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Cedar Hill Corporation

4001 Suitland Road
Suitland, MD 20746
(301) 568-9819
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Cedar Hill Funeral Home

4111 Pennsylvania Avenue
Suitland, MD 20746
(301) 817-0120
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Hodges and Edwards Funeral Home

3910 Silver Hill Road
Suitland, MD 20746
(301) 899-0687
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Lincoln Memorial Cemetery

4001 Suitland Road
Suitland, MD 20746
(301) 568-8410
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Marshall's Funeral Home Inc

4308 Suitland Road
Suitland, MD 20746
(301) 736-1387
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Washington National

4101 Suitland Road
Suitland, MD 20746
(301) 568-5250
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A mystery solved: Where is Scalia buried? - WTOP

Monday, October 03, 2016

May showed fresh flowers.Scalia is the first Supreme Court justice to be buried at the cemetery. Some are buried at Rock Creek Cemetery and Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington and Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, Maryland.By far the most justices — a dozen — are buried at Arlington National Cemetery, over the Potomac River from Washington and just over 3 miles from the Supreme Court building. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist was the last justice to be buried at Arlington, in 2005. The late spouses of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former Justice John Paul Stevens are also buried there, a clear indication of their own plans. Stevens’ headstone already lists the 96-year-old’s name without a day of death. While the cemetery is a military cemetery, not all the justices buried there served in the armed forces.The fact that Scalia’s family chose Fairfax Memorial Park is not particularly surprising. The family-run cemetery has Catholic roots, and Scalia was a devout Catholic. His son-in-law, Craig Britton Courtney, who died in 2011, is buried there in a plot near Scalia’s. And at the time of Scalia’s death, it was public that his body was taken to Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home, which is on the grounds of the cemetery, after it was flown from Texas, where he died.Though Scalia may be the most famous of the some 30,000 people buried in the 128-acre cemetery, he is not the only conservative legal heavyweight. Former D.C. Circuit Judge Robert Bork, whose nomination to the Supreme Court was rejected by the Senate, was buried at the cemetery in 2012.___Follow Jessica Gresko on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jessicagresko. Her work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/jessica-gresko .CommentsWTOP is now using Facebook as our comment platform. Need help? Email us.comments...

A mystery solved: Where is Scalia buried? - Colorado Springs Gazette

Monday, September 26, 2016

May showed fresh flowers.Scalia is the first Supreme Court justice to be buried at the cemetery. Some are buried at Rock Creek Cemetery and Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington and Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, Maryland.By far the most justices — a dozen — are buried at Arlington National Cemetery, over the Potomac River from Washington and just over 3 miles from the Supreme Court building. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist was the last justice to be buried at Arlington, in 2005. The late spouses of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former Justice John Paul Stevens are also buried there, a clear indication of their own plans. Stevens' headstone already lists the 96-year-old's name without a day of death. While the cemetery is a military cemetery, not all the justices buried there served in the armed forces.The fact that Scalia's family chose Fairfax Memorial Park is not particularly surprising. The family-run cemetery has Catholic roots, and Scalia was a devout Catholic. His son-in-law, Craig Britton Courtney, who died in 2011, is buried there in a plot near Scalia's. And at the time of Scalia's death, it was public that his body was taken to Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home, which is on the grounds of the cemetery, after it was flown from Texas, where he died.Though Scalia may be the most famous of the some 30,000 people buried in the 128-acre cemetery, he is not the only conservative legal heavyweight. Former D.C. Circuit Judge Robert Bork, whose nomination to the Supreme Court was rejected by the Senate, was buried at the cemetery in 2012.___Follow Jessica Gresko on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jessicagresko. Her work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/jessica-gresko .

We Remember Those We Have Lost – September 2, 2016 - The Dispatch

Monday, September 05, 2016

She was employed by C&O Railroad in Richmond, Va.; the US Government Printing Office and Greater Southeastern Community Hospital, both in Washington, D.C.; and by August Electric Co. in Suitland, Md. Additionally, she sold license tags for the State of Maryland for several years.Her great passion was volunteering. She was a Red Cross nurse’s aid volunteer during WWII in Richmond, Va. Evelyn and Henry relocated to Ocean City after retirement, where Evelyn volunteered for several years at PRMC in Salisbury and also at AGH in Berlin.Evelyn was pre-deceased by her husband, Henry Bryan Westfall. She recently lost her sister, Jeanne Borden of Waldorf, Md. Evelyn leaves behind half-sister, Anne Bucker of Richmond, Va.; son, Bryan Westfall of Severna Park, Md.; daughter, Janet Barnes of Wellford, S.C.; daughter, Debra Lantz of La Plata, Md.; grandsons, Ray Westfall and Jeremy Barnes; granddaughters, Jennifer Westfall, Barbara Taron, Melissa Svehla, Stephanie Adkins and Jenna Snyder; great grandsons, Jordan Westfall, Brandon Westfall, Matthew Svehla, Tyler Svehla and Emmet Snyder; and great granddaughters, Kyrie Drake, Abigail Taron, Isabelle Taron, Kayley Adkins, and Natalie Adkins.A service will be held Monday, Sept. 12 at 1 p.m. at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 10301 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, Md.In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to either St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Ocean City, or the Talbot Hospice House in Easton, Maryland.James Tilden BuntingOCEAN CITY — James Tilden Bunting, age 75, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Aug. 27,...

