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Soprano celebrated the American song

Soprano soloist Helen Boat-

wright, 94, who championed the performance of American song and recorded the first full-length album of songs by composer Charles Ives, died Dec. 1 near Syracuse, N.Y. The cause of death was not reported. Mrs. Boatwright was celebrat-

ed for singing the music of Ameri- can composers such as Ives and her husband, Howard Boat- wright. In 1954, she became the first person to record a full-length album of Ives’s songs, “24 Songs” with pianist John Kirkpatrick. She also studied with compos-

er Normand Lockwood, who helped shape her philosophy that singers had a responsibility to perform and promote contempo- rary music. Born Helena Johanna Strass-

burger in 1916, shewastheyoung- est of six children in a large music-loving German family from Sheboygan, Wis. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music from Oberlin College. Her operatic debut was as

Anna in an English-language pro- duction of Otto Nicolai’s “The Merry Wives of Windsor” at Tan- glewood inMassachusetts. During her career, she worked

with luminaries in the world of music, including conductors Leo- pold Stokowski, Erich Leinsdorf, SeijiOzawaandZubinMehta.She also performed with Leonard Bernstein at Tanglewood in the early 1940s, sang opposite tenor Mario Lanza in his operatic stage debut, and performed for Presi- dent John F. Kennedy in the East Roomof the WhiteHouse in 1963. Mrs.Boatwrightmet her future husband, violinist Howard Boat- wright, in an elevator in Los Angeles in 1941whentheywereto perform in a National Federation ofMusic Clubs competition. They married two years later

and performed together through- out their lives in the United States,Mexico, Europe and India. Many of her husband’s composi- tions for voice were written for her. In 1964, Howard Boatwright


Dewey D. Scribner, 79, a re-

tired computer systems analyst for the Labor Department, died Nov. 12 at Manor Care, a nursing facility in Fairfax County, of com- plications from viral encephalitis. He was a Falls Church resident from 1969 until 2008. Mr. Scribner came to the

Washington area in 1968 to work for the Labor Department. He retired in 2007. Before coming toWashington,

he lived inMinneapolis and was a computer programmer for the Veterans Administration and the Billy GrahamEvangelisticAssoci- ation. DeweyD. Scribner was born in

Lewisville, Minn. He received an associate’s degree from what is now Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minn., in the early 1960s. He served in the Army during the KoreanWar. He was a volunteer with Food

for Others, a food bank in North- ern Virginia, and an election offi- cer in Falls Church from 1995 to 2007. He served on the board of the old Aldersgate Wesleyan Church in Falls Church. Survivors include his wife of

42 years, Mary Lou Truax Scrib- ner of Broadlands; a son, Shawn D. Scribner of Ashburn; two brothers; two sisters; and two grandchildren.

—Lauren Wiseman Norrene L. Vogt

COMMUNITY ACTIVIST Norrene L. Vogt, 80, a commu-

nity leader in maintaining the historic character of Washing- ton’s Foggy Bottom neighbor- hood, diedNov. 26 at her home in the District. She had hepatitis C, which led to liver disease. Mrs. Vogt came to the Wash-

ington area in 1974 and lived in Lanham with her husband before moving to Foggy Bottom in 1984. Mrs. Vogt helped establish a community playground and flow- er garden and led efforts to pick up trash and maintain a neigh- borhood park. She was also active in fighting

redevelopment and expansion projects that could affect the neighborhood’s traditional char-

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Helen Boatwright marked her 90th birthday with a solo concert at a church. She taught until shortly before her death.

became the dean of the Syracuse University School of Music, and in 1969 the couple established a university-sponsored summer program, L’Ecole Hindemith in Vevey, Switzerland, where they taught and performed every sum- mer until 1988. Helen Boatwright taught at

