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Death Notices for Edgewater, Davidsonville, South County

Patch remembers the lives of local residents who recently passed away.

Information is provided by the George P. Kalas Funeral Home. Click on the name of the deceased to read the full obituary and/or to submit online condolences.

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Richard P. Connelly, 51, of West River. Died Tuesday. Survived by his wife Caren, two children and five siblings. Connelly worked as a dedicated employee of AT&T for 14 years, and will be remember for his kindness towards others.

Jeanne P. Burwell, 92, of Harwood. Died Monday. Survived by her son, daughter, five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Burwell served in the Philippines during World War II and appeared in the move Hellcats of the Navy alongside Ronald Reagon.

Charles C. Nickerson, 59, of Edgewater. Died Saturday. Survived by his wife Jami Ann, two daughters and three grandchildren. Nickerson served in full-time active duty with the Maryland National Guard, and earned many medals and commendations during his service.

Charles H. Behlke, 71, of Mayo. Died Friday. Survived by his wife of 47 years, Norma, one daughter and two grandchildren. Behlke was a charter member of the Deale Elks Lodge and enjoyed riding BMW motorcycles, traveling and helping homeless animals.

John E. Morrison Jr., 95, a 40-year resident of Davidsonville. Survived by his two daughters, a son, his former wife and six grandchildren. Morrison served in the Pacific Ocean theater during World War II as an active member of the U.S. Air Force—including several invasions. He also served as a direct counsel to President Kennedy during the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion.

Edith M. Stockett, 92, of Davidsonville. Survived by her daughter, son, sister and grandson. Stockett enjoyed spending time with her family and spent her career as a bookkeeper with Anne Arundel County Public Schools. 

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