Monday, January 15, 2018

Evan Judge Plans To Swim In College

    Evan Judge of Davidsonville is on the college scholarship recruiting trail as a swimmer.  He will be graduating from high school this June.

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)  A two story home on 2.00 acres at 2914 Conne Mara Drive sold by Darlene Snow to Steven and Jennifer Novak for $708,500.

2)  A two story home on 1.11 acre at 1041 Ashe St sold by Carole Hutchinson to Scott and Kimberley Vogt for $583,000.

MACC Has Youth Basketball Program

Upward Basketball registration is closed to players but we still need volunteers for Referees and Coaches. Please Contact Rob at for more information.
Practices will be on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and will begin on the week of January 8.  Games will be held on Saturdays at the MACC Church beginning on February 3 at  2487 Davidsonville Road.  Our season ending celebration will be on April 7.

Millions of young athletes have participated in our youth basketball leagues across the country. Hosted by local churches, leagues offer an extended, multi-month opportunity for team-building, player development, and the formation of deep relationships between teammates and coaches. Players will develop a love for basketball and a healthy competitive spirit, and discover skills necessary to excel both on and off the court.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Ida Ann Lambert Passes Away (Updated)

    Ida Ann Lambert nee Jones, 90, of Davidsonville passed away on January 12, 2018, at Heart Homes at Bay Ridge in Annapolis, Md. 
    She was born on September 8, 1927, in Blythedale, MD, a daughter of the late George R and Harriet Eklund Jones.
    She was predeceased by her loving husband of 68 years, Gene Meredith Lambert on August 7, 2017. She is survived by two sons, Wayne and Kevin (Josey-Ann) Lambert, grandchildren; Christopher Lambert (Ashley Wheeler), Jason (Heather) Lambert, Michael Lambert, Kristina (Lee) Burgess and Brittany (Christian) Suszan, four great-grandchildren, Cooper and Piper Lambert, Braylen Lambert and Mia Suszan. Also, surviving is one sister Helen J. Gamble and was predeceased by Catherine J. McGuire, Robert A. Jones, Ella E. Thompson and Roy J. Jones.
    Mrs. Lambert was a homemaker, avid Steelers fan, enjoyed playing bingo and spending time with grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
    A private family service will be held at a later date. Donald B Thompson Funeral Home in Middletown, MD is in charge of arrangements.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Julia Mahoney At Kenyon College

    Julia Mahoney of Davidsonville is a freshman at Kenyon College and is on their 2018 women's lacrosse roster.  Her bio can be read at:

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville Homes sold include:

1)    A two story home on 3.06 acres sold by Glenn and Donna Randall to John and Bernice Sanders at 2907 Maiden Creek Ct. for $990,000.

2)    A split foyer home on 1.32 acre sold by Paul Shoemaker and Helene McDonald to William and Robin Catlett at 3320 Beall Drive for $434,000.

Monday, January 8, 2018

Charles Faddis Books For Sale

    Author Charles Faddis of Davidsonville has written a number of books about the CIA which he was a member of for 20 years.  You can see a list of books he has for sale at:   

Grant Maloof At Towson U.

    Grant Maloof,  son of Robert and Susan Maloof of Davidsonville,  is a junior at Towson University and is a midfielder on their lacrosse team.  His bio can be read at:

Jon Mazza At Towson U.

    Jon Mazza, son of Frank and Dana Mazza  of Davidsonville,  is a midfielder on the Towson University lacrosse team.   His bio can be read at:

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Patricia McMullen Passes Away

