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Michael Webster

Aug 13, 1943 - Nov 23, 2023

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Washington, DC

Michael Dennis Webster was born in Chicago, Illinois to Bessie and Edgar Webster. He may have moved on from the physical form, but his impression on those he touched will last forever. He is survived by best friend, mother of his children and lifelong partner Janie Bender, children (Names in order from youngest to oldest. ) Shaquita, Victor, Della, Purcell, Tina, Elmer, and Sheila, his grandchildren, Romeo, Cornelius, Herbert, Christina, Shara, Purcell, Shay, Anthony, Benny, and Destiny, and oth...Read More

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Daniel J. DeWispelare II, PhD

Jul 15, 1983 - Jan 26, 2024

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Washington, DC

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Beaurina C. Holland

May 19, 1961 - Feb 22, 2024

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Washington, DC

Beaurina C. Holland , "Kitty" 62, of Washington entered into eternal rest on February 22, 2024. A visitation will be held from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Friday, March 1, 2024, at Paradise Memorial Chapel. Funeral Services will be held 2:00 pm Saturday, March 2, 2024, at First Baptist Church in Belhaven. Burial will follow at Northside Cemetery. Ministry of Comfort Entrusted to Paradise Funeral Home Inc. To to the family or in memory of Beaurina Christine (Credle) Holland, please

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Azalee "Alice" Carter

Oct 05, 1936 - Feb 15, 2024

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Washington, DC

Azalee "Alice" Carter was born October 5, 1936 in Florence, South Carolina to the late Levi Murrell and Annie Sanders. She was the eldest of nine siblings. In 1955, Alice met Richard Carter and began a 67 year-long marriage together. She enjoyed traveling with her husband and children. She will be greatly missed. To to the family or in memory of Alice Carter, please

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James A. Watson

Jun 03, 1945 - Feb 16, 2024

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null, VA

Burial will take place Tuesday, March 5th, 1:00 p.m. Quantico National Cemetery, Triangle, VA To to the family or in memory of James A. Watson, please

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Claire Sinclair Cassell

May 29, 1929 - Feb 17, 2024

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Washington, DC

Claire Sinclair Cassell, 94, on February 17, 2024. Born in Washington, DC on May 29, 1929 to Harriet and Charles Sinclair. She is predeceased by her husband Robert, daughter Laura, and great-granddaughter, Maria. She leaves behind her sons, Robert Jr. (Brenda), John (LInda); grandchildren Robert III (Erin), Thomas (Daniela), Katherine (Matthew), John S., Christopher (Caroline), Brendan (Amber); great-grandchildren Evelyn, Dexter, Harper, Lea and Isabella.Graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School and Chevy Chase Junior College. Taught at Blessed Sacrament School, volunteered at Sibley Hospital and was an avid shopper. Claire and Bobby loved to travel abroad and spend time at their summer home in Selby on the Bay. Wake is Friday, February 23 at 10 a.m. St. Columba Episcopal Church, 4201 Albemarle Street NW, Washington, DC, Funeral service at 11 a.m. Burial Rock Creek Cemetery.

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Casey Lee Fisher

Feb 05, 1982 - Feb 08, 2024

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Washington, DC

Casey Lee Fisher, 42, of Triangle, Va passed away surrounded by family and friends on February 8, 2024 in Washington DC. He was born in Tomball, Tx on February 5, 1982, Casey was raised and Graduated from Tomball High School in 2000. He was married to Stephanie and they share a son, Jackson Fisher, 10. Casey was active in sports, and an active member at CGS in his youth, he enjoyed putting on skits in Jr. high and high school. He volunteered for Catholic work camps around the U.S. He had a heart for serving, that took him to serve his country. He joined the Navy in 2009. Had a career in it for 9 years. From the beginning of boot camp they saw leadership qualities and was quickly placed to lead many as their mentor. From England, Germany, Afghanistan and other countries, he was loyal and proud to serve his fellow man. Casey had a passion and love for his son whom he was extremely proud of, he enjoyed swimming, working out and was an avid reader. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Edith and Bill Fisher and uncle Bryon Fisher . He is survived by his son, Jackson Fisher of Manassas, Va, parents Rick and Norina Fisher of Tomball and Susan Lewis of Conroe, brothers, sister's, multiple nieces and nephew: Nicholas and Jennifer Fisher, Caleb, Austin and Brayden of Newnan, Ga, Andrew and Sabrina Kelso, Teagon, Landon, Paige, Kayla, Madison, and Jameson of Magnolia, Tx, Phillip and Monique Ehrhart, Emma and Elizabeth of Tomball, Tx and John and Giuliana Fisher, Siena and Luke of Cedar Park, Tx. Visitation will be held from 4:00 to 7:00PM on Thursday March 7 at Earthman Resthaven. The funeral mass will be held at 11:00am on Friday March 8 at Christ the Good Shepherd Catholic Community with a reception immediately following in the social hall @ Christ the Good Shepherd Burial will follow at Houston National Cemetery at 12:30PM Then returning or to stay at CGS for celebration of life