SyracuseUniversityandConnect- icut College. She also was a pro- fessor of voice at the Eastman School ofMusic in Rochester dur- ing the 1970s and served as a guest professor at CornellUniver- sity and the Peabody Conservato- ry of Music at Johns Hopkins University. Even in her 90s, Mrs. Boat-

wright continued to learn new music. For her 90th birthday in 2006, she celebrated with a solo concert at a local church. Her husband died in 1999. Sur-

vivors include two sons and a daughter. Mrs. Boatwright’s family said

she was still teaching until three weeks before her death, and the final piece of music she listened to was the last soprano aria of Handel’s “Messiah.” —Associated Press

acter. Norrene Louise Horsfall was

born in Cleveland and grewup in Northfield, Ohio. She was a secre- tary for Goodyear Tire & Rubber in Ohio in the 1940s and 1950s. After moving to Tallahassee, Fla., in 1964, she was a secretary at a molecular physics institute at Florida StateUniversity. Mrs. Vogt received associate’s

degrees from Tallahassee Com- munity College in 1971 and from Prince George’s Community Col- lege in 1982. Shewasa publishedpoetanda

member of Federal Poets, a Dis- trict-based poetry group, and the West End Library Book Club. She was a member of the Fog-

gy Bottom Association and Foggy Bottom Historical Conservancy and volunteered with Common Cause. Survivors include herhusband

of 60 years, Robert L. Vogt of Washington; two children, De- niseVogt of Arlington Countyand Danni Vogt of Tallahassee; two sisters; two brothers; and a grandson.


Departed this life to join her ancestors on Monday,November 29, 2010. One of three children left to the late John and Ida May Boardley,she leaves to cherish her memory cousins Dorothy Dorsey,Esther Pearson and Laverne Goldman; godchildren William and Ida Muldrow and aspecial friend Helen Muldrow and ahost of relatives and friends.Family will receive friends on Tuesday,December 7, 2010 at 11 a.m. for amemorial service at McGuire Funeral Home,7400 Georgia Avenue, N.W.


Members of the Montgomery County Police Alumni Associationare notified of the passing of our Bro.James L. Bohn on November 11, 2010. He served with honor from 1961 to 1985. Our condolences to his family. James M. Hartnett, Chaplain


Of Arlington, Virginia passed away on Decem- ber 3, 2010. He was surrounded by his loving family as he started his journey to peace. Dick was agraduate of St. Johns Academy and was retired as ameeting planner having shared his skills with the American Society of Association Executives and the American Society of Microbiology.Heserved on the Board of Directors for the Representative.He also served as President of GASCO Warehous- ing and Exhibit Services.Heissurvived by his wife,Jan, his daughters Bethany and Barbara and their husbands,his mother Isabel, his sister Shirley and his grandchildren Jason and Rachel. No Services will be held. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice in his name.



Yvonne M. Byrd, 87, a member

of Grace BaptistChurch in Bowie, died Nov. 28 at the Springtime Home assisted living facility in Bowie. She had Alzheimer’s dis- ease.

She was born Yvonne Marie

Mertz in Strasbourg, France. Dur- ing World War II, she met John Byrd, an American soldier who was posted in France. They were married in 1947 and

spent some time in Paris and Brussels before moving to the United States.Shehadlived in the Washington area for more than 45 years. Survivors include her hus-

band, a Newnan, Ga., resident from whom she was separated; their four children, Daniel Byrd and Richard Byrd, both of Green- belt, Neal Byrd of San Jose, Costa Rica, and Gisele Byrd of Balti- more; and three grandchildren. —T. Rees Shapiro


Of Mitchellville,MD, departed this life suddenly on November 30, 2010. His legacy continues through his loving wife of 31 years,Vera; son D'Angelo; two sisters,Marjorie Johns and Lorraine Smith; two brothers,Calvin S. Prattis and Charles Brummell Jr.; four aunts,Lydia Roach, Annie R. Woods,Hilda Hammond, and Mary J. Blake,and ahost of nieces,nephews, cousins,and friends.The Funeral and two separate Visitations will be observed at St. Michael's Lutheran Church, 700 St. Michael's Dr., Mitchellville,MD20721 on Tuesday, December 7from 6to8p.m. and Wednesday, December 8from 11 to 12 noon with funeral services from 12 noon to 2p.m.


