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Kane, Teresa Adoremarie
Birth: Sunday, March 07, 1937 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Residence: Leonardtown, Maryland
Death: Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the age of 80
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Teresa Adoremarie Kane, 80, of Leonardtown, MD died Saturday, March 18, 2017 at her home unexpectedly from natural causes. Teresa Adoremarie Summers Kane was born March 7, 1937 in Philadelphia, PA, the daughter of the late Charles Farren Summers and Helen Antonio Summers.

She was united in marriage to James Alfred Kane, Sr. on December 29, 1956 in Philadelphia, PA. He preceded her in death on December 10, 1979. They were married for 24 years. Mrs. Kane retired from a government job in 2002. She enjoyed baking, crocheting, reading, and doing puzzles. Mrs. Kane was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and will be dearly missed; a wonderful woman, a beloved angel.

She is survived by four children, James A. Kane, Jr. and wife Karen, of Taneytown, MD, Victoria Kane-Perry, Sandra Kane Varesko, and Mitch Kane, all of Leonardtown, MD, grandchildren, Marc Muller, of Colorado, Katerina Kane Ford and husband Derek, of NC, Anastasia Kane, of Taneytown, MD, Gladys Smith, of Avenue, MD, Joseph Perry, Lara Perry Boyden and husband Glendon, of Leonardtown, MD, Jonathan Varesko, Christopher Varesko, Erica Varesko, Elizabeth Varesko, and Steven Varesko, all of Leonardtown, MD, nine great grandchildren, and a sister, Helen Holloman, of PA.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Jennifer Kane Varesko; her parents, Charles and Helen Summers, and a sister, Margaret Summers. Services will be held at a later date. Arrangements by the Brinsfield Funeral Home, P.A.

Briscoe, Mary Geneva
Birth: Tuesday, March 19, 1940
Residence: Waldorf, Maryland
Death: Sunday, March 19, 2017 at the age of 77
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On Sunday, March 19, 2017 Mary Geneva Briscoe of Waldorf, Maryland departed this life at University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center in LaPlata, MD following a brief illness. Mary Briscoe, affectionately known as "Geneva" was born on March 19, 1940 the second child of seven to the late Margaret Doris Butler and James E Butler. She attended the Charles County Public School System. She worked as a Charles County Bus Aide for 15 years and also a cook at the Holiday Inn for over 10 years. Geneva loved her family.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by two sons Calvin Frederick and Rufus Nathaniel Briscoe; granddaughter Eugenia Marie Briscoe; great grandson Joseph Tyrell Gray Jr.; Brothers James E. Butler Jr. and James S. Johnson; Brother-in-Law Larry R. Fenwick and a very dear and devoted friend James R. Makle. Geneva leaves to cherish in her memories her daughters Linda Briscoe (Clayton Johnson), Brenda Gray (Joseph) and Lisa Briscoe (John Lancaster); Son Richard Biscoe (Clarissa Plater); Three sisters Mary Fenwick (Larry), Margaret Davis (John), Margaret Ford (Alex); Two brothers Joseph Briscoe and Clarence Butler; Godson David Chase; Goddaughter Linda Gordon; Eight grandchildren Joseph and Joshua Gray better know to Geneva as (Joshawell), Richard, Jr. (RJ), Natasha better know to Geneva as (NayNay) and Avery Briscoe, Tiffany better know to Geneva as (Stephanie), Jordon and Michael Lancaster; Seven great granddaughters Janiyah, Tyanna, Jozzirah and London Gray, Kenadee and Savannah Addison, Sa'miah Briscoe and a host of nieces and nephews and friends. And one special friend, Alex Ford who she shared all her information with when they got together and we mean everything. Two great caregivers, Sheila Cole and Agnes Brawner.

Visitation will be held on Friday March 24, 2017 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 3320 St. Peter's Drive Waldorf, Maryland 20601 from 9:00 a.m. until Mass of Christian Burial 10:00 a.m. Interment Church Cemetery. Arrangements by Adams Funeral Home.

