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Curtis Farrar, food policy official Curtis Farrar, 89, who retired about 15 years ago as director of finance and administration at the International Food Policy Research Institute, died Nov. 22 at his home in Washington. The cause was congestive heart failure, said a son, Douglas Farrar. Dr. Farrar was born in New York City and had lived in the Washington area since 1963. He joined the institute in the mid1990s after having been a World Bank agricultural research officer, a member of the State Department planning staff, a technical assistance specialist at the U.S. Agency for International Development and an official of the Asia Foundation. John Poff, library officer John Poff, 53, a team leader in the literary division of the Library of Congress’s copyright office, died Nov. 8 at a hospice in Arlington, Va. The cause was lung cancer, said a friend and colleague, Gareth James. Mr. Poff, an Arlington resident, was born in Baltimore. He worked 27 years at the Library of Congress, retiring this year. During this period he also taught English as a second language in a night division of the Alexandria, Va., school system. Betty Ellen Brown, public information officer Betty Ellen Brown, 98, former public information officer in the 1970s for Montgomery County’s division of elder affairs, died Nov. 4 at her home in Rockville, Md. The cause was complications following abdominal surgery, said a son, Scott Brown. Mrs. Brown was born Betty Ellen Boylan in Enid, Okla., and did public information work in Illinois and Colorado before moving to the Washington area in 1965. She was a volunteer writing instructor with the Montgomery County Public Schools and was a volunteer softball coach, Cub Scout den mother and Girl Scout Brownie leader. Janis Pitts, biotech industry advocate Janis Pitts, 64, an advocate for the growth of the biotech industry in Montgomery County as the director of life science strategy for the Montgomery County Department of Economic Development from 2000 to 2014, died Nov. 14 at her home in Kensington, Md. The cause was complications from a progressive neurological disease, said a daughter, Samantha Kupferman. Mrs. Pitts was born Janis Gralnick in Washington and grew up in Silver Spring, Md. In the early 1990s, she owned and managed a gourmet grocery and catering operation, Western Market, in Bethesda, Md. After leaving the county position, she briefly was director of business development at Amarex Clinical Research in Germantown, Md., assisting the company get Food and Drug Administration approval for medical products. Her avocations included tending rose bushes and collecting antique rolling pins. Yvonne Rodler, NIH tour guide Yvonne Rodler, 85, who during the 1970s gave tours of the National Institutes of Health campus in Bethesda, Md., to visiting doctors from foreign countries and helped plan events for other health-related organizations, died Nov. 4 at a medical center in Oakland, Calif. The cause was a stroke, said a daughter-in-law, Jenny Rodler. Mrs. Rodler was born Yvonne Mermel in Washington. In the 1950s, she worked for the CIA, where she helped test telephone eavesdropping equipment. She later edited publications of the National Register of Large Dams. In 2009, she moved to Oakland from Washington. — From staff reports













Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia. John Jeffrey, physician John Jeffrey, 86, a Washingtonarea obstetrician gynecologist who had private practices and was affiliated with many hospitals, died Nov. 1 at an assisted-living center in Potomac, Md. The cause was lung cancer, said a daughter, Clare Sullivan. Dr. Jeffrey, a Potomac resident, was born in Scranton, Pa., and had lived in the Washington area since 1960. He retired in 1994. He was a former secretary of the Washington Gynecological Society and a member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Potomac.


Of Fairfax County, VA passed away December 18, 2016. She is preceded in death by her husband, Disco “Junior” Clark, and granddaughter, Marci Hubbard. Mrs. Clark is survived by her children, Regina Taft of Mandeville, LA, and Brenda Clark of Christiansburg, VA, four grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held on Monday, January 9, 2017, at 11 a.m. at Quantico National Cemetery, 18424 Joplin Rd, Triangle, VA 22172. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123, or to Quantico National Cemetery, P.O. Box 10, Triangle, VA 22172.

DAMIAN A. JONES There are tears of fond remembrance, dearest Damian for you still, for you held a place within our hearts, that none can ever fill. The Jones Family

DOMZALSKI JOSEPH MATTHEW DOMZALSKI Passed away on December 15, 2016, at the too-young age of 46. Missing him immensely are his devoted wife, Pamela, of Richmond, VA; his parents, Joseph D. and Pearl W. Domzalski, of Fairfax, VA; his sisters, Marsha Hope of McKinney, TX, and Alicia Truitt of Manassas, VA; nephews, Tyler Hope and Evan Truitt; and nieces, Sydney Hope and Elena Truitt, as well as a multitude of other relatives, friends and associates. Surfing on the Outer Banks and bicycling (including working on maintenance of bike trails in Richmond) were his heartfelt passions along with an abiding love of music, dogs, healthful food and pleasant camaraderie which leaves a lasting impact on all who knew him. One of his friends described him as a “beautiful gift” and that is how he will be remembered. A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.



