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Curran Bromwell Funeral Home P A

308 High Street
Cambridge, MD 21613
(410) 228-2616
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Dorchester Memorial

5391 Aireys Road
Cambridge, MD 21613
(410) 228-7005
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Greenlawn Cemetery

2272 Hudson Road
Cambridge, MD 21613
(410) 228-2645
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Mid Sure Cremation Center

2272 Hudson Rd
Cambridge, MD 21613
(410) 228-2645
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Sipple WM V and Son

700 Locust Street
Cambridge, MD 21613
(410) 228-4727
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Thomas Funeral Home PA

700 Locust Street
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Robert L. Rogers - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Monday, June 19, 2017

Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield. He was born on March 24, 1929, in Greenville, OH, to the late Fred and Hazel (Huber) Rogers.Bob graduated in 1947, from Lincoln High School in Cambridge City, Ind., and served in the Army from 1952 to 1954. He married the love of his life Norma (Bussell) Rogers on December 31, 1950.Bob spent 43 years of his career working at Danner’s/3D in many roles including Vice President and later as a car salesman at Inskeep Ford in Greenfield. He was a longtime member of the Greenfield Rotary Club; Masonic Lodge F&AM 101; Order of the Eastern Star; and Bradley United Methodist Church. Bob enjoyed playing cards and dominoes; IndyCar and Nascar Races; Colts; Pacers; IU; and Butler Basketball. He also loved his grandchildren and going to their activities.Surviving Bob is his wife, Norma Rogers of Greenfield; son, Jerry (Julie) Rogers of Greenfield; daughter, Janice (Rick) Johnston of Greenfield; brother, Jack Rogers of Cadiz, KY; sister, Fredonna Sinkhorn of New Castle; and grandchildren, Derek, Shelley, David & Jennifer.Preceding Bob in death are his parents, brothers, Howard and Earl Rogers; and sister Lillian Rice.Friends may visit from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday, June 12, at Stillinger Family Funeral Home, Pasco Chapel of Greenfie...

N.J. native reportedly falls to death from MIT dome - NJ.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

A 24-year-old Bayville native died Wednesday when he fell from the domed roof of a building at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, according to numerous reports.The "Great Dome" atop the Barker Engineering Library on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. Nicholas Paggi, a 24-year-old 2015 graduate of the university, died Wednesday after he fell from the dome, according to reports. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)Nicholas Paggi's brother told the New York Post that Paggi, an MIT graduate who was on the campus with current graduate students, had tried to climb from the roof of the Barker Engineering Library to a lower ledge on the building when he slipped and fell.Boston Magazine reported there is a tradition of MIT students pulling pranks and stunts that involve scaling the iconic "Great Dome," in some cases placing objects on top of the dome, ranging from emergency vehicles to artwork.Paggi was valedictorian of his 2011 graduating class at Monsignor Donovan High School in Toms River, according to his obituary in the Asbury Park Press.After graduating from MIT in 2015 with d...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Matt was the designer of it all.In 1985, some investors approached Matt asking him to open a second restaurant. And he did: the Cambridge Ocean Club in the Charles Hotel. During the time that he ran it, a local magazine named Matt one of Boston’s 100 most eligible bachelors.But flying back and forth between the two locations became too much. And back injuries derailed Matt twice. According to his family, Matt had always said that if things got too complicated in his life, he would move to Vermont. (He had worked at a summer camp in Marlboro and had fond memories of the Green Mountain State. Plus, at the Ocean Club he had met some fun-loving girls from Burlington.)In 1989, Matt arrived in Vermont with an offer to manage a restaurant. Instead, he took a job bartending at another one. Soon, this bachelor would meet the woman who captured his heart, Sheryl Bellman. They soon became inseparable. The year they both turned 50 — in 1998 — they decided to get married. Sheryl suggested that Matt get a job at VocRehab, because he could teach people how to work. A professional degree was unnecessary: As Matt liked to say, nothing trains you better for social work than being a bartender.Then, he moved on to a psychiatric hospital diversion program and excelled at it. He did it the way he did everything: very nicely. He liked to cook for people and become close to them. When the Howard Center received a grant to open a shelter, Matt worked there for several years.In 2000, he was hired to start and lead a Street Outreach Team to deal with myriad problematic behaviors in downtown Burlington. For the next 16 years Matt worked tirelessly, out on Church Street nearly every day regardless of weather. He handled social problems at the most basic street level: He developed trusting relationships, engaged the disenfranchised, helped people in need, and set some standards of behavior on the Marketplace. He did this with patience, grace and style.Matt’s significant career shift to social services changed not just his own life but the lives of many in Burlington. Over his years in the restaurant business, he had learned how to talk to anyone and everyone, and that gift served him well on the street. He navigated the social strata of downtown, from the homeless and mentally ill to merchants and store employees to police and his coworkers. He formed genuine relat...

