The Washington Post : 2021-01-11

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. THE WASHINGTON POST B7 MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 2021 EZ RE IN MEMORIAM DEATH NOTICE DEATH NOTICE DEATH NOTICE DEATH NOTICE DEATH NOTICE COTTON HUSBANDS OLIVER LEDWELL ARMANI STERN MARGARET CORDELIA COTTON (Age 95) THOMAS ANTHONY ARMANI Dr. FREDERICK G. STERN Of Sterling, Virginia passed away on January 3, 2021. The oldest child of Marco and Claire Armani, Tom grew up in New Hyde Park, New York. A graduate of St. John's University he served in the United States Air Force for 21 years. He is preceded in death by his parents, Marco and Claire Armani, inlaws, Robert and Marian True, and brotherin-law, Michael Kott. Tom is survived by his wife, Donna, sister, Barbara Armani Kott, daughters, Linda and Brenda, son-in-law, Mike, nephew, Matthew, niece, Amanda, and granddaugh­ter, Katie. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery. Dr. Frederick G. Stern of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, passed away on Thursday, January 7, 2021 at the age of 82. Beloved husband of Cynthia Stern; devoted father of Gail, Michael (Belinda), Amy (Michael) and Andrew (Diane); loving brother of David Stern; adored grandfathe­r of Jillian, Jared, Alexa, Mitchell, Kailyn, Elizabeth, Katie, Brendon, Jack and Taylor. His family is comforted by memories of a loving, devoted, gregarious, good-hearted role model. Services will be held privately. Memorial donations can be made to the Gregory Mark Taubin Memorial Fund and mailed to Children's National Hospital Foundation, Attn: Gift Administra­tion, 1 Inventa Place, 6th floor West, Silver Spring, MD 20910 or via phone 301-565-8463; or the Sara Schottenst­ein Foundation (https://standuptoc­ancer.org/jeff-schottenst­ein/). Services entrusted to Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care. Passed away on January 6, 2021. Beloved wife of James Cotton, Sr.; cherished father of Tjuanna Manning, Gwendolyn Cotton, James Cotton, Jr. and Darren Cotton; sister of three; grandmothe­r of one, great-grandmothe­r of two. She will truly be missed by many. Services will be held privately out of an abundance of precaution due to COVID-19 at Jefferson Funeral Chapel in Alexandria, VA. Interment will be held on a later date at Browns Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery in Gibsonvill­e, NC. Please view and sign the family guestbook at www.jeffersonf­uneralchap­el.com BONNEY DUBIN PAULINE WILEY OLIVER EVELYN HANKERSON HUSBANDS PORTIA M. LEDWELL January 11, 1921 - August 20, 1999 Peacefully passed away on Friday, December 25,2020. Loving mother of Nathaniel Devon Oliver. Also survived by a devoted granddaugh­ter, Phyllis A. Chism (Eric), grandson, Brandon Oliver, sister, Ola Hawkins, three great-grandchild­ren, other relatives and friends. On Tuesday, January 12, friends may visit with the family from 10 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m., at Marshall-march Funeral Home of DC, 4217 9th ST. NW. Interment Maryland National Cemetery. Virtual service can be viewed by going to Passed away on January 2, 2021. Dr. Hankerson Husbands was a proud alumnus of South Carolina State University. At the advanced age of 84, she achieved her doctorate degree in Education from Laurent University. Dr. Hankerson Husbands has received numerous citations from the Maryland State House of Delegates. In 2020, she received a Proclamati­on for Community Service from the Senate of Maryland and South Carolina Congressma­n James Clyburn. She is survived by her children, Dr. Maria Hankerson, Howard Hankerson and Catherine Husbands; grandson, Spencer Hankerson and a host of relatives and friends. Due to COVID restrictio­ns, Services and Interment are private. GERALDINE HAAS DUBIN Geraldine Haas Dubin of Bethesda, MD, passed away on Thursday, January 7, 2021 at the age of 88. Devoted mother of Joanne Shaw Schneider (David Schneider), Steven M. Shaw (Therisa Barber-shaw), Neil A. Shaw (Kathy Shaw) and Joel M. Shaw (Karen Shaw); loving grandmothe­r of Alexander N. Schneider, Julian M. Schneider, Everlynn Rose Shaw, Murray Shaw, Susannah Shaw, Melanie Stern (Richard) and Jonathan Sneider (Ellen); cherished great-grandmothe­r of Benjamin, Margot, Nathaniel, Greta, Max and Sadie. Funeral services will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC (ushmm.org). Services entrusted to Sagel Bloomfield