James Anthony Turner
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
13h ago
James Anthony (Jimmy) Turner, 86 of Mechanicsville, MD, died on Sunday, June 9, 2024 with his loving family by his side at home from declining health resulting from Alzheimer’s/stroke. Born September 12, 1937, at Leonardtown Hospital, he was the son of the late Eunice A. and Sydney J. Turner. He is survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Catherine (Muffie) Turner; one son, Mark J. Turner of Mechanicsville, MD; three daughters, G. Renee Ward (Charlie) of Charlotte Hall, MD; Karen E. Wentworth (Bobby) of Leonardtown, MD; and Julie M. Richard (Gary) of Leonardtown, MD; eight grandchildren: Amy ..read more
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The BayNet Daily Newscast: Neighbor Dispute Involving Gunshots In Mechanicsville Under Investigation (June 19, 2024)
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by JJ Atchison
13h ago
CALIFORNIA, Md. – Every weekday, we will provide our members with a short and informative audio news recap surrounding interesting and important topics in Southern Maryland! To unlock this feature, along with an ad-free experience and more, click join now below! Below are the articles covered today: Neighbor Dispute Involving Gunshots In Mechanicsville Under Investigation […] The post The BayNet Daily Newscast: Neighbor Dispute Involving Gunshots In Mechanicsville Under Investigation (June 19, 2024) appeared first on The BayNet ..read more
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Berda Jean Everson
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
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Berda Jean Everson, 74, of Mechanicsville, MD, passed away on June 15, 2024. Born on July 12, 1949, in Bryan, Ohio, Berda was the beloved daughter of David Sr. and Dominga Maldonado. After graduating high school in Texas, Berda began a fulfilling career journey in Washington, DC, starting at The National Association of Letter Carriers and later bringing her talents to The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. Later in life, she transitioned to a position in the St. Mary’s County Public School District, where her presence left a lasting impression on all who had the privilege of meeting her. On Apr ..read more
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Francis Donald Birch
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
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Francis Donald Birch, 90, of St. Mary’s City, passed away peacefully at his home on June 13, 2024, surrounded by family.  He was born December 2, 1933, in Pearson, MD, now part of NAS Patuxent River.  Donald was a graduate of Great Mills High School and a lifelong resident of St. Mary’s County.  He attended Maryland Barber School in Baltimore City and began his career as a Master Barber and Manager of the Navy Exchange Barber Shop.  During that period, he also served as a sergeant in the National Guard for eight years.  Retiring after 24 years on the base, he became o ..read more
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Terry Wayne Hynson
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
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Terry Wayne Hynson, 64 of Clinton, MD, died peacefully in his sleep on Sunday, June 9, 2024. Terry was born January 11, 1960, in Washington DC. He was the son of the late Walter Lee Hynson, Sr. and Carol Perrie. He was also preceded in death by his brother, Walter Lee Hynson, Jr.; and step-father, Allen P. Perrie, Jr. He is survived by his loving mother, Carol Perrie of Leonardtown, MD; his children: Kristan M. Moreland of Mechanicsville, MD; Brandy E. King (Blake) Mechanicsville, MD; Joseph A. Hynson (Angela) of Summerville, SC; Carolann L. Calvert (Justin) of Mechanicsville, MD; his two st ..read more
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Joseph Francis Owens, Sr.
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
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Joseph Francis Owens, Sr., 94, of Mechanicsville, MD, passed away on June 7, 2024. On September 17, 1929, Joseph was born in Leonardtown, MD to George and Mary Lillian Owens.  On June 27, 1953, Joseph married the love of his life, Emily Owens. The two were blessed with six children, Joseph Owens, Jr. (Marty), of FL, Rose Owens of Lexington Park, MD, William Owens, Sr. (Christine) of Mechanicsville, MD, Barbara Owens of Mechanicsville, MD, Michael Owens (Lisa) of Mechanicsville, MD, and Kelly Potter (Kenny) of Charlottesville, VA. Before he retired, Joseph worked for Safeway grocery store ..read more
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Helene Anna Holt
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
15h ago
Helene’s Journey …to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord. 2Corinthians 5:8 Helene Anna Herbert Holt of Clements, Maryland entered this world on January 9, 1927. She was the third of ten children born to the late William Scanlon and Gertrude Herbert. Aunt Helen or Granny, as she was affectionately known by those who loved and knew her best, departed this life on June 7, 2024.   Helene attended St. Joseph Colored School on the top of Morganza Hill. That is probably where she and Kelley Holt started eyeing each other. At the tender age of 19, she and Kelley were married ..read more
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Doris Lorain Lam
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
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Doris Lorain Lam, age 89, of Brandywine, MD, passed away peacefully on Friday, June 7, 2024. Doris was born on February 3, 1935, in Brandywine, MD to Charles and Ora Hyde. Doris loved to cook, bake, and host family gatherings. Most of all though she enjoyed spending time with her family. Whether it was gathering around the dinner table for a home-cooked meal or her famous coconut pound cake, she enjoyed it all. She is survived by her four daughters Audrey Beuchert, Nancy Carbonaro (Joe), Geri Brown (Robby), Ollie Cregan (Barry). Grandchildren Denise Hawkins (Calvin), George Beuchert, Jr., Ky ..read more
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Michelle “Shellybean” Francine Cutler
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by Brinsfield Funeral Home
15h ago
Michelle Francine Cutler, 66, of Chaptico, MD was called home to the Lord on June 5th, 2024 at her home with her loving family by her side.  Born on March 19th, 1958, in Washington D.C. to Fredrick Alfred Eversberg and Doris Elsie Dawson.  She is survived by her husband of 45 years, Gary Cutler Sr. of Chaptico, MD, and her sons, LTC Gary Cutler Jr., USA (Erin) of Mobile AL, Grant Cutler of Chaptico, MD and her two granddaughters, Caroline and Catherine Cutler of Mobile, AL. She is also survived by her siblings, brothers Michael (Mike) Eversberg of Hollywood, MD, Matthew Eversberg o ..read more
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Local Kickball Event Raises Awareness Of Ongoing Opioid Epidemic
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by BayNet Staff
15h ago
Credit: Calvert County Sheriff’s Office via Facebook HUNTINGTOWN, Md. – On June 13, members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) participated in the 6th Annual “Kick the Epidemic” kickball event with members of the Calvert County Adult Treatment Court (ATC). This event aims to raise awareness of the ongoing opioid epidemic in the local community and to show solidarity between drug court participants and local law enforcement. According to CCSO, the game took place at Marley Run Park and was umpired by the Honorable Mark S. Chandlee. Over 80 participants joined in on the fun which inc ..read more
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