OBITUARIES MAR. 19-26, 2017 - Berea Online

Monday, March 27, 2017

Ian and Jane Flannery and their mother Genevieve all of Louisville, KY, three sisters, Leslie (Cornell) Hanratty of Clinton, MA, Mary (Simon) Cotes of Gastonia, NC, and Amanda Setser of Cambridge City, IN. Memorial services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to, Seven Pines Cemetery C/O Jeff Scalf 6287 Highway 3630 Annville, KY 40402.Tomi Eileen SmithTomi Eileen SmithTomi Eileen Kistler Smith passed away Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at her home. Tomi was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana to the late Ernest and Della Kistler. She was retired from Plexus where she worked for many years. She was a Faithful member of Wayside Christian Church.In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by one half-brother, Jerry.She is survived by her husband Jerry Smith, three children Gayle Koppen of San Antonio, TX, Mike (Michelle) Williams of Maryville, TN and Pam (John) Banks of Berea; three siblings, her twin brother Terry (Maryann) Kistler of LaVerne, CA, Richard (Theresa) Kistler of Olympia, WA, and Ernie (Judy) Kistler of Angleton, TX; one half-sister, Joanne Ratliff; eleven grandchildren, Jarrod Williams, Hillary Combs, Ryan Williams, Dalton Williams, Natasha Downey, Harley Garrett, Patrick Garrett, Logan Banks, Justin Banks, Kaylee Banks, and Elisha Brewer; ten great grandchildren, Skyllar Williams, Jayden Prentice, Gracie Williams, Rebel Williams, Colton Williams, Finley Williams, Levi Garrett, Helayna Garrett, Mason Garrett, and Ava Marie Williams; two step children Ryan Smith and Sherry Bratten; and three step grandchildren, Tyler Smith, Alexis Smith, and Jacob Smith.Funeral services will be Friday, March 24, 2017 at 8pm at Lakes Funeral Home Berea with Minister Ron Lutes officiating. Burial will follow at 11am on Saturday at the Davis-Witt Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday evening from 5-8 pm at the funeral home.Linda Marie AdkinsLinda Marie AdkinsLinda Marie Adkins age 72 of Berea, died suddenly March 21, 2017 at St Joseph Hospital in Berea. Linda was born in Blytheville Arkansas to the late Odis Theodore and Lois Mcglothen Merritt, she was also preceded in death by her two brothers Gene and Teddy Merritt.Linda had been an employee of Berea Hospital as the ER Department Clinical Manager, after retirement she worked as a Walmart greeter; and she was currently the President of the Hospital Auxiliary and she also worked in the gift shop at the hospital.Linda is survived by her children; Harold Jonathon Adkins of Berea, and Blaine Anthony Adkins of Jeffersonville, IN., and Laura Lynn Adkins Davis of Glasgow, KY., her step brother Eric Flowers, her grandchildren; Silas (Rebecca) Adkins, Allison Davis, Ian Adkins, Andrew Adkins, Robert Adkins, and Betta Adkins, and the father of their children Harold Thomas Adkins.Funeral services will be Saturday March 25, 2017 at 7 pm at Lakes Funeral Home Berea;...

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Robert L. Rogers - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Monday, June 19, 2017

Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield. He was born on March 24, 1929, in Greenville, OH, to the late Fred and Hazel (Huber) Rogers.Bob graduated in 1947, from Lincoln High School in Cambridge City, Ind., and served in the Army from 1952 to 1954. He married the love of his life Norma (Bussell) Rogers on December 31, 1950.Bob spent 43 years of his career working at Danner’s/3D in many roles including Vice President and later as a car salesman at Inskeep Ford in Greenfield. He was a longtime member of the Greenfield Rotary Club; Masonic Lodge F&AM 101; Order of the Eastern Star; and Bradley United Methodist Church. Bob enjoyed playing cards and dominoes; IndyCar and Nascar Races; Colts; Pacers; IU; and Butler Basketball. He also loved his grandchildren and going to their activities.Surviving Bob is his wife, Norma Rogers of Greenfield; son, Jerry (Julie) Rogers of Greenfield; daughter, Janice (Rick) Johnston of Greenfield; brother, Jack Rogers of Cadiz, KY; sister, Fredonna Sinkhorn of New Castle; and grandchildren, Derek, Shelley, David & Jennifer.Preceding Bob in death are his parents, brothers, Howard and Earl Rogers; and sister Lillian Rice.Friends may visit from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday, June 12, at Stillinger Family Funeral Home, Pasco Chapel of Greenfie...

N.J. native reportedly falls to death from MIT dome - NJ.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