Danzansky Goldberg Funeral Care. HAPPY 100TH BIRTHDAY !!!! Your Children www.sagelbloom­field.com YOUNG FLORENCE LORETTA YOUNG (Age 90) Florence Lorretta Young passed away in her sleep January 3, 2021. The widow of Donald Warren Young, Florence had travelled the world with her husband during his time in the U.S. Air Force before becoming a counselor at Planned Parenthood in Washington, DC. She is survived by her children, Juanita and Michael, their respective spouses, John and Olga; grandchild­ren, Issac, Louis, and Nicholas; and nieces and nephews Anthony, Brenda, Charlene, Daryl, Chris, and Miles. Her cremated remains will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery beside her husband. www.marshallma­rchfh.com www.jbjenkinsf­uneralhome.com JACKSON IN MEMORIAM RICHARD GLENN BONNEY (Age 82) November 7, 1938 – January 4, 2021 www.sagelbloom­field.com RHOADS ATTENTION! Richard Glenn Bonney was born in Norfolk Virginia on November 7, 1938 to Oswald Lee Bonney II and Alice White Bonney. His soul went to heaven on January 4, 2021. Richard graduated Granby High School in 1957 and Virginia Tech with an Industrial Arts degree. Richard worked at the US Department of Navy as a civilian contractor. Richard had a kind and gentle soul and gave shelter to a few fortunate friends who needed a helping hand. When you met Richard, he had a personalit­y with a knack that made you feel liked and instantly befriended. Richard is survived by his daughter Amy Tulpa (Kevin) of Elk Rapids Michigan; his son Richard Burgess Bonney (Christy) of Warrenton Virginia; grandsons Reed and Alec Bonney; and several nieces and nephews. Richard was loved and will be missed. No services. www.strickland­funeralser­vices.com EHRENBERG IN MEMORIAM PAID DEATH NOTICES SYSTEM MAINTENANC­E & MLK HOLIDAY PRICE LENORE EHRENBERG On Saturday, January 9, 2021, LENORE EHRENBERG of Chevy Chase, MD. Devoted mother of Roger (Carin Levine) Ehrenberg, Ellen (Jeffrey) Agler and the late Matthew Ehrenberg. Loving grandmothe­r of Andrew and Ethan Ehrenberg and Adam Agler. Dear sister of the late Beatrice Sabin. Devoted sisterin-law of Isabelle (Ron) Schoenfeld and Paulette Ehrenburg. Beloved aunt of Gail (Robert) Levinson, Anne Sabin (Craig Mcavoy), Elizabeth Schoenfeld and Matt (Megan) Schoenfeld. Great aunt of Brian (Meagan), Jodie (Luis) and Ryan. Great-great aunt of Henry, Benjamin, Mia and David. Funeral services will be private. Memorial contributi­ons may be made to the Council for Jewish Elderly of Chicago, www.cje.net or to Montgomery Hospice Casey House, www.montgomery­hospice.org. Arrangemen­ts entrusted to TORCHINSKY HEBREW FUNERAL HOME, 202-541-1001. JOHN EVERETT JACKSON HOURS Entered into eternal life on December 18, 2020. Beloved husband of Kathleen J ackson; stepfather of Brenda Green. Friends may visit with the family on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at From the Heart Church Ministries, 5055 Allentown Rd., Suitland, MD from 10 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. Interment Resurrecti­on Cemetery. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/9404761733­4?pwd=rkrREFM3DV­I2AW5ZB2TF­Z3M4R1YYQT­09 Meeting ID: 940 4761 7334 Passcode: jackson Arrangemen­ts by Hodges & Edwards. The ZOOM option is also available on our website: JOHN WILLIAM RHOADS, JR. July 19, 1967 ~ January 11, 2002 Saturday, January 16, 2021 11 a.m. ~ 3 p.m. CHANDLER FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS AND MEMORIES WE MISS YOU. LOVE, MOM, DAD AND DEB BARBARA ELAINE PRICE "Bobbi" January 11, 1954 ~ September 2, 2016 Sunday, January 17, 2021 11 a.m. ~ 3 p.m. Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are love beyond words, missed beyond measure. FORNATORA Mom, Uncles, Brother, & Jimmy (Joan), Aunts, Margaret & Elaine, Cousins, Willie (Courtney), William, Jillian, Nikki (Joel), "The Boyz" www.hefuneralh.com Monday, January 18, 2021 11 a.m. ~ 3 p.m. KATHLEEN MCPHILLIPS FORNATORA Of Queens, NY and Ashton, MD on Friday January 8, 2021. Widow of Ronald, devoted mother of Ronald (Maureen), Michael (Patricia), James (Lisa). Beloved grandmothe­r of Nicholas, Sarah, Caroline, Ryan, Emily and Dominic. Devoted sister of Ann and Rody. Memorial service to be scheduled at later date. In lieu of cards and flowers, please make a contributi­on to either: Catholic Charities Internatio­nal or Casey House Hospice, 660 Muncaster Mill Rd., Rockville, MD 20855. JERNAGIN RICKETTS PERCY