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Cliff Melvin
Our community is saddened by the untimely death of Cliff Melvin, husband of Betsy Ross. Cliff passed away on December 15, 2023 in Vero Beach, Florida.

A Celebration of Life will take place on Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 11:00am at the Community Church in Vero Beach (CCOVB). The service will be live streamed on their website under “View Our Livestream”.

The Chesapeake Church located at 6201 Solomon Island Road will live stream the service and have an in-person gathering to allow all of Cliff and Betsy’s friends locally to participate. A reception will follow.

For more information, please call Pam Slaughter at 443-968-9315.

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On November 15, 2023, age 64, died of brain cancer at his home of 5117 Knoll Road, Huntingtown MD. After a year long struggle with glioblastoma, Dan passed away peacefully on Wednesday. Dan was well known throughout southern Maryland as a master farrier, a huntsman, and a good friend of the community. He graduated from DeMatha High School and a graduate of Donald Jones Horseshoeing School, North Carolina. He is survived by his mother Gloria Wyvill Garner, his children and grandchildren; his siblings, many nieces, nephews, and many friends of the community; and his many customers. 

Visitation will be held at 10:00 AM Saturday, December 9, 2023 at Saint Mary's Catholic Church, 14908 Main St., Upper Marlboro, MD followed by Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM.    Burial will be private.

In Dan's memory, consider donating to the Glioblastoma Research Organization.  A celebration of life will be announced at a future time.


Vivian Yebens Nauser

May 15, 1938 – September 3, 2023

 Vivian Yebens Nauser of Neeld*s Estate passed away peacefully at Washington Hospital Center as the sun rose on Sunday, September 3, 2023. She was surrounded by her three daughters and said goodbye to her husband and son before she left this world behind.

Vivian is survived by her husband of 65 years, Don Ray Nauser, her children Donald Nauser Jr. and his wife Dianne of Poplar Bluff, MO, daughters Laura Antonelli and her husband J.P. of Annapolis, Leslie Schrader and her husband Chris of Chevy Chase and Leigh-Ann Haas and her husband Raymond of of Edgewater, 13 cherished grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Vivian was born on May 15, 1938 in Washington DC.  She grew up in Washington with her parents Irene Agnes (Daly) and Walter Joseph Yebens and older sister Barbara. Vivian spent her summers visiting a cottage along the coast of Maryland where she later brought her own children and eventually her grandchildren. Vivian embodied love and honesty.  She was feisty, thoughtful and always told you exactly how she felt.  Vivian was unfailingly quick with a joke. Her positive attitude, resilience and faith never wavered despite her many health battles during the past few years. 

Vivian was a devoted mother and an adored grandmother. We were captivated by her lovely spirit, infectious laughter and undeniable strength. She always sang *You Are My Sunshine* to her grandchildren but she is our sunshine. Vivian was happiest at the Chesapeake Bay surrounded by family. Vivian*s presence can be felt in the salt air and warm summer nights on the beach. She will be missed deeply and loved eternally. 

*We will celebrate her life with a memorial mass on Friday, September 8 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Anthony*s Catholic Church in North Beach. For those who can join us, we ask that you wear bright colors to reflect Vivian*s love for the beach. In lieu of flowers, the family requests you consider a donation to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation to protect her favorite place on earth.

Mrs. Shirley “Big Shirl” Rooney            (née Pfeifer) passed away peacefully at home August 24, 2023 in Chesapeake Beach, MD at the age of 88

Mrs. Shirley “Big Shirl” Rooney (née Pfeifer) passed away peacefully at home August 24, 2023 in Chesapeake Beach, MD at the age of 88.

Shirley is survived by her daughter Katherine “Kathie” Marie Stapleton (Rick), Prince Frederick, MD, granddaughter and caregiver Jennifer Spadaro, her partner Nicole Raftery, Chesapeake Beach, MD, and grandson John Michael Tierney, Chesapeake Beach, MD, and also by several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by the love of her life Francis Theodore “Teddy” Rooney and daughter Robin Marie Rooney Scott of Chesapeake Beach, MD.

