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Allen Robert Reed Sr.

Allen Robert Reed Sr., 79, of Wal­dorf, MD, passed away on Au­gust 25, 2017 at his res­i­dence.

He was born on Feb. 4, 1938 in Wash­ing­ton, DC, to the late Oral Ar­ling­ton and Valver­dina Mary (DePompa) Reed.

Allen was a bus driver train­ing su­per­vi­sor at Wash­ing­ton Metropoli­tan Area Tran­sit Author­ity, Wash­ing­ton, DC. He proudly served in the United States Coast Guard Re­serve. He was a mem­ber of the Kent­land Vol­un­teer Fire Depart­ment, Com­pany 33, Kent­land, MD, from 1955-1962.

He is sur­vived by his wife of 55 years, Pa­tri­cia Gail (Lip­scomb) Reed; two chil­dren: Pamela Ann Strain (Michael); Allen Robert Reed Jr. (Cathy); and one grand­daugh­ter, Ash­ley Re­nee Reed.

Fam­ily and friends will be re­ceived on Wed­nes­day, Au­gust 30, from 3-5 p.m. and from 6-8 p.m. at First Bap­tist Church of St. Charles, 136 Stod­dert Ave., Wal­dorf, MD 20602, where a Fu­neral Ser­vice will be held on Thurs­day, Au­gust 31 at 10:30 a.m. In­ter­ment will fol­low the ser­vice at Trin­ity Memo­rial Gar­dens.

In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to First Bap­tist Church of St. Charles Agape Fund, 136 Stod­dert Ave., Wal­dorf, MD 20602.

On-line con­do­lences may be made at: www.ray­mond­fu­ner­alser

Alma Lou Hardin

Alma Lou Hardin, known af­fec­tion­ately as “Mama Lou” passed away peace­fully on Sun­day, Au­gust 20, 2017, at Sage­point in LaPlata. Born in Beaver Dam, KY, on Dec. 7, 1927, to El­bert and Nan­nie Shively, she had lived most of her al­most 90 years in her beloved Ken­tucky and was proud she never lost her ac­cent!

She is sur­vived by her chil­dren: Nancy Hardin Gas­parovic of Fred­er­icks­burg, VA; Danny Hardin (Gail) of Glas­gow, KY; and son, Steven Hardin of In­dian Head, MD. Also sur­vived by her lov­ing grand­chil­dren and great grand­chil­dren: Dou­glas Hardin (Holli) of Ge­orge­town, KY; Shan­non Gas­parovic Chris­tian­son (Mark) and their chil­dren, Sut­ton and Sloane, of Tualatin, OR; Ladd Gas­parovic (Stephanie) and their chil­dren, Milena and Mats of Wilm­ing­ton, NC. She was pre­ceded in death by her sib­lings: Les­lie and Dar­lene Shively as well as her hus­band, Dou­glas.

In 1946, she met Dou­glas Hardin, a sol­dier just re­turned from the war, and after a six week courtship were mar­ried and lived their al­most 30 years to­gether in Beech Creek, KY, a small coal min­ing town de­picted in “Six­teen Tons.”

A very ac­tive mem­ber of Ebenezer Bap­tist Church for al­most 40 years, she served along­side her hus­band who was a dea­con, and to­gether they were in­volved in all facets of the min­istry. She was also ac­tive mem­ber of Park Av­enue Bap­tist, Madis­onville, KY, and In­dian Head Bap­tist in MD, dur­ing years she lived there.

Alma de­lighted in tak­ing care of peo­ple wher­ever she saw a need, es­pe­cially chil­dren and el­derly. She was vol­un­teer for Hospice, Laubach Adult Lit­er­acy, 4-H, Red Cross, and many oth­ers. She loved teach­ing aer­o­bics, fit­ness, crafts, cook­ing and nu­mer­ous cour­ses at her se­nior cen­ters and churches through­out the years. She also worked as Ex­ten­sion As­sis­tant in the Uni­ver­sity of KY Ex­ten­sion Dept for five years in Madis­onville teach­ing Ex­panded Food and Nu­tri­tion to needy fam­i­lies.

She had a zest for life, an in­fec­tious laugh, and of­ten a mis­chievous twin­kle in her eye. Other var­ied in­ter­ests in­cluded danc­ing, bi­cy­cling, roller­skat­ing, paint­ing, needle­work, lis­ten­ing to gospel mu­sic, and trav­el­ing — which in later years took her across the coun­try to visit her “beloved great grands!”