A 24-year-old Bayville native died Wednesday when he fell from the domed roof of a building at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, according to numerous reports.The "Great Dome" atop the Barker Engineering Library on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. Nicholas Paggi, a 24-year-old 2015 graduate of the university, died Wednesday after he fell from the dome, according to reports. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)Nicholas Paggi's brother told the New York Post that Paggi, an MIT graduate who was on the campus with current graduate students, had tried to climb from the roof of the Barker Engineering Library to a lower ledge on the building when he slipped and fell.Boston Magazine reported there is a tradition of MIT students pulling pranks and stunts that involve scaling the iconic "Great Dome," in some cases placing objects on top of the dome, ranging from emergency vehicles to artwork.Paggi was valedictorian of his 2011 graduating class at Monsignor Donovan High School in Toms River, according to his obituary in the Asbury Park Press.After graduating from MIT in 2015 with d...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Matt was the designer of it all.In 1985, some investors approached Matt asking him to open a second restaurant. And he did: the Cambridge Ocean Club in the Charles Hotel. During the time that he ran it, a local magazine named Matt one of Boston’s 100 most eligible bachelors.But flying back and forth between the two locations became too much. And back injuries derailed Matt twice. According to his family, Matt had always said that if things got too complicated in his life, he would move to Vermont. (He had worked at a summer camp in Marlboro and had fond memories of the Green Mountain State. Plus, at the Ocean Club he had met some fun-loving girls from Burlington.)In 1989, Matt arrived in Vermont with an offer to manage a restaurant. Instead, he took a job bartending at another one. Soon, this bachelor would meet the woman who captured his heart, Sheryl Bellman. They soon became inseparable. The year they both turned 50 — in 1998 — they decided to get married. Sheryl suggested that Matt get a job at VocRehab, because he could teach people how to work. A professional degree was unnecessary: As Matt liked to say, nothing trains you better for social work than being a bartender.Then, he moved on to a psychiatric hospital diversion program and excelled at it. He did it the way he did everything: very nicely. He liked to cook for people and become close to them. When the Howard Center received a grant to open a shelter, Matt worked there for several years.In 2000, he was hired to start and lead a Street Outreach Team to deal with myriad problematic behaviors in downtown Burlington. For the next 16 years Matt worked tirelessly, out on Church Street nearly every day regardless of weather. He handled social problems at the most basic street level: He developed trusting relationships, engaged the disenfranchised, helped people in need, and set some standards of behavior on the Marketplace. He did this with patience, grace and style.Matt’s significant career shift to social services changed not just his own life but the lives of many in Burlington. Over his years in the restaurant business, he had learned how to talk to anyone and everyone, and that gift served him well on the street. He navigated the social strata of downtown, from the homeless and mentally ill to merchants and store employees to police and his coworkers. He formed genuine relat...

OBITUARIES MAR. 19-26, 2017 - Berea Online

Monday, March 27, 2017

Ian and Jane Flannery and their mother Genevieve all of Louisville, KY, three sisters, Leslie (Cornell) Hanratty of Clinton, MA, Mary (Simon) Cotes of Gastonia, NC, and Amanda Setser of Cambridge City, IN. Memorial services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family request donations be made to, Seven Pines Cemetery C/O Jeff Scalf 6287 Highway 3630 Annville, KY 40402.Tomi Eileen SmithTomi Eileen SmithTomi Eileen Kistler Smith passed away Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at her home. Tomi was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana to the late Ernest and Della Kistler. She was retired from Plexus where she worked for many years. She was a Faithful member of Wayside Christian Church.In addition to her parents she was also preceded in death by one half-brother, Jerry.She is survived by her husband Jerry Smith, three children Gayle Koppen of San Antonio, TX, Mike (Michelle) Williams of Maryville, TN and Pam (John) Banks of Berea; three siblings, her twin brother Terry (Maryann) Kistler of LaVerne, CA, Richard (Theresa) Kistler of Olympia, WA, and Ernie (Judy) Kistler of Angleton, TX; one half-sister, Joanne Ratliff; eleven grandchildren, Jarrod Williams, Hillary Combs, Ryan Williams, Dalton Williams, Natasha Downey, Harley Garrett, Patrick Garrett, Logan Banks, Justin Banks, Kaylee Banks, and Elisha Brewer; ten great grandchildren, Skyllar Williams, Jayden Prentice, Gracie Williams, Rebel Williams, Colton Williams, Finley Williams, Levi Garrett, Helayna Garrett, Mason Garrett, and Ava Marie Williams; two step children Ryan Smith and Sherry Bratten; and three step grandchildren, Tyler Smith, Alexis Smith, and Jacob Smith.Funeral services will be Friday, March 24, 2017 at 8pm at Lakes Funeral Home Berea with Minister Ron Lutes officiating. Burial will follow at 11am on Saturday at the Davis-Witt Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday evening from 5-8 pm at the funeral home.Linda Marie AdkinsLinda Marie AdkinsLinda Marie Adkins age 72 of Berea, died suddenly March 21, 2017 at St Joseph Hospital in Berea. Linda was born in Blytheville Arkansas to the late Odis Theodore and Lois Mcglothen Merritt, she was also preceded in death by her two brothers Gene and Teddy Merritt.Linda had been an employee of Berea Hospital as the ER Department Clinical Manager, after retirement she worked as a Walmart greeter; and she was currently the President of the Hospital Auxiliary and she also worked in the gift shop at the hospital.Linda is survived by her children; Harold Jonathon Adkins of Berea, and Blaine Anthony Adkins of Jeffersonville, IN., and Laura Lynn Adkins Davis of Glasgow, KY., her step brother Eric Flowers, her grandchildren; Silas (Rebecca) Adkins, Allison Davis, Ian Adkins, Andrew Adkins, Robert Adkins, and Betta Adkins, and the father of their children Harold Thomas Adkins.Funeral services will be Saturday March 25, 2017 at 7 pm at Lakes Funeral Home Berea;...