On Friday,December 3, 2010, of Silver Spring, MD.Beloved wife of Richard R. Crowley; sister of Ella F. (Clarence S.)Smart. Also survived by 10 nieces and nephews.Relatives and friends may call at Collins Funeral Home,500 University Boulevard, West, Silver Spring, MD (Valet Parking), Monday,2 to 4p.m. Mass of Christian Burial at Resurrection at Riderwood Chapel, 3160 Gracefield Rd., Silver Spring, MD, on Tuesday,December 7, 2010 at 10 a.m. Interment private at Gate of Heaven Cemetery.


On Wednesday,December 1, 2010. He is predeceased by his wife,Roberta C. Daniels.Survived by four daughters,Brenda Addi- son, Marcia, Freda and Wanda Daniels; 21 grandchildren; 40

great-grandchildren; one brother,James Davis and ahost of other relatives and friends. Viewing will be held on Thursday,December 10 from 10 a.m. until time of service 11 a.m. at HORTON &REESE FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, 600 Kennedy St., NW.Interment Washington National Cemetery.


Peacefully on Thursday,November 18, 2010; devoted wife of the late Charles L. Davis; and loving sister of the late Dorothy N. Beck. She is survived by three children Lorenzo D.,David L., and Juanita D. Evans; abrother Linwood R. Newbold; three grandchildren; five great- grandchildren; step-children, nieces,nephews; ahost of other relatives and friends.Mrs.Davis will lie in state at Holy Comforter-St. Cyprian Catholic Church, 1357 East Capitol St., SE on Tuesday,December 7from 10 a.m. until Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Services by STEWART.



Of Fairfax, VA,passed away on December 2, 2010. He was born to the late Donald and Helen Kennedy.Terence is survived by his loving wife of 37 years,Joan Lawless Kennedy. He is also survived by his three sons: Mark Stewart Kennedy of Washington, DC,David Stewart Kennedy (Angela) of Richmond, VA, and Ethan James Kennedy (Jennifer) of Falls Church, VA.Hewas the caring grandfather of Jackson, Caraline,Callie,Caitlyn, and Lane. He will also be missed by his brother Thomas Stewart Kennedy of Los Angeles,CAand his sister Jill Kennedy of Arizona. Terence graduat- ed from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1972. He was an avid runner completing many Marine Corps Marathons and the JFK 50 Miler.He loved spending time with his grandchildren and traveling.Interment will be private.Inlieu of flowers,memorial contributions may be made in Terence's memory to AForever-Home Rescue Foundation, P.O. Box 222801, Chantilly, VA. ROSENBERG

vey (Laura), and Jay(Rebecca) Rosenberg; dear brother of Freda (Jerry) Lake; beloved Pop-Pop of Josef (Shari) and Eric Mintz, Molly,Alex, Jack, Anna, Max and Ben Rosenberg.Funeral services will be held at Judean Memorial Gar- dens Chapel, Olney,MDonMonday,December 6, 2010 at 11:30 a.m. with interment following. The family will receive friends at the home of Marcia and Robert Rosenberg on Monday evening.Memorial contributions may be made to Children’sHospital, 111 Michigan Avenue, NW,Washington, DC 20010. Arrangements entrusted to TORCHINSKY HEBREW FUNERAL HOME, 202-541-1001, (endorsed by the Rab- binical Council of GreaterWashington).

MORRIS ROSENBERG On Saturday,December 4, 2010, MORRIS ROSENBERG of Silver Spring, MD.Beloved husband of Renee Forcier and the late Arline Rosenberg; loving father of Robin (Larry) Mintz, Marcia (Robert), Har-


William F. Maher,ofFront Royal, Virginia, formerly of Pittsburgh and New Castle, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully at his residence on December 1, 2010 with his wife Maureen at his side. He was 85. He was born in New Castle on March 18, 1925, the son of Jeremiah and Nona Daly Maher. Mr.Maher joined the United States Army in 1943 wherehelearned to pilot landing craft in prepara- tion for the invasion of Japan. He was honorably discharged as acorporal. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh whereheearned his Bach- elors degree in 1950 and his law degree in 1953. He was selected for the Law Review and the Moot Court Boardwhile attending the University of Pittsburgh Law School. Mr..Maher was employed by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation in Pittsburgh wherehestarted out as atechnical recruiter for the Bettis Atomic Laboratory,which built propulsion systems for the U.S. Navy.Heretired from Westinghouse as an international human resource expert and adviser to Westinghouse executive management. He worked extensively with the United Nations International Labor Organization. Following his retirement, Mr.Maher married the former Maureen Lane and together they moved to

Fort Royal, Virginia. They built their own home and improved the property by planting pine trees and hardwoods and farming hay. Mr.Maher always enjoyed the outdoors, especially spending time hunting with his brother and nephews and fishing with his son and other family members. He was afan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and NotreDame Fighting Irish, as well as the Virginia Wahoos. He also enjoyed poetry,music, and read widely. Mr.Maher's first marriage, to Sally Johnston, with whom he had three children, ended in divorce. Mr.Maher is survived by his wife Maureen Lane- Maher,his daughter Marcia Geremakis (Perry), Millstone Twp., NJ, his son, William Maher (Michelle Berberet), Alexandria, VA,and Michelle Maher (Robert Barnes), Wexford, Pa., and his seven grandchildren whom he loved dearly,Caroline, Alexander,Madeleine, Clair,Julia, Will, and Emma. Memorial contributions may be made in his memo- ry to the Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 West Cork St. Suite 405, Winchester VA 22601. Mass of Christian burial was celebrated December 6, 2010, at 9a.m. in St. Mary's Church, New Castle. Condolences may be sent, and amoredetailed obituary can be viewed by visiting the web site

"THE BEST LOOKING GUY INTOWN" Youhave been gone now for 17 long years. Always and forever missed and loved so much. Love,Aland Jon

December 6, 1918-December 4, 1993 ToMyFather on his 92nd Birthday

AMOS TYREE HOPKINS NASH Love always,Bobby Nash and Family,2010.

July 1, 1912 -December 6, 2005 Gone,but not forgotten.




Of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sunday November 28, 2010 in Fairfax, VA.Heissur- vived by his son, Philip,and his sister Deloris,of NewYork.Also mourning his passing are Marty, and Candy Hohlweg of South Carolina. During WWII he was in the Army air corps.Heflew in more than 50 missions overWestern Europe in 1944 and 45. He was very proud of his service in the 416th Bomb group,flying in A-20s and A- 26s.During the late 1940s he was amember of the 11th Airborne Division, 511th regiment, serving in Japan. From the early 1960s until his retirement, he worked for the Department of the Navy,both at the Philadelphia navy yard and here in theWashington, D.C. area. Services are private.


On December 1, 2010 of Seat Pleasant, MD. Survived by nine sisters; five brothers; two god children; adevoted friend Mary Ayers; other relatives and friends.Visitation Wednesday, December 8, 9:30 a.m. Service 10:30 a.m. at J.B. JENKINS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 7474 Landover Rd., Landover,MD






Born April 2, 1913 in Chester,South Carolina. Passed away December 4, 2010 in Delray Beach, FL. Married to Eugene M. Dolan Sep- tember 13, 1935,who passed away September 13, 1963. Jannie retired from the House of Representatives as atelephone operator in 1984 and moved to Delray Beach, FL in 1985. She is survived by her sons,Tom (wife Pam), and Steve (wife Marsha). Grandsons: Todd (wife Maryellen), Steven Jr.(wife Jaime), Evan Dolan, and Joey Overbay.Great-grandchildren: Tori and Jake Dolan. Brother:Carl Grant. Burial will be held at George Washington Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Hospice by the Sea, Boca Raton. Donations may be made through the internet at


The Members of Samuel Gompers -Benjamin Franklin Lodge No.45 regret the passing of our Bro. Steven Frank, P.P. on December 3, 2010.


