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|McCoy, Virginia Gloria
|Virginia Gloria McCoy, 99, on Friday, February 20, 2015 of Waldorf, MD. |
Beloved wife of the Late Robert Edward McCoy Sr. Loving mother of Shirley E. Partonen (Frank). Grandmother of Michael (Leslie), Mark (Laurie). Great Grandmother of Jake, Samantha, Heather, Carol, and Nicholas Pantonen. Great-Great Grandmother of Brianna Noelle Partonen.
Relatives and Friends may call at the Huntt Funeral Home, 3035 Old Washington Road Waldorf, MD, on Wednesday February 25, 2015 from 2-4PM and 6-8PM. Where Funeral Service will be held 10AM Thursday February 26, 2015. Interment Trinity Memorial Gardens, Waldorf, MD. Arrangements provided by Huntt Funeral Home.
|Cullins, Kimberley Ann
Birth: 1959-02-27 in Denver, Colorado
|Kimberley Ann "Kim" Rubala Cullins, 55, of Mechanicsville, MD has left behind a widely-known legacy of joy, love and laughter. She passed away on Friday, February 20, 2015, surrounded by family, her favorite jazz tunes, and the warm thoughts of her many friends.|
Born on February 27, 1959 in Denver, CO to the late Mike and Phyllis (Lomicka) Rubala, she was adopted by her loving aunt Marjorie and [late] uncle Frank Rubala and raised in Mechanicsville, MD.
In her professional life, Kim was a dedicated employee and advocate of St. Mary's County, serving as marketing specialist for the Museum Division of its Department of Recreation and Parks for the past 14 years. Her most treasured accomplishment was the creation of the Potomac Jazz & Seafood Festival, hosted annually at the St. Clements Island Museum and drawing thousands of supporters and world-class jazz acts since 2001. Many will also recall her planning and first-hand involvement in various museum fundraisers, including her celebrated recurring role as "Daphne DiMarco" in the annual Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner.
In 2013, Kim was named St. Mary's County Administrative Employee of the Year. She was also an active member of the St. Mary's County Chamber of Commerce, the Southern Maryland Heritage Area Consortium, and Board Member and Secretary of the Chamber's Tourism and Hospitality Advisory Council. Over the past two years, Kim also shared her talents, and passion for "love" by officiating weddings around the tri-county area.
Kim was a graduate of Chopticon High School and St. Mary's College of Maryland. Kim's boundless energy allowed her to pursue her many passions which centered on spending time with her countless friends, loving 'Prince,' and three beautiful daughters. From high school buddies to long-distance jazz 'cats', sassy 'girlfriends' to strangers on the street, Kim's laughter and light was shared by all, and embodied by her trademark line, "It's all about the love."
In addition to her mother, "Margie" Rubala, Kim is survived by her fiancé and 'Prince Charming,' Mark A. Markovich; her source of pride and joy, daughters: Robin Cullins (Southern Pines, NC), Leah Cullins (Washington, D.C.) and Cassie Cullins (Los Angeles, CA); and her brother, Mike Rubala and his wife Penny, of Colorado.
Family will receive friends for Kim's Life Celebration and Soul Jam on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., with a Service of Love and Remembrance at 7:00 p.m., at Brinsfield Funeral Home, 22955 Hollywood Road, Leonardtown, MD. Please dress for a celebration.
In lieu of flowers, contributions on behalf of Kim's memory may be made to Friends of St. Clements Island and Piney Point Museums, 38370 Point Breeze Road, Colton's Point, MD 20626 or Hospice of St. Mary's, P.O. Box 625, Leonardtown, MD 20650. Arrangements by the Brinsfield Funeral Home, P.A.
|Crouse, Marinel Elizabeth
|Marinel Elizabeth Crouse, 92, of La Plata, MD died on February 20, 2015 at the Sagepoint Senior Living (formerly Charles County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center) in La Plata, MD.|
Marinel was a sales clerk at Sears & Roebuck for 25 plus years. She enjoyed traveling with retired friends from work.