Shirley was born on September 16, 1934 in Baltimore, MD to Ignatius John and Katherine Pfeifer. She was a proud National Honor Society student, who skipped two grades to graduate from McKinley Technical School in 1952. Shirley and Teddy met in junior high. They secretly eloped on November 3, 1957, then had their “real” wedding the following year on February 15, 1958. She worked in the Department of Justice for the Attorneys General as an Editor, alongside the Kennedy’s for ten years before starting her family. Shirley was incredibly generous and doting to those she cherished. Anybody who knew Shirley also knew her special friend, Birfy Girl. They left a lasting impression with everyone they met, and will be truly missed.

Visitation: September 5, 2023 10 AM – 12 PM at Rausch’s Funeral Home in Owings, MD. Service will be held at 12:00. Committal Service will be at Fort Lincoln Cemetery in Brentwood, MD.

Deacon Ed Baker will officiate the ceremony. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Shirley’s life. Flowers and condolences may be sent to Rausch’s Funeral Home, 8325 Mt Harmony Ln, Owings, MD 20736.

The family asks that you please wear PINK to honor Shirley.

Thomas Vincent Reilly

Mar 30, 1947 - Jul 10, 2023



Thomas “Tom” Vincent Reilly, 76, died Monday, July 10, 2023 after a long illness. Tom was born in Orange, NJ, raised in West Milford, NJ, and graduated from St. Leo College in Florida. He was Chief Operating Officer for Trak Auto for many years, and later served in a senior management role at Auto Zone until he retired. Tom’s favorite place to be was the beach house on the Chesapeake Bay where he was an avid fisherman. He loved to play cards. Tom leaves behind his loving wife and best friend of 25 years, Mary Osbourn Reilly, and two daughters from his first marriage, Shannon (Chris) Cox of Davidsonville, MD and Erin (David) Fletcher of Shady Side, MD. Additionally, he is survived by five grandchildren, Tori (Derrick) Epley, Ryleigh (Wyatt) Johnson, Lauren Cox, Cole McMullen, and Noah Cox, as well as three great-grandchildren, Kayleigh, Liam, and Graham, and five siblings, Kathleen Hohmann Post of Naples, FL, Eileen Hornbostel of Olney, MD, Brian Reilly of Vernon, NJ, Christine Castronova of West Milford, NJ and Joanne Dieckman of Naples, FL. Memorial donations can be made to the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenbaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, checks payable to: UMMS Foundation, P.O. Box 64573, Baltimore, MD 21298 (or online here). A Memorial mass will be held on Thursday, August 10 at 1:00 pm at Holy Family Catholic Church, 826 W Central Avenue, Davidsonville, MD. A reception will immediately follow at 216 Autumn Chase Drive, Annapolis, MD 21401.

Michael E Matullo

April 25, 1954 - February 19, 2023





Michael "Mike" Eugene Matullo, 68, passed away on Sunday, February 19, 2023, at his home in Palm Coast, Florida. Born on April 25, 1954, in Arlington, Virginia, to Cora Joan Fretz and the late Eugene Joseph Matullo, he graduated from Oxon Hill High School in 1972 and University of Maryland in 1977.

Mike worked construction for several companies until he persuaded his dad to go into business together, starting "Matullo and Sons." In 2008, Mike ventured out to own his own company," Matullo Construction LLC." He had great vision when it came to drawing and drafting plans. Building beautiful homes from the ground up or enhancing existing homes, he was a wonderful builder and handyman; he could do anything.

Mike loved his family and friends, and lived for the water, enjoying the beach, boating, wave running and fishing. He loved taking his daughter, stepchildren, nieces and nephews, and friends tubing off the boat, making them laugh, and always getting a big kick out of throwing them off the tube. And although always keeping him on his toes, Mike adored his time with his grandson, Damian. He also loved relaxing in the hot tub on his front porch in Huntingtown, MD, especially with his wife and when it snowed; tailgating and watching the Washington Redskins; going to concerts, especially to see his favorite group, "the Rolling Stones"; and he certainly wasn't the best, but he loved dancing.

In his recent years, while living in Florida, Mike spent most of his days on Crescent Beach or riding along the ocean, admiring the extravagant homes; going to the Brass Tap to watch the Redskins games; but most content spending time at home.

