Friday, September 30, 2016

John Parker Passes Away


    John E. Parker "JP", died on Thursday, September 29 at his home in Davidsonville, MD.
    JP was born on January 25, 1942 in Washington, DC and raised by the late Ellen and Merrick Stamp. JP worked for A&P Food Stores, J.E. Owens Contracting, Stockett's Excavating, and was presently employed by Aggtrans. He enjoyed fishing, camping, traveling to Lancaster County, PA and spending time with his family and friends.
     JP is survived by his beloved wife of 44 years, Anita Stockett Parker; his son, Jay M. Parker and his wife Kristi; his grandson, Henry Parker; his aunt, Shirley Bishop and his cousins, Mabel Parker and Kathy Hill.
    Friends are invid to celebrate JP's life from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8pm on Saturday, October 1 at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD where his funeral service will be held at 12 noon on Sunday, October 2. Interment will be private.   

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

PARCC Results Data Base

A searchable data base of PARCC results for County Schools can be read at:
http://www.capitalgazette.com/data/schools/cgnews-searchable-database-2016-anne-arundel-parcc-test-results-by-school-20160927-htmlstory.html

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)    A two story home on 2.38 acres at 933 St. George Barber Road sold by Gary Alexander to Elizabeth Parks for $685,000.

2)  A 1 1/2 story home with no basement on 2.00 acres at 985 St. George Barber Road sold by Jeffrey Schneider to Joan Geer and Brian Pope for $620,000.


Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Edgar Hilley Passes Away


    Edgar C. Hilley, 91, also known as "Ed" or "Captain Ed", a 49-year resident of Edgewater and previously of Hyattsville, passed away at Anne Arundel Medical Center, on Thursday, September 22, 2016. 
    Ed was born on August 9, 1925, in Hyattsville, MD to the late Edgar and Thyrza Hilley. Ed served proudly as a pilot in the US Army Air Corp. from 1943 and then the reserves until 1961. He was a Second Lt. and flew the BT17, BT13 and AT6. Ed was a self employed realtor and opened E.C. Hilley and Co. in Hyattsville in 1952. In 1967 he was appointed Executive Vice President of the Maryland Association of Realtors where he retired after 26 years in 1993. Ed was a member of Riva Trace Baptist Church and a 52-year member of the West River Yacht Club, where he served twice as the Commodore. He was a member of the Kent Island Yacht Club, and a Flotilla Commander in the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He also belonged to the American Legion in Edgewater. His interests included power boating with numerous trips to Florida, hunting, reading, and spending time with his family and many close friends. He loved animals especially his black lab mix, Buddy. 
    Ed is survived by his long time beloved partner, Elaine Baird; his wife, Winifred A. Hilley; his children, Leigh (Charlie) Burkhart of Titusville, FL and Joy (Larry) Leitch of Edgewater; his grandchildren, Lisa and Stacey Leitch, Dawn (Aaron) Jeffords, Jaime (Scott) Runnels; and his seven great-grandchildren. 
    Family and friends are invited to celebrate Ed's life on Friday from 2p.m. to 4p.m. and 6p.m. to 8p.m. at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD 21037. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, October 1,. 2016 at 10:30am at Riva Trace Baptist Church, 475 W. Central Avenue, Davidsonville, MD. Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Riva Trace Baptist Church

Monday, September 26, 2016

16 Yr Old D'Ville Youth Charged

ANNAPOLIS, MD — A 16-year-old from Davidsonville was arrested and charged as a juvenile after a group of boys reportedly assaulted two people Sunday in Annapolis, police say.
The incident was reported about 11 a.m. Sunday in the unit block of Gentry Court; two men told Annapolis Police they were assaulted by a group of boys they knew.
Both victims were treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center for their injuries.
The Davidsonville teen was arrested and charged as a juvenile with robbery, assault, and theft

