Columbia Obituaries

Columbia Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Columbia, MD

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  • Wednesday Jul 1 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Catherine J. Cochran

    Catherine J. Cochran, who became a fixture in Howard County civic and political life after settling there nearly 60 years ago and also had a successful real estate career, died Sunday at Holly Hill Farm in Clarksville. She was 85. "She was a wonderful friend and I first met her when we moved here in 1969.


  • Wednesday Jul 1 | via 

    Barbershop as God's counseling center in BedStuy, Br...

    The electric hair clippers extend like they are a scepter inviting the next customer to step into the throne. Delon Love grasps the crown of the teenager's skull with a large, steady hand.


  • Tuesday Jun 30 | via Cape Gazette 

    Joseph C. 'Trey' Duke III, true love for music

    Trey was born June 18, 1990, in Columbia, Md., and grew up in Seaford. He attended Sussex Tech High School and Del Tech Community College in Georgetown.


  • Sunday Jun 28 | via Martinsburg Journal 

    Louis G. Surgen

    Born Feb. 2, 1951, in Washington, D.C., he was the son of the late Raymond Charles and Olive Rice Surgen.


  • Monday Jun 22 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Nancy L. Kramer

    Nancy L. Kramer, who was a co-founder and first director of Downtown Baltimore Child Care Inc., which was known for its progressive approach to early childhood education, died Wednesday of Alzheimer's disease at Sunrise Senior Living in Columbia. She was 83. "Nancy brought a love of children to her work and wanted to develop and provide high-quality care and environment for children.


  • Friday Jun 19 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Raisa Zelinsky

    Raisa Zelinsky, who endured forced labor as German forces occupied her native Ukraine and who later sold linens at the Hecht Co., died June 2 at the St. Joseph's Nursing Home in Catonsville. The former Northeast Baltimore and Columbia resident was 96. Born to Wasyl and Juliana Bulawka in the Ukrainian town of Husiatyn, in what was then Poland, she was raised in Luboml, in what is now Ukraine.


  • Sunday Jun 14 | via 

    Columbia Woman Died After Driving Off Parking Struct...

    A Columbia woman died Sunday afternoon when her vehicle crashed through a retaining wall and fell from the upper to lower level in a parking lot, according to police. Barbara Schwartz, 83, of Columbia, was driving through the upper level of a parking structure in the 5400 block of Vantage Point Road when the vehicle hit a retaining wall at approximately 3:55 p.m., police reported.