Other than her fam­ily, she was most proud of the times she served as a mis­sion­ary un­der the Home Mis­sion Board of the SBC. Those in­cluded a year in Tulsa, OK, min­is­ter­ing to bat­tered women in a home­less shel­ter and coun­selor at Berea Col­lege.

View­ing is at La Plata United Methodist Church, 3 Port To­bacco Road on Fri­day, Sept 1, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. fol­lowed by Cel­e­bra­tion of Life Ser­vice at 2 p.m. Burial will be at Ebenezer Bap­tist Church, 1 Merle Travis Way, Drakes­boro, KY, on Sun­day, Sept 10 with view­ing from 1 to 2 p.m. fol­lowed with ser vice at 2 p.m.

Memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions can be made to Ebenezer Bap­tist Church, ad­dress above, or Sage­point Se­nior Liv­ing Cen­ter, 10200 La Plata Road, where she re­ceived such lov­ing, com­pas­sion­ate care in her fi­nal years.

Joseph E. Laciny III

Joey, 53, passed away on Au­gust 18, 2017. He was born in North Carolina Sept. 24, 1963. He grad­u­ated in 1981 from McDonough High School and lived in Bal­ti­more for many years be­fore re­turn­ing to South­ern MD. He worked as an HVAC me­chanic at Sta-Cool Air Con­di­tion­ing & Heat­ing Inc.

Joey en­joyed play­ing gui­tar, pho­tog­ra­phy, cy­cling, camp­ing and spend­ing time with his kids.

He is sur­vived by his fa­ther, Joseph E. Laciny Jr.; his brother, Michael A. Laciny; and his chil­dren: Joseph IV, Asher, Rachel, David and Sylvia Laciny. He was pre­ceded in death by his mother, Mary Ann Laciny; and his son, Aaron Laciny.

A memo­rial will be held on Sun­day, Septem­ber 3, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Lee Fu­neral Home in Clin­ton, MD.

In lieu of flow­ers, please con­sider fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance for the ser­vices.

David Wat­son

David Wat­son passed on Thurs­day, Au­gust 24, 2017 of Wal­dorf, MD. Sur­viv­ing are his fa­ther, Thomas; broth­ers: Robert and Keith; and a host of other rel­a­tives and friends.

Fam­ily Hour 1 p.m. un­til Memo­rial Ser vice at 2 p.m. Fri­day, Septem­ber 1 at the Chapel of Thorn­ton Fu­neral Home, P.A., 3439 Liv­ingston Road, In­dian Head, MD 20640.

Juanita Marie Wooster

Juanita Marie Wooster (for­merly Juanita Mitchell) died sur­rounded by her im­me­di­ate fam­ily on Au­gust 26, 2017 in Wal­dorf, MD, at the age of 81.

Juanita is sur­vived by her hus­band of 54 years, Larry Wooster; daugh­ter, El­iz­a­beth Wooster; son, David Wooster and wife Car yn and two grand­chil­dren, Sab­rina and Nathan; brother, Galen Mitchell of Frank­town, CO; many nieces and neph­ews. She was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents, Ralph and Edra Mitchell; sis­ters: Lois Glenn (Mid­dle­port, NY); Den­sie Mor­gan (Ster­ling, VA); and her brother, Cleon Mitchell (Wolf Run, PA).

Juanita Marie Wooster was born on July 21, 1936 in a house lo­cated in Wolf Run, PA. She mar­ried Larry Wooster in Fe­bru­ary 1963. After mov­ing to South­ern Mary­land, they worked to­gether and started Wooster Drilling Com­pany which is still op­er­a­tional to­day.

Juanita was a very ded­i­cated wife and mother and was pas­sion­ate about her fam­ily, es­pe­cially her grand­chil­dren. Juanita loved life, her pas­sions were cook­ing, bird watch­ing, flower gar­den­ing, Camp Kno-Koma (camp for di­a­betic chil­dren) where she vol­un­teered for 14 years. Juanita loved peo­ple and it was her com­mit­ment to serve their needs. She will be re­mem­bered for her warm smile, kind heart and fan­tas­tic food!

Ser­vices will be held at the Wal­dorf Sev­enth Day Ad­ven­tist Church, lo­cated at 11245 Berry Road, Wal­dorf, MD, on Wed­nes­day Au­gust 30, with a view­ing from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., fol­lowed by a ser­vice at 7 p.m. She will then be trans­ported to Bradford, PA, to the Der­rick City Sev­enth Day Ad­ven­tist Church at 522 Der­rick City Road, Der­rick City, PA, for the fu­neral ser vice on Fri­day, Septem­ber 1, 11 a.m. fol­lowed by the burial ser­vice at Wil­low Dale Ceme­tery in Bradford, PA. All are wel­come to at­tend and cel­e­brate Juanita’s life. For those of you who would rather send a do­na­tion, they can be sent to: Wal­dorf SDA Church, 11245 Berry Road, Wal­dorf, MD 20601.