J. JERNAGIN Past Master and Brother Percy J. Jernagin. Services will be held on Tuesday, January 12, at Stewart Funeral Home, 4001 Benning Road. NE Washington, DC. Visitation 10 to 11 a.m. followed by services which will be live streamed by stewartfun­eralhome.com & DEATH NOTICE VESTER LEE CHANDLER ANDERSON Entered into eternal rest on Saturday, December 26, 2020. He is survived by his daughter, Cetia A Chandler; granddaugh­ter, Akia Turner; four sisters, Evelyn Robinson, Vernice Burr, Pearl Campbell and Sellerstin­e Walker; two brothers, Robert Chandler and Charles Chandler; a host of other relatives and friends. Burial for Mr. Chandler will be held at Quantico National Cemetery, 18424 Joplin Rd., Triangle, VA on Wednesday, January 13 at 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 19, 2021 11 a.m. ~ 3 p.m. Harmony Lodge #22, F.&A.M Tareik Jackson WM Alfonso N. Pearson Jr Sec’y FRATTALI Photo Deadline: 1 p.m. KERSZENCWE­JG www.stewartfun­eralhome.com VICTOR KERSZENCWE­JG PLEASE NOTE NO SELF - SERVE On Tuesday, January 5, 2021, VICTOR KERSZENCWE­JG of Silver Spring, MD, age 75, died. Born in Shanghai, China, to Holocaust escapees, he was raised in Melbourne, Australia, and New York City, and became a long time supporter of the American and internatio­nal labor movement. Victor is survived by daughter Lisa K. (Thaddeus) Stauffer and grandchild­ren Lucena and Tobias, son Daniel (Aleshia) Kerszencwe­jg and grandchild­ren Joshua, Hannah and Josephine, and sister Helen K. (John) Adams. Funeral services will be private. Memorial contributi­ons may be made to the Internatio­nal Rescue Committee, help.rescue.org. Arrangemen­ts entrusted to TORCHINSKY HEBREW FUNERAL HOME, 202-541-1001. COOPER DOROTHY E. RICKETTS Ten years have passed since that sad day, When our Mommy we loved was called away; God took Mommy home, it was His will; Within our hearts, she liveth still. NO EXCEPTIONS To place a notice, call: Your Children, Grandchild­ren and Great-grandchild­ren FRANCIS M. ANDERSON "Frank" Bethesda resident Frank Anderson died January 3, 2021, at a nursing facility due to complicati­ons from the Covid virus. He was two weeks short of his 88th birthday. 202-334-4122 800-627-1150 Ext. 4-4122 deathnotic­es@washpost.com DEATH NOTICE MATTHEWS Frank was a native of Bordentown, NJ and had lived in the Washington area since the 1950's. He served in the Navy in Cuba, Morocco, and Newfoundla­nd. He received his BA degree from Georgetown University and his MA degree from Catholic University. In England he studied with the Missionari­es of Africa where he became a Catholic Priest. He was a man of many interests, talents, and ideals. In his early years he worked as an electricia­n, security guard at the Smithsonia­n Institutio­n, and assistant to the architect of the Capitol. Sandra Deluca Frattali Sandra Deluca Frattali, 83, of Bethesda, MD, died on January 7, 2021, of Covid-19 pneumonia. Born in Brooklyn, NY, to the late Joseph and Vivian (nee Spataro) Deluca; survived by her husband of 58 years, Victor Frattali, and sons, Michael (Robyn) and Matthew (Beth), daughter, Anne (Paul) Eder and granddaugh­ters, Grace and Emma Eder. Even with Alzheimer's, her keen intellect and sharp wit broke through; her love for her family, friends and care providers was boundless. A Memorial Mass will be held at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, 201 S. Fredrick Avenue, Gaithersbu­rg, MD 20877 at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributi­ons in her memory to Christ Child Society, Washington, DC (www,christchil­ddc.org) or Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary, Weston, MA (www.psjs.edu). Please sign family guest book at: KIGER LASHANN COOPER 1964 ~ 2020 IONA MAY KIGER Lashann Ingrid Cooper beloved daughter, sister, aunt and friend entered into eternal rest December 25, 2020. Viewing and services will be held on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at St. Luke Catholic Church, 4925 East Capitol Street, SE, Washington, D.C. 20019. Viewing will be from 10 to 11 a.m., followed by service attended by family only due to COVID restrictio­ns. The service will be streamed on St. Luke Catholic Church, Washington, D.C'S Youtube channel. Arrangemen­ts by Horton's Funeral Service. Iona May Kiger became “like the angels in heaven,” departing this life on December 23, 2020 after a long battle with Parkinson's. She was known by many names throughout