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Antwan Stevens

Dec 02, 1982 - Dec 02, 2023

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Baltimore, MD

Antwan Lamont Stevens, age 41, entered into eternal rest on Thursday, November 30, 2023. A lifelong resident of Baltimore, MD, Mr. Stevens was born on October 23, 1982. He had been employed as a maintenance technician for the Baltimore City Housing Authority. He will be missed by his family and friends. As the family remembers the love and joy he brought into their lives, they invite you to attend the funeral services for Mr. Stevens. The funeral will be held 11:00 am, Friday, December 15,...Read More

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Reginald Phillips

Jan 01, 1948 - Mar 14, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Birthplace: Baltimore, MD Resided In: Baltimore, MD Information withheld per family request Location: Manna Nation Ministries Date: Thursday, March 14, 2024 Wake Time: 10:00 AM Service Time: 11:00 AM Location: Private

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Shirley Marie Whetzel

Feb 25, 1942 - Feb 29, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Shirley Marie Whetzel, a cherished daughter, beloved friend, and respected colleague, passed away peacefully on February 29, 2024, in Baltimore, Maryland, at the age of 82. Born on February 25, 1942, in Ellicott City, Maryland, Shirley was the loving child of the late Edith Whetzel, who Shirley was deeply dedicated to and the dear niece of the late Bonnie Thompson and Gladys Shaver.Shirley was known for her no nonsense style, a quality that endeared her to many throughout her life especially her best friend Brenda Keirle, with whom she shared countless cherished memories. Shirley's family circle included her cherished cousins Larry and Samantha Thompson, and Susie and Jeff Haley, who will forever hold her memory close to their hearts.Dedicated and hardworking, Shirley spent her entire career with the State of Maryland, serving at Spring Grove Hospital in the dietetics department. Her commitment to her profession was evident in the meticulous care she took in her work, and she retired with a legacy of service that was both admired and appreciated by her colleagues and those she served.Beyond her professional life, Shirley had an infectious love for life's simple pleasures. She was an ardent fan of cruising through Catonsville, where she embraced the community's vibrant spirit. Her passion for country music was well-known, as she could often be found singing along to her favorite tunes, a reflection of her joyous approach to life.Above all, Shirley LOVED eating seafood. It was more than a mere interest; it was a delight she indulged in at every opportunity. Her enthusiasm for the flavors of the ocean was just one of the many facets of her personality that brought laughter and happiness to the gatherings she graced.Shirley's departure has left a void in the lives of those who knew her. However, her legacy of gentleness, dedication, and joy for life will continue to inspire and influence all who were fortunate enough to cross paths with her. As we say farewell to Shirley Marie Whetzel, we celebrate the life of a woman who was truly a blessing to know.Shirley's life will be commemorated in a manner befitting the quiet grace she embodied. Her final resting place will be in the soil of the state she served so faithfully, surrounded by the memories of a community that was richer for her presence.We take solace in the knowledge that Shirley's spirit will continue to shine brightly in the hearts of her family, friends, and all who were touched by her gentle soul. Her journey on this earth was one of love, laughter, and dedication, and while she will be deeply missed, the essence of who she was will forever remain a guiding light for those she leaves behind.Graveside services will be held on Tuesday March 5, 2024 at 11 am at Good Shepherd Cemetery, 2805 Rogers Avenue, Ellicott City, Maryland.

