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Teresa Ann “Terri” Howes, 57, of Annapolis and previously of Churchton. Died on July 10. Survived by two brothers, one sister and many nieces and nephews. Howes was a talented pianist who enjoyed crocheting, reading and spending time with family and friends, including her beloved cat Thomasina.
Mary Carroll Lee, 87, of Edgewater. Died on July 9. Survived by her husband of 65 years, Harvey Lee, and their son, daughter, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Lee is best known for founding the Lee Farms Convservancy, and overseeing development of the . Her father started the airport in the 1930s and it’s been a staple of Edgewater ever since.
Mildred Dianne Morris, 70, of Mayo. Died on July 5. Survived by her sisters, daughter, many grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A 42-year resident of Saunders Point, Morris spent 51 years of marriage with her husband Bill Morris and loved volunteering at her church. She also volunteered often at the . Morris also loved gardening, reading and sitting on her back porch while bird watching.
Charles “Chuck” August Golch, 72, of Davidsonville. Died on July 5. Survived by his wife Ruby, his four children and 15 grandchildren. After serving as a police officer and security officer, Golch achieved his lifelong dream and became a high school football coach at . He also served as an associate pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Bowie.