Rockville Obituaries

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  • Thursday | via Milpitas Post 

    Scott Warren Bradley

    Scott Warren Bradley passed away peacefully in the Palo Alto Veterans Hospital on Jan. 14, 2015, surrounded by loved ones. Mr. Bradley was born Sept.


  • Thursday Jan 22 | via The News Journal 

    Charlotte Roosevelt

    She was born August 5, 1923 in Coatesville, Pennsylvania to the late J. Irvie Hoffman and Emma McIlhenny Hoffman.


  • Wednesday Jan 21 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette 

    Helen Lorentzen

    Boylston - BOYLSTON - Helen E. Lorentzen, 97, of Boylston, passed away on Monday, January 19, 2015, at Lanessa Extended Care Center in Webster. Her husband, Fred P. Lorentzen, predeceased her in June 1995.


  • Tuesday Jan 13 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Earl R. Herne

    AKWESASNE – Mr. Earl R. Herne, 82, formerly of Cook Road, passed away early Monday morning, January 12, 2015 at the Highland Nursing Home, where he had been a resident since 2009. Earl was born at the family home on September 4, 1932, the son of the late Abraham and Christie Laughing Herne and attended Bombay school.


  • Thursday Jan 8 | via The Democrat 

    Barbara Neary 1929-2014

    Barbara was born on March 1, 1929 on North Island in San Diego, CA. She was an identical twin to Mother Virginia, O.C.D., who preceded her in death in 2001.


  • Monday Jan 5 | via Cape Gazette 

    James Russell Pope, government retiree

    James Russell Pope, 87, of Bethany Beach, known as "Big Jim," "Big Red" and "Jim" and husband of the late, Kathleen A. "Punky" Pope, passed away Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, at Beebe Healthcare in Lewes. He was born in Washington, D.C., and along with his brother, Lawrence Pope, was raised there, sons of the late James Raymond and Gertrude Pope.


  • Dec 27, 2014 | via 

    Staten Island obituaries for Dec. 26, 2014

    Dominick Fabrizzio , 53, a kind, sensitive family man who enjoyed his career as a car salesman, died Tuesday in his Richmond Valley home following a two-year illness. Thomas F. Quinlan , 80, a successful businessman and talented craftsman who built his own house in Pleasant Plains, died Friday in his Rockville, Md., home.