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Mary C. Rowley

Mar 22, 1936 - Feb 29, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Mary C. Rowley, age 87, of Baltimore, Maryland passed away on Thursday, February 29, 2024; beloved wife of the late Melvin E. Rowley; devoted mother of Michael Rowley, Sr. (Dana), Rosemarie Sallada (Robert), Mary Rowley (Norman) and the late John Edgar Rowley; cherished grandmother of Rebecca, Michael (Kaylie), Kenneth and Joshua Rowley, Melinda Sallada and Kathleen Young (Aaron); dear great-grandmother of Jonathan, Carter, Emma and the late Oliver Rowley; loving grand-kittie mom of Swoopie and Blue. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, other loving family and friends. She is preceded in death by her 2 brothers and 5 sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to gather at Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 3631 Falls Road, Baltimore, MD 21211, on Tuesday from 3-5 and 7-9 pm ,where a funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11 am. Interment to follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org/, Alzheimer's Association, https://act.alz.org/, or the Women's Sports Foundation, https://www.womenssportsfoundation.org

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Michael Patrick Anderson

Oct 25, 1991 - Feb 20, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Michael Patrick Anderson was born at Children’s Hospital in Omaha on October 25, 1991, to dad, Scott Anderson and mom, Deborah Anderson. He was a new little brother for Erik Anderson and would be a big brother to Jennifer Anderson. Michael was an extremely happy and bubbly baby, a trait that followed him throughout life. As a toddler, he loved to empty the pots and pans from the cupboard and “cook food” for mom and dad on the marble coffee table in the living room (often in just a gray sweatshirt, sans diaper), as well as line up his toy dwarves from Snow White, and march in place singing the “Dig-Dig-Dig” song using a plastic spatula as a pick. Michael’s love of dinosaurs started around then, and followed him throughout his life, which he shared with his dad. Michael attended Rockwell Elementary, then Willowdale Elementary School and often as a 1 and 2 grader would go and read books to the kindergarten classes. After 5 grade, Michael transitioned to Russell Middle School where he excelled and was often named Student of the Week. Michael took a German class as an 8 grader, which followed him his whole educational career. Michael then attended Millard West High School from 2007 to 2011 where he earned a letter for Varsity Show Choir West in the Groove, and he was also a guitarist for the Junior Varsity Swing Cat group. He earned an award from his German teacher, as well as graduation with distinction. Michael was a member of the Brookside Church junior high and senior high ministries until June of 2007. After starting at the University of Nebraska Lincoln where was awarded a Fine Arts scholarship in Music, Michael’s initiative led him to Metro Community College for his gen-eds, and then to the University of Nebraska at Omaha where he graduated with a 4.0 GPA, and a bachelor’s degree in history and a minor in German. During his time at UNO, Michael spent two summers in Germany deepening his knowledge of the language. A random find of an old German Atlas led Michael to his master’s Thesis, which he earned at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England. His final educational accomplishment was to earn the highest certification possible from TEFL, an institution that certifies individuals to teach English as a Second Language. Michael applied his love of history and kids in his job as an education specialist at the Sac Museum in Ashland. He also did part-time work as an ESL teacher in South Omaha. After being a groomsman in his sister Jennifer’s wedding, Michael moved to Sam Phran Thailand where he taught 2 and 3 grade English, History, Science for almost 3 years. After