Death Notices for West Anne Arundel County

A list of those with local connections who have recently passed.

Leonara Austin, 95. Odenton resident, had three children, as well as grandchildren and great grandchildren. Died Dec. 22. (From the Washington Post.)

Darnette Carey, Odenton resident, survived by a husband, daughter and other relatives. Died Dec. 28. (From the Washington Post.)

Patricia Jean Fitzgerald, 48. Hanover resident, Concord, NH native. Survived by husband and four children. Died Dec. 23. (From the Concord Monitor.)

Peter Gorman, 90. Odenton resident. WWII veteran and Purple Heart recipient. Attended St. Joseph Catholic Church. Died Dec 25. (From The Capital.)

Helen Howe, 77. Odenton resident. Former General Counsel for the Baltimore District Corps of Engineers. Survived by husband and three sons. Died Dec. 26 (From the Bowie Blade-News.)

Mary Joyce, 80. Odenton resident. Died Dec. 22. Survived by a daughter, grandchildren, a great grand child and a great-great grandchild. (From The Capital.)

Robert King, 54. Odenton resident. Survived by his wife, four sisters and two sons. Died Dec. 27 (From The Washington Post.)

Eugene Mills. Odenton resident. Had 11 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. Died Dec. 29 (From The Washington Post.)

Vincent Thomas, 72. Odenton resident. Died on Dec. 23. (From The Capital.)

Lena Truesdale, 36. Odenton resident. Survived by her mother and three children. (From the Capital.)

Trella Weible, 86. Odenton resident. Enjoyed Orioles and Ravens games. (From The Capital.)

Susan Hackman, 66. Millersville resident. Former public school teacher and board member at School of the Incarnation. Had four grandchildren. Died Dec. 20.

Lloyd Melvin, 91. Baltimore native, owned a sign and advertising business in Crofton. Claims to have had a hole-in-one on every Par 3 hole at Crofton Country Club. (From the News-Journal.)


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