Wheels-up one last time: Aviation author Robert Dorr dies at 76 - Inside NoVA

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Museum; wrote online tributes to mentors who had shaped his life; and worked on a follow-up to his second novel, “Crime Scene: Fairfax County.”Robert Francis Dorr was born Sept. 11, 1939, grew up in Suitland, Md., and served in the U.S. Air Force from 1957 to 1960, achieving a final rank of senior airman. A hearing impairment scotched his dreams of becoming a pilot, so he spent two tours of duty in South Korea, listening to North Korean radio transmissions.From 1964 to 1989, he was a U.S. Foreign Service officer, with postings in Tananarive, Madagascar; Seoul, South Korea; Fukuoka, Japan; Monrovia, Liberia; Stockholm, Sweden; and London.“My perception at the time was  he was a combination of James Bond and Benny Hill,”  said Robert Porter Dorr, one of his sons. “My dad spent a great deal of time on the weekends helping his kids see the world and almost always ending up someplace where we could see airplanes and take pictures of them.”Retired foreign-service officer Andrew Antippas of Reston worked with Dorr in 1975 to bring Vietnamese refugees to the United States. The men kept in touch, but only realized years later they were neighbors. Dorr was a “true patriot” who had a wry sense of humor, Antippas said.“In the office, we had a great time commenting on the world around us,” he said. “That comes only with experience. You can only be sarcastic if you know what you’re talking about.”Robert F. Dorr had his first magazine story published at age 15 and originally hoped to write a shelf’s worth of books. He ended up penning three times that many, with a final count in the 80s, plus about 6,000 magazine articles and between 2,000 and 3,000 newspaper columns.Most of his books concerned aviation. He especially was proud of “Hell Haw...

Amelia E. “Millie” Reynolds, 99 - Southern Maryland News Net

Monday, June 06, 2016

Lee Funeral Home – Calvert, 8200 Jennifer Lane, Owings, MD 20736.Funeral services will follow in the funeral home chapel at 12:00 noon.Burial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, MD.In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to the Coastal Hospice of the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland or the Worcester County Humane Society.This entry was posted on June 2, 2016 at 7:20 pm and is filed under All News, Obituaries, z 600X120 Top Ad Bottom, z 600X120 Top Ad Top. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

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A mystery solved: Where is Scalia buried? - WTOP

Monday, October 03, 2016

May showed fresh flowers.Scalia is the first Supreme Court justice to be buried at the cemetery. Some are buried at Rock Creek Cemetery and Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington and Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, Maryland.By far the most justices — a dozen — are buried at Arlington National Cemetery, over the Potomac River from Washington and just over 3 miles from the Supreme Court building. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist was the last justice to be buried at Arlington, in 2005. The late spouses of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former Justice John Paul Stevens are also buried there, a clear indication of their own plans. Stevens’ headstone already lists the 96-year-old’s name without a day of death. While the cemetery is a military cemetery, not all the justices buried there served in the armed forces.The fact that Scalia’s family chose Fairfax Memorial Park is not particularly surprising. The family-run cemetery has Catholic roots, and Scalia was a devout Catholic. His son-in-law, Craig Britton Courtney, who died in 2011, is buried there in a plot near Scalia’s. And at the time of Scalia’s death, it was public that his body was taken to Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home, which is on the grounds of the cemetery, after it was flown from Texas, where he died.Though Scalia may be the most famous of the some 30,000 people buried in the 128-acre cemetery, he is not the only conservative legal heavyweight. Former D.C. Circuit Judge Robert Bork, whose nomination to the Supreme Court was rejected by the Senate, was buried at the cemetery in 2012.___Follow Jessica Gresko on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jessicagresko. Her work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/jessica-gresko .CommentsWTOP is now using Facebook as our comment platform. Need help? Email us.comments...