Fran­cis Wayne Win­ter­w­erp

Fran­cis Wayne Win­ter­w­erp, 63, of Le­land, NC, passed away in Baden, MD, sur­rounded by fam­ily and friends on Au­gust 24, 2017. Fran­cis was born to Carl John Win­ter­w­erp and the late Mary Cather­ine Win­ter­w­erp on June 19, 1954 in Alexan­dria, VA. Fran­cis worked as a Right of Way Agent for Di­ver­si­fied Prop­erty Ser­vices at the time of his death. He re­tired April 2004 from Prince George’s County Depart­ment of Public Works as Divi­sion Chief of Right of Way. He loved snow re­moval. He was a mem­ber of the Baden Vol­un­teer Fire Depart­ment for 46 years, ser ving as Chief for 15 years. In the 1980’s, he was a mem­ber of the Prince George’s County Un­der Wa­ter Res­cue Team. Fran­cis was head of Im­manuel Sun­day School for many years and a Board mem­ber of the Church. He was a mem­ber of the Elks of Calvert County, IRWA Of­fi­cer, Chap­ter 14. He took pride in get­ting his SR/WA.

He en­joyed fish­ing, golf­ing, trav­el­ing and Puerto Rico. He loved his fam­ily, friends, the Baden Aquasco com­mu­nity and the Baden Vol­un­teer Fire House.

Fran­cis was pre­de­ceased by his daugh­ter, Kris­ten Gayle Win­ter­w­erp; and sister-in-law, De­brah Lee Win­ter­w­erp. He is sur­vived by his lov­ing wife, Eva Win­ter­w­erp of North Carolina; his fa­ther, Carl John Win­ter­w­erp; son, Den­nis Wayne Win­ter­w­erp; daugh­ter, Jes­sica Win­ter­w­erp (Matthew Fen­tress); broth­ers: Allen John Win­ter­w­erp (Carol Poole); Brian Carl Win­ter­w­erp; and many other rel­a­tives; and his fa­vorite great nephew, Ma­son John Dud­ley.

Fam­ily will re­ceive friends for Fran­cis’ Visi­ta­tion on Wed­nes­day, Au­gust 30, from 4-8 p.m. at Baden Fire Depart­ment, 16608 Brandy­wine Road, Brandy­wine, MD 20613 with the Fire­men’s Ser­vice and Prayers at 7 p.m. In­ter­ment will be pri­vate.

In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial do­na­tions may be made to: Baden Vol­un­teer Fire Depart­ment Truck Fund; or Im­manuel United Methodist Church, Baden, MD or Hospice of the Ch­e­sa­peake, Pasadena, MD.

George Austin Ste­wart

George Austin Ste­wart of LaPlata, MD, passed away Fri­day, Au­gust 25, 2017 at Bridge Point Hos­pi­tal in Wash­ing­ton, DC. He was 95 years old. He was born on March 5, 1922 in Wash­ing­ton, DC, to the late Clara Alice (Brown) and Sa­muel Elmer Ste­wart. In ad­di­tion to his par­ents, he was pre­ceded in death by his wife and mother to his chil­dren, Gertrude Kather­ine Ste­wart in De­cem­ber 1985.

He ser ved in the U.S. Army/Air Force dur­ing World War II and then worked for the U.S. Gov­ern­ment for over 30 years.

He is sur­vived by his cur­rent wife, Edith Ste­wart; and his sons: John Han­cock (Lor­raine); Frank Han­cock (Peggy); George Ste­wart (Ja­nine); Ken­neth Ste­wart; Sa­muel Ste­wart (Alice), and Glenn Ste­wart (Cathy). He is also sur­vived by sev­eral grand­chil­dren and great grand­chil­dren.

Visi­ta­tion will be held on Tues­day, Septem­ber 5th, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. with fu­neral ser­vices at 11 a.m. at Ray­mond Fu­neral Ser­vice, P.A., 5635 Wash­ing­ton Ave., LaPlata, MD 20646.

The in­ter­ment will take place im­me­di­ately fol­low­ing at Chel­tenham Veter­ans Ceme­tery in Brandy­wine, MD.

In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Char­lotte Hall Veter­ans Home, in Char­lotte Hall, MD, at

On­line guest­book is avail­able at: www.ray­mond­fu­ner­alser­

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