Charlotte Barwick Cloud
ANNAPOLIS — Charlotte Barwick Cloud, 85, passed away on June 11, 2016, surrounded by family.
Charlotte was born Feb. 12, 1931, in Easton, MD, to the late Milton Risdon Barwick and Mary Louise Cannon Barwick. She grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in the small towns of Price and Church Hill. After graduating high school in 1946, she moved to the big city of Annapolis, where she found employment as a medical secretary at the Health Dept.
She first resided at the YWCA on State Circle and then on Ca- thedral Street for many years until she married. She and husband Jack were residents of the Eastport area of Annapolis for over 50 years. They raised their children in the wonderful neighborhood of Green Acres where they became long-time neighbors and friends with so many of their acquaintances from the Naval Academy Athletic Department, such as the Smiths, Smalleys, Bilderbacks, Hardins, Duffs, Belichicks, and so many more.
Her passions were reading and NAVY football. She was a consummate homemaker who enjoyed cooking, sewing and gardening. Charlotte was the anchor of the Cloud household. A stay-at-home mom who raised her children to have strong morals, values and family ties. She will long be remembered for her quick wit and wonderful sense of humor.
Charlotte was preceded in death by her husband Jack Cloud, sister Lorraine Clough, and brother Raymond Grimes. She is lovingly remembered by her three children: Wendy Siedlecki and husband Michael of Currituck, NC, Jack Cloud Jr. (Marty) and wife Donna of Severna Park, MD, and daughter Patricia (Patty) Hasenei of Annapolis, MD. She has six grandchildren: Kara, Erin, Gregory, Jake, Madeline, Jacqueline, and four great-grandchildren: Cole, Isabella, Iliana and Isaac.
The family would like to extend sincere gratitude to Dr. Meredith Rose and the many medical professionals at Sentara Leigh Hospital for their dedicated and compassionate care. We would also like to acknowledge Charlotte’s caregiver of three years, JoAnn Bracale, of Currituck, NC. They became the best of friends. JoAnn is a true blessing to our family.
Interment will be private at the U.S. Naval Academy Columbarium, Annapolis, MD.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be in the form of contributions to Hospice of the Chesapeake where Charlotte was a volunteer for many years. Hospice of the Chesapeake, John & Cathy Belcher Campus, 90 Ritchie Highway, Pasadena, MD 21122. gree in Finance. Marty worked in Washington, D.C., as an accountant for the Federal Government for the U.S. Maritime Administration and then the National Science Foundation.
Marty married Mollie Joyce McNamara (from Wilkes Barre, PA) on May 31, 1958. Over a period of 33 years, the couple resided in Silver Spring, MD, where they raised their family of four children. After retiring from the Federal Government in 1993, Marty and his wife, Mollie, moved to Centreville, MD.
Marty is survived by his loving wife Mollie Engle of Centreville, MD; children, Connie Dean (Frank, Jr.), Christopher Engle (Julie) of Hagerstown, MD, Kevin Engle (Myriam) of Reisterstown, MD, and Kenneth Engle (Lisa) of Brookeville, MD; seven grandchildren, Sean Engle, Brendan Engle, Brooke Dean, Emily Engle, Kyle Dean, Hannah Engle and Kassandra Engle; step grandchildren and their families, Ashley Baynard, Kendall Towers and Tyler Dean; and a greatgrandchild, Camden Engle. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his brothers, William and Thomas Engle.
Marty was an active member of Our Mother of Sorrows/St Peters Catholic Church where he served on the finance council for many years. In addition, he was a Eucharistic Minister. Equally important in his life was Marty’s active involvement and leadership in the Knights of Columbus. He was Financial Secretary for the Father Bradford Council in Chestertown, MD, for eight years and was a Charter Member and Comptroller for the Father Lutz Assembly. He was one of the two founders of the John Jacob Raskob Council in Centreville, MD, where he was a Charter Member and served as the first Financial Secretary. Marty served honorably in the U.S. Army.
Marty Engle was a man of strong faith and contributed much time and work to the Knights of Columbus and his church community. He had a love for the outdoors; hunting, fishing, camping and boating. He was dedicated to his parents, was devoted to his wife and family, and was very proud of his children and grandchildren. Marty was described by many to be a very humble man who did not need any recognition for his work and accomplishments. He had a strong work ethic that was a constant throughout his life as he provided for his family, made a difference at his work place, and contributed to his church community. He will be truly missed.
A visitation will be on Sunday, June 26, 2016, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Fellows, Helfenbein & Newnam Funeral Home. P.A. in Centreville. A Mass will be held on Monday, June 27, 2016, at 11 a.m. at Our Mother of Sorrows in Centreville. Burial will follow in St. Peters Cemetery in Queenstown.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in his name to Knights of Columbus, John Jakob Raskob Council No. 14189, 303 Chesterfield Avenue, Centreville, MD 21617.
Online condolences made at www.fhnfuneralhome.com.
CHARLOTTE BARWICK CLOUD