Of Broadkill Beach, DE and Silver Spring, MD, passed away November 23, 2010 at the age of 91. Ansof was preceded in death by her husband, Col. Benjamin Parks Gray.She is survived by her sister,Edna Strand; her chil- dren, TomGrayand Patricia Vaughn; her grand- daughters,Vicki Watson, Tracey Taylor and Kelly Goodwin and eight great grandchildren.A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday,December 11, 2010 at the Inter-faith Chapel, 3680 Leisure World Blvd, Silver Spring. In lieu of flowers,memorial contributions can be sent to Delaware Hospice,100 PatriotsWay, Milford, DE, 19963.


Passed away November 26, 2010 in her apart- ment in San Francisco the morning after enjoy- ing Thanksgiving dinner at the home of her son Walter Howard and son-in-law Don Gibbons. She moved to San Francisco from Boston with “her sons” three years ago.Although she had lived in Boston the prior two years after being disabled by astroke,she was alife-long Virginian, having been born in Fairfax County June 21, 1930. She married Woodrow Howard in November 1949 and they were happily married until his death in 1996. She retired from the federal government after some 25 years with the Department of Agriculture and the Civil Rights Division of the Justice depart- ment. In addition to her son she is survived by one sister,Dorothy Dadoly of Port Charlette, Florida, and numerous nephews and nieces. Memorial services are being planned for Arling- ton National Cemetery where she will be interred with her husband in the spring.Dona- tions may be made in her name to the charity of indviduals’ choice.


On Monday,November 29, 2010; loving daugh- ter of Margaret Huff and mother of Teara, Mary,Jerry and Jermaine,passed away at the age of 57 with family by her side.She is also survived by 13 grandchildren, three sisters, two brothers,other relatives and friends.Ms. Huff will lie in state at First Baptist Church of Glenarden, 3600 Brightseat Rd., Landover, MD,Tuesday,December 14 from 10 a.m. until services at 11 a.m. Interment private.Services by STEWART.


On Thursday,November 25, 2010; beloved husband of Kellie D. Chambers.Heisalso survived by adaughter Lashelle Jones; two sons Frederick Warren and Derron McGee; two sisters Paula Jones Hatton and Elleen Dyson; brother James Burns; other relatives and friends.Mr. Jones may be viewed at the STEWART FUNERAL HOME, 4001 Benning Rd. NE on Monday,December 6from 6to8p.m.He will lie in state at Mt. Airy Baptist Church, 1100 North Capitol St. NE on Tuesday,December 7 from 10 a.m. until Service at 11 a.m. Interment Harmony Memorial Park.


Alover of the outdoors,especially when she had agolf club in her hand, and adevoted wife, mother and grandmother,died on November 25, 2010 at the Brighton Gardens residence in Friendship Heights,MD. She was 92. Mrs. Keller was married for 59 years to Robert S. Keller until his death in 2000, and together they renovated more than ahalf dozen residences, including aVictorian townhouse in the Logan Circle area of Washington. The daughter of William Carlton and Bessie Evans,Mrs.Keller was for many years an administrator with her father’sbusiness.She was atwo-term president of the Ladies’ Golf Association at Columbia Country Club in Chevy Chase,MD, and amember of the vestry of St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Annapolis,MD. She was predeceased by her dear friend William N. Seitz. She is survived by daughters Lydia Calio and Bess Keller;their husbands,Nicholas E. Calio and Michael L. Terrin; and five grandchil- dren, Jessie Calio,Nicolas K. Calio,Lydia E. Calio,Robert Terrin and Will Terrin.Amemorial service will be held at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, where Mrs.Keller was confirmed and taught Sunday School, at 3Chevy Chase Circle, Chevy Chase,MDonMonday,December 20 at 2p.m. In lieu of flowers,the family requests that donations be made in Mrs.Keller’sname to the Salvation Army or the Montgomery County Humane Society.




