Jade E. Wright of Port Deposit died April 25, 2015. She was 32.
Born November 23, 1982 in Havre de Grace, she was the daughter of Lloyd and Sharon Martinez.
Ms. Wright worked as a dental assistant as well as a waitress in the area restaurants.
Her favorite hobbies included cooking and reading. The time she loved most was the time she spent with her children and family.
Dale Mlynarik of Colora died at home Thursday, April 23, 2015. He was 50.
He is a veteran of both the United States Army and Kansas and Maryland National Guard.
Mr. Mlynarik was active in the community coaching and umpiring for Rising Sun Little League, and serving with various service organizations.
His latest passion was the Warrior Motorcycle Club, which is dedicated to helping veterans and their families. He loved the freedom of riding his 2007 Harley Davidson.
Mr. Mlynarik always loved dogs and especially enjoyed the furry children that shared his life.
Bill Gunther of Sebastian, Florida, died at home on February 21, 2015. He was 71.
Mr. Gunther grew up in North Wilmington, Del., in the Holly Oak area.
After graduation at Mt. Pleasant High School, he joined the Air Force and was stationed in Ohio.
Upon discharge from the Air Force, he worked for his father at Gunther Business Forms and then moved to Chesapeake City, bought a small farm, and started a real estate company known as Gunther Real Estate in Cecilton.
Willard “Mac” McCardell of Perryville died Friday, April 17, 2015 at the home of his daughter in Perryville. He was 85.
Born February 12, 1930 in Perryville, he was the son of the late Willard “Bus” McCardell and Edna Abrams McCardell.
After serving in the U.S. Marines from 1948-1950, Mr. McCardell worked at the Aberdeen Proving Ground for 36 years as a Civilian Gunner and as an equipment mechanic in the sanitation division when he retired in 1985.
Steven McVey Mackie, Sr. of Elkton died Wednesday, April 15, 2015. He was 57.
Born in Elkton on October 20, 1957, he was the son of the late Gilbert and Marie (Lilly) Mackie.
Mr. Mackie had been a paper mill supervisor.
Micah Nathanial Bradwell, was born and died on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.
He is survived by his parents: Katie Doyle of North East, and Bruce Bradwell, stationed in Virginia Beach, Va. with the U.S. Navy.
He is also survived by a sister: Jocelyn Brown; maternal grandparents, Thomas and Jean Doyle of North East; paternal grandfather, Bruce Bradwell of Yeadon, Pa.; maternal great grandfather: Jack MacMorran of Boothwyn, Pa.; and maternal great grandmother: Geraldine Doyle of North East.
Services are private.
Pastor Roger Doss Moore of Conowingo died Sunday April 12, 2015 at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Home, Rosedale. He was 66.
Born in Martinsville, Va., he was the son of the late Otto F. and Dorothy Mae Copeland Moore, Harry Doss.
He retired from Chrysler after 30 years of service.
He was a faithful Pastor of the Oxford Church of God for 26 years.
Pastor Moore enjoyed playing the guitar and keyboard, building computers, and driving his tractor.
Lucy H. Durham of Wilmington, Del., formerly of Colora, died at home April 11, 2015. She was 102.
Born in Swords Creek, Va., on April 7, 1913, she was the daughter of the late William T. and Louisa Whited.
Mrs. Durham was a very active member of the Rising Sun Church of the Nazarene for over 47 years. She served as Sunday School Teacher, Missionary President, Financial Secretary and member of the Share A Prayer group for many years.
Jay Dee Blevins died at Laurelwood Care Center, Elkton, on April 5, 2015. He was 90.
He was born in Crumpler, N.C. on June 5, 1924.
He graduated from Bel Air High School in 1943.
Mr. Blevins was employed and later retired from Thiokol after 37 years. Afterwards, he sold real estate for Century Twenty-One and Long & Foster for several years.
He enjoyed traveling, painting and wood working as hobbies.
Charlotte Wood "Charlie" Sharp died April 6, 2015. She was 67.
She was born to Jane and Thomas (Buddy) Wood of North East on June 5, 1948.
After graduating from North East High School, she began her career in banking at First National Bank of North East. From there, she joined the team at Maryland Bank (later MBNA) and was one of their first 100 “pioneer” employees. After 20 years, she retired as a First Vice President.