Con­stance Louise Brown

Record Observer - - Obituaries -

CEN­TRE­VILLE — Con­stance Louise Brown, 71, of Cen­tre­ville, MD, de­parted this life on Mon­day, Oct. 2, 2017, at the House In The Pines in Eas­ton, MD.

Ser­vices will be held on Satur­day, Oct. 14, 1 p.m. at Cen­tre­ville UM Church, Cen­tre­ville, with a view­ing Fri­day evening 6-8 p.m. at Bethel AME Church, Cen­tre­ville, and one hour prior to ser­vice on Satur­day. In­ter­ment in Ch­ester­field Ceme­tery.

Con­do­lences sent to: www. hen­ry­fu­ner­al­ gar­den­ing and camp­ing, but most en­joyed time spent with his fam­ily.

Along with his par­ents, he was pre­ceded in death by broth­ers Hodge and Ron­nie Cole­man and sis­ters Betty Ben­ton, He­len Everett and Mil­dred Cole­man.

Mr. Cole­man is sur­vived by his wife of 62 years, Dorothy E. Con­ner Cole­man; their daugh­ters, Dolly Huf­fer (Billy) of Kennedyville, Darlene Deb­nam of Eas­ton, Inki Green­wald (Bob) of Rock Hall and Robin Kemp (Kevin) of Sudlersville; a brother, Marion Cole­man (Doris) of Ch­ester­town; six grand­chil­dren, John Huf­fer (Jac­qui), Christo­pher Huf­fer (April), Alan Deb­nam (Tif­fany), Con­ner Lay­ton, Mitchell Kemp and Lind­say Kemp; and three great-grand­chil­dren, Ja­son Huf­fer, Aubree Huf­fer and Reid Deb­nam.

Funeral ser­vices were held Sun­day, Oct. 8, at the Galena Funeral Home of Stephen L. Schaech. Burial fol­lowed in Crump­ton Ceme­tery.

In lieu of flow­ers, memo­ri­als may be of­fered to Sudlersville Ru­ri­tan or Sudlersville Vol­un­teer Fire Com­pany. style.

Gary had a gen­er­ous heart, and would help any­body in need. He en­joyed hunt­ing and fish­ing, trav­el­ing and pho­tog­ra­phy. Gary had a keen cu­rios­ity about his an­ces­try, and spent count­less hours study­ing ge­neal­ogy. He was an in­cred­i­bly skilled crafts­man and artist, and loved carv­ing and cre­at­ing beau­ti­ful fur­ni­ture for loved ones. Above all else, fam­ily came first. His grand­chil­dren lit up his en­tire world, and they all loved their Poppy so very much.

A Cel­e­bra­tion of Gary’s life was held at noon Thurs­day, Oct. 12, at Fel­lows, Helfen­bein & New­nam Funeral Home, 130 Speer Road, Ch­ester­town. A vis­i­ta­tion was held from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. In­ter­ment will take place in Crump­ton Ceme­tery at a later date.

In lieu of flow­ers, con­tri­bu­tions can be sent to St. Jude’s Chil­dren’s Re­search Hospi­tal, P.O. Box 1000, One St. Jude Place Bldg., Dept. 300, Mem­phis, TN 381480552.

On­line con­do­lences can be sent to the fam­ily at www. fh­n­fu­ner­al­ with the Del­mar va Em­maus Com­mu­nity, and well known as the 4-H vol­un­teer ex­traor­di­naire. Pete was an ac­tive mem­ber of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in In­gle­side, MD.

Con­sis­tent with his wishes, a Cel­e­bra­tion of Pete’s Life ser­vice will be held on the fam­ily farm on Sun­day, Oct. 29, at 2 p.m. on the fam­ily farm lo­cated at 3601 Golds­boro Road, Hen­der­son, MD. Please join us for the re­mem­brance cer­e­mony. We hope that you will con­tinue to fel­low­ship with us by stay­ing for a cov­ered dish din­ner in the barn. Meat and drinks will be pro­vided, please bring a dish and a Pete story to share with some­one else who loved Pete that you don’t know yet!

Pete’s fer­vent re­quest was for God to “Use Him.” The fam­ily re­quests you love and seek God first, love and be kind to one an­other and share your faith.

Peter W. Ross­ing was born Aug. 30, 1955, in Bal­ti­more City, the son of the late Charles Kenneth Ross­ing and Regina G. “Mullen” Ross­ing. In ad­di­tion to his par­ents, he was pre­ceded in death by one sis­ter, Bar­bara LaClair; and one broth­erin-law, Eu­gene El­liott. Peter was a 1974 grad­u­ate of Sev­erna Park High School.

In lieu of flow­ers, the fam­ily sug­gests con­tri­bu­tions be sent to Com­pass Re­gional Hospice, 160 Coar­se­vall Dr., Cen­tre­ville, MD 21617; or Camp Pe­cometh, 136 Book­ers Wharf Road, Cen­tre­ville, MD 21617; or to St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 251 St. Paul Road, In­gle­side, MD 21644.

On­line con­do­lences can be sent to the fam­ily at: www.fh nfu­ner­al­

Ar­range­ments by Fel­lows Fam­ily Funeral Home, 370 Cy­press St., Milling­ton, MD.

On May 20, 1980, she mar­ried James Salb, and they raised three chil­dren. She was a strong Chris­tian wo­man who ded­i­cated her life to rais­ing her chil­dren, whom she proudly and lov­ingly home schooled. She touched the hearts and souls of ev­ery­one she knew. She was al­ways there when­ever some­one needed a help­ing hand, lis­ten­ing ear, and es­pe­cially a kind and en­cour­ag­ing word.

She en­joyed not only bak­ing, cook­ing, dec­o­rat­ing, sewing and crafts, but teach­ing th­ese skills to oth­ers, es­pe­cially her fam­ily and friends. Most of all, she en­joyed thrift shop­ping at the Good­will with her sis­ters. Her faith in Je­sus was able to sus­tain her through her long bout of ill­nesses; she never lost her faith or her ab­so­lute love for her Sav­ior.

Michelle is sur­vived by her hus­band, James Salb; mother, Mary E. David­son; three chil­dren, Lau­ren Miller (Matthew), Jac­qua­line Salb, John Salb (Alyson); grand­son, Dy­lan Salb (the ap­ple of her eye); sis­ters, Jackie Ben­ton (Bobby), Ruthie Baker (Keith), Patty David­son; brother, Phil David­son (Erin); her step­daugh­ter, Mary Ellen Gris­more; many nieces and neph­ews that were ex­tremely close to her heart.

Ser­vices will be held on Satur­day, Oct. 14, 1 p.m. at the Fel­lows, Helfen­bein & New­nam Funeral Home P.A. in Cen­tre­ville, Md., where friends and fam­ily may visit be­gin­ning at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Old Wye Parish Ceme­tery in Wye Mills, Md.

On­line con­do­lences may be made at www.fh­n­fu­neral


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