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He attended Allegany College of Maryland, graduating with an associate's degree in ... N.C.; his brother, Bob Martin of Upperco, Md.; and many friends. Jim was preceded in death by his father, Harry "Bud" Martin, and his brother Mike Martin. (Moscow-Pullman Daily News)
He is survived by his wife Jani of Youngsville, PA and a son Nathan Wendell of Erie, PA; a brother, John Wendell and husband Mark Okun of Palm Springs California, a sister, Julia Wendell and husband Barrett Warner of Upperco, Maryland, a nephew ... (The Times Observer)
Church St., Frederick, Maryland. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m ... at 5 p.m. at Grace United Methodist Church, 4618 Black Rock Road, Upperco, MD 21155. People are welcome to greet the family at the church at 4 p.m. before the memorial service. (Frederick News-Post)
Farmers and Merchants Bank was chartered in Maryland in 1919. The main office is located in Upperco, with additional branches in Owings Mills, Hampstead, Greenmount, Reisterstown and Westminster. (Carroll County Times)
Vandervoort of Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, Patricia J. Goetz and husband Terry of Thurmont, Maryland, Charles Bruce Crone of Dallas, Texas, and William E. Crone II and wife Jennifer of Upperco, Maryland. She is also survived by five grandchildren ... (Frederick News-Post)
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