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Cecil, Norbert J.
Birth: Saturday, November 17, 1928 in Great Mills, Maryland
Residence: Beverly Hills, Florida
Death: Thursday, May 03, 2007 at the age of 78
Laid to Rest: Saturday, May 19, 2007 in the Holy Face Church Cemetery, Great Mills, Maryland
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Norbert J. Cecil died May 3, 2007 in Lecanto, Florida.

He was the son of the late John Allan and Rosie Booth Cecil of Great Mills. He leaves behind his wife of 55 years, Madeleine Messier Cecil of Beverly Hills, FL, daughter, Kathleen Cecil and husband Edward Smith of Great Mills, son, TJ Cecil and wife Roberta of West Hartford, CT. , son, Timothy G. Cecil and wife Theresa of Burlington, CT and daughter Maureen McLeod and Dan Estrella, grandchildren Cody, Garrett and Carson Smith of Great Mills, Cooper and Griffin Cecil of Burlington, CT, Colin and Malcom McLeod and Arianna Estrella of Bristol, CT. He was preceded in death by his brother John Thomas Cecil and also leaves behind his sister Cecilia Canfield of Bakersfield, CA, sisters Marion Tennyson and husband Jim Tom Tennyson of Mechanicsville, and Rose Allan Dement and husband Stewart Dement of Mechanicsville and sister-in-law Ann Cecil of Ellicott City, and many nephews and nieces.

Born Nov. 17, 1928, he grew up on his parents farm, working in their country store and helping out in the post office. He walked to Little Flower school, graduating in 1942 and went on to board at Mt. St. Joseph's high school in Baltimore earning his diploma in 1946. He attended Mt. St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, graduating in 1949 with a degree in Economics.

He joined the Army National Guard in 1950 then joined the Air Force. He married Molly at St. Nicholas Chapel December 8, 1951 and soon was sent to Officers training school in San Antonio, graduating to 2nd Lieutenant. Deployed to Korea in 1953 as an Aerial Photographer, he was sent back home six months later after the signing of the truce. They bought and renovated a cottage on the Potomac River in Tall Timbers before moving to Hartford, Connecticut. There he worked for Pratt & Whitney Aircraft while studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hartford.

He recieved his degree in 1958 and built a home in beautiful Burlington surrounded by lakes and mountains. He worked for Royal Typewriter before landing a job with Stanley Tools, raised four children and retired in 1986. After 32 years in Burlington, they had a house built in the retirement community of Beverly Hills, Florida. He stayed busy there being involved with the Beverly Hills Association, Civic Association, Fishing Club, Breakfast Club, Lunch Club, Ballroom Dancing and was in charge of the Christmas light design and layout of over 100.000 lights at the Beverly Hills Park many years. They enjoyed traveling and sight seeing. They bought an apartment that he completely renovated in Pequabuck, CT and spent many summers in the mountains visiting family and friends.

Norbert was an avid woodworker designing and building a curio cabinet, grandfather clock, buffet and many other heirlooms that are treasured by his family. He taught himself how to carve and carved caricatures of people to give as presents. He and his daughter built a replica of on old church which is still on display at the Burlington Library. He loved Maryland seafood, his favorite being oysters and baked stuffed rock fish. He loved ballroom dancing with his wife on special occasions. He was a very loving, honest and devoted family man who cooked pancakes and his mother's country sausage for his family every Sunday morning after attending mass.

The family received friends May 7 at Fero Funeral home in Beverly hills and a service ws held May 8 at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Beverly Hills, FL. He was cremated and a grave side service will be held May 19 at 12:30 at Holy Face Church cemetery with a reception following at the Brass Rail.

Medley, James Ignatius
Birth: in Accokeek, MD
Residence: Indian Head, MD
Death: Monday, April 30, 2007
Laid to Rest: Monday, May 07, 2007 in the Resurrection Cemetery
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James Ignatius Medley, son of the late Cora A. and the late Frederick T. Medley, Sr., departed this life on Monday, April 30, 2007 at Fort Washington Hospital after losing a battle with cancer.

Tiny, as James was affectionately known, was born in Accokeek, MD on May 29, 1931. He was baptized in and attended St. Mary's Catholic Church, Piscataway.

