Silver Spring Obituaries

Silver Spring Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Silver Spring, MD

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  • 18 hrs ago | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Hamilton, Leroy Theodore

    LEROY THEODORE HAMILTON, 86 PALM COAST - Leroy Theodore Hamilton, 86, retired truck driver of Palm Coast, transitioned on Friday, May 20, 2016. The son of Andrew and Bertha Hamilton, he was a native of Fort Meade.

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  • Tuesday May 10 | via News 88.9 KNPR 

    Peggy Girshman diving in Hawaii in the summer of 2015.

    Our friend and colleague Peggy Girshman, a longtime NPR editor and co-founder of Kaiser Health News, died in March . But her passion for health journalism survives her.

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  • Saturday May 7 | via The Washington Post 

    Washington-area obituaries of note

    Bernice Jackson, 98, who founded and managed a Washington dance studio for more than 70 years, died March 21 at her home in Washington. The cause was heart ailments, said a son, Frederick Jackson.

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  • Tuesday May 3 | via Martinsburg Journal 

    Sidney L. Brenner

    Sidney L. Brenner, of Sandy Spring, Maryland, formerly of Gaithersburg and Silver Spring, Maryland, and Martinsburg, passed away Saturday, April 23, 2016. Preceded in death by wife, Elba Hernandez-Brenner; parents, Bruce Brenner and Louise Mandigo Brenner; and brother, Bruce "Tommy" Brenner.

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  • Monday May 2 | via White Lake Beacon 

    Roger L. Jacobs

    Roger L. Jacobs, age 74, of Montague, passed away April 27, 2016 in Montague. He was born October 13, 1941 in Montague, the son of Herbert and Elaine Jacobs.

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  • Sunday Apr 24 | via Cape Gazette 

    Allen 'Al' Frenzel, retired supervisor

    Allen "Al" Jay Frenzel, 74, of Ocean View, formerly of Silver Spring, Md., passed away surrounded by his loving family Friday, April 22, 2016, at Beebe Healthcare in Lewes. Allen was born in Washington, D.C., March 12, 1942, son of the late Wallace E. and Jeannette Frenzel.

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  • Apr 21, 2016 | via The Washington Post 

    Washington-area obituaries of note

    Mortimer A. Dittenhoffer, 102, a financial management officer at federal agencies including NASA, the old Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and what is now the Government Accountability Office, died March 4 at a hospital in Silver Spring, Md. The causes were congestive heart failure and pneumonia, said a daughter, Jane Grant.

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