She is the daughter of the late Harry Mitchell Dillard and the late Martha Lillian Coleman Dillard. She is also predeceased by her husband, Jewell Dean Crouse. She is survived by her sons, Gary Crouse and David Crouse and his wife Tammey; her daughter, Carla Painter and her husband Leonard; her brother, Richard Dillard; and her sister, Lewellen King. Also survived by nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Friends received on Friday, February 27, 2015 from 5PM until time of Funeral Service at 7PM at Raymond Funeral Service Chapel, 5635 Washington Avenue, La Plata, MD 20646. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery. Memorials are asked to Alzheimer’s Association. Arrangements provided by Raymond Funeral Service.
|Gebicke, Roger William
|Roger William Gebicke, 65, of La Plata, MD died February 20, 2015 at the University of MD Charles Regional Medical Center in La Plata, MD.|
Roger was a 1968 graduate of Oxon Hill High School where he played football and attended the University of MD College in College Park, MD. He was also a Veteran of the United States Air Force, having served during Vietnam from 1969-1972. He was a construction supervisor for 30 plus years at TLG & Associates.
He is the son of the late Louis William Gebicke and the living Mary Blincowe Gebicke. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his beloved companion, Kathy Nielsen; his brother, Thomas L. Gebicke and his wife Donna; his nephew, Thomas S. Gebicke; his niece, Meagan M. Battaglia; and his great niece, Madison Battaglia. Also survived by many cousins and good friends.
Friends received on Thursday, February 26, 2015 from 1PM until time of Memorial Service at 3PM at Raymond Funeral Service Chapel, 5635 Washington Avenue, La Plata, MD 20646. Interment at Arlington National Cemetery. Memorials are asked to Charles County Volunteer Rescue Squad, PO Box 40, La Plata, MD 20646. Arrangements provided by Raymond Funeral Service.
|Webber, Craig Thomas
Birth: 1985-11-27 in Jacksonville, North Carolina
|Craig Thomas Webber, 29, of Lusby, MD was born on November 27, 1985, in Jacksonville, North Carolina. |
He lived his life with many adventures, though at times there were some misadventures. He was a protector and jokester to his older sister, Andrea Katherine and younger brother, Aaron Matthew Webber. He was the captain of his “Papa” Rotella’s boat at an early age, learning everything he could about being a fisherman. This love of the water brought Craig to pursue a career in the Navy in July 2004. What Craig learned of the water in the Navy was not compared to the riches he acquired in meeting the love of his life, Rose Mendoza.
Craig married his “Rose” on March 16, 2007. Craig dove into a new life with Rose. They learned and played golf and traveled to many places such as Hawaii and Japan among family and created a beautiful, lighted path in their happy life, formulating many friends across the globe along the way. Craig left the Navy in July 2008 after serving honorably for four years.
His love of the water and having learned all its secrets, Craig continued this pursuit and enrolled in underwater welding school in Seattle, Washington. He graduated, and with tenacity that Craig could only do when he set his mind to it, worked as an off-shore worker in New Iberia, Louisiana. Craig’s plans to happily retire with a family in Myrtle Beach fishing and golfing with Rose was not meant to be because he was taken from this world and set on a different chart on the ocean on February 20, 2015.
Craig will be missed as a protector and big brother to Aaron Webber, an obnoxious brother and jokester to his sister Andrea Webber, a smiling and happy son to his proud parents Paula and Thomas Webber, a fisherman and captain to his “Papa” and Grandma Colleen, a grandson and boxer to his Grandma Webber, a Uncle to his little Sarah Anne, and most of all to his beautiful wife Rose Webber. This short sermon is but a miniscule reminder of the wealth of light and love and beautiful memories he graced with his brief presence on this earth.
Arrangements provided by Rausch Funeral Home.
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