James received his education through the Prince George's County school system. After graduating from Frederick Douglas High School, he worked at Dyer's Store in Accokeek, Maryland.

On September 24, 1949, James was united in holy matrimony to Laura Lee Clark. To this union five girls were born: Mildred, Diane, (the late) Felecia, Pamela, and Taloria.

After their marriage, James began his career with the Federal Government as a Produce Manager with Walter Reed Commissary in Washington, D. C. until he retired. He also worked part time for and retired from the Prince George's County School Board.

James "LOVED" betting the horses and couldn't wait to go on the Medley Family bus trips especially to Foxwoods. He also loved traveling, bowling, and children. He was lovingly called "Mr. James" by the neighborhood kids. His favorite TV show was, "The Price Is Right." All of his appointments were scheduled around him seeing that show.

James leaves to cherish his memory, his devoted wife Laura Lee of 57 years, four daughters, Mildred Johnson, Diane Rivers, Pamela Medley, and Taloria Medley; one son-in-law, Sterling Johnson; seven Grandchildren, ten Great Grandchildren, six sisters, Mary Paschal, Shirley Singleton, Doris Medley, Gloria Milstead, Joyce Brown, and Carolyn Bracey; one brother, Wardell Medley; two brother-in-laws; three sister-in-laws, numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

In addition to his parents, James was preceded in death by his daughter, Felecia and brothers, Fred, Alvin and Jasper Medley.

His viewing will take place on Monday, May 7th, 9:00a.m. until Mass of Christian Burial 11:00a.m., St. Mary's Church Piscataway. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Maryland. Arrangements entrusted to Thornton Funeral Home, P.A.

Dyson, Harry Jerome
Birth: Sunday, January 03, 1965 in Washington, DC
Residence: Spring Hill, Maryland
Death: Saturday, April 28, 2007 at the age of 42
Laid to Rest: Friday, May 04, 2007 in the St. Charles Cemetery in Glymont, Maryland
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Harry Jerome Dyson, the son of Elaine Cecelia Dyson Myers and William Day was born on January 3, 1965 in Washington, D.C.

Harry grew up in Charles County, Maryland and attended the Charles County Public Schools, graduating from La Plata High School in 1984. After graduation, he became employed as a Truck Driver with Lowes in White Plains, Maryland and then Builders Supply and Lumber in LaPlata, Maryland.

Harry was an outdoorsman. He loved the outdoors so much that he became an entrepreneur in 1998, establishing his own company, Dyson's Lawn Cutting and Snow Removal Service. In addition to his love for nature, he also enjoyed building, shooting pool, hanging out with his friends, and tinkering with handyman activities.

On April 22, 2005 he married the love of his life, Patricia Ann (Patty) Gutrick whom he had been dating since May 1986. They made their home in Spring Hill, Maryland.

On Saturday, April 28, 2007 Harry suddenly departed this life for one eternal at the Southern Maryland Hospital Center in Clinton, Maryland.

He was preceded in death by his step father, Carl D. Myers and father-in-law, Roland T. "Teddy" Gutrick.

Left to cherish fond and loving memories are his wife Patricia, parents, Elaine Dyson Myers and William Day, sisters and brothers, Gwendolyn Brown, Joy (Franc) Marcel, John (Melody) Dyson, Cynthia Dyson, Robert (Sharon) Dyson, Vivian Hopkins, Yvonne Dyson and Ronald Collins; mother-in-law, Lillian Proctor, sisters-in-law, Yvonne Gutrick, Carolyn Mason, Joyce Proctor, Sheila (Lloyd) Jennifer and Dianne (Steve) Proctor; brothers-in-law, Roland Jr., Eugene (Tracy), Ronnie (Sheri) and David (Velba) Gutrick and a host of relatives and special friends.

His Viewing will be held on Friday, May 4, 2007 from 10:00 am until time of Service 12 noon at Thornton Funeral Home Chapel, 3439 Livingston Road (State Route #227) Pomonkey (Indian Head), Maryland. His Interment will be in St. Charles Cemetery in Glymont, Maryland.