returning to Omaha, Michael moved to the Baltimore, Maryland area to start work on his Ph.D. While there, he started a job at Iron Mountain Storage and Archive in Jessup, where he was a document imaging specialist working on a U.S. Army contract to digitize and index recently declassified material, spanning from just after the U.S. Civil War up to, and including the Korean Conflict. Michael’s deep love of history made this a job he grew to deeply love. Michael worked there until his passing on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, succumbing to his life-long battle with severe depression and anxiety. Michael was preceded in death by his grandparents, Harold (Andy) and MaryLouise Anderson; his great-grandmother, Opal Anderson; his grandmother, Joyce Copeland. Michael is survived by his dad, Scott Anderson; mom, Deborah Anderson; stepmom, Jill Anderson; brother, Erik Anderson; sister and brother-in-law, Jennifer and Tyler Priebe; niece, Tatum Priebe; uncle, Russ Anderson; aunt and uncle, Kristi and Scott Swancutt, all of Omaha; uncle and aunt, Don and Kate Renter of Norfolk; uncle and aunt, Dan and Elaine Renter of College Station; stepsisters, Madisun Nuismer (Santa Cruz, Ca), Tessa Nuismer (Omaha); cousins: Colleen (Anderson) and Ryan Hartley and their son, Kellen of Grimes, Ia., and June (Anderson) and Thomas McCarty of Dickinson, ND and their son Callahan; grandma, Sue Anderson (Harold); step-grandparents, Larry and Ginny Hinrichs of Omaha; best friends: Billy Coghill, Jake Hodgson, Jess Reyes, Dan Cleveland and Jess Teaford, all of Omaha, and Bryan and Whitney Pirrone of Colorado Springs. There were many other hearts and lives Michael touched in his time as well. Michael became involved in Tiger Cubs, moved up into Cub Scouts, Webelos (where he earned every achievement possible), and finally into Boy Scouts where he was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at only 14 years of age, one of the youngest in the troop ever. Michael went to camps in Many Points Minnesota and Chris Dobbins in Elbert Colorado. Michael was extremely intelligent and had a mind for facts that was unparalleled. This was evident in his life-long passion for music, history, politics, and movies. Michael and his uncle Scott Swancutt would listen to music for hours, delving deep into the structure, tempo, composition, and lyrics. In his spare time, Michael would take to completely different songs and weave together a “mash-up”, whereby the two songs were melded into one that usually sounded better than each original. Michael took acoustic guitar lessons, and taught himself electric guitar, bass guitar, piano and keyboard, and had started learning to play the sitar, a stringed instrument from India. Michael was born with a sense of fair play, which he never lost. When he was teaching in Thailand, he often bought clothes, books, and food for his students since their parents spent a vast majority of their income on school tuition and fees. At a restaurant job he held in Catonsville, Maryland, Michael confronted a group of men who were making rude, demeaning comments about a younger female coworker. He firmly told them she was a human being, much more considerate and kinder than they were, and she deserved, and he demanded they treat her with respect, and unless they treated her with the respect, she was due, he would ban them from the establishment, which the manager backed up. In the same restaurant, Michael also frequently bought meals for two homeless men who he had built a relationship with over the course of time. Michael was a very outspoken advocate for those who were marginalized by society, and the focus of his Ph.D. was going to be antisemitism in the modern political machine. His wit, knowledge, loyalty, smile, patience, and presence in the lives of his family, friends, and co-workers will be painfully missed by all who knew him. We will carry his smile and his laugh with us until we meet again. We love you Michael. Interment: Papillion Cemetery.

