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Severna Park Death Notices, Through Nov. 8

Find links to local obituaries and recent death notices.

Patch has rounded up death notices from a local funeral home. To read the full obituary click on the name of the person, or visit the funeral home’s website.

All information is courtesy of Barranco & Sons Funeral Home.

Lawrence Masterson: Lawrence Edward Masterson, 73, a resident of Severna Park, died on November 4, 2012 at Tate Chesapeake Hospice House in Linthicum.

Janice Cook: On November 3, 2012, loved ones and family said goodbye to Janice L Cook of Severna Park, MD. She passed away peacefully with a smile on her face knowing that she was loved by many and was going to a better place. She was "Mom", "Momma", and a friend that everyone, and friends would love to have.

Randolph Holmes: Randolph Grayson Holmes, 92, a resident of Beltsville, died of natural causes on October 31, 2012.

Dorothy Frohder: A retired devoted Education Specialist, guidance counselor, teacher and passionate advocate for youth in Rockdale County, GA and Prince George's County, MD, ended her struggle with complications from Alzheimer's Disease Oct. 29 at the Marley Neck Health and Rehabilitation Center in Glen Burnie, MD.

Cheryl Benefiel: Cheryl Benefiel, 55, of Berlin, died on October 29th in her home. Cheryl was born in Baltimore to Theodore and Rose Migliore Berberich. She was raised in Annapolis and attended Martin Spalding High School. She was self employed in the cleaning service industry, and her hobbies included jewelry making and animals.

Wilmer Greenstreet:Wilmer Vernon Greenstreet, 83, died on October 29, 2012 at his home in Arnold, following a brief illness. Mr. Greenstreet was born in Baltimore on January 26, 1929. He lived in Baltimore until moving to Arnold in 1979.

Devona Willey: Devona (Dee) Willey, a present resident of Future Care Chesapeake, and former resident of Pasadena, died Saturday the 27th day of October at Anne Arundel Medical Center, from complications from pneumonia.

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