Anne Arundel County Death Notices, Jan. 22

A list of those with local connections who have recently passed.



Brad Small, 28, a resident of Annapolis, died on Jan. 5.
(From Lasting Tributes Funeral Home)

Robert McFerrin Lewis, 79, a resident of Annapolis, died on Dec. 27.
(From Lasting Tributes Funeral Home)


Richard P. Connelly, 51, of West River. Died Jan 15. (George P. Kalas Funeral Home)

Jeanne P. Burwell, 92, of Harwood. Died Jan. 14. Survived by her son, daughter, five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. (George P. Kalas Funeral Home)

Charles C. Nickerson, 59, of Edgewater. Died Jan. 12. (George P. Kalas Funeral Home)

Charles H. Behlke, 71, of Mayo. Died Jan. 11. (George P. Kalas Funeral Home)

John E. Morrison Jr., 95, a 40-year resident of Davidsonville. Survived by his two daughters, a son, his former wife and six grandchildren. (George P. Kalas Funeral Home)

Edith M. Stockett, 92, of Davidsonville. Survived by her daughter, son, sister and grandson. (George P. Kalas Funeral Home)

Glen Burnie

Marjorie Catherine Ratcliffe Musser, 90, died on Jan. 14. (From Singleton Funeral Home)

Valerie Yaffo, 44, died on Jan. 14. (From Singleton Funeral Home)

Mary Markins
, 92, died on Jan. 13. (From Singleton Funeral Home)

Robert Smith
, 64, died on Jan. 12. (From Singleton Funeral Home)

Mary Lycett
, 59, died on Jan. 12. (From Singleton Funeral Home)

Angela C. Proutt
, 77, died on Jan. 10. (From Kirkley Ruddick Funeral Home)


Dolores Clara Smith (nee Clark), 76, who had family in Arnold, died Jan. 14 (From Barranco & Sons Funeral Home).

Eileen Louise Schlein, 84, of Annapolis died Jan. 15 at FutureCare in Arnold (From Barranco & Sons Funeral Home).

Edna Jones, a resident of Sunrise Senior Living, passed away on Jan. 7. She was 90. (From Barranco & Sons Funeral Home)

Frederick F. Morgan, 76, of Arnold died Jan. 10 at Johns Hopkins Hospital (From The Capital)


Bogdan Ladny of Odenton. Died Jan. 13. (From the Washington Post)

Marie Marcus, of Severn. Originally from Odenton. Died Jan. 4. (From the Maryland Gazette) 


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