Silver Spring Obituaries

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  • 6 hrs ago | via Florida Today 

    Richard Melvin Tweed

    He was born in Beloit, KS and served as a pilot in the Army Air Corps during WWII, then graduated from the University of Colorado.


  • Wednesday | via DFW Catholic 

    William May, the prof who renounced his dissent from...

    Silver Spring, Md., Dec 18, 2014 / 12:04 am .- William E. May, a professor who retracted his one-time dissent from Humanae vitae and became an influential pro-life teacher and defender of Catholic moral ethics, died on Saturday. "Teaching was everything to Dr. May," recalled his former student Kathleen Buckley Domingo.


  • Wednesday | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Hogan, David G.

    DAVID G. HOGAN, 65 NEWBURG, PA. - David G. Hogan, age 65, of Newburg, passed away Monday, December 15, 2014, at Chambersburg Hospital.


  • Thursday Dec 4 | via The News Journal 

    Mary Lorraine Lappa

    Born in Wilmington, Lorraine was the daughter of the late Arthur and Lorraine Woodlridge and attended Conrad High School.


  • Sunday Nov 30 | via Cape Gazette 

    Cynthia A. Richardson, registered nurse

    Cynthia "Cindy" A. Richardson, 62 of Ocean View, formerly of Montgomery County, Md., passed away surrounded by her loving family Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, at her home. She was born in Washington, D.C., Aug. 4, 1952, daughter of William and Audrey Sazama.


  • Monday Nov 24 | via 

    Three dead after SUV crashes into tree in Silver Spring

    Three people are dead after the vehicle in which they were riding went off the road and struck a tree in Silver Spring early Sunday morning. A 2003 Chevrolet Suburban was traveling east on East-West Highway near Washington Avenue at about 3:20 a.m. when it veered off the road, struck a tree and landed on its side, according to Montgomery County police.


  • Sunday Nov 23 | via The Washington Post 

    When the mourning's over, what will we do to remembe...

    Marion Barry at the Radio One studios in Silver Spring, Md., on October 23rd. He visited the studios to promote his autobiography "Mayor for Life: The incredible story of Marion Barry, Jr." A month ago Sunday, I spent six hours with Marion Barry.


  • Saturday Nov 22 | via The York Daily Record 

    Former Strand-Capitol leader dies at 77

    Clyde Lindsley, a former executive director of the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center who helped to bring big name artists such as Jay Leno and Bernadette Peters to York, died Nov. 11 in Olney, Md. "Clyde really gave us some inroads," said Delaine Toerper, who was on the board of Strand-Capitol during Lindsley's tenure.


  • Friday Nov 21 | via Washington Blade 

    Equality Maryland board chair dies at 43

    M. Scott Bowling, a longtime LGBT advocate and board chair of the political arm of Equality Maryland, Inc., died at the age of 43 in the Hospice of the Chesapeake in Annapolis on Nov. 19 after battling several life-limiting illnesses, including Crohn's Disease. Bowling created a blog, , to raise awareness of those who suffer from the disease and need small bowel transplants and chronicling the struggles they endure physically, mentally and financially.


  • Wednesday Nov 19 | via Minot Daily News 

    Donald Crowther

    He is survived by: his wife, Gloria Benson Crowther; his son, Doug, and son, Rick and daughter-in-law Therese; and his siblings Ruth Manning of Massachusetts, Arline Elcock of Connecticut and Rexford Crowther of New Hampshire. Funeral service will be celebrated: 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 25, at Montgomery Hills Baptist Church, 9727 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring.