Ed­ward Lee Burns

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On June 21, 2016, Ed­ward Lee Burns beloved hus­band of Meta G. Burns (nee Mace); de­voted fa­ther of Jag­gar L. Burns; lov­ing son of Gale and John Burns Jr.; son- in- law of Made­line Kay Mace; grand­son of Dorothy Burns and the late John Burns Sr. and Ruth and Ge­orge Branch; dear brother of Martin and Charles Burns, Wil­liam and Ti­mothy Poe and the late Kathy Poe. Also sur­vived by many cousins, nieces and neph­ews.

Ed­die en­joyed rid­ing his Har­ley David­son and was a life­time member of the Free­dom Rid­ers Mo­tor­cy­cle Club. He cher­ished and loved his fam­ily very much and he will be tru­ely missed.

A fu­neral service will be held at the Con­nelly Fu­neral Home of Es­sex, 300 Mace Av­enue on Fri­day at 7:30PM. Vis­it­ing hours on Fri­day 3-5 and 7-9PM. In­ter­ment pri­vate. cil County Ju­nior Foot­ball League, Ch­e­sa­peake City Lit­tle League, and YMCA basketball, where he was coached by his Dad.

He grad­u­ated magna cum laude from Sal­is­bury State Univer­sity in 2014 with a de­gree in Phys­i­cal Ed­u­ca­tion and a mi­nor in health. He was a member of the TKE fra­ter­nity.

Ryan was a pas­sion­ate Philadel­phia Ea­gles, Phillies, Fly­ers and Penn State fan. He loved vis­it­ing his Mother’s fam­ily farm in Penn­syl­va­nia where he learned to ride his dirt bike and 4-wheeler, hunt deer and turkey, and spend time with fam­ily at his Un­cle Jim’s Hunt­ing Camp. He also loved spend­ing time with his grand­par­ents at Crys­tal Beach where he would play games with his grand­mother (Gran), and fish with his grand­fa­ther (Pop) and Dad on the Ch­e­sa­peake Bay, hang­ing out, watch­ing sports, and play­ing video games with his broth­ers, and was al­ways happy to see his Mom in the kitchen bak­ing some­thing good. He will be dearly missed by fam­ily and friends.

He was cur­rently em­ployed by Buffalo Wild Wings in Wilm­ing­ton, DE, and was a vol­un­teer coach for the Bo­hemia Manor High JV foot­ball team, which he loved. He was for­mally em­ployed by Ce­cil County Pub­lic Schools as a Sub­sti­tute Teacher, and Fish Tales in Ocean City, MD.

He is sur­vived by his parents Alan and Su­san In­gram of Ear­leville, MD; broth­ers Matthew Spack­man and wife Annie, Le­high Acres, FL; and Benjamin Mi­ha­lik Or­lando, FL; Grand­par­ents Al­fred and Gerry In­gram of St. Pete Beach, FL.; and sev­eral Aunts, Un­cles and cousins. He was pre­ceded in death by his grand­par­ents Jim and Hazel Spack­man of Port Matilda, PA.

A vis­i­ta­tion will be held on Sun­day, June 26 from 10 to 12 in the Galena Fu­neral Home of Stephen L. Schaech, 118 W. Cross St. Galena, MD, where fu­neral service will be­gin at 12 pm. Burial in St. Stephen’s Ceme­tery, Ear­leville, MD.

In lieu of flow­ers, memo­ri­als may be of­fered to Bo­hemia Manor High School Sports Boost­ers c/o Galena Fu­neral Home, PO Box 235, Galena, MD. 21635 Ford, Lin­coln, and Mer­cury. He was a member in good stand­ing of the Union Lo­cal 542 for 60 years as an op­er­at­ing en­gi­neer of heavy ma­chin­ery.

Fred is sur­vived by his lov­ing wife of 59 years, Emmy Lou Rhoades; daugh­ter, Julie Hub­bert-Bryan; son-in­law, Michael Hub­bert; two grand­chil­dren: Justin David Hub­bert and his fi­ancé, Erin Ey­del­loth and Tif­fany Sa­man­tha Hub­bert; and brother-in-law, Jack Con­way, Jr.

He is pre­ceded in death by his parents, as well as his daugh­ter, Judy Rhoades.

The fam­ily would like to thank the nurs­ing staff and doc­tors at Union Hospi­tal’s ICU for their kind­ness and sup­port through­out Fred’s ill­ness.

A cel­e­bra­tion of Fred’s life will be held on Mon­day, June 27, 2016 at 7:00PM at R.T. Foard Fu­neral Home, P.A., 318 Ge­orge Street, Ch­e­sa­peake City, MD 21915. A vis­i­ta­tion will be held at the fu­neral home from 6:007:00PM where fam­ily and friends are wel­comed to at­tend. In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made payable to, First Pres­by­te­rian Church of Ch­e­sa­peake City and sent in care of R.T. Foard Fu­neral Home, P.A., 318 Ge­orge Street, Ch­e­sa­peake City, MD 21915. To send an on­line con­do­lence, please visit, www.rt­foard.com.

R.T. Foard Fu­neral Home, P.A. A Life Cel­e­bra­tion ® Home Heart As­so­ci­a­tion in Tony’s honor. It is the fam­ily’s hope that ad­di­tional re­search will lead to en­hanced treat­ments so other fam­i­lies do not have to en­dure a loss as great as theirs.

On­line con­do­lences may be made at www.el­collins fu­ner­al­home.com.


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