On May 29, 2019 Walter Raymond Taylor, Jr. devoted husband to Barbara Taylor; beloved father of Raymond and Timothy Taylor; dear brother of Philip, Jerry, Donna, Richard Taylor and Denise Swain, Betty Nan, Bill Hopp and the late Michele Forbes Taylor and the late Phyllis Hebert; loving nephew of Hannah Storto; cherished son of the late Audrey A. and the late Walter R. Taylor, Sr.; dear brother-in-law to Nicholas Storto. Also survived by many loving grandchildren. A funeral...
On June 1, 2019 Ronald A. Koelbel devoted husband of Paula Koelbel (nee Haugh); beloved father of Michelle Perozich and her husband Chris, and Ronald Koelbel II and his wife Nahyun Cho; loving "Pop-Pop" of Nicole, C.J., Zach and Hunter; dear brother of Lynn Weaver, Richard Koelbel and Terry Harris; good friend of Charles Eberwein. A mass of christian burial will be celebrated in St. Leo the Great Catholic Catholic Church, 227 S. Exeter St., Baltimore, MD 21202 on Saturday at 10...
On May 25, 2019 William Marion Griffin, Sr. beloved husband of Michelle Griffin and the late Rebecca Griffin; devoted father of Debbie Reese, daughter-in-law Tammy Griffin, step-daughter Ashley Morelock and the late William M. Griffin, Jr.; loving grandfather of Stacy Griffin, William Griffin III, Devon Pottler and Isabella Morelock. Also survived by many loving family members and friends.  A funeral service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue on...
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On June 1, 2019 Ronald A. Koelbel devoted husband of Paula Koelbel (nee Haugh); beloved father of Michelle Perozich and her husband Chris, and Ronald Koelbel II and his wife Nahyun Cho; loving "Pop-Pop" of Nicole, C.J., Zach and Hunter; dear brother of Lynn Weaver, Richard Koelbel and Terry Harris; good friend of Charles Eberwein. A mass of christian burial will be celebrated in St. Leo the Great Catholic Catholic Church, 227 S. Exeter St., Baltimore, MD 21202 on Saturday at 10...


This business is located 2.5 miles out of downtown Baltimore, Maryland which is in Baltimore County and serves surrounding neighborhoods of: Edgemere, Dundalk Sparrows Point, Sparrows Pt, Highlandtown, Johns Hopkins, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Clifton East End, East End, Patterson, Clifton, Brooklyn, Orchard Beach, Bank One, Household Bank, Bank of America, Census Bureau, Verizon, Raspeburg, Sun Trust Bank, and Crestar Bank.
As a dedicated funeral establishment our responsibility is to the families we serve. We provide the most elaborate funeral service to the simplest graveside ceremony, the most unusual memorial service, to the most basic direct cremation. Since no two people are alike, neither should their funeral ceremony be alike.  We are prepared to assist families from every walk of life to create a unique ceremony that reflects a life well-lived.
  Monte Hale Formy-Duval, 71, passed away Friday, May 17, 2019 at Duke University Hospital in Durham, NC  He was born in Columbus County, NC on March 30, 1948, the son of the late James Cecil and Emma Gore Formy-Duval. He was preceded in death by his former wife, Mary Ann Brown Formy-Duval and also a brother, J.C. Formy-Duval. Mr. Formy-Duval had retired as a Valve Tech with Nuclear Power Plants.  He was a member of Pleasant Plains Baptist Church.  Surviving is his...
Marshall Jimmy Sarvis, 73 of  Whiteville, died April 16, 2017 at Columbus Regional Medical Center.  He was a sewing machine mechanic for Blue Jeans , Jasper Textiles and Stone Manufacturing for 30 years.  He was the son of the late Marshall Jenkins Sarvis & Lucienne Marie Sarvis. Marshall is survived by his wife; Linda Jones Sarvis, two sons; Randy Wayne Sarvis & Raymond Allen Sarvis both of Whiteville, one sister; Nancy Sarvis Jenrette of Whiteville, two step... 
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