Rockville Obituaries

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  • Tuesday Oct 7 | via 

    Earle Palmer Brown dies at Potomac home

    Earle Palmer Brown died at his home in Potomac on Oct. 1 following a life that involved work and leadership roles in multiple fields, including public relations, journalism and politics. Among his many roles in the area, Brown ran his own public relations agency and was an important figure in starting The Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville.


  • Monday Oct 6 | via 

    Terrence David Ingram

    He was born April 4, 1951, in Rockville, Md., the son of Grace Eloise White Ingram and the late Harvey David Ingram. He had worked for Johns Manville as a forklift operator and his last employment was SW Resourses.


  • Saturday Sep 27 | via 

    Stephen Lorenzetti | Park Service official, 54

    Stephen Lorenzetti, 54, who spent his career with the National Park Service and rose to the top-executive ranks overseeing a restoration of the Washington Monument, as well as the planning and construction of the National World War II Memorial and other sites, died Sunday at a hospital in Rockville, Md. He had been mountain biking at Schaeffer Farms, a trail in Germantown, Md., when he suffered a heart attack, said his wife, Maureen.