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|Fawley, Lawrence Eugene
Birth: 1943-08-20 in Washington, DC
|Lawrence Eugene Fawley (Larry), 67, of Waldorf died September 3, 2010 at home under Hospice care. Born August 20, 1943 in Washington, DC, he was the son of the late Carroll Edward Fawley and the late Marguerite Virginia Watts. He loved horse racing, country music, and spending time with family, friends, and members of Grace Brethren Church.|
Predeceased by his parents; brother, Roger William Watts, III; and granddaughter, Heather Ann Garner.
Survived by his wife of 35 years, Zida Shirley Fawley; daughter, Charlotte M. Barlow of Pomfret, MD and Jennifer L. Fawley of Waldorf, MD; son, John E. Fawley of Westover, MD; sister, Carol and her husband Michael Meadows of Myrtle Beach, SC, and Linda and her husband Daniel Thompson of Hughesville, MD. Also survived by grandchildren, Sarah Fawley, Danielle Fawley, and Cheyenne Fawley; and great-grandchildren, Alexia Fawley and Emma Bailey; and other relatives.
Visitation: Thursday, September 9, 2010 from 9:30-11:00AM with a funeral service at 11 AM at Grace Brethren Church (13000 Zekiah Drive, Waldorf, MD 20602).
Clergy: Pastor Jeff Thornley.
Pallbearers: Paul Thompson, Billy Thompson, Kenny Windsor, James Jordan, David Carter, and Joe Fuller.
Interment: Trinity Memorial Gardens - Waldorf, MD.
Memorial contributions: Hospice of Charles County (PO Box 1703, La Plata, MD 20646) OR Grace Brethren Church Youth Group (13000 Zekiah Drive, Waldorf, MD 20602).
Arrangements provided by Raymond Funeral Service.
|Crampton, Carol Anne
|Day, Lizette Thomas
Birth: 1928-10-25 in Baltimore, Maryland
|Lizette T. Day, 82, of Hollywood, MD, Sotterley Plantation docent and volunteer, Master Gardener, member of Garden Club of Southern Maryland and the League of Women Voters, mother and grandmother, passed peacefully after a brief re-encounter with cancer on Friday September 3, 2010 at St. Mary's Hospital.|
Lizette was born Marta Lizette Thomas in Baltimore, Maryland on October 25th, 1928 to John Bosley Thomas (Baltimore City chemist and researcher on defense projects during both world wars), and Marguerite Maas Thomas, concert pianist. Lizette attended the Maryland Institute College of Art, then married Gaylord Hill Day of Baltimore in 1948, accompanying him on a series of industrial and later governmental postings in the Caribbean islands, Venezuela, Colombia and Iran until she returned to Baltimore in 1964 to oversee their son's education.
Upon her husband's retirement, Lizette took a position as docent and Gaylord as public relations manager at the Sotterley Plantation historic manor in 1976. The couple resided at Sotterly Plantation in Brink Cottage, which overlooks the Patuxent. Lizette and Gaylord lived there until his death in 1985 - with Lizette continuing to reside there late into the 1990s. Lizette was intimately involved with Sotterley as it developed from a private house with limited public access to a museum establishment with a professional staff.
Lizette had a full, rich life - which took her overseas where her warmth, beauty and joy in living enriched small expatriate colonies and where she and her husband established strong friendships within the larger local community. On their arrival in Sotterley, Mr. and Mrs. Day were fortunate to be welcomed into the heart of St. Mary's County, developing another set of friendships which sustained her after her husband's passing.
Lizette was fully engaged in life and was blessed with an interest and affection for people which endeared her to many and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
A Memorial will be held at Sotterley Plantation, 44300 Sotterley Lane, Hollywood, MD on Sunday, October 24, 2010 from 3:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Arrangements by the Brinsfield Funeral Home, P.A., Leonardtown, MD.
|Sinsel, Nicholas Alan
Birth: 1992-10-24 in La Plata, Maryland
|Nicholas Alan Sinsel, 17, of La Plata, Maryland, died from injuries sustained in a dirt bike accident on September 2, 2010 at Prince Georges Hospital Trauma Center surrounded in love by his family and friends.|
Born on October 24, 1992 in La Plata, Maryland he is the son of E. Alan Sinsel and Becky Goldsmith Sinsel, both of La Plata, Md.
