A celebration of the life of Corrine Inman
Mrs. Corrine Augustine Inman celebrated “Sunrise” on Jan. 29, 1929. It was on Aug. 23, 2016, that she saw the “Sunset” as she transitioned from her earthly life. She attended school in Washington, D.C., graduating from Armstrong Senior High. She was employed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, retiring after working there for 32 years. She worked part-time after her government retirement at Douglas Michaels Alternative Mortgage Company for 10 years. She joined The First Baptist Church of Deanwood where she joined several groups, but she is most noted for her participation in the music department. She was an outstanding alto singer for many years as she proudly sang alto in the Sanctuary and Senior Choirs for many years. The services were held Aug. 31 at The First Baptist Church of Deanwood with the Rev. Ronald K. Miner Sr. officiating.
Her children are Melvin R. Inman Sr., Donna Inman Perry and Tracy F. Inman, and she had grandchildren and great grandchildren as well as a host of relatives and friends. Her legacy will live on by many people, her family, neighbors and me, Priscilla F. Jones, because we will always remember her smile, her singing voice and the fellowship and friendship we all shared.
Trinity Episcopal Church, located at 14515 Church St. in Upper Marlboro which they say is “Down the street from 7-Eleven and Bank of America in downtown Upper Marlboro,” will have a yard sale there from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24. There will be foods for sale — fried fish sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, water and soda. If you are interested in reserving a space for your “goodies,” you are asked to contact Ms. Bev Goggins at 301-627-2636. Spaces cost $15. And please note that if it does rain, the sale will be in the parish hall.
Estate planning workshop
You are invited to attend a “free” Estate Planning Workshop to give some information and help for you on Probate Avoidance, Federal Estate Tax Avoidance and Legacy Planning which could help you choose your own “legacy.” The workshops will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24, at noon at the Bowie Public Library in Bowie; Monday, Sept. 26, at 6 p.m. at the Largo-Kettering Public Library in Largo; and Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 6 p.m. at Upper Marlboro Public Library in Upper Marlboro. Contact The Sean P. Seeley Estate Planning Group at 301-254-6449.
Happy birthday on Aug. 5 to Deaconess Bethena Best; the 14th to the Rev. Barbara Botts; and to my sisters, on the 12th to Lenois Jackson and on the 20th to Desiree Cross.
Very special greetings to the Harrison family because Andrea and Clinton Harrison will celebrate their wedding anniversary on Aug. 19. And, Clinton Harrison will celebrate his birthday on Aug. 23.