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Sarah "Sally" Hand Herren

Nov 30, 1939 - Feb 13, 2024

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Washington, DC

Sarah "Sally" Hand Herren, a native of Washington D.C., passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 due to complications from Parkinson's disease and pneumonia. Cherished wife of 55 years to John D. Herren, devoted mother to Lisa, Michael and Allison, and grandmother of Ellie and Catherine, Sally leaves behind a treasured community of dear friends. Sally was born on November 30, 1939 in Washington, D.C. Together with her brother Bill, weekends during her early years were spent chasing turkeys and collecting eggs from under the turkey hens at her grandfather’s Virginia farm. Summers were spent in Nantucket, where she and Bill were part of the annual ‘Sconset theater productions with the cast drawn from summer residents. Sally attended The Potomac School, and The Madeira School, before graduating from Smith College in 1961. She then began a lifelong commitment to education through embarking on a career first as a third-grade educator, starting at her alma mater, Potomac. Her teaching endeavors extended to the American Community School in Beirut, Lebanon, from 1963 to 1965 where she again taught 3rd grade. It was here where Sally’s curiosity and love of adventure blossomed as she took advantage of living in the “Paris of the Middle East”, a highlight being a particularly remarkable summer trip with friends, camping in their VW microbus from Mombasa to Cape Town. Returning to Washington D.C., Sally served as the Assistant to the Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She dedicated herself to various community service roles, notably as a member of the Board of Directors of the Junior League of Washington, where she chaired the Education Committee. Sally led a full life as a wife, mother and educator. At the core was her 55-year marriage to John, the love of her life, launched on a first date on the tennis court. Their enduring partnership began amidst the backdrop of John's military service, as Sally embraced the role of army bride during his deployments, including a second tour of service in Vietnam. Together, they navigated the challenges and adventures of military life, which included several army bases in Germany and travel across Europe. Upon returning to Washington D.C., Sally found herself drawn back to Potomac School, where she served for 11 years from 1987-1997 as the Director of Alumni Affairs, leaving an indelible mark with the establishment of the first Alumni Governing Council. In retirement, Sally continued to be an active member of the Sulgrave Club, working on her great interest in furthering the “Memories” project, intended to capture and record the recollection of Sulgrave Club members since its founding in 1932. Sally also dedicated eighteen years of her time as a mansion docent at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens. Her extensive knowledge of the collection, particularly in eighteenth century French and nineteenth century Russian decorative arts, brought the history of Hillwood to life for countless visitors. Sally, a gifted athlete, was an avid tennis player, skier, and in retirement, relished her time on the golf course. Sally is survived by her devoted husband, Colonel John D. Herren (Ret.) USA; her loving children, Lisa and Michael; her cherished son-in-law, Charles, and daughter-in-law, Karina; as well as her beloved grandchildren, Ellie and Catherine. She was preceded in death by two adored daughters, infant Alice Corcoran Herren, and Sarah Allison Herren. When asked how she wished to be remembered, Sally's response epitomized her character: "I adored my family.” Sally will be buried at Arlington Cemetery. A memorial service is planned for late spring. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Sally’s name to the Michael J. Fox Foundation (https://www.michaeljfox.org/) for Parkinson’s Research and the Parkinson Foundation (https://parkinsonfoundation.org/).

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Aug 30, 1925 - Feb 24, 2024

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Washington, DC

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Aaron Bushnell

Feb 01, 1988 - Feb 24, 2024

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Washington, DC

In a tragic and shocking turn of events, Aaron Bushnell, a 25-year-old active-duty service member of the US Air Force, passed away on February 25, 2024. The incident unfolded as he set himself on fire outside the Israeli embassy in Washington, DC, in a desperate act of protest against what he perceived as a "genocide" against Palestinians in Gaza. His self-immolation, a drastic and rare form of protest, aimed to draw attention to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and prompt global action. Late Sunday night, reports confirmed the heartbreaking news of Aaron Bushnell's demise due to the severe injuries sustained during the act. The community now grapples with profound sorrow, reflecting on the depths of his convictions and the tragic outcome of his plea for justice. Aaron's sacrifice highlights the complexities of individuals driven to extreme measures in pursuit of change, urging us to examine the effectiveness and emotional toll of such protests. As we mourn the loss of Aaron Bushnell, let us approach this situation with compassion and understanding. His actions, while challenging to comprehend, underscore the profound despair felt by many witnessing global conflicts. In honoring his memory, let us strive to address the root causes of such desperation and work towards a world where drastic acts of protest are no longer necessary.

Carolyn M. Kirkland

Died : Feb 17, 2024

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Washington, DC

Carolyn M. Kirkland's homecoming was Saturday, February 17, 2024. She was a dedicated family member, devoted member of her church and an involved teacher. She will be missed by all she touched. In lieu of flowers, please donate to an educational charity of your choice in memory of Carolyn M. Kirkland. . To to the family or in memory of Carolyn M. Kirkland, please

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