Pilkerton, Linda Mae
Birth: Friday, February 01, 1946 in Drayden, Maryland
Residence: Leonardtown, Maryland
Death: Monday, March 20, 2017 at the age of 71
Laid to Rest: Thursday, March 23, 2017 in the Our Lady’s Catholic Church Cemetery, Leonardtown, Maryland
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Linda Mae Pilkerton, 71, of Leonardtown, MD formerly from Valley Lee, MD passed away on March 20, 2017 in Leonardtown, MD. Born on February 1, 1946 in Drayden, MD she was the daughter of the late Sara Perry Adams, and George Thomas Adams. She was a lifelong St. Mary's County, MD resident and graduated from St. Michael's High School in 1963. Linda was a factory worker for Minitec for 14 years, retiring on December 1, 2001.

Linda was the loving wife of the late James Rudolph Pilkerton whom she married on August 7, 1965 in St. George's Catholic Church Valley Lee, MD, and who preceded her in death on August 17, 2013. Linda is survived by her children: John Keaton of Leonardtown, MD, Kim Phillips of Lexington Park, MD, Mark Schoenwetter of Nashville, TN, Thomas Pilkerton of Leonardtown, MD, and 2 grandchildren. Siblings: Rose Marie Abell, and Theresa Moran. She was preceded in death by her son Anthony Pilkerton, siblings; Elizabeth Quade and Thomas Adams.

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 from 5:00 PM-8:00 PM with prayers recited at 7:00 PM in the Mattingley-Gardiner Funeral Home, Leonardtown, MD. A Mass of Christian of Burial will celebrated on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 10:00 AM in Our Lady's Catholic Church, Leonardtown, MD with Father John Nguyen officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.

Pallbearers will be: Ronald Vause, Jonathan Lachkovic, Alan Quade, Daniel Thomas, Patrick Anderson, and Arnold Goldsborough, Honorary Pallbearers will be: Donald Smith , Vincent Quade, Bill Goldsborough, Jeff Anderson, Michael Abell, Steven Anderson and Ashley Reid. Contributions may be made to the Second Dist. Vol. Fire Dept. and Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 1, Valley Lee, MD 20692. Arrangements by Mattingley-Gardiner Funeral Home.

Russell, Martin Henry
Birth: Saturday, August 03, 1929 in Chaptico, Maryland
Residence: Ridge, Maryland
Death: Monday, March 20, 2017 at the age of 87
Laid to Rest: Friday, March 24, 2017 in the Trinity Episcopal Church Cemetery, St. Mary’s City, Maryland
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Martin Henry Russell,87, of Ridge, MD passed away on March 20, 2017 in Leonardtown, MD. Born on August 3, 1929 in Chaptico, MD, he was the son of the late Rose Alice Suite Russell, and George Clayton Russell. Martin was the loving husband of Minnie Josephine Courtney Russell, whom he married on August 3, 1952 in Trinity Episcopal Church St. Mary's City, MD

Martin is survived by his son Scott Courtney Russell of Ridge, MD, and 3 grandchildren. Siblings: Cora Viola Norris and Anna Mae Lore. He was preceded in death by his siblings: Johnson William Russell, Joseph Clayton Russell, Guy Arthur Russell, James Bernard Russell, George Edmond Russell, Frank Lewis Russell, Theodore Marshall Russell, Albert Grover Russell, Joseph "Joe" Leonard Russell, Mary Elizabeth Quade, Alice Louise Childress, and Martha Marie "Mickie" Norris.

