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Gonce Funeral Service

4001 Ritchie Highway
Brooklyn, MD 21225
(410) 789-1800
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Holy Cross Cemetery

6020 Ritchie Highway
Brooklyn, MD 21225
(410) 789-5400
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Mccully Polyniak Funeral Home P A

237 East Patapsco Avenue
Brooklyn, MD 21225
(410) 355-1185
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MT Calvary Cemetery

Cedar Hill Lane
Brooklyn, MD 21225
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Brooklyn MD Obituaries and Death Notices

Frederick Kelly

Monday, June 26, 2017

Patti) and daughter, Mary Beth Seamands; numerous grandchildren and great- grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his grandchildren, Meghan and Frederick Kelly. Fred was born January 18, 1930 in Brooklyn, NY. After a successful term in the US Army as a Captain, Fred owned a successful landscape company in Connecticut and was Superintendent of Parks in Greenwich, CT during his young adulthood, then moved to Arizona in 1970 with Peggy and his children. During his career in Arizona, Fred held many positions including Assistant Registrar of Contractors for the State of Arizona, and a "Cactus Cop" for the Department of Agriculture, and was featured in Reader's Digest. Fred was an integral part in the building of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, and the street is named for him. Fred took great pride in his accomplished life, but his greatest love was his marriage to Peggy and his children and grandchildren. He was loved by many and will leave an unfillable hole in our hearts. Viewing: ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel, 8090 N. Northern, Sunday, June 25, 2017, from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Graveside Service Monday, June 26, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Hope Cemetery, 3555 N. Oracle Road.

May 25, 2017 - LancasterOnline

Monday, June 19, 2017

Furman Home for Funerals, 656-6833Lehman, Emmett R. 82, husband of Eunice C. Hurst Lehman, of Holtwood. May 23, 2017. William P. Spence Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc., 664-2270March, Brooklyn Elaine 2, daughter of Troy A. and Jessica L. (Dewitt) March, of Gainesville, GA. May 20, 2017. Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory, 393-9661Martin, Elizabeth O. 84, of Lincoln Christian Home, Ephrata, wife of Paul M. Martin. May 23, 2017. Clauser Funeral Home, Inc., 949-6588McMellen, William J.* 83, of Conestoga. May 23, 2017. Melanie B. Scheid Funeral Directors & Cremation Services, 872-1779Nolt, Marilyn Louise Peifer 71, wife of Larry E. Nolt, of Souderton. May 23, 2017.Reid, Joan Crawford 87, of Lancaster. May 22, 2017.Seymour, Lissa Lymae 39, of Cresson. May 23, 2017. Gibbons Funeral Home, 814-672-5600Torres Cruz, William 73, husband of Elizabeth Torres, of Lancaster. May 16, 2017. Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home, 397-8298Weaver, S. Norma 83, formerly of Goodville. May 22, 2017. Stradling Funeral Homes, Inc., 733-2472...

James L. “Jim” Roush, 47, Clear Lake - WJON News

Monday, June 19, 2017

Roush of Polk City, FL; siblings Angie (Daniel) Wilkinson of New Richmond, WI and Tim Jackson of Clear Lake, MN; nephews and nieces, Justin, Ariel, Zachary, Kaylee, and Brandon; and great nieces Brooklyn, Linnell, and Harper.He was preceded in death by his mother in 1982.