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Doris Jentilet Passes Away

    On Thursday, September 22, 2016. The beloved wife of Adam Jentilet; devoted mother of Douglas (Janet) Jentilet, Mark Jentilet, Mary Jentilet, Kathleen (the late Joseph) Mahony, Diane (Yuri Rosenberg) Jentilet and Jean Jentilet; sister of Jane Dukovic, Tommy Owen and the late Mary Breiner, also survived by eight grandchildren.
    Friends are invited to celebrate Doris' life with her family from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, September 25 at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Road, Edgewater, MD. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. on Monday, September 26 at Holy Family Catholic Church, 826 West Central Avenue, Davidsonville, MD. Interment at Lakemont Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society or Little Sisters of the Poor. Online condolences and tributes may be left at: www.KalasFuneralHomes.com. 

Friday, September 23, 2016

Man Charged In Davidsonville Burglary


An  Odenton man has been charged with a string of home burglaries across the region, Anne Arundel police said on Friday.
Kyle Wayne Mundy, 32, of Maple Ridge Lane in Odenton, faces burglary and theft charges in Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Howard and Carroll counties, according to online court records. As of Friday, online court records indicated that Mundy was being held in Carroll County.
Police were not releasing Munday's booking photo Friday afternoon, citing on an ongoing investigation that spans multiple jurisdictions.
On July 27, Anne Arundel police responded to a home burglary in the 2500 block of Vale Court in Davidsonville. Multiple items, including jewelry were taken from the home, police said.
Detectives began investigating the incident and were informed by surrounding jurisdictions that Mundy may be a suspect.
Police ultimately determined that Mundy sold the items at numerous pawn and jewelry stores in Baltimore, Nottingham and Ellicott City.
Three weeks after the Davidsonville incident, on Aug. 19, police responded to a similar home burglary in the 1300 block of Antrim Drive in Millersville. It was determined that Mundy sold jewelry stolen in that incident to a pawn shop in Nottingham, police said.
Police are asking anyone with additional information about the incidents or Mundy to call detectives at 410-222-8776 or at 410-222-1961.


Thursday, September 22, 2016

Fall Festival At Homestead

September 24 @ 11:00 am - September 25 @ 4:00 pm
Davidsonville Store, 
743 West Central Avenue 
Davidsonville, MD 21035 

Every weekend September 24 thru October 30! Davidsonville location only
Fun for the whole family! Pumpkin Express, Hay Rides, Corn Maze, NEW Jumping Pillow, Pipe Slide, 
Chick'n Pick'n, Pumpkin Bowling, Plinko, Pumpkin Painting, Pony Rides, Straw Maze, 
Corn Cannon, Homestead Barnyard, Homestead BBQ, Live Entertainment...& more! 
Hours Saturday: 11am to 6pm Sunday: 11am to 4pm 
Music Maryland German Music Polka Band: Saturday @ Noon 
Sparks, Raymond & McCoy: Sunday @ Noon 

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Holy Family Golf Tournament

Date: Monday, September 26, 2016
Time: Registration 10:15am; Tee time 11:15 am
Place: Old South Country Club, Lothian, MD
Price: $140/per player*
Mulligans $5 each, maximum of 2 per player
Awards Dinner and Silent Auction after Golf
NEW LAST YEAR! Women handicap: -1 stroke per golfer off
score (max -4)

*Includes green fees, cart, boxed lunch, soda, water, beer, dinner at
Holy Family with soda, water, beer, wine, and silent auction.
Dinner only: $20 adults and $10 for children under 12 right after
golf. Approximately 5:00 pm in the Unity Hall. Tax donation
receipts provided at course upon request.
Registration and payment due on or before Sept. 19th, 2016. 
Make checks payable to Holy Family Church 
with ‘golf” in the memo line.
Mail to: Chris Jedrey, 2705 Bradbury Court, Davidsonville, MD
21035. Please include all golfer names, email & phone numbers.
Chris Jedrey 443-474-8395 jeds527@gmail.com