A mystery solved: Where is Scalia buried? - Colorado Springs Gazette

Monday, September 26, 2016

May showed fresh flowers.Scalia is the first Supreme Court justice to be buried at the cemetery. Some are buried at Rock Creek Cemetery and Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington and Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, Maryland.By far the most justices — a dozen — are buried at Arlington National Cemetery, over the Potomac River from Washington and just over 3 miles from the Supreme Court building. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist was the last justice to be buried at Arlington, in 2005. The late spouses of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former Justice John Paul Stevens are also buried there, a clear indication of their own plans. Stevens' headstone already lists the 96-year-old's name without a day of death. While the cemetery is a military cemetery, not all the justices buried there served in the armed forces.The fact that Scalia's family chose Fairfax Memorial Park is not particularly surprising. The family-run cemetery has Catholic roots, and Scalia was a devout Catholic. His son-in-law, Craig Britton Courtney, who died in 2011, is buried there in a plot near Scalia's. And at the time of Scalia's death, it was public that his body was taken to Fairfax Memorial Funeral Home, which is on the grounds of the cemetery, after it was flown from Texas, where he died.Though Scalia may be the most famous of the some 30,000 people buried in the 128-acre cemetery, he is not the only conservative legal heavyweight. Former D.C. Circuit Judge Robert Bork, whose nomination to the Supreme Court was rejected by the Senate, was buried at the cemetery in 2012.___Follow Jessica Gresko on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jessicagresko. Her work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/jessica-gresko .

We Remember Those We Have Lost – September 2, 2016 - The Dispatch

Monday, September 05, 2016

She was employed by C&O Railroad in Richmond, Va.; the US Government Printing Office and Greater Southeastern Community Hospital, both in Washington, D.C.; and by August Electric Co. in Suitland, Md. Additionally, she sold license tags for the State of Maryland for several years.Her great passion was volunteering. She was a Red Cross nurse’s aid volunteer during WWII in Richmond, Va. Evelyn and Henry relocated to Ocean City after retirement, where Evelyn volunteered for several years at PRMC in Salisbury and also at AGH in Berlin.Evelyn was pre-deceased by her husband, Henry Bryan Westfall. She recently lost her sister, Jeanne Borden of Waldorf, Md. Evelyn leaves behind half-sister, Anne Bucker of Richmond, Va.; son, Bryan Westfall of Severna Park, Md.; daughter, Janet Barnes of Wellford, S.C.; daughter, Debra Lantz of La Plata, Md.; grandsons, Ray Westfall and Jeremy Barnes; granddaughters, Jennifer Westfall, Barbara Taron, Melissa Svehla, Stephanie Adkins and Jenna Snyder; great grandsons, Jordan Westfall, Brandon Westfall, Matthew Svehla, Tyler Svehla and Emmet Snyder; and great granddaughters, Kyrie Drake, Abigail Taron, Isabelle Taron, Kayley Adkins, and Natalie Adkins.A service will be held Monday, Sept. 12 at 1 p.m. at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 10301 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, Md.In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to either St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Ocean City, or the Talbot Hospice House in Easton, Maryland.James Tilden BuntingOCEAN CITY — James Tilden Bunting, age 75, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Aug. 27,...

Wheels-up one last time: Aviation author Robert Dorr dies at 76 - Inside NoVA

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Museum; wrote online tributes to mentors who had shaped his life; and worked on a follow-up to his second novel, “Crime Scene: Fairfax County.”Robert Francis Dorr was born Sept. 11, 1939, grew up in Suitland, Md., and served in the U.S. Air Force from 1957 to 1960, achieving a final rank of senior airman. A hearing impairment scotched his dreams of becoming a pilot, so he spent two tours of duty in South Korea, listening to North Korean radio transmissions.From 1964 to 1989, he was a U.S. Foreign Service officer, with postings in Tananarive, Madagascar; Seoul, South Korea; Fukuoka, Japan; Monrovia, Liberia; Stockholm, Sweden; and London.“My perception at the time was  he was a combination of James Bond and Benny Hill,”  said Robert Porter Dorr, one of his sons. “My dad spent a great deal of time on the weekends helping his kids see the world and almost always ending up someplace where we could see airplanes and take pictures of them.”Retired foreign-service officer Andrew Antippas of Reston worked with Dorr in 1975 to bring Vietnamese refugees to the United States. The men kept in touch, but only realized years later they were neighbors. Dorr was a “true patriot” who had a wry sense of humor, Antippas said.“In the office, we had a great time commenting on the world around us,” he said. “That comes only with experience. You can only be sarcastic if you know what you’re talking about.”Robert F. Dorr had his first magazine story published at age 15 and originally hoped to write a shelf’s worth of books. He ended up penning three times that many, with a final count in the 80s, plus about 6,000 magazine articles and between 2,000 and 3,000 newspaper columns.Most of his books concerned aviation. He especially was proud of “Hell Haw...

Amelia E. “Millie” Reynolds, 99 - Southern Maryland News Net

Monday, June 06, 2016

Lee Funeral Home – Calvert, 8200 Jennifer Lane, Owings, MD 20736.Funeral services will follow in the funeral home chapel at 12:00 noon.Burial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Suitland, MD.In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to the Coastal Hospice of the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland or the Worcester County Humane Society.This entry was posted on June 2, 2016 at 7:20 pm and is filed under All News, Obituaries, z 600X120 Top Ad Bottom, z 600X120 Top Ad Top. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.