    Patricia Ann McMullen, died at home in Davidsonville, MD, on January 3, 2018 after a short fight with cancer. 
    Pat was born on November 17, 1931 in Washington, DC to James and Marie McCarron. There she was raised in a loving family with her brother Jim and sister Cele. After a long-distance romance, on December 27, 1952, she married the love of her life, John Francis McMullen. They began their marriage in Swansea, MA, returning to DC a few years later with three children in tow. In 1962 they moved to Bowie, MD where they would raise their family which grew to six children. Pat, a stay at home mom, made the house on Kernwood Lane the go-to spot for family and friends.
     Left to treasure her memories are her children and their spouses: Tina, Carron (Gary), Lisa, Sean (Christie) and (Diane). Grandchildren: Dan, JP (Becky), Matthew, Annie (Brian), Drew (Katie), Patrick (Skylar), Kevin, Holly, Ryan, Jack, Hugh and Brendan. And her great-grandchildren: Janie, Mark and Heath. She also leaves behind her sister, Cele, as well as many beloved nieces, nephews and friends. Through her strong Catholic faith, she looked forward to being greeted in heaven by her husband John, son Terry, and daughter Tracy, who preceded her in death. 
    Family will receive friends at Beall's Funeral Home, 6512 Crain Hwy. (Rt. 3 South), Bowie, MD, on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 from 2-4 pm and 6-8 p.m. A funeral mass will be held at Sacred Heart Church, 16501 Annapolis Rd., Bowie, MD on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton, MD.

Betty Boaz Passes Away

    Boaz, Betty M. passed away on December 25, 2017 after a short illness. 
    She was born on June 16, 1936 in Wyandotte Michigan to the late Gladys and Louis Holt and grew up in Allen Park Michigan. She married Gale L. Boaz in 1955 after which they moved to Lincoln Park, where they lovingly raised 3 children. As a family, and later as empty nesters, Gale and Betty spent summers boating with friends throughout Lake Erie, Lake Huron, and the surrounding areas. After Gale passed in 1997 Betty continued to live in Lincoln Park until 2003 and to dote on her 3 grandchildren. 
    She next moved in with her daughter and son-in-law, Kelly and Joe O'Neill in Davidsonville MD and became fulltime Nanny to her grandson Collin. Betty had many jobs throughout her life, but her true passion was spending time with her family. She was a doting Grandmother. who enjoyed nothing more than bringing the entire family together for a beach or mountain vacation or a limo ride to celebrate a special occasion. She derived so much pleasure from giving generously to her family and from simply spending time with them. 
    Despite spending the last years in Maryland with her loving family Betty's heart often returned to MI where she and Gale made so many great memories with boating friends. She often spoke of her dear Michigan friends and their adventures on the Great Lakes, in Florida, and Las Vegas. 
    She is survived by her children Gregg M. Boaz of Virginia Beach VA, Mark S. Boaz of Annapolis MD and Kelly L. O'Neill of Davidsonville MD and her grandchildren Jayna, Caitlin, Clint and Collin. Betty touched all those who she met and she will be sorely missed by friends and family alike.
    Published in Heritage Newspapers on Jan. 7, 2018

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Madison Carter At PSU

    Madison Carter of Davidsonville is a junior and star  of the Penn State U. women's lacrosse team.   Last year she led the team with a career-high 70 goals while adding 11 assists for a career-high 81 points.  She also led the team with 130 draw controls and earned numerous league and national awards.
    Her bio can be read at:

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Frank Anton Passes Away

    Francis P. "Frank" Anton, Sr., 79, a 20-year resident of Davidsonville, MD and previously of Boston, MA, passed away at his home on January 2, 2018 surrounded by family. 
    He was born on April 5, 1938 in Boston. He served in the U.S. Army. Frank worked as a bowling machine mechanic which led him to his love of the sport of bowling. He later pursued a career as a residential and commercial oil burner technician. He was an avid bowler and was inducted into the NEBA Hall of Fame this past August. Frank was also a New England sports fan taking pride in the Patriots and Red Socks! He also was a life time member of the Amvets (in Boston) and The American Legion Post 7 here in Maryland. His greatest joy, however, was his family and spending time with them.
    Frank was preceded in death by his parents Frank Anton and Mary (Hart) Anton, his son, Francis P. Anton, Jr.(Tara) and his brother, Robert Anton. He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, Kathleen Anton; one son, Kevin Castor of Boston; two daughters, Robin (Stephen) Palmer of Katy, TX and Caroline (Joseph) Landry of Davidsonville; a sister-in-law, Joan Anton of Billerica, MA; five granddaughters, Haylee, Amber, Lily, Jaime and Chloe and a grandson, Brian.
    Friends are invited to celebrate Frank's life with his family from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8PM on Monday, January 8 at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Road, Edgewater, MD. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11AM on Tuesday, January 9 at Holy Family Catholic Church, 826 W. Central Avenue, Davidsonville, MD. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to or