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Louis Leonard Lanier, Jr.

Aug 06, 1948 - Feb 28, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Louis Leonard Lanier, Jr., age 75, of Taneytown, passed away Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. Born August 6, 1948, in Frederick, he was the son of the late Louis Leonard Lanier, Sr. and Alberta Parsons Lanier. He was the loving husband of Lucinda Brewer Lanier for 47 years. Louis was a 1966 graduate of Taneytown High School. He worked at Random House as a forklift operator, retiring after 40 years. He was a charter member of the Harney Lions Club, receiving a Melvin Jones Fellow Award, and he was a member of Monocacy Lodge # 203. He played Santa Claus for over 40 years for the town and other gatherings. He enjoyed watching the Orioles play ball, and John Wayne movies. Besides his wife Lucinda, he is survived by son, Louis Ewing Lanier of Taneytown; and nieces, nephew and cousins. “Unc” will be sorely missed. A Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at 12 p.m. at Myers-Durboraw Funeral Home, P.A., 136 E. Baltimore St., Taneytown, with Pastor Cris Frigm officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Monday, March 4th from 5 to 7 p.m., and again on Tuesday from 11 a.m. until the time of the service. Interment will follow at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Taneytown.

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Raymond Edward Warthen

Jul 30, 1955 - Feb 22, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Raymond Edward Warthen July 30, 1955 – February 22, 2024 Raymond was born in Baltimore to the late Dorothy Jean (nee Baker) and Raymond Eugene “Bud” Warthen. He grew up in Highlandtown and Chesaco Park. Ray attended Golden Ring Jr. High and Overlea High School and had a love of sports, mostly playing soccer and baseball while growing up. He met his future wife of 51 years, Margaret Ann Watson, when he was 14. They married in October of 1972. They had two sons, Ryan Charles Warthen born in 1973, and Matthew Edward Warthen born in 1977. Ray was a veteran of the U.S. Army and was stationed in Alabama and Germany. He was an avid sports fan and loved to watch the Orioles and the Ravens. Ray loved to play soccer and baseball as a kid, even playing on some adult recreation teams. His love of animals was second to none. He had dogs for most of his life, including Luke, Brandon and Leo. His most recent dog was a rescue named Sadie. Sadie is not a big fan of men for some reason, but she warmed up to Ray immediately. Sadie is the second love of his life, just behind Marge. Ray enjoyed shooting pool on various teams during the past 25 years in the APA and BCA. Several of his teams even made the national tournaments in Las Vegas. Ray’s dedication to his family and friends made him the one person you could always count on. His dry sense of humor and quick wit made conversations fun. Ray was predeceased by his parents, sister Deborah Bare and her husband Jerry, father-in-law Bill Watson, mother-in-law Ann Watson, and brother-in-law Billy Watson. He is survived by his loving wife Margaret Warthen (nee Watson), two sons Ryan Warthen (Denise) and Matthew Warthen, grandson Joseph Baldwin, sister Bonnie Warthen (Perry), brother Eric Warthen, Sr. (Tracey), sister-in-law Marie Disney (John), and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Visitation Monday 3-5 pm and 7- 9 pm at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME 1211 Chesaco Ave. American Legion Service to begin at 8:30 pm. Interment cremation private. To to the family or in memory of Raymond Edward Warthen, please

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Yvonne Peace

Sep 27, 1936 - Feb 27, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Yvonne Peace ( September 27, 1936- February 27, 2024) Friends are invited to visit Friday March 8, 2024 , 4:00pm – 7:00pm, Estep Brothers Funeral Home, 1300 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland Religious Service: Saturday March 9, 2024 , 10:00am Wake 10:30am Funeral , New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 McCulloh St, Baltimore, Maryland Loudon Park

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James Wheatley, Jr.

Jan 03, 1947 - Feb 28, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

James Wheatley, Jr., age 77, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, February 28, 2024. A lifelong resident of Baltimore, MD, Mr. Wheatley was born on January 3, 1947. Mr. Wheatley had been a laborer at Greenmount Cemetery. He will be missed by his family. As the family remembers the love and joy he brought into their lives, they invite you to attend a memorial service to celebrate his life. The memorial service will be held 2:00 pm, Monday, March 11, 2024, in the chapel at Vaughn Greene Funeral Services - East, 4905 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212.

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Tracy Darnell Parker

Mar 02, 1969 - Feb 25, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Mr. Tracy Darnell Parker, age 54, passed away on Sunday, February 25, 2024, in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Parker was born in Baltimore on March 2, 1969, to Michael and Angela Parker. On Tuesday, March 5, 2024, friends may visit Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services, 4905 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212, from 4:30 – 7:00 PM. On Wednesday, March 6, 2024, a service for Mr. Parker will take place at Eastern United Methodist Church, 5315 Harford Rd. (21214), where the family will receive friends from 10:30 – 11:00 AM with services to follow. The interment will take place at King Memorial Park immediately following the service.

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Emma L. Kaham - Gardner

Oct 08, 1947 - Feb 29, 2024

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Baltimore, MD

Emma L. Kaham - Gardner ( October 8, 1947- February 29, 2024) Friends are invited to visit Thursday March 7, 2024 , 4:00pm – 7:00pm, Estep Brothers Funeral Home, 1300 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland Religious Service: Friday March 8, 2024 , 10:00am Wake 10:30am Funeral , New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 McCulloh St, Baltimore, Maryland Woodlawn

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