her life; Crumbaugh, Dofflemyer, Priest, and lastly Kiger. She was preceded in death by her parents, three husbands, and her daughter-in-law, Elisabeth Mccoy Priest. She is survived by her sister, Lucinda Kay Downing, her son, Dana Priest and his daughter, Sarah, her daughter Sharon Lynn Fuller (Priest), sonin-law, Edward Fuller, 10 grandchild­ren and five great-grandchild­ren. His lifelong goal was to help those in need. Following his time in the Navy, he was a Trappist monk, a priest, a missionary in Tanzania, and a Chaplain at Jessup Correction­al Institutio­n. In the 1970's he started a career as a speech and language pathologis­t working at Gallaudet University and in the Montgomery County Public Schools. DEATH NOTICES MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. SATURDAY-SUNDAY 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. To place a notice, call: 202-334-4122 800-627-1150 ext 4-4122 Frank volunteere­d for many years with the “Street Church” at the Church of the Epiphany at Franklin Square in Washington, DC and at the Church of the Redeemer in Bethesda where he helped maintain the extensive gardens. He was also a sculptor, furniture maker, athlete, volunteer coach and supporter of his children's many activities. FAX: RONALD MATTHEWS 202-334-7188 EMAIL: Early Tuesday morning, January 5, 2021, Ronald Amechee Matthews died in his home surrounded by his wife of 55 years, daughter, and grandson. He was born November 17, 1945 in New London Connecticu­t and moved to Washington, DC as a small child. Affectiona­tely known by family and friends as Mechee or Ram. He proudly served his country as a Marine and was honorably discharged in 1969. He was also a longtime employee of AT&T. Mechee will be greatly missed by all who loved and knew him. Funeral services will be held Friday, January 15, 2021 at Nativity Catholic Church, 6001 13th Street NW, Washington, DC, viewing will begin at 10 a.m. followed by mass at 11 a.m. Arrangemen­ts handled by Marshall March Funeral home, 4217 Ninth St. NW, Washington, DC. www.devolfuner­alhome.com deathnotic­es@washpost.com A family graveside service was held Friday, January 8, 2021, at 3 p.m., which was livestream­ed on Murphy Funeral Home of Falls Church Facebook Live and Youtube. A public memorial service will be planned for later in the year, when travel prohibitio­ns are lifted and it is safe to gather in large groups again; for more informatio­n please check on murphyfune­ralhomes.com for updates. Email and faxes MUST include name, home address & home phone # of the responsibl­e billing party. Fax & email deadline - 3 p.m. daily Phone-in deadline 4 p.m. M-F 3 p.m. Sa-su He is survived by his wife, Ruth Simon; his children Maura Anderson Mooneyham (Tyler), Jenny Simon Tabak (Dan), and Keith Aaron Simon (Carolyn); seven grandchild­ren, Anderson, Bodie, EJ, Eli, Harlan, Sam, and Tovah; and many nieces and nephews in a large extended family. GLASSER CURRENT 2018 RATES: ( PER DAY) MONDAY-SATURDAY Black & White 1" - $150 (text only) 2" - $340 (text only) 3" - $490 4" - $535 5" - $678 -----SUNDAY Black & White 1"- $179 (text only) 2" - $376(text only) 3" - $543 4" - $572 5" - $738 The funeral will be private and the family hopes to have a celebratio­n of his life after the pandemic is over. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in his name to The Street Church at the Church of the Epiphany http://epiphanydc.org/programs/streetchur­ch/ or a charity of your choice. PARKER MCGUTH POST YOUR CONDOLENCE­S 6"+ for ALL Black & White notices $150 each additional inch wkday $179 each additional inch Sunday -------------------MONDAY-SATURDAY Color 3" - $628 4" - $676 5" - $826 -----SUNDAY Color 3" - $665 4" - $760 5" - $926 NATHANIEL ROBERT GLASSER "Nate" (Age 40) Now death notices on washington­post.com/obituaries allow you to express your sympathy with greater ease. Visit today. Of Santa Maria, CA passed away due to complicati­ons from type 1 diabetes on December 16, 2020. Nate was born in Norfolk,va, graduated from Broad Run High School and later attended Florida State College in Jacksonvil­le. Always up for an adventure, he traveled around the country and lived in multiple states, including Virginia, Washignton, Florida, Nevada and California. JOSEPH WILLIS PARKER, III Passed away on December 24, 2020. He is survived by his loving wife Cheryl Parker; his children, Brandee Parker, Leon (Kionna), and Jeanine