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Free State Fly Fishers Meet Oct. 5

Free State Fly Fishers October 5, 2016 Presentation: Rob Lepczyk, “Tenkara Fly Fishing on the Gunpowder”


Rob hails from the Great Feathers fly shop in Sparks Maryland. Their company provides fly tying and fishing instructions, guide service and has a wide assortment of tying materials from all over the world including feathers, their specialty.  If you want to catch fish on the Gunpowder these are the experts. Rob will be describing a Japanese style of fly fishing called Tenkara

Rob was born and raised in northern Baltimore County fishing his local cold water and warm water fisheries for brown trout, large and small mouth bass, as well as, carp and shad.  “Robby” has been fly fishing and shooting since he could walk, and tying flies since he was eleven.  He has also traveled North America fishing and hunting, from Montana to the Yucatan, New Mexico to Nova Scotia and points in between.  He is endorsed by Orvis and is a Tenakra USA Guide.

Come learn about a rig that allows one to fish when there is very limited space for casting.

Date:  October 5, 2016  Meeting Time:  7:30 p.m.  Place: Davidsonville Family Recreation Center, Queen Anne Bridge Rd, Davidsonville, MD, behind Ford Hall. Free.  For more information contact Dale Read,  Daler@marketingarmgrp.com   401-864-4257.

Albert Fitch Passes Away


      Albert (Ed) Fitch, 86, of Davidsonville, died peacefully at his home on September 14th. 
      He was born July 19, 1930 in Annapolis to the late Dalbert and Catharine Fitch. He was a member of St. Martins Lutheran Church and of Annapolis Evangelical Lutheran Church. He graduated from Annapolis High School in 1947. He worked at the U.S. Engineering Experimental Station and served in the Navy on the Destroyer Escort from 1952 to 1954 during the Korean War. While working at the U.S.E.E.S. he worked on the testing of the U.S. Nautilus Submarine, the first nuclear powered submarine, the U.S. Seawolf, and the USS George Washington, the first nuclear powered missile launching submarine. He then worked at Goddard Space Flight Center located in Greenbelt, Maryland as an Engineering Technician for 25 years in the Planning and Coordinating office that was responsible for the environmental testing of different experiments that flew on the space shuttle. He retired in 1985 and then worked in Real Estate for 20 years. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed his family, friends and playing cards. He belonged to the American Legion Post #7. 
      He was preceded in death by his grandson, James B. White, Jr. Survivors include his beloved wife of 65 years, Marjorie Lincoln Fitch, four daughters, Donna White (Jimmie) of Annapolis, Susan Bausum of Harwood, Laurie O'Dell Fitch of Davidsonville, and Judy Davenport (Kevin), of Davidsonville, 12 grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, and one brother, Dalbert Fitch (Raiford) of Kenesaw, Georgia. A Funeral Service will be held 12:00pm, Monday, September 19, 2016 at the John M Taylor funeral Home, 147 Duke of Gloucester St, Annapolis.
      A Visitation will be held two hours prior to the service time Monday, from 10:00am-12:00pm at the funeral home. Interment following the service at Lakemont Memorial Gardens, Davidsonville. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, National Headquarters, Donations, 6520 North Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 333092130 or The Leukemia Foundation, Memorial Donations, 191 Waukegan Road, Ste. 105, Northfield, IL 60093.