HARRIS COOLIDGE MARIE HARRIS ELLEN SARA BAKER On Tuesday, December 20, 2016 of Potomac, MD. Beloved wife of Arden Baker; devoted mother of Roger Baker and Beth Baker; loving grandmother of Samuel Baker, Luna Cristales and Carlos Cristales. She received a BA, MA and her PHD in Psychology and was in private practice in Montgomery County, MD for 22 years. She was also a wonderful artist working in oils. Funeral Services will be held Friday, December 23, 2016, 10:30 a.m. at Congregation Har Shalom, 11510 Falls Rd., Potomac, MD with interment to follow at King David Memorial Gardens, Falls Church, VA. The family will be observing Shiva at the home of Arden Baker following the interment Friday until 4:30 p.m.; resuming on Saturday and Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. with Minyan services at 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association or the charity of your choice.


On Saturday, December 17, 2016. Survived by daughter, Patricia; four sisters; four grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by beloved husband Isaac and daughter Lovie. Services privately held.


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MATTHEWS LOIS MARR MATTHEWS (Age 88) On December 15, 2016, at ManorCare York South in York, PA. She had Alzheimer’s disease. Born Lois Barbara Marr on July 10, 1928, in Washington, DC, she grew up in NW, Washington. She graduated from Coolidge High School in 1946, and Wilson Teachers College in Washington in 1950 (B.S. degree in Elementary Education). She earned an M.A. in Music Education from Columbia University Teachers College in New York in 1953. She began musical training on the piano at the Washington Musical Institute. She served as organist at several area churches early in her career, then played for Memorial Baptist Church in Arlington for about 33 years. Gave recitals at several churches in the D.C. area and played for many weddings and funerals. She was a long-time piano and organ teacher. She was a member of the DC. and Northern, VA. Chapters of the American Guild of Organists for many years, and a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Lois taught at two elementary schools in DC. in the 1950s, and music classes in the Fairfax County Schools briefly in the 1960s. She held clerical jobs with the federal government during the 1970s-80s, and the Alumni Office of George Mason University in Fairfax (1987-1992) After marriage to Richard Andrew Matthews in 1956, Lois spent most of her years living in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs of DC while raising her family. She was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, Richard A. Matthews, who passed away in 2010. She is survived by three daughters, Julia M. Pagio and husband, Dominic; Christine D. Trout and husband, Monroe; and Melanie M. Doss and husband, Gene; five grandchildren; a sister, Ruth M. Wood; four nieces and a nephew. A service will be held at 12 p.m. on Friday, December 30, at the Cedar Hill Funeral Home in Suitland, MD. Burial will be at Cedar Hill Cemetery on December 30. There will be no viewing. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation,

CLARENCE GRANT, JR. “Butch” On Sunday, December 18, 2016, Clarence “Butch” Grant of Landover, MD. Beloved husband of Noriko Grant; loving son of Hester Grant. Also survived by his loving children; grandchildren; family and friends. Family will receive friends Tuesday, December 27, 2016 from 10 to 11 a.m. at Beall Funeral Home, 6512 NW Crain Hwy, Bowie, MD; followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. Please view and sign the family’s guestbook at:

VIRGINIA HERRINGTON “Ginny” Virginia “Ginny” Herrington of Arlington, VA passed away on December 19, 2016. She is survived by her longtime companion, Scott Haugland; her daughter Alyson F. Damron; her brother, Joseph N. Patz and grandchildren, Don Allen and Stephen Allen Damron and greatgrandson, Kendell Damron. Ginny retired from the Government in 2002 with over 38 years of Federal Civil Service, 35 of which was with the Office of The Air Force Civil Engineer. She was subsequently employed part-time by Northrop Grumman. Family will receive friends on Friday, December 30, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Everly Community Funeral Care, 6161 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22044. Funeral Services will follow at 1 p.m. at the funeral home with interment in Columbia Gardens Cemetery.