Obituaries June 9 - South Strand news

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Georgetown, SC, to Mr. Willie Tucker and Mrs. Hattie Gilliard Tucker, the oldest of eleven children. She was educated in the public schools of Georgetown County. Mrs. Foster later resided in Brooklyn, New York, where she was employed for many years with Victoria Packing Company. Following retirement, in 2004 she returned to Georgetown and reestablished her membership at New Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church.Mrs. Foster is survived by her daughters, Margaret Drayton, Georgetown, SC and Renell Grant, Columbia, MD; her siblings, Hattie Tucker, Georgetown, SC, Ernest Tucker of Nashville, NC, Samuel Tucker, Jamaica, NY, Jacob Tucker and Willie Tucker, both of Brooklyn, NY, Hopie Cassell and Robert Tucker, both of Bronx, NY. Funeral services are entrusted to Wilds Funeral Home, LLC.Franklin HealanFranklin Healan, 94, widower of Dessie “Pat” Healan, passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at Prince George Nursing Facility.A funeral service, officiated by Dr. Ted Sherrill, was held at 2 PM, Friday, June 2, 2017 in First Baptist Church of Georgetown. The family received friends inside the church from 1-2 PM, prior to the service on Friday. Interment was in Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens immediately following the service.Born August 23, 1922 in Wayne County Georgia, he was a son of the late Benjamin F. Healan and Minnie Lee Hightower Healan.Mr. Healan was a World War II veteran of the United States Army, achieving the rank of Master Sergeant. He retired as a maintenance supervisor in 1984 from International Paper after 37 ½ years of service. Mr. Healan was a member of First Baptist of Georgetown and the Spirit of Liberty Sunday School Class. He was a Master Mason and the former Worshipful Master of Winyah Lodge #40, Past Patron of OES Winyah #148, member of the Shriners and York Rite.Surviving are three stepdaughters, Blinda and LB Hutchinson of Georgetown, Lisa and Brian Warren of Myrtle Beach, and Betty Wilson of Andrews; a sister, Edna Healan of Columbus, GA; 17 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a daughter, Wanda Britt; a son, Larry Healan; a brother, Robert Healan; a sister, Thelma Healan; a stepson, William “Bill” Butler; and a stepdaughter, Bobbie Harrelson.Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Georgetown at 219 Cleland Street, Georgetown, SC 29440.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.grahamfuneralhome.org. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home (843) 527-4419.Mickey PostonMickey Allen Poston, 66...

Gregg Allman laid to rest next to brother Duane in Macon - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, June 10, 2017

A bagpiper puffed the mournful tones of “Amazing Grace” as a procession including Allman’s five children – Michael, Elijah Blue, Devon, Delilah Island and Layla Brooklyn – musicians Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Dickey Betts and Peter Frampton; Allman’s wife, Shannon; and ex-wife Cher slowly traversed the rocky walkway to Allman’s coffin.Thousands of fans, many holding up fingers in a peace gesture or waving homemade signs with declarations of Allman love, crowded on the stone steps above and around the flower-laden coffin, keeping a respectful distance from the family and close friends gathered under the green canopy.“We had to come down,” said Andrew Bleke, sweat-drenched in his Allman Brothers Band T-shirt. The Buckhead resident and his friends Ed Addison and Ballard Ward drove to Macon that morning, with Allman Brothers Band music blaring in the car. “That music just speaks to your soul. And the voice? Gregg’s voice is unmistakable.”Earlier in the day, several hundred fans set up lawn chairs under desperately sought squares of shade on the perimeter of Snow’s Memorial Chapel, the well-manicured building in downtown Macon. Duane Allman’s funeral arrangements were handled at the same location in 1971.Just after 2 p.m. on Saturday, Allman, the co-founder of Southern rock behemoths The Allman Brothers Band, received his final blessings at a Rose Hill Cemetery grave site. Allman died on May 27 at the age of 69 from complications due to liver cancer.Though Gregg Allman was born in Nashville, Tenn., and The Allman Brothers Band formed in Jacksonville, ...

Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Everything has a price on it,” he said at the time.In the mid-1950s, as an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Lacey prosecuted Albert Anastasia, the feared former head of Murder Inc., the Brooklyn-based hitmen for hire, for income-tax evasion. (Mr. Anastasia’s first trial had ended in a mistrial; he pleaded guilty a few days before the second trial was to start. He was sentenced to a year in prison.)In Federal District Court, Judge Lacey oversaw trials involving Soviet spies and payola from record companies to radio station disc jockeys. He sentenced the confessed heroin smuggler in the so-called French Connection case, involving Marseille-based traffickers who were immortalized in the 1971 film of the same name that starred Gene Hackman.He also rejected a suit by the 85-year-old widow of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, who had claimed that the state wrongly executed her husband in the 1932 kidnapping and murder of Charles A. Lindbergh’s infant son.In 1978, Judge Lacey refused to free M. A. Farber, a New York Times reporter who had been held in contempt and jailed by the trial judge for refusing a defense request to turn over his notes in the so-called “Dr. X” murder trial of Dr. Mario E. Jascalevich.Judge Lacey argued that because Mr. Farber also had a book contract, he was “standing on the altar of greed.” Mr. Farber served 40 days.Even after he retired as a judge, Mr. Lacey wielded his cudgel as the court-appointed independent administrator of the corruption-riddled International Brotherhood of Teamsters, ousting Barry Feinstein in 1993 as president of Local 237, which represents New York City employees.He was also named to monitor Bristol-Myers Squibb after an accounting scandal and was a court-appointed special master to remap New York’s congressional and legislative districts in 1992 and 2002 when proposals by state legislators had been found wanting.As an independent counsel appointed by Attorney General William P. Barr in 1992, Mr. Lacey found, to the dismay of Democrats, no evidence that the Justice Department under President George Bush had bungled an investigation into loans by an Atlanta branch of the Italian Banca Nazionale del Lavoro to help arm S...