On Saturday,December 4, 2010, of Rockville, MD.Sister of Thomas B.,II(Cathy) Maloney and Michael (Patty) Maloney; aunt of Erin Maloney,Kathleen (Hector) Lopez, Matthew (Ben) Maloney and Theresa Maloney; great aunt of two.The family will receive friends at PUMPHREY’S COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME, 300 W. Montgomery Ave. (Route 28 just off I- 270 exit 6-A) Rockville,MDonTuesday from 7to9 p.m. where aservice will be held on Wednesday,December 8, 2010 at 1p.m. Interment Parklawn Memorial Park. Please view and sign the family guestbook at



van and the late Edythe,Meyer,Mary,Rose, Sophie,Oscar,Henry,Florence and Esther; beloved grandfather of Sam, Caitlin, Cheyenne, Jacob,Christina and Tia. Services at SOL LEVIN- SON &BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore,MDonTuesday,December 7, at 2 p.m. Interment Beth Yehuda Anshe Kurland Cemetery,6700 Bowleys Lane.Please omit flowers.Contributions in his memory may be sent to Alzheimer's Association, 1850 York Road, Suite D,Timonium,MD21093.

On December 4, 2010, Bernard Scherr.Loving husband of the late Catherine Scherr (nee Frank); dear father of Mary Wheeler and Mickey (Gloria) Scherr,and the late Danny and Steven; devoted brother of Syl-


Of Damascus died unexpectedly Friday, December 3, 2010 at Howard County Gen- eral Hospital. Born June 9, 1931, she was the daughter of the late Helen Hilton and Frank Shipley.She is survived by her sister Willie Sier,foster sister Jean Trageser and husband Charles; children and stepchildren Jackie Hamersley and husband Paul, Billy Medairy and wife Pam, and Bonnie Russell; grandchildren Sarah Hamersley,BradMedairy and his wife Suzanne,and numerous other grandchil- dren and great grandchildren. In addition to her parents,she is preceded in death by her husband Paul Medairy,twin sister Iris Shipley,sister Belle Bennett, step- daughter Marion Dillow,and step son-in- law Marty Russell. She was amember of Damascus Methodist Church for many years and also attended services at Salem United Methodist Church.Visitation will be held at Molesworth-Williams,P.A., Funeral Home,26401 Ridge Road, Damascus,MD 20872 on Tuesday,December 7, 2010 from 2to4p.m. and 6to8p.m. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday,December 8, 2010 at the funeral home at 11 a.m. The Rev.Carroll Gunkel will officiate.Following the service,burial will be at Damascus Methodist Cemetery.Inlieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her memory to Salem United Methodist Church or the Fuel Fund of Maryland. Online Condo- lences may be expressed to the family at


On Wednesday,December 1, 2010. Loving father of Benita M. and Harvey W. Slye.Also survived by his father,Alphonso I. Slye; five grandchildren, four sisters,two brothers,other relatives and friends.Mr. Slye will rest at STEWART FUNERAL HOME, 4001 Benning Rd. N.E. on Wednesday,December 8from 6until 7 p.m. Interment private.



DANIEL J. STELZER The Members of Samuel Gompers -Benjamin Franklin Lodge No.45 regret the passing of our Bro. Daniel J. Stelzer on December 5, 2010.

