survived by 2 granddaughters and 5 great-grandchildren.

Friends will be received on Monday, July 8, 2013 from 2-4 and 6-8 pm at Lee Funeral Home Calvert, P.A., 8200 Jennifer Lane, Owings, MD; where services and military honors will be held on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 11:00am.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made out to Calvert Hospice, P.O. Box 838, Prince Frederick, MD 20678.

Arrangements provided by Lee Funeral Home.

Long, James Robert

Birth: 1952-06-26 in Leonardtown, Maryland
Residence: Leonardtown, Maryland
Death: Sunday, June 30, 2013
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James R. Long, 61 of Leonardtown, MD died June 30, 2013 at his residence.

He was born June 26, 1952 in Leonardtown, MD to the late Francis Johnson Long and Pearl Elizabeth Hewitt Long of Temple Hills, MD.

James graduated from Chopticon High School. He was employed by Old South Country Club taking care of all grounds maintenance. His hobbies included collecting antiques, welding, auto body work, and tractors.

In addition to his mother, he is also survived by his son, James Robert Long, Jr., of Mechanicsville, MD; his grandchildren, James Robert Long III and Trinity Jean Jones; and his brother, Charles E. Long (Margaret) of Temple Hills, MD. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his sister, Doris Ellen Bates.

All services will be private.

Arrangements by the Brinsfield Funeral Home, P.A., Leonardtown, MD.

Hammond, George Earl

Birth: 1920-04-27 in Sayre, Pennsylvania
Residence: California, Maryland
Death: Sunday, June 30, 2013
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Click to see full size photoJune 30th just before dawn, George Hammond - a true American Patriot, and most recently resident of the Wildwood Village retirement village in California, Maryland - made his final flight. A World War II veteran (US Army Air Force Captain) and survivor of the daring August 1943 "Operation Tidal Wave" low level daytime bombing mission against the Nazi petroleum complex at Ploesti, Romania, George died peacefully with his family at his side after a brief illness.

George was born 27 April, 1920 in Sayre, Pennsylvania to Earl and Nellie Hammond, the youngest of six children, the product of the Depression years, and a perfect example of "the Greatest Generation" in every respect. A devoted family man, lifelong Episcopalian, Mason, life member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars, he was known for his honesty, integrity, common sense, and his sense of humor. He made a tremendous difference during his life to the United States, helping ensure the freedoms we enjoy today. After attending Penn State University for two years, he enlisted in the Army Air Force (predecessor to the United States Air Force) after the attack on Pearl Harbor and was selected for bombardier/pilot training in the heavy bomber of the time, the B-24 Liberator. George attended flight training at numerous sites around the US, to include Salt Lake City, Utah where he met Marie Graham, whom he wed after only 6 dates; a marriage that would be rock steady for over 70 years. Their union would produce three children, seven grand children, and ten great grand children.

During his war years from 1942 to 1945, George flew 35 bombing missions over occupied France, Germany, and Romania from sites in north east England and North Africa's Benghazi, Libya. For Operation Tidal Wave at a mere 200 feet over the target, George related years later:

"… I could see the boiler house in the midst of the refinery. From that moment on, I did not remove my eyes from that spot. Consequently, I didn't see any of the stuff they were putting up at us, but the boys said they threw everything but the kitchen sink. We passed over the target, just clearing the highest smokestack which was 240 feet tall. Once past the target we dropped down to the deck and gathered a few corn stalks in the bomb bay doors. Then we were on our way out, burning up a lot of .50 cal ammunition at attacking fighters. After 14 hours and some minutes of flying time, we landed back at our base in Libya. At the end of the runway, the engines stopped. We did not have enough gas to taxi back to our dispersal area." "We had taken off that morning with 178 overloaded B-24s…. We lost 53 Liberators, including eight interned in Turkey. Twenty three reached Allied bases on Cyprus, Sicily, and Malta. Eighty eight returned to Benghazi, including 55 with battle damage. Of the 1620 men who got to the target area, 310 were dead and about 130 wounded including those in Romanian captivity whose condition was not known".

Notable persons who George served with in the Eighth Air Force's 389th Bomber Squadron were "Tennessee" Earnie Ford and then Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Stewart who George once served as bombardier for Stewart, the plane commander, on a bombing run over Laupheim, Germany in July 1944. George guided and delivered payloads for Stewart on a primary, then secondary target and was described by Stewart as "very quiet and businesslike".

After the war, George settled into the life of raising a family with Marie in the then rural Kansas City, Missouri area. Over the course of a successful sales representative career through his retirement in the mid 1980's, the Hammond family would see homes in Texas and Alabama, eventually returning to Missouri to take up farming. At the urging of his son and daughter-in-law, residents of Mechanicsville, George and Marie left their farm life and moved to Maryland to be near their youngest children.

George leaves behind his wife Marie, his daughters Nell and Georgia, son Andy, son-in-law Wes, daughter-in-law Jo, as well as thriving grand children and great grand children - all of whom adored George. His stories of travels with Marie, hunting and fishing tales, and his wonderful sense of humor will be missed.

A visitation will be held to remember George on Friday, July 5, 2013 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at the Brinsfield Funeral Home, 22955 Hollywood Road, Leonardtown, MD 20650 followed by a funeral service at 1:00 p.m. Final interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery at a date to be determined.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Mary's Nursing Center, 21585 Peabody Street, Leonardtown, Maryland 20650.

Arrangements by the Brinsfield Funeral Home, P.A., Leonardtown, MD.

Duty, Janet Marie

Birth: 1946-05-20 in Washington, D.C.
Residence: Owings, Maryland
Death: Sunday, June 30, 2013
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Click to see full size photoJanet Marie Duty, age 67, of Owings, MD passed away June 30, 2013 at University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. She was born in Washington, DC on May 20, 1946 to Charles E Moore, III and Ella C. Conley Moore.

Janet was raised in Upper Marlboro, MD and was a graduate of Frederick Sasscer High School. Janet worked as a secretary on Andrews Air Force Base where she met and later married Clarence E. Duty originally of Grundy, VA. They were married on July 2, 1966 at chapel #2 on Andrews. They were transferred to Charleston, South Carolina. They returned to Andrews in 1972 and eventually settled in Forestville MD. After 14 years in Forestville the family relocated to Owings MD, where Janet and Clarence have lived for 27 years.

Janet was preceded in death by her father Charles E. Moore, III, and sister in law Deborah Moore.

Surviving are her husband Clarence E. Duty; children Clarence E. Duty, Jr. and his wife Cindy of Prince Frederick, MD, William Scott Duty and his wife Robyn of Lusby, MD and Laura Christina Nicholson and her husband Paul of Sunderland, MD; grandchildren Rebecca Lauren Duty, Morgan Kyle Duty, Wesley Paul Nicholson, Matthew Ira Duty, Jacob Austin Duty, Taylor Marie Nicholson, Andrew William Duty and Joseph Conley Nicholson; mother Ella C. Moore of Prince Frederick and siblings Lynn Price of Prince Frederick, MD, Thomas E. Moore of Gambrills, MD and Dean Moore and his wife Michael of Carolina Shores, NC.

Arrangements provided by Rausch Funeral Home.

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