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Frederick Kelly

Monday, June 26, 2017

Patti) and daughter, Mary Beth Seamands; numerous grandchildren and great- grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his grandchildren, Meghan and Frederick Kelly. Fred was born January 18, 1930 in Brooklyn, NY. After a successful term in the US Army as a Captain, Fred owned a successful landscape company in Connecticut and was Superintendent of Parks in Greenwich, CT during his young adulthood, then moved to Arizona in 1970 with Peggy and his children. During his career in Arizona, Fred held many positions including Assistant Registrar of Contractors for the State of Arizona, and a "Cactus Cop" for the Department of Agriculture, and was featured in Reader's Digest. Fred was an integral part in the building of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, and the street is named for him. Fred took great pride in his accomplished life, but his greatest love was his marriage to Peggy and his children and grandchildren. He was loved by many and will leave an unfillable hole in our hearts. Viewing: ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Avalon Chapel, 8090 N. Northern, Sunday, June 25, 2017, from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Graveside Service Monday, June 26, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Hope Cemetery, 3555 N. Oracle Road.

May 25, 2017 - LancasterOnline

Monday, June 19, 2017

Furman Home for Funerals, 656-6833Lehman, Emmett R. 82, husband of Eunice C. Hurst Lehman, of Holtwood. May 23, 2017. William P. Spence Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc., 664-2270March, Brooklyn Elaine 2, daughter of Troy A. and Jessica L. (Dewitt) March, of Gainesville, GA. May 20, 2017. Charles F. Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory, 393-9661Martin, Elizabeth O. 84, of Lincoln Christian Home, Ephrata, wife of Paul M. Martin. May 23, 2017. Clauser Funeral Home, Inc., 949-6588McMellen, William J.* 83, of Conestoga. May 23, 2017. Melanie B. Scheid Funeral Directors & Cremation Services, 872-1779Nolt, Marilyn Louise Peifer 71, wife of Larry E. Nolt, of Souderton. May 23, 2017.Reid, Joan Crawford 87, of Lancaster. May 22, 2017.Seymour, Lissa Lymae 39, of Cresson. May 23, 2017. Gibbons Funeral Home, 814-672-5600Torres Cruz, William 73, husband of Elizabeth Torres, of Lancaster. May 16, 2017. Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home, 397-8298Weaver, S. Norma 83, formerly of Goodville. May 22, 2017. Stradling Funeral Homes, Inc., 733-2472...

James L. “Jim” Roush, 47, Clear Lake - WJON News

Monday, June 19, 2017

Roush of Polk City, FL; siblings Angie (Daniel) Wilkinson of New Richmond, WI and Tim Jackson of Clear Lake, MN; nephews and nieces, Justin, Ariel, Zachary, Kaylee, and Brandon; and great nieces Brooklyn, Linnell, and Harper.He was preceded in death by his mother in 1982.

Obituaries June 9 - South Strand news

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Georgetown, SC, to Mr. Willie Tucker and Mrs. Hattie Gilliard Tucker, the oldest of eleven children. She was educated in the public schools of Georgetown County. Mrs. Foster later resided in Brooklyn, New York, where she was employed for many years with Victoria Packing Company. Following retirement, in 2004 she returned to Georgetown and reestablished her membership at New Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church.Mrs. Foster is survived by her daughters, Margaret Drayton, Georgetown, SC and Renell Grant, Columbia, MD; her siblings, Hattie Tucker, Georgetown, SC, Ernest Tucker of Nashville, NC, Samuel Tucker, Jamaica, NY, Jacob Tucker and Willie Tucker, both of Brooklyn, NY, Hopie Cassell and Robert Tucker, both of Bronx, NY. Funeral services are entrusted to Wilds Funeral Home, LLC.Franklin HealanFranklin Healan, 94, widower of Dessie “Pat” Healan, passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at Prince George Nursing Facility.A funeral service, officiated by Dr. Ted Sherrill, was held at 2 PM, Friday, June 2, 2017 in First Baptist Church of Georgetown. The family received friends inside the church from 1-2 PM, prior to the service on Friday. Interment was in Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens immediately following the service.Born August 23, 1922 in Wayne County Georgia, he was a son of the late Benjamin F. Healan and Minnie Lee Hightower Healan.Mr. Healan was a World War II veteran of the United States Army, achieving the rank of Master Sergeant. He retired as a maintenance supervisor in 1984 from International Paper after 37 ½ years of service. Mr. Healan was a member of First Baptist of Georgetown and the Spirit of Liberty Sunday School Class. He was a Master Mason and the former Worshipful Master of Winyah Lodge #40, Past Patron of OES Winyah #148, member of the Shriners and York Rite.Surviving are three stepdaughters, Blinda and LB Hutchinson of Georgetown, Lisa and Brian Warren of Myrtle Beach, and Betty Wilson of Andrews; a sister, Edna Healan of Columbus, GA; 17 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a daughter, Wanda Britt; a son, Larry Healan; a brother, Robert Healan; a sister, Thelma Healan; a stepson, William “Bill” Butler; and a stepdaughter, Bobbie Harrelson.Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Georgetown at 219 Cleland Street, Georgetown, SC 29440.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.grahamfuneralhome.org. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home (843) 527-4419.Mickey PostonMickey Allen Poston, 66...