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Man Injured In Riva Rd. Wreck

From the Capital-Gazette:
A Lothian man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries Tuesday after he crashed his car into a tree in Davidsonville, Anne Arundel County emergency services officials said.
Firefighters and police responded to a single-vehicle crash on Riva Road near Beards Point Road at 7:17 p.m.
Anne Arundel police said Christopher Lawrence Austell, 55, crashed his 2013 Volkswagen Passat into a tree off the roadway while he was driving southbound on Riva Road.
Austell was trapped in the car following the crash, an Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman said. It took emergency responders about 15 minutes to free him from the vehicle.
Austell was flown by helicopter to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with possibly life-threatening injuries.

Police said in a statement “alcohol is believed to be a contributing factor” to the crash. The department’s Traffic Safety Section is investigating the incident for potential charges.

Monday, January 1, 2018

Nick Bender--Former Teen Of Week

From the Capital-Gazette:

Its been 12 years since Davidsonville native Nick Bender graduated from South River High School.
Then he was the talented frontman for the local award-winning band Xanthematic. He also wrote song lyrics and one-act plays, plus acted in and directed drama productions at South River. Since leaving high school, Bender, now 30, has graduated from three colleges.
He wanted to develop his talents as a musician and thespian to become a professional actor. He headed to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, one of the oldest acting schools in the world, at its East Coast location in New York.
Though he completed his studies there and earned a two-year associate degree in acting in 2007, Bender decided acting was not the stage for his talents. He returned to Anne Arundel County five years later and earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts at St. John’s College.
To support himself while in school, he turned to waiting tables. He found himself drawn into the world of food culture, preparation and presentation. He earned the level one sommelier certification from the Court of Master Sommeliers in 2013.

Eventually, he returned to school a third time to earn a master’s degree in food studies in 2017 at Chatham University’s Falk School of Sustainability and Environment in Pittsburgh. The program, Bender said, “focused on the sociology and culture of food and its ingredients.” While in grad school, he worked with world-famous chef Ferran AdriĆ , founder of El Bulli, a three-star Michelin restaurant near the town of Roses in Catalonia, Spain. Bender was a research assistant for AdriĆ , focusing on beverages for the encyclopedia.
While in grad school, he conducted research on food design anthology, including how restaurant spaces can use cutlery and serviceware like knives, flatware and plates to engage the diner in conversation about food systems and where the food they will be served comes from.
“This is high gastronomy,” Bender said. “It’s primarily about restaurants that are Michelin-rated and offer 30 or more courses.”
He was awarded an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship while in grad school. During 2015 and 2016, he worked with senior citizens to improve their eating habits. At St. John’s, he traveled to Iceland in 2009 and met his future wife, Eir Rovira, who is half Icelandic and half Spanish. They hit it off.
They dated long distance until she moved to Maryland to attend Anne Arundel Community College.
When Bender moved to Pittsburgh to attend Chatham and was working in the university’s marketing department, Rovira discovered she had cancer. She returned to Barcelona, Spain, for treatment and to be with her family.
The couple finally married in April 2017 and moved to Barcelona in June. In July, he designed a machine that converts paper waste from pizzerias into charcoal for the pizza ovens. The project earned him second place in the Pizza Experience portion of the Desita Award contest, an international competition based in Rome. Bender also founded his own food design firm in July, called Square 41.
In August, he and his bride began their “honeymoon around the world,” which included stops in Hong Kong, Japan’s Honshu island, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
On their return, he accepted a position in November as a dining room manager at a one-star Michelin restaurant — the Hoja Santa in Barcelona. In his rare spare time, he books a flight to another town in Europe to sit down at a top-notch restaurant, put a napkin in his lap and order a world-class meal.