Preceded in death by his grandparents: Silvio Eugene Matullo and Ann Corrine Palgano Matullo, Samuel Stoffer Fretz, IlI and Clara Brown Heinke Fretz; brother: Matthew Bruce Matullo; aunt: Beverley McKinney Matullo and nephew: Samuel Thomas Peede.

He is survived by his wife: Sherri L. Matullo; daughter: Giorgianna Catterton (Steven Zell); grandson: Damian Catterton; stepchildren: Melanie A. Gormley and David A. Gormley (Amber); sisters: Terriann Matullo Peede (Tom), Joanne Marie Matullo, Danette Marie Matullo-Miller; and brother: Eugene Joseph Matullo, Jr.; Uncles: Richard Carmine Matullo and Donald J. Fretz; 8 nephews, 3 nieces, 13 great nephews and 8 great nieces.

A memorial ceremony will be held Saturday, April 29, 2023, at 11:00 a.m.: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 5400 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast, Florida 32137

In lieu of flowers those desiring may donate in memory of Michael E. Matullo:

Flagler County Human Society,, 1 Shelter Drive, Palm Coast, Florida 32137
or Mayo Clinic,, 5400 San Pablo Road, South, Jacksonville, Florida 32224


To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Michael E Matullo please visit our Sympathy Store.

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Anne Ellis Geiger passed away on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 in Brookeville, Maryland. She was the daughter of the late Dr. George J. Ellis and Katherine Johnson Ellis. She was preceded in death by her husband Gerald Lewis Geiger and former husband John “Jack” Gallagher, father of her children. She is survived by her siblings George J. Ellis, Jr., William M. Ellis and Robert M. Ellis and Karen E. Barbee. Her sisters Catherine M. Dirlam and Mary Lousie Wilson preceded her in death. She is also survived by her sons Sean Gallagher and his wife Mary, Michael Gallagher and his wife Susan, her daughter Anne Jones and her partner Jay, and her stepson William Geiger and his wife Marie. She leaves behind ten grandchildren whom she adored: Grace Gallagher, John Gallagher, Patrick Gallagher, Christiana Gallagher Oatman, Liam Gallagher, Michaela Gallagher, Morgan Jones, Robert Jones, Marcus Geiger and Marian Geiger.

Anne taught social studies for 30+ years in Montgomery County Public Schools teaching at Einstein High School, Randolph Junior High, Argyle Intermediate School and Eastern Middle School. Anne once said, “After the joy of my church and family, teaching was my greatest love.” She taught over 4,000 students.

Anne was a Commissioner on the Montgomery County Commission for Women, President of the Rockville Business and Professional Women’s Club and a member of the Blessed Sacrament Parish where she served as Eucharistic Minister and facilitated bible study sessions. She attended Trinity College in Washington, DC for her undergraduate degree and the University of Maryland for her master’s degree. Anne’s passion, whether in or out of school, was to continuously learn and better her mind.

Anne enjoyed travel, politics, current events, reading and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She especially loved time at Plum Point on the Chesapeake Bay where her parents bought a summer cottage in 1943 and where her daughter now resides. It was here that she and her six siblings learned to water ski behind her dad’s Chris Craft Ski King, catch spot and bluefish, walk the beach in search of shark’s teeth and picnic at Parker’s Creek. This legacy she passed on to her children and grandchildren. Anne was a strong, resilient, fun loving, well-balanced women with a thirst for bettering herself and helping others. She was passionate about social justice and equal rights, especially for women. Her Catholic faith was her comfort and joy throughout her life.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to Victory Housing – Heartship Fund. Victory Housing is a nonprofit assisted living group, of which Marian Assisted Living is a part. Anne lived at Marian Assisted Living for 8 ½ years and loved the facility, staff, activities and chapel. HEARTSHIP FUND - Victory Housing, Inc. | Assisted Living, Independent Living, Multi-Family Housing

1SEPTEMBER    Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 am   MARIAN ASSISTED LIVING CHAPEL   19109 Georgia Ave  Brookeville, MD 20833

1SEPTEMBER   Interment

GATE OF HEAVEN CEMETERY   13801 Georgia Ave   Silver Spring, MD 20906

Anne Ellis Geiger

JANUARY 20, 1932 – AUGUST 11, 2021
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Chester Burgess
Passed away on Wednesday, July 7, 2021
He attended our community 4th of July
celebration on Saturday (7/3/21).
Everyone was so happy to see him.