Gregg Allman laid to rest next to brother Duane in Macon - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, June 10, 2017

A bagpiper puffed the mournful tones of “Amazing Grace” as a procession including Allman’s five children – Michael, Elijah Blue, Devon, Delilah Island and Layla Brooklyn – musicians Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Dickey Betts and Peter Frampton; Allman’s wife, Shannon; and ex-wife Cher slowly traversed the rocky walkway to Allman’s coffin.Thousands of fans, many holding up fingers in a peace gesture or waving homemade signs with declarations of Allman love, crowded on the stone steps above and around the flower-laden coffin, keeping a respectful distance from the family and close friends gathered under the green canopy.“We had to come down,” said Andrew Bleke, sweat-drenched in his Allman Brothers Band T-shirt. The Buckhead resident and his friends Ed Addison and Ballard Ward drove to Macon that morning, with Allman Brothers Band music blaring in the car. “That music just speaks to your soul. And the voice? Gregg’s voice is unmistakable.”Earlier in the day, several hundred fans set up lawn chairs under desperately sought squares of shade on the perimeter of Snow’s Memorial Chapel, the well-manicured building in downtown Macon. Duane Allman’s funeral arrangements were handled at the same location in 1971.Just after 2 p.m. on Saturday, Allman, the co-founder of Southern rock behemoths The Allman Brothers Band, received his final blessings at a Rose Hill Cemetery grave site. Allman died on May 27 at the age of 69 from complications due to liver cancer.Though Gregg Allman was born in Nashville, Tenn., and The Allman Brothers Band formed in Jacksonville, ...

Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Everything has a price on it,” he said at the time.In the mid-1950s, as an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Lacey prosecuted Albert Anastasia, the feared former head of Murder Inc., the Brooklyn-based hitmen for hire, for income-tax evasion. (Mr. Anastasia’s first trial had ended in a mistrial; he pleaded guilty a few days before the second trial was to start. He was sentenced to a year in prison.)In Federal District Court, Judge Lacey oversaw trials involving Soviet spies and payola from record companies to radio station disc jockeys. He sentenced the confessed heroin smuggler in the so-called French Connection case, involving Marseille-based traffickers who were immortalized in the 1971 film of the same name that starred Gene Hackman.He also rejected a suit by the 85-year-old widow of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, who had claimed that the state wrongly executed her husband in the 1932 kidnapping and murder of Charles A. Lindbergh’s infant son.In 1978, Judge Lacey refused to free M. A. Farber, a New York Times reporter who had been held in contempt and jailed by the trial judge for refusing a defense request to turn over his notes in the so-called “Dr. X” murder trial of Dr. Mario E. Jascalevich.Judge Lacey argued that because Mr. Farber also had a book contract, he was “standing on the altar of greed.” Mr. Farber served 40 days.Even after he retired as a judge, Mr. Lacey wielded his cudgel as the court-appointed independent administrator of the corruption-riddled International Brotherhood of Teamsters, ousting Barry Feinstein in 1993 as president of Local 237, which represents New York City employees.He was also named to monitor Bristol-Myers Squibb after an accounting scandal and was a court-appointed special master to remap New York’s congressional and legislative districts in 1992 and 2002 when proposals by state legislators had been found wanting.As an independent counsel appointed by Attorney General William P. Barr in 1992, Mr. Lacey found, to the dismay of Democrats, no evidence that the Justice Department under President George Bush had bungled an investigation into loans by an Atlanta branch of the Italian Banca Nazionale del Lavoro to help arm S...