Jean Anderson Passes Away



    Jean Hastings Anderson, 91, of Davidsonville, MD passed away on Thursday, September 15, 2016, at her home.
    Born September 10, 1925, dear, sweet Jean was a strong, loving and faithful woman, devoted to her God and family. She loved to cook, can, paint, sew and do all things for her family and friends. Memories of her nurturing, insight and wonderful sense of humor are treasured by all who loved her.     Preceded in death by her parents, Linwood and Olive Reynolds Hastings; siblings and their spouses, Linwood (Lois), Donald (Agnes), Virginia (William); her husband of 64 years, Arthur; her daughter, Kathleen (Walter) Larrimore and her son-in-law Michael Mishou. Survived by her brother, Bob; her children, Marilyn Mishou and Jess (Laura) Anderson; her grandchildren, Amy Galloway, Brett (Kristi) Larrimore, Molly (Andrew) Watt, Jessica Blickenstaff, Evan (Jessica Jo), Katelyn and Will, as well as 10 great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and dear friends. We are pained to see her go and blessed to have had her so long. She is now with our Lord and we rejoice.
    Friends are invited to celebrate Jean's life from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, September 19, at the George P. Kalas Funeral Home, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD. A graveside service and burial will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, September 20 at Lakemont Memorial Gardens in Davidsonville, MD, followed by a Resurrection Service at 11:30 a.m. at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, 122 Bayard Rd., Lothian, MD. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to the Hospice of the Chesapeake, Philanthropy Department, 90 Ritchie Highway, Pasadena, MD 21122.     Online condolences may be made at www.KalasFuneralHomes.com God is good all of the time.

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)  a split foyer home on 2.26 acres at 938 St. George Barber Rd. sold by George Harrell to US Bank National Association for $490,000.


2)  a two story home on 2.39 acres at 604 Churchill Circle sold by Lighthouse Development to Valeriani and Jeanette Bead for $985.976.

AA Co Home Sale Data Base

Here is a list of homes sold in AA Co. in 2016
http://www.capitalgazette.com/data/property/cgnews-database-anne-arundel-county-property-sold-in-2016-20160331-htmlstory.html

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Rubber Duck Race Coming Oct. 2

A rubber duck race event, known as Quacks for Backpacks, and a family carnival games, will be held on Sunday, October 2, 2016 to benefit the "Bountiful Backpack" food program that furnishes needy children with weekend food. The fourth annual event will be held on the grounds of Homestead Gardens in Davidsonville from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at part of Homestead's Fall Festival. Admission is free. The duck races are sponsored by the Rotary Club of South Anne Arundel County.
Proceeds will benefit the 7-year-old food program, that provides nourishing weekend food supplies to over 150 needy children in South Anne Arundel County during the school year. Food has been purchased, sorted, packed and distributed, with the cooperation of three elementary schools, Edgewater, Lothian, Shadyside, by a crew of volunteers and Rotary Club members. A fourth elementary school, Traceys, is being added this school year: The program fills a gap for children that benefit from nutritious meals at the schools on weekdays during the school year but need help with weekend meals.
In addition to rubber duck races, the Quacks for Backpacks event at Homestead Gardens will feature duck decoration, carnival games, such as duck cornhole and duck photo booth, and face painting. Delicious food and drink will be available.
To participate in the Rotary rubber duck races for a chance to win prizes, individuals may Adopt-a-Duck for $10 prior to the race via the Rotary's website and on Race Day at Homestead. The winners of the duck races will be awarded prizes. Complete event information/registration forms can be found at the same website.


Jon Hudgins Passes Away


      Jon Forest Hudgins of Davidsonville, Maryland died on Friday, September 9, 2016 at the age of 75.
      Jon was born on February 8th 1941 in Fayetteville, NC to Guy Douglas Hudgins of Beaufort, NC and Hazel Farris White of LaGrange, NC. Jon served his country honorably in the US Navy from Sept 1960 to Aug 1964 where he was fortunate to tour the Pacific Ocean with places like the Philippines, Japan, and Vietnam. He shared a lifelong love of the water including sailing, fishing, and boating with his children, brother, and those he knew, and that tradition lives on with his children and grandchildren. He particularly enjoyed spending his time in Swansboro or out on the Chesapeake Bay. Some may say his love for the water was genetic as he is a descendant of a long line of mariners, whalers, seafarers, and coastguardsmen from Swansboro, Beaufort, and Diamond City, NC.
      Jon is survived by his eldest son Jon Todd Hudgins and wife Tracy with their children Jon Tyler, Taylor Nicole and Tristina Leigh Hudgins of Queenstown, MD; and his youngest son Robert G. Hudgins and wife Christi of Davidsonville, MD. He is also survived by his brother Hugh Douglas Hudgins and wife Colette of Cary, NC. ; His former wife Barbara Ann DeVore of Crofton, MD; and fiancĂ©e Lynn Pitman of Swansboro, NC.
      A celebration of Jon's life will be take place at a future date and will be published on robertevansfuneralhome.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The National Parkinson Foundation - Parkinson.org. Reflecting upon the waters Of the deep blue sea... Our dreams become boundless, And our Souls set free.

