Cumberland Obituaries

Cumberland Obituaries

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  • Monday Jul 27 | via Berkshire Eagle 

    Peg Lynch, pioneer of radio, TV sitcom, dies at Beck...

    Radio personality, writer and comedian Peg Lynch, pictured left sometime between 1963 and 1964, has been dubbed the inventor of sitcoms. Lynch, right in 2013, died Friday at her home in Becket, where she lived for more than 40 years BECKET >> Peg Lynch, the creator and star of one of televisions's first sitcoms, "Ethel and Albert," died at her home on Friday.


  • Thursday Jul 23 | via Cape Gazette 

    Mary C. Miller, U of D advisor

    Mary C. Miller, 68, of Milton passed away at Beebe Healthcare in Lewes Wednesday, July 15, 2015. She was the daughter of the late William "Boots" and Mary Miller, born in Cumberland, Md., April 10, 1947.


  • Thursday Jul 23 | via The Indianapolis Star 

    Rev. W. William "Bill" Crawford

    W. William "Bill" Crawford 77, of Huntington, WV, passed away on July 21, 2015 at the Village at Riverview, Barboursville, WV.


  • Wednesday Jul 22 | via 

    Obituary: Judith W. Spencer

    Judith W. Spencer, a resident of Lake Bluff and Lake Forest for the past 48 years, passed away on July 18. She was born in Cumberland, Maryland in 1933, the eldest daughter of Louis and Edriess Wright. After graduating from Towson State College in Maryland, she taught elementary school in Maryland and Illinois.


  • Monday Jul 20 | via 

    Obituary Notice: L. Hays Chambers

    A devoted husband, father and grandfather, he was loved by many and a friend to all but most importantly, a devoted servant of God. He was one of those rare people who enjoyed every day he spent at the campus, as it allowed him to be in contact and work with the students he so enjoyed.


  • Sunday Jul 12 | via Dayton Daily News 

    FOSTER, Virginia C.

    News Death Notice FOSTER, Virginia C. "Ginny" Age 94, of Centerville, OH, died peacefully in her home on Wednesday July 8, 2015. Ginny was born October 2, 1920 in Cumberland, MD to William and Caroline Lee.


  • Wednesday Jul 8 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    William A. Colbert Jr., Tuskegee Airman

    William A. Colbert Jr., who was one of World War II's famed Tuskegee Airmen, died Monday at Western Maryland Regional Medical Center in Cumberland of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 95. On May 15, Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin presented Mr. Colbert a Congressional Gold Medal at the Allegany County Nursing Home in Cumberland, where he was surrounded by his family.