He was a lifelong resident of St. Mary's County, MD. Martin served in the United States Marines from August 28, 1951 to August 28, 1959 while serving in the Korean War. He lived by the "Golden Rule" and the world was his friend. His pride and joy were his son, Scott and his 3 grandchildren: Carter, Alison and Kayla. He was the 9th. of 15 children. Born in Chaptico, MD and moved to a farm in Great Mills, MD when he was 7 years old and attended Little Flower School. Martin worked at Corinthian Yacht Club in Ridge, MD for over 50 years, until his health forced him to stay at home. He was married for 64 years to the love of his life and lived the entire time in Ridge, MD. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

The family will receive friends on Friday, March 24, 2017 from 10:00am-11:00am in St. Mary's Chapel Ridge, MD. A Funeral Service will follow at 11:00am with Father John Ball officiating. Interment will follow in Trinity Episcopal Cemetery, St. Mary's City, MD. Pallbearers will be: Paul Altman, Greg Edwards, Jim Estep, Marvin Story, Jim Test, and Brian Winsor and Darrell Derrington. Contributions may be made to the Ridge Vol. Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 456, Ridge, MD 20680. Arrangements by Mattingley-Gardiner Funeral Home.

Cloyes, William Parker
Birth: Thursday, December 08, 1921 in Springfield, Massachusetts
Residence: Solomons, Maryland
Death: Friday, March 17, 2017 at the age of 95
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William "Bill" Parker Cloyes passed away early on Friday, March 17, 2017 at his home in Maryland in the Asbury Solomons Island retirement community.  His death was confirmed by his wife of 38 years, Dolores (Nelson) Cloyes.  He was 95 years old. Bill Cloyes was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on December 8, 1921 in a paternal family that dates back to 1655. 

His grandfather, William Oscar Cloyes, was highly decorated for the major role that he played in saving the Union's Iron Clad Monitor "Montauk" during the Civil War.  After the premature death of his father at the age of 47, Bill, aged five, and his brother, John Henry Cloyes, aged three, were moved to the Masonic Home in Utica, New York.  In 1939, Bill Cloyes graduated from the Thomas R. Proctor High School in Utica, New York.  In 1944, he graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, with a five-year Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree.  At Rensselaer, he was elected to Pi Delta Epsilon, the national journalism honorary fraternity.

A member of the first US Naval ROTC unit at Rensselaer, Bill Cloyes served in World War II as a commissioned officer, beginning in 1942, and received several awards as a Lieutenant Junior Grade in the US Navy in the Pacific fleet, including the Presidential Unit Citation for extraordinary heroism.  He was one of the officers instrumental in saving the USS Essex when the aircraft carrier was attacked by a Japanese Kamikaze on November 25, 1944.

After the war, Cloyes began a career with NL Industries (formerly National Lead Co.) that spanned 36 years in various senior management positions, the first 17 of which were spent with NL's affiliate, Titanium Metals Corporation of America.  Cloyes is recognized as a pioneer in NL's commercial production of titanium metal in the United States, the production and quality control of titanium extrusions for the Lockheed Aircraft SR-71 supersonic reconnaissance plane used by the US Airforce, and Titanium Metal's first titanium metal plant in Henderson, Nevada.  He also expedited the construction and start-up of NL's rutile mine in Queensland, Australia, and its first magnesium plant near the Great Salt Lake in Utah.

Bill Cloyes retired early, at the age of 62, devoting himself to a wide range of charitable causes and travel.  Dedicated to ecological awareness and respect for the Earth's aquatic beauty, he and Dolores moved to Maryland in 2000, where they have focused on ornithological, ecological, and historical activities in Maryland's Chesapeake Bay area.  Bill was also a founding contributor to the World War II Memorial Society.  For more than two decades, he and Dolores traveled widely in the Caribbean, New Zealand, Australia, Spain, and throughout the United States, including attendance at USS Essex Naval reunions.

Besides his wife, Dolores, and brother, John, a resident of Katy, TX, Bill Cloyes is survived by two daughters, Shirley Cloyes DioGuardi of Ossining, NY, and Gail Coles of Emmaus, PA; a son, John Cloyes of Princeton Junction, NJ; a stepdaughter, Wendy Brown of Kearny, NJ; a stepson, Rob Brown of Plainfield, NJ; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. 

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Bill Cloyes' memory may be sent to Calvert Hospice, P.O. Box 838, Prince Frederick, MD 20678, and to Asbury Solomons Benevolent Fund, 11100 Asbury Circle, Solomons, MD 20688. Arrangements provided by Rausch Funeral Home, P.A., Lusby, MD.

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