Beverly Barber Passes Away


    Beverly June Kingsbury Barber (b. March 26, 1933 Santa Monica, CA, d. September 8, 2016 Annapolis, MD) was proud to serve her country as the wife of 61 years to career Navy officer, Captain James A. Barber, Jr. She met her then-future husband in the Los Angeles Sheriff's Boys Band. He was a drummer and she was his "pom-pom girl".
      They were married in Los Angeles on June 12, 1955, embarking on the adventurous life of a career Navy family. Beverly managed the multiple moves for Navy deployments around the world while raising three children: Judith Barber Joyce, Steven Barber and Susan (Suki) Barber Blackwell. She loved that the family was able to experience living in places like Yokosuka, Japan; Washington, D.C.; San Diego, California; and Pearl City, Hawaii among many others. Despite the pressures of a military life, Beverly always found the fun and positive to focus on, and would, when possible, jet off to exotic locations like Hong Kong or London to meet James for a week's get-together to make up for the sometimes long periods where she managed the home while he was at sea.
    After nearly three decades in the Navy, Beverly and James moved to Annapolis to allow James to assume the Chief Executive and Publisher role for the United States Naval Institute. Settling down, they made their home in Davidsonville where they have lived for the last thirty years. Beverly deeply loved their home, community and life together.
      Beverly is survived by all of the loves of her life: James, Judy, Suki, Steve and her children-in-law Cris Barber and Darren Joyce; grandchildren Anthony Pratt and his wife Jennifer, Tommy Blackwell, Andrew Blackwell, William Blackwell; and her great grandchildren Alexandra and Alden Pratt.
      Relatives and friends may call on Saturday, September 17, from 2-3 PM, followed by a funeral service at 3, at Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 12 Ridgely Avenue, Annapolis. Interment will be in Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.hardestyfuneralhome.com

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)    A two story home on 2.07 acres at 3294 Green Ash Rd sold by Kenneth Rubin to Peter and Samantha Calvo for $640,000.



2)    A two story home on 1.37 acre at 3487 Constellation Dr. sold by Jon Blackburn to Olin and Courtney Breece for $555,000


US Ag Sec. In D'ville

From the Capital Gazette
Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Jason Weller congratulates farmers in the Chesapeake Bay watershed for progress on conservation measures at an event in Davidsonville on Friday. Other officials in attendance, from left to right, included U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Maryland Agriculture Secretary Joe Bartenfelder and U.S. Wheat Associates Chairman Jason Scott.
The six states in the Chesapeake Bay's watershed lead the United States in conservation practices, the nation's top agriculture official said Friday.
Ninety-nine percent of the watershed's cultivated acres have at least one conservation measure in place, a figure U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack called "an extraordinary achievement unmatched anywhere in the United States."
Vilsack joined Maryland Agriculture Secretary Joe Bartenfelder, Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Jason Weller and other officials at Davidsonville's Y Worry Farm for a celebration of the contributions farmers have made improving the health of the Chesapeake.
Farms have long been a focus in the effort to clean up the bay, whose watershed spans Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York. Fertilizer- and sediment-laced runoff from farms into the bay's tributaries add to the pollution that has created oxygen-deficient "dead zones" in the nation's largest estuary.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Ruritan Donates $50,000 to DES

