Char­lotte Bar­wick Cloud

Record Observer - - Obituaries -

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.fh­n­fu­ner­al­


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