Gary Alan Toth

July 20, 1954- August 20, 2020

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Alan Toth, 66, of Huntingtown passed away August 20, 2020 at his residence. He was born July 20, 1954 in Finleyville, PA to John and Marie (Sand) Toth.

A resident of the beach community Neeld Estate in Huntingtown, Maryland since 1995. He was an active member of the Neeld Estate Association Committee, participating in neighborhood activities and volunteering his time and energy to supporting committee-sponsored events.

Gary retired as Master Sargent from the U.S. Air Force in 1995 after 21 years of service. He was last assigned to the 89th Airlift Wing (AW), assigned to Air Mobility Command and provided global Special Air Mission airlift logistics, aerial port and communications for the president, vice president, cabinet members, combatant commanders and other senior military and elected leaders as tasked by the White House, Air Force chief of staff and AMC. He continued to serve the U.S. Armed Services on Andrews Air Force Base as a subcontractor until 2016. In his spare time, Gary enjoyed riding Harley Davidson’s, listening to music, going to the beach, finding sharks teeth, and spending time with his children and grandchildren.

Gary was preceded in death by his father John Toth in 2002, mother Marie Sand (Sandz) in 1961, and John “Skip” Toth in 1994. He is survived by his children Alan Toth and wife Ashleigh Dawson of Lusby and Kelly Quinn and husband Michael of Berlin, grandchildren Rileigh Toth, Alysa Quinn, Corey Quinn and Kailyn Quinn, and brothers Les Toth and wife Jacqueline and Rich Toth and wife Marilyn, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

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Alma Louise Spaid (Age 93)  

On April 10, 2020 Alma L. Spaid of Silver Spring, MD departed this life at home with family by her side. Alma was the beloved wife of the late Glen L. Spaid. She is survived by her children, Keith Spaid (Robin), Teresa Archer (Tom), Brenda Fowler (Bootie), Mitchell Spaid (Barbara) and Todd Spaid. She is also survived by many grandchildren (the late Richard and Brad) and numerous great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. We would like to thank her caregivers Roza, Karene, Marry and Jen for their support for the past several years. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the funeral will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Millian Memorial Methodist Church, 13016 Parkland Drive, Rockville MD 20853 or to Montgomery Hospice, 1355 Piccard Drive, Rockville, MD 20850.

Published in The Washington Post on Apr. 15, 2020

John Wayman Norris

John Wayman Norris, age 77 of Waldorf, Maryland, died January 27, 2020 at his residence with his family at his side.











John was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend. He enjoyed gardening, fishing along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, working Sudoku puzzles, spending time with his family, taking cruises, and serving our country as a Lt. Col. in the Army Reserves. He was on several committees for the Boy Scouts and a member of the American Legion. He grew up along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay as a young boy, spending casual summers fishing, swimming, and working odd jobs around the neighborhood. This tradition continued when he had his own family.

He was the son of Milton Hardy Norris and Harriet Ann (Schmidt) Norris and is survived by his wife, Jill B. Norris; his sons, Jon W. Norris and Jay B. Norris; his daughter, Jennifer V. Norris; his brother, James Milton Norris; and his grandchildren, Gavin W. Norris, Alison J. Norris, Jonathan D. Norris, Alton B. Norris, Nate E. Norris, Cameron A. Martinez. And Alyssa S. Norris.

There will be a Committal Service on Friday, February 21, 2020 at 1PM at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, 11301 Crain Highway, Cheltenham, Maryland 20623.

