Westminster Obituaries

Westminster Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Westminster, MD

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  • Friday Nov 20 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Celeste D. Saxton-Garver, Carroll County educator, dies

    Celeste D. Saxton-Garver, supervisor of staff development for Carroll County public schools who oversaw the system's high school dropout program, died Nov. 3 of breast cancer at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster. The daughter of Harvey L. Saxton, a dean at Towson University , and Angela Attardo Saxton, a Baltimore County high school teacher, Celeste Dawn Saxton was born in Baltimore and raised in Randallstown.


  • Tuesday Nov 10 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Stoner, Harold E.

    HAROLD E. STONER, 82 MULBERRY - Harold E. Stoner, 82, of Mulberry, Florida, formerly of Westminster, MD, died Friday, Nov. 6, 2015, at Arbor Oaks in Lakeland Florida. Born August 8, 1933, in Westminster, MD, son of the late Harold and Hilda Stoner.


  • Monday Nov 9 | via Philly.com 

    Frank Trautz; coached 2 sports at Haddon Twp.

    As head football coach at Haddon Township High School in the mid-2000s, Frank L. Trautz worked the field like a chessboard. If the opposing defense "gave us a certain look, he enjoyed tweaking around," countering with a formation of his own.


  • Monday Nov 9 | via Baltimore Jewish Times 


    On November 5, 2015, MARVIN "BOB," cherished husband of the late Jane Sussman ; devoted father of Dr. Stephen Sussman , Lynn Sussman-Orenstein and John Sussman; adored brother of the late Harriett Shulman; loving grandfather of Andrew, Ethan and Jane Sussman; cherished son of the late Joseph and Ada Sussman. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mount Wilson Lane on Friday, Nov. 6, at 10 a.m. Interment at Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery, Berrymans Lane.


  • Oct 21, 2015 | via Cape Gazette 

    Patricia W. Manolovich, cherished her family

    Patricia Whitledge Manolovich, 73, of Manchester, Md., received her wings in Heaven Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2015, at Carroll Hospice Dove House in Westminster, Md. She was born Sept.


  • Oct 19, 2015 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Wiggin' out without losing cool

    When Loretta Stangler was diagnosed in June with stage I breast cancer, she was told time and time again it was inevitable that she would lose her hair from chemotherapy. But the Westminster resident said her "practical" temperament played a part in preventing her from succumbing to distress and fear.