RICHARDS JILES EMMITT RICHARDS "Prazman" (Age 70) On Monday, December 19, 2016 of Bladensburg, MD, formerly of Richmond, VA. Beloved father of Jiles (Paula) Richards, Jr. Cherished grandfather of Samuel Richards. Brother of Paul Richards, Eloise Damron, Alton Richards, and the late Roberta Bevins, Mary Lou Daughterly, Peggy, and Sue. Son of the late Jiles and Thelma Richards. Friends may call at Gasch's Funeral Home, P.A., 4739 Baltimore Avenue, Hyattsville, MD on Friday, December 30 from 1 p.m. until service time at 3 p.m. Interment private. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Extraordinary Life Church, Building Fund, 715 East Ordnance Road, Glen Burnie, MD 21226.

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Born and raised in Washington DC, died on Saturday, December 17, 2016 after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his loving wife, Belvia Luck of 39 years; their only son, Milton M. Luck, IV (Doris Luck); mother, Rose Luck; two brothers, Theodore Luck (Alyce Luck) and Thomas Luck; nieces and nephews, Tracy, Tyler and Samantha Luck. A gathering of family and friends will be held on Thursday, December 29, 2016 at 11 a.m. at Kingdom Hall, 1206 Doewood Lane, Capitol Heights, MD. Interment, Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville, MD. Please view and sign the family’s guestbook at:

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JUDITH BROWN-SILVERMAN Beloved wife, fabulous mom, devoted sister and aunt, and friend to all, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly after a tragic accident on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. Born on January 19, 1952 in Syracuse NY, she is survived by her husband, Dr. Harold Silverman; son, Joshua Silverman; sister, Linda Levy; and brothers, Dave Brown and Dr. Paul Brown; their spouses and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Judi was predeceased by her parents, Dr. Oliver and Elaine Brown of Quaker Hill, Connecticut. Dr. Brown was a distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Connecticut College and the owner of many patents. Judi was a resident of Silver Spring, MD but spent a great deal of time in Ventnor, NJ, where was able to spend many hours each day watching the beach and ocean she loved. A graduate of the George Washington University, she was a vivacious, funny and high energy person, whose first concern was to help people who could not, for various reasons, help themselves. These qualities were reflected throughout her career. She worked at the now defunct Chestnut Lodge Psychiatric facility in Rockville, MD. As an AARP employee, she became a principal spokesperson and face of AARP’s advocacy on generic pharmaceutical and Direct-to Consumer prescription drug issues on Capitol Hill during the debate over Public Law 98-417 (the landmark Hatch-Waxman Act) which was enacted in 1984. She was AARP’s representative on generic drug issues to the media, public health groups and the brand name pharmaceutical industry. When her son Joshua was born in 1989, he became her total focus and the light of her life. Later, she was a Red Cross volunteer at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center where she helped comfort and support wounded warriors and their families after surgery and other medical procedures. During her years at Walter Reed, Judi was very involved with the Wounded Warrior Project. Judi was also an accomplished singer and was blessed with a beautiful voice, which she shared with family, friends and choirs. A gathering of family and friends to honor her and share memories was held in Ventnor, NJ on December 11, 2016. Contributions in memory of Judi BrownSilverman may be made to the Metropolitan DC Chapter of the American Diabetes Association at 1400 16th Street NW – Suite 410, Washington DC 20036 or The Wounded Warrior Project ( May her memory be a blessing.

Ada Pauline Howard, 100, of Germantown, MD passed away at her home on December 20, 2016. Ada was greatly loved by all her family and friends. She was the devoted wife of the late James M. Howard; loving mother of H. Pauline Johnson (dec.) and her husband Kenneth A. Johnson (dec.); cherished grandmother of Kenneth N. Johnson (Herlinda), Judith A. Johnson, and James A. Johnson (dec.); great-grandmother of Adriana Johnson and Alexandra Watkins (Justin); great-great-grandmother of Logan James Monseur, Justin Bruce (Lil J) Watkins II, and Alexis Marie Watkins. Friends are welcome to call on Tuesday, December 27, at 10:30 a.m. for a viewing, followed by a service at 11 a.m. at Fairhaven United Methodist Church, 12801 Darnestown Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20878. Interment to follow at Forest Oak Cemetery. Online condolences at


