Obituaries – Baltimore

  • Estha James, 92

    Estha James passed peacefully from this life the evening of July 5, after a gradual decline in health and an extended stay at Citizen Care Rehabilitation Center. She was surrounded by her caregiver and loving extended family and friends during the last days of her life. Estha was born in ...

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  • Michelle Dial, 62

    On Wednesday May 25, 2011, Michelle Cecilia Murray Dial of Baltimore, peacefully submitted her spirit to her heavenly father. She was a 1967 graduate of Edmondson High School. She later retired from AAA Corporation as a Customer Service Representative. She is preceded in death by her parents ...

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  • Christophe G. Bacote Pinnick

    Christophe Godfrey Bacote Pinnick was born June 27, 1947, to the late Doris Alma Pinnick and Milton Bacote. Christophe had a great bond and was raised by his stepfather Russell Pinnick Christophe. Affectionately known as Chris, he departed his earthly June 2 after a brief illness. Chris ...

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  • Marion David Taylor, 59

    Marion, who was known to all as “Buck,” went home to be with the Lord on June 11. He was the son of Marion and Sodonia Taylor of Snow Hill, Md. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Clifton Fisher. Buck was educated in the Worcester County and Wicomico County Public ...

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  • Edgar Fitzroy Williams, 85

    Early Thursday morning, June 9, 2011, before the dawn of a new day, God called his servant, Edgar Fitzroy Williams, home. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on Aug. 27, 1925, as the eldest son of four children born to Edgar Fitzroy Williams and Mary Johnson Williams. Two of his siblings preceded ...

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  • Charles R. Watts Jr.

    Charles R. Watts Jr. was born to Charles R. Watts Sr. and the late Esther Jewell (née Williams) on Aug. 24, 1942, in Baltimore. He was the oldest of four children. He departed this world on May 30 after a brief illness. Charles was educated in Baltimore City public schools and graduated ...

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  • Thelma C. Wyatt, 83

    Thelma Consula Wyatt was born to Charles and Mary Mertina Brown on April 12, 1927. In 1949, Thelma married William Willie Wyatt. Thelma was an active 83 years young, a blessed mother of three daughters and one son, a grandmother, great-grandmother, educator, church and community leader who will ...

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  • Marcia Parks Brown, 67

    Marcia Parks Brown was born Dec. 29, 1943, in Newport News, Va., to the late Norma A. Parks and Clinton R. Parks Jr. Marcia was raised and educated in Hampton, Va. After graduating from George P. Phenix High School, where she was an honor student and member of the tennis team, she matriculated ...

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  • Benjamin E. Smith, 64

    Benjamin E. Smith (affectionately known as Ben) was born on March 8, 1947, in Richmond, Va., to the late Herman and Amelia Smith. His older brother, Alfred W. Smith, preceded him in death in 1996. Benjamin was raised in the heart of Baltimore City in the 600 block of North Carrolton Ave. During ...

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  • Elizabeth Scott, 95

    Elizabeth Caldwell Talford Scott shimmered into a cool breeze at the age of 95 years. Hailing from Chester, S.C., where she, with her large family, sharecropped vegetables and cotton on the plantation where her grandparents labored as slaves, Scott made a new life in Baltimore in 1940. ...

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  • Norma Lambson, 99

    Norma Barnum Lambson of 2211 West Rogers Ave. Apt. 109E, passed away peacefully on Feb. 22. Mrs. Lambson was a retired Baltimore City public school teacher and devoted wife of Calvin G. Lambson, deceased. She was born on March 10, 1911 and departed this life 16 days before her 100th birthday. ...

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  • Corey D. Barnes, 12

    Corey Dion Barnes was born March 4, 1998, in Baltimore, the only son of LaWanda Sailes. He was the youngest of three children. Corey would have been 13 on March 4 of this year. He died as a result of the teenage fad, the choking game, a game whereby young people tie or have tied […]

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