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Mitchell and Julie Simpson; astepson Sean Shealy.A memorial service will be held on Wednesday,December 8, 2010 at the FAIRFAX MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 9902 Braddock Road, Fairfax, VA at 2p.m. Memorial contribu- tions in his name may be made to the St. Jude Children’sResearch Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place,Memphis,TN38105, Forobituary and directions visit

FREDERICK T.MOORE,IV. On December 5, 2010, of Centre- ville,VAFrederick “Tom” Moore, he is survived by his wife Beth Moore,his parents,Rita and Frederick Moore; sisters Pam

On December 3, of Silver Spring, Maryland. Survived by her loving husband, George Was- muth, niece IsaraSarntaprapa, and her many family and friends in Bangkok, Thailand, Mary- land and Oklahoma. Friends will be received at PUMPHREY’S BETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE FUNERAL HOME, 7557 Wisconsin Ave.,Bethes- da, MD on Tuesday,December 7atfrom 12 to 1p.m. when afuneral service will be held. Please view and sign the family guestbook online at



Anative Washingtonian who moved to Rochester,NYin2005, Kendied peacefully at the age of 69 on December 4due to complications from Parkinson’sDisease.Heis survived by his wife,Joyce Rolczynski; children, Hillary Myers of Silver Spring,MD,Judith (Kevin) Bolton of Rochester,NY, and Trasan Moore of Roanoke,VA; his granddaughter,Adelyn Bolton; astep-daughter and granddaughter, Tracy and Catherine McCalmont; abrother, Mickey Myers; an aunt, Billie Lang; and dear friends,Bruce Sanders and Sandy and Nick Nickles.

He taught his children that bigotry was bad and respect was right. He will be remembered with laughter and alot of love.A memorial service will be held in Maryland in the near future; donations may be made to The Jewish Foundation for Group Homes (

Mickey Myers will be sitting Shiva at his home (2901 South Leisure Blvd, #203, Silver Spring, MD 20906, 301.598.3446) beginning Sunday evening, December 5, through Friday after- noon with Shiva Minyan Sunday through Thurs- day evenings at 7:30 p.m.

On Saturday,December 4, 2010. Beloved husband of the late Nellie C. Zimmerman; beloved father of Don M. Zimmerman, Debo- rahZ.Anderson, Diane Z. Armstrong; brother of Florence Burchett. Also survived by seven grandchildren, Michael C. Zimmerman, Stephanie L. Zimmerman, Christopher A. Anderson, Stephen J. Anderson, Matthew J. Anderson, Sean C. Armstrong and the late Jacob M. Kostro; daughter-in-law,Pamela C. Zimmerman; son-in-law,John A. Anderson. Friends and family are invited to attend Memo- rial Services on Monday,December 6at1 p.m. at the Chapel at Riderwood Village,3160 Gracefield Rd., Silver Spring, MD.Interment private.Inlieu of flowers,contributions may be made to Riderwood Village Church, Attn: Missions,3110 Gracefield Rd., Silver Spring, MD 20904. Arrangements by RENDON-HALE FUNERAL HOME.


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On Saturday,December 4, 2010 at his resi- dence in Warrenton, VA.Beloved husband of Iris Rinker;devoted father of Daniel P. Rinker (Ingrid), Susan Agin (Robert, Jr.) and Ginger Mayhugh (Kenny); brother of Charles Edwin, Rufus P.,Kenneth L., Leroy R. and the late Donald W. Rinker;grandfather of Crystal, Eric, Justin, Caitlin, Colin, Kori, Reed, Sarah, Tyler, Corie and Abby.Also survived by seven great- grandchildren. Family and friends are invited to Edwin's Life Celebration at MONEY AND KING FUNERAL HOME, 171 West Maple Ave., Vienna, VA on Wednesday,December 8from 2to4and 6to8p.m. Funeral services will be held on Thursday,December 9at11 a.m. at Oakton United Methodist Church, 2951 Chainbridge Rd., Oakton,VA.Interment private. In lieu of flowers,donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association. The online guestbook is available at


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