The Davidsonville Ruritan Club is known for its decades of service to the community. The impact of its latest initiative will be felt for generations.
Hundreds of parents who attended Davidsonville Elementary School’s Back To School event tonight learned at the outset that the Ruritan Club is donating $50,000 to the school to be used for technology purchases.
“During the past year the Davidsonville Ruritan Foundation Inc. has provided 22 organizations with financial support in Davidsonville and the surrounding communities,” said Bob Bold, president of both the club and the foundation. “We also continue to supply athletic fields free of charge for use by the Davidsonville Athletic Association. Although we no longer have a building, we are committed to the well-being of needy organizations lacking financial support.”

The Davidsonville Ruritan Club was established in 1955 primarily by local farmers. From the outset its efforts have been aimed at raising the quality of life in the community. The club recently sold a building it had owned, and is using proceeds from that sale for its donation to the school. 

Monday, September 5, 2016

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)  A two story home on .82 acre at 719 Appomattox Road West sold by the Eugene Menk Trust to Alexander and Carrye Hicks for $545,000.


2)  A 2 1/2 story home on 1.78 acres at 746 W. Central Ave. was sold by Michael Sanda to Scott Hommel for $613,000.  This home is sometimes referred to as the Davidson mansion.


Ben Priddy At Georgetown U.

The following article about Davidsonville kicker Ben Priddy who plays for Georgetwon University (class of 2017) was taken from the AthleteNetwork.com web site.  


https://www.athletenetwork.com/BenPriddy?scr_pos=0&offset=10



I am a student-athlete (kicker - football) in the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. I am particularly interested in opportunities within accounting, consulting, sales, and/or the sports industry (though I remain open-minded to career paths).

At Georgetown, I am an International Business and Accounting double-major and have progressed through advanced Spanish language coursework. My Dean's List and Patriot League All-Academic honors reflect how I have excelled academically in my time at Georgetown.

Academics aside, I have been passionate about sports throughout my life and continue that passion as a member of Georgetown's Division I football team. College football has been one of the best experiences of my life. It has exposed me to a diverse, hardworking, team environment in which I have thrived and enjoyed immensely. In this team environment, I am a member of the 91-person team, and also a specialist as part of a 7-person position group within the team. Through my research I have learned that the team atmosphere is paramount in most businesses. My experience as a member of a large team and a smaller position group prepares me well for the team-oriented culture. At Georgetown I am also the office manager, shift supervisor and game official for all intramural sports. Thus, I also exhibit the ability to work on my own and even manage others. This commitment together with my football team commitment, and my superb academic record demonstrates my discipline.

Saturday, September 3, 2016

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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Irene & Jenna Hart Die In Accident

      Irene Louise "Poohie" Hart, 37, and her unborn daughter, Jenna Marlene Hart, died on August 24, 2016 due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
      Born on August 8, 1979 in Cheverly, MD, Irene was a resident of Annapolis, MD for more than ten years and worked at Sam's Club and was a caregiver with Visiting Angels Home Healthcare. She was a member of Chesapeake Christian Fellowship and enjoyed taking care of her family and helping others.
      Irene and Jenna were preceded in death by their mother/grandmother, Martha Jenkins. They are survived by their husband/father, Marcus Hart; their daughter/sister, Angel Bright of Annapolis; their father/grandfather, Harry Jenkins, Sr. of West Virginia; their aunt/stepmother, great aunt/step grandmother, Ruth Goodnow of Crofton and their brothers/uncles, Billy, Jessie and Harry Lee Jenkins, Jr.
      Family and friends will be received on Friday, September 2 from 11am until the funeral service begins at 12 noon at Chesapeake Christian Fellowship, 377 W. Central Ave., Davidsonville, MD. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Marcus Hart Family Fund at gofundme.com.