Sutton, A'sia Bradine
Birth: Monday, December 03, 2001 in Prince Frederick, Maryland
Death: Saturday, April 28, 2007 at the age of 5
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A'sia Bradine Sutton was born at Calvert Memorial Hospital, Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland. She died on Minnesota Avenue SE, Washington, D.C. (Fort Dupont Park) in a house fire.

Parents: Tyreeese Williams and Brad Sutton

Siblings: Raphael, Francine, David "Skeeter", and Daniel

Grandparents: Francine Williams (and the late Andrew "Butch" Williams); Annette Blaylock and Larry Moore, Sr.

Great Grandparents: Anne Hutchins; Jack Simmons; the late Rudolph and Mary Smith

Great Great Grandmother: Melissa Wimbush

Aunts: Sarita Williams; Donna Williams; Anita James; Amber Williams; Melissa Moore; Dominique Moore

Uncles: Arturio Williams; the late Darryl Williams; Larry Moore, Jr.

Cousins: Asia Scott; Joshua Cleveland; Maya Cleveland

A'sia loved: the color pink, her cat "Angel", Dandelions, school, throwing frisbees, vanilla ice cream with chocolate syrup, and the Shrek movie series.

A short but precious life that was spent sharing love and happiness with others. You will always be in our hearts. Rest in Peace.

Marbury, Latoya Laneice
Birth: Thursday, April 13, 1978 in Baltimore, MD
Residence: Waldorf, MD
Death: Wednesday, April 25, 2007 at the age of 29
Laid to Rest: Wednesday, May 02, 2007 in the St. Catherine’s Catholic Church
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Late on Wednesday evening, April 25, 2007, at the Civista Medical Center in La Plata, Maryland, Latoya Laneice Marbury, more affectionately called Toya quietly left this life for one of no pain and all joy!

She was born on July 13, 1978 in Baltimore, Maryland to Joyce Marie Shorter and Ellis Marbury. Latoya attended D.C., Prince Georges and Charles County Public Schools.

She was diagnosed with a myriad of medical conditions. She took each new problem in stride, added more medications to the list on the fridge and moved on quietly. Toya never angrily asked, "why me?" The fast and often difficult child became a strong and determined woman, mother, sister, daughter and friend.

Lately, she decided Grandma Hazel and Aunt Carolyn weren't making cakes like they used to, so she decided to make them herself. She wasn't too bad either! Her father, brother and sons ate them so fast she started making two at a time. She loved good music, old and new. She loved to laugh and had an opinion on everything, which she was always willing to share. Toya was a friend to everyone and she thought she was very funny! She loved the internet, movies, reading, playing pokeno, playing cards and if she could have gotten paid for talking on the phone, the girl would have been a millionaire!

Her last year was one of great things both good and bad. Her pain and suffering were sometimes too much to bear. But this year, she learned and showed tremendous patience. She had to be a good patient, a willing sister, a patient mother, and a sometimes argumentative daughter. She was a single parent raising two very inquisitive young boys. Sometimes it was very hard and we guess that Toya finally said, "I'll Let Go and Let God."

Latoya leaves to cherish fond memories, her four children, Imani (12), Lataija (8), Darius (5), and Jacari (3); her parents, Kevin and Joyce Duckett; three sisters, Latisha, Stephanie and Shelly; one brother, Kevin Jr.; grandparents, John and Catherine Shorter and Hazel B. Duckett; eleven aunts, Carolyn, Sandra, Terri, Shirley Ann, Vera, Barbara, Shirley, Dorothy, Diane, Bonnie and Darlene; five uncles, Rodney, Charles, Bernard, Wesley and Joseph; two nieces, Mia and Tyler Chase; one brother-in-law, Keith Chase; nine great aunts; five great uncles; a faithful cousin, Collette Marbury and a host of other cousins, relatives and good friends.

Her Viewing will be held on Wednesday, May 2, 2007 from 8:00 am until Mass of Christian Burial, 10:00 am at St. Catherine's Catholic Church. 7865 Port Tobacco Road, Mc Conchie, Maryland. Her Interment will be in the Church Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Thornton Funeral Home, P.A. Pomonkey, Maryland.

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