Nicholas was educated by the Charles County Public School system. He had worked at Safeway in La Plata and the Blue Crabs Stadium in Waldorf, Maryland.
He was a free-spirited young man who brought laughter into the lives of all those privileged enough to know him. Nicholas played football in the Charles County Youth Football League starting at age 4 and continued until he was 13. He played for the Indian Head Braves and the La Plata Blue Knights, where he met many wonderful families, especially the Waldbauer family. He had a love of music and an incredible natural talent which enabled him to play numerous musical instruments. Including the viola, upright bass, guitar, drums, keyboards and bass guitar. He was involved in the Maryland Point Baptist Church Youth Band and was currently playing drums in the Eyes of the Ancient band.
Nicholas had a loving heart and especially enjoyed spending time with his family and close friends. He will be remembered for his uncanny sense of humor, quick wit, and mischievous smile.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sister, Holly Sinsel (20), and his half-sisters Natalie Fox (7), Mackenzie Fox (6) and Alaina Fox (4), all of La Plata, Md.
Grandparents, E. Paul and Alice "Sweetie" Sinsel of La Plata, Md., Ruth and Art Creighton of LaPlata, Md. and the late Billy Goldsmith of Chapel Point, Md.
Aunts and uncles are Caryn Sinsel Daniele and her husband, Larry; Paul Goldsmith and his wife Julianna, Judy Fields and her husband, Dan; Dottie Moats; Joe Goldsmith, and Teresa Willingham and her husband, Steve.
Cousins are Jeff Bowie, Jennifer Moats Bowling, Andrew Willingham and Cheyenne Goldsmith.
Extended family members include step-father, Carlin Fox, Emily and Caitlin Fox, Darlene Schick, and many other relatives.
Funeral arrangements are being handled by Arehart-Echols Funeral Home, P.A. La Plata, Md. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, September 7th at the Sacred Heart Church La Plata, Md. from 4 to 8pm with a prayer service beginning at 7pm. A mass of Christian Burial will be held at Sacred Heart Church at 10am on Wednesday, September 8th. Burial will take place at St. Charles Cemetery in Glymont, Md
|Baker, James Andrew
Birth: 1951-12-07 in Budd's Creek, Maryland
|James Andrew Baker, 58, known to family and friends as "Andy Brown", peacefully departed this life on September 2, 2010.|
James was born on December 7, 1951 in Budd's Creek, MD, to Alice Pauline and the late Robert Q. Baker Sr. He accepted Christ in his life, was baptized, and became a member of St. Matthew's Free Gospel Church of Christ, Leonardtown, MD on March 19, 2006. He was educated in the St. Mary's County public school system where he graduated from Chopticon High School, Morganza, MD.
Following graduation, James enlisted into the United States Army. Following his military service, James worked for the St. Mary's County Government for 2 years. He then followed in his father's footsteps, and began to work at the Indian Head Naval Ordinance Station in Indian Head, MD, where he worked for 34 years until he retired.
James enjoyed being around his family and lending a helping hand when needed. He always had a witty remark for any situation (i.e., I'll throw salt in your eyes or I'll scratch your eyes out), this is an inside joke for the family. He was an usher and a member of the St. Matthew's Men's Choir. He enjoyed watching all sports and the cooking channel. James also was a DJ for many occasions such as, cookouts, weddings and different fundraisers. He enjoyed being with his companion, Felicia and the girls, this made him very happy.
He leaves to cherish his loving memories, his beloved companion, Felicia Cutchember and three daughters: Patrice, Shawnese, Sherice ; two granddaughters Kaelani and Talia; mother, Alice Pauline; sisters: Theresa Maddox, Paulette, Agnes, Marie and Pamela, brothers: James (Dicky) Brown, Robert Jr, Lewis, and Charles; one brother-in-law, John Maddox; two sister-in-laws: Denise and Linda; host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, other family and friends; three goddaughters: Ciera Young, Shaquan Bush, Shambre' Young.
Family will receive friends for James Life Celebration on Thursday, September 9, 2010 from 9:30 a.m. until time of Service at 11:00 a.m. in the Brinsfield-Echols Funeral Home, P.A., Charlotte Hall, MD with Bishop Daniel Jones officiating.
Interment will follow in Charles Memorial Gardens, Leonardtown, MD.
Arrangements provided by Brinsfield-Echols Funeral Home, P.A.
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