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LAWRENCE KENNETH A. LAWRENCE Kenneth “Ken” A. Lawrence, 84, of Fairfax, Virginia, passed away, Saturday, December 17, 2016 at Inova Fairfax Hospital. A commemorative service for friends and family will be held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, December 27 at the Tower Club, Tysons Corner, Virginia. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Salvation Army and/or the American Lung Association would be appreciated. Ken was born May 4,1932 in Niagara Falls, New York. He graduated from Cornell University in 1954 and served as a Captain in the Army Corps of Engineers at Ft, Belvoir, VA. On June 14, 1958 he married the former Mary Joyce Davis. Ken was employed as a research scientist/project manager for such companies as Psychological Research Associates, Raytheon and Logos, Subsequently, he joined the Public Sector and worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Veterans Administration and the IRS. He finalized his career by serving as the Planning Commissioner for Providence District in Fairfax County, where he significantly shaped the development of Tysons and the Mosaic District. He viewed this work as his service to the community. Ken was an avid MG enthusiast, a fan of Grand Prix racing, a globe-trotter and a loving father and husband.

passed away peacefully Saturday, December 17, 2016 at his home in Boyds, MD in the embrace of his beloved wife of 62 years, Janet Atkinson Spencer. A devoted father, he is survived by four children and their spouses, Keith A. Spencer, William L. Spencer, Mary-Eileen Hahn, and James S. Spencer; 11 grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Born in Washington, DC, he was raised in Silver Spring, MD with two older sisters, one older brother and two younger brothers, attending and serving at Grace Episcopal Church. Lou is a veteran of the United States Coast Guard. His career with PEPCO spanned over thirty years. Visitation for family and friends will be held on Tuesday, December 27 beginning at 11 a.m. with a Memorial Service and Reception immediately following at 12 noon. Location: Redeemer Lutheran Church, 27015 Ridge Road Damascus, MD 20872 In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Montgomery Hospice Online condolences may be shared with his family at:

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BROWN preceded in death by her mother Maxine Hooter and stepfather Frank Hooter of Dallas, Texas, father Stanley Aulsbrook and stepmother Wilma Aulsbrook of Gadsden, Alabama, brother Benjamin Hooter of Dallas, Texas and her sister Stephanie Kraus of Plano, Texas.

PHYLLIS K. BROWN A memorial mass will be held at 10 a.m. on January 21, 2017 at St. Joseph's Church in Herndon, VA, for Phyllis K. Brown, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, who worked for IBM for more than 40 years, most of them in the Washington D.C. area. She died of cancer on November 22, 2016.


two-year squadron tour, VF-11 also deployed on USS Wasp (CV-18) and aboard USS Oriskany (CV-34) for a South America tour. He flew over 1,100 hours in the Lockheed TV-2 “Shooting Star” jet as an instructor in the Advanced Training command at NAS Kingsville, TX and NAS Memphis, TN where he met and married Ann Ray and was promoted to lieutenant commander. After a tour of 27.5 months on USS Forrestal (CVA-59) he was assigned to NAS Oceana,VA and promoted to commander. He was eventually assigned to NAS Glenview, IL where he served as personnel, maintenance officer and air station XO during a 2.5 year tour, and attained the rank of captain. While on the staff of the chief of Naval Material he completed a Master of Science from George Washington University before retiring in 1970 after 28 years. He had logged 4,089 total flight hours in 43 aircraft types and models, with 2,200 jet hours and 253 carrier JOHN A. O’DONNELL “Jack”, landings. He received the DFC, seven awards Capt. USNR (Ret.) (Age 95) of the AM, NCM w/Combat V and the PUC Of Potomac, MD, passed away on Tuesday, while serving in WWII and Korea. Following December 20, 2016, at his home. Navy retirement, he spent 21 years in the data processing industry. John was born in Philadelphia, PA on May 30, 1921. After graduating from West Catholic John was preceded in death by his father John High School, John entered the V-5 Aviation mother, Bridget; sisters, Mary and Kathleen Cadet Program in November 1942, after which and brother, Joseph. he was commissioned ENS USNR and received his Wings of Gold September 8, John is survived by Ann, his wife of 59 1943. He was then assigned to Composite years; two children, Blythe Ratcliffe (Mark) of Squadron 81, flying the FM-2 “Wildcat”. He Wyomissing, PA, and Caroline Colbert (Craig) flew 59 combat missions. He was released of Germantown, MD and his grandchildren, from active duty in June 1946 and flew the Ellen, Bradley, Noelle and John “Jack”. Funeral F6F “Hellcat” in reserve training. He received services will be private. In