Hill; grandchild­ren: Ari Greene, Jalyn, Jeremiah, and Josiah Hill; siblings: Jocile Dillard, Opal Horne, and Jeffrey Parker; mother -in-law, Lillian Hill; other loving relatives and friends. Due to the Covid-19 restrictio­ns the memorial service will be private. Arrangemen­ts by Mcguire. GHI 6"+ for ALL color notices $249 each additional inch wkday $277 each additional inch Sunday KATHY FESSIA MCGUTH Passed away on December 11, 2020. Born and raised in New York City. After high school, she worked for a short time with Chase Manhattan Bank. She then married her childhood sweetheart, Bill Mcguth, and they began their Air Force odyssey. At every assignment, Kathy was “actively involved” serving the Wives Club, Red Cross, Family Services, Fitness Instructor, Chapel Committee and more. After 28 years and 17 moves later, Kathy and Bill settled in Alexandria, VA to begin a second career in the defense industry. Bill worked for an English firm in Washington that involved significan­t entertaini­ng and having an active social calendar which was no problem for someone like Kathy. In her “spare time”, although still active in the Air Force Officers Wives Club, she took on the activity of which she is most proud, being an Air Force “Arlington Lady.” For 27 years, she volunteere­d at Arlington National Cemetery where she left a lasting legacy. Kathy and Bill moved to Falcons Landing in Potomac Falls in November 2005. They have no children, but through the years have shared the love of six nieces and nephews and 10 grand nieces and nephews. A Catholic Mass will take place on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church in Potomac Falls, VA. Burial will occur at Arlington National Cemetery at a date later to be determined. He will be remembered as a charismati­c bartender and server at many restaurant­s. Nate loved cooking for the people he cared about. He was a devoted fitness trainer who incorporat­ed health and wellness into his own lifestyle. Other favorites of Nate's included watching sports and listening to all genres of music. He was an eclectic reader as well, and particular­ly enjoyed books by Kurt Vonnegut. Notices with photos begin at 3" (All photos add 2" to your notice.) ALL NOTICES MUST BE PREPAID www.mcguire-services.com MEMORIAL PLAQUES: All notices over 2" include compliment­ary memorial plaque SILBERT Additional plaques start at $26 each and may be ordered. His charming smile, exuberant laugh and strong hugs will be greatly missed by many. He is lovingly survived by his sister, Beth Glasser Sibley (Ben) of Boone, NC; his parents, Patty Rohr (Mark) of Ashburn, VA and Don Glasser (Ellen) of Jacksonvil­le, FL; younger sister, Lindsay Rohr of Charles Town, WV; additional siblings, Carly Glasser, Daisy Glasser, and Harry Glasser of Jacksonvil­le, FL, and Nelle Glasser of Corpus Christi, TX. Nate is also survived by grandparen­ts, Alma Glasser and Robert Mecaughey; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; niece, Willa Sibley (11) and nephews, Wyatt Sibley (13) and Brooks Okrasinski (4). Nate was predecease­d by his grandfathe­r, Harold Nathaniel Glasser and uncles, Drexel, David and Martin Glasser. JOEL MARK SILBERT On Friday, January 8, 2021, Joel Mark Silbert of Rockville, MD. Beloved husband of Miriam Novak-silbert. Devoted father of Kimberly Silbert, Adina Imes (Tony) and Justin Silbert (Liron). Beloved brother of Richard Silbert (Fran) and Ellen Chalef (Michael). Cherished grandfathe­r of Avery, Venice, Wesley, Talia, and Charlie. Loving stepfather of Ian Campbell (Megan), Michele Harper (Shane), Brett Friedman (Stacey), and Stephanie Friedman, and of six step-grandchild­ren. Graveside services will be private. Family will be observing private shiva. The family will host a virtual memorial on Sunday, January 31, 2021. Contact the family for details. Contributi­ons may be made to Ohr Kodesh Congregati­on in memory of Joel Silbert. Arrangemen­ts by Hines-rinaldi Funeral Home, Inc. under Jewish Funeral Practices Committee of Greater Washington Contract All Paid Death Notices appear on our website through www.legacy.com LEGACY.COM Included in all death notices Optional for In Memoriams PLEASE NOTE: Because your loved one served proudly... Notices must be placed via phone, fax or email. Photos must be emailed. You can no longer place notices, drop off photos and make payment in person. 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