In lieu of flowers, we are asking that donations be made to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (

Committal Service

February 21. 1:00 PM (EST)

MD Veterans Cemetery - Cheltenham, MD

11301 Crain Highway

Cheltenham, MD, 20623


Mary Virginia McGovern

January 29, 1928- November 30, 2019




Mary Virginia McGovern, 91, of Huntingtown passed away November 30, 2019 at her residence surrounded by her family. She was born January 29, 1928 in Baltimore to Howard S. and Gladys M. (Barnes) Hamann. Virginia was raised in Baltimore. She married John “Jack” McGovern on July 13, 1946 and they lived in Forestville for many years before moving to Neeld Estate in Huntingtown. She was a school teacher at Mt. Calvary in Forestville. Virginia was active in the community; she was a member of Emmanuel United Methodist Church and in her spare time she enjoyed baking pound cakes and chocolate chip cookies, crocheting, making blankets, traveling, and drinking margaritas on the rocks with salt.

Virginia was preceded in death by her husband John “Jack” McGovern, sons John M. and Patrick S. McGovern, and son-in-law Frederick Bauer. She is survived by her daughter Kathryn M. Bauer of Huntingtown, daughter-in-law Janice DeMarco McGovern, grandchildren Kevin McGovern and wife Lizz Kilby, Kristyn McGovern Hurley and husband Gavin, Danny Bauer and wife Breanne Bauer, Jack Bauer, and Kiley Bauer and great-grandchildren Luke, Rachel, and Ryan McGovern, Sarah and Garrett Hurley, and Hudson Bauer.    


Saturday, December 7, 2019     11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Emmanuel United Methodist Church    P.O. Box 484    Huntingtown, MD 20639


Saturday, December 7, 2019      1:00 PM
Emmanuel United Methodist Church    P.O. Box 484    Huntingtown, MD 20639


Southern Memorial Gardens    10155 Ward Road    Dunkirk, MD 20754


Emmanuel UM Church   PO Box 484    Huntingtown, MD 20639    410-535-3177


Elizabeth “Betty” Powers Burgess

December 8, 1926- June 15, 2019

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Elizabeth (Betty) Powers Burgess, 92, died peacefully Saturday, June 15, 2019. Betty was born in Washington, DC to the late Irene and Col. John Powers on December 8, 1926. Betty is survived by her husband Chet, who she met at the University of Maryland soon after WWII and married on September 16, 1950.  They lived in Silver Spring for several years and, as IBM expanded, moved to Wappingers Falls, NY where they raised Peggy (Mark), Sue (deceased in 1993), Tom (Jan), and Kathy (Bob). In retirement, Betty and Chet enjoyed living in Neeld Estate, MD; regular visits with grandchildren Will, Jenn, Richie, and Ian; building their timber frame home; Emmanuel Church, traveling adventures, and sailing on the beautiful Chesapeake.

Betty was always the mom that all the other moms turned to for help or advice when there was a crisis. She was calm and quick-minded with a silly sense of humor and bright, welcoming smile. Betty was an active volunteer, serving in many capacities including NYS Master Gardener, Church School Superintendent, and Food Pantry worker. In her later years, she especially enjoyed the job of delivering food to a local boys’ home when the boys would come out the front door to greet and thank her.


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                                   Charlotte Lorraine Zajac

                                               January 12, 1948 - August 11, 2018









Charlotte Lorraine Zajac, 70, of Huntingtown passed away peacefully in her sleep at Watermelon Park and Campground on August 11, 2018. Charlotte was a loving mother, grandmother and significant other for 18 years. She was an incredible pillar to the Neeld Estates community and a wonderful friend to many. The light in her heart touched every person she met. 

Charlotte was preceded in death by her mother Fannie Mae Moore, father Charles Thomas Thrasher, stepfather Joseph Moore, brother Charlie Thrasher and sister Diane Banqure. She is survived by her significant other of 18 years Jerry Dotson of Huntingtown, daughter Kathlyn Zajac of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, granddaughter Paulyn Salazar of Florida and siblings Peggy King of Chesapeake Beach, Deborah DePompa of Hughesville, Mike Thrasher of Norfolk, NE and Jackie Harrington of New Orleans, LA.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018  |   6:00 PM - 8:00 PM  |  Rausch Funeral Home - Owings 
8325 Mount Harmony Lane  |  Owings, MD 20736


Funeral Service 
Wednesday, August 22, 2018  |  12:00 PM  |  Rausch Funeral Home - Owings 

Southern Memorial Gardens   10155 Ward Road  Dunkirk MD 20754 


Following the burial there will be a celebration of life at the American Legion in Chesapeake Beach at 2:00PM   3330 Chesapeake Beach Rd, Chesapeake Beach, MD


John Veneziano, "Jack", 58, a resident of Huntingtown, MD for nineteen years and originally from Hagerstown, MD, died on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at his home.

Born on July 31, 1959 in Plainfield, NJ to Carmen N. and Rosemary T. Veneziano, Jack earned a Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice from Virginia Commonwealth University. He was an employee of Restaurant Nora in Washington, DC for thirty years, eventually serving as general manager. Restaurant Nora was honored to be a recipient of the The James Beard Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award. After retiring from Restaurant Nora in 2017, Jack enjoyed volunteering with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, browsing for reading material at the local library, cultivating his garden, and spending time with family and friends. He recently began working part-time at Annapolis Wine Cellars. Jack enjoyed kayaking, gardening, cooking, reading, music and wine.

He is survived by his fiancé, Katy Mozingo and her children, Anna and Joe Mozingo; his sisters, Kathleen McCauley and Teresa J. Veneziano both of Hagerstown, MD; his brother, Carmen K. Veneziano, and wife Jeanie Veneziano, of Palm Beach Gardens, FL; his nieces, Colleen T. McCauley of Hagerstown, MD, Annie M. Sandigo, and husband Kelvin Sandigo, of Palm Beach Gardens, FL; as well as many uncles, aunts and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents, Carmen N. and Rosemary T. Veneziano and his nephew, Carmen J. Veneziano.

Friends are invited to celebrate Jack's life on Thursday, March 1 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 PM at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD where his memorial service will be held on Friday, March 2 at 11 AM. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, Contributions may be made to the USMH Foundation, Inc., 32 W. Washington St., Hagerstown, MD 21740 (memo line- Carmen Joseph Veneziano Memorial Scholarship, c/o Erin Harmon). 

Frederick W. Bauer

Frederick William “Fred” Bauer, 58, of Huntingtown, MD, died on Thursday, December 21 at his home due to cancer. Born on September 30, 1959 in Washington, D.C. to the late Joseph C. and Julia G. Ferreira Bauer, Fred was a graduate of Crossland High School in Temple Hills, MD. He was a co-owner of his family’s plumbing business, Joseph C. Bauer, Inc. Fred was a member of Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Huntingtown, MD. 

Fred loved his friends, family, and pets alike. No matter the event, he was each of his children’s biggest fan. When he was not working on one of his many projects, he could be found boating, fishing, or sitting on the beach or at any given dock bar in the summer. In the colder months, he could be found around the woodpile, tending the wood stove (with his Dog, Macie), “piddling” in one of his garages, or watching the Washington Redskins. He also enjoyed his Boston Whaler, Kubota, Kawasaki Mule, and Chevy Camaro. Fred loved to spread his joyous memories to anyone that would listen. Not a moment was taken for granted. When Fred was around, so was the music to help tell his stories. This included all country music, Jimmy Buffett, and Billy Joel, to name a few. He was a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain.

Fred is survived by his wife of thirty-one years, Kathryn M. “Kathie” Bauer; his children, Frederick Daniel (Breanne), John Robert and Kiley Marie Bauer; his siblings, Joseph C. Bauer, Jr. and Mary F. Bauer (Norman) Fletcher and his mother-in-law, Mary V. McGovern all of Huntingtown, MD.

Friends are invited to celebrate Fred’s life at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD on Thursday, December 28 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 PM. Memorial service will be held at the 
Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 1250 Emmanuel Church Rd., Huntingtown, MD on Friday, December 29 at 1:30 PM. 
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Calvert Hospice, 238 Merrimac Ct., Prince Frederick, MD 20678 or The Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 6 Herndon Ave., Annapolis, MD 21403 or Emmanuel United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 484, Huntingtown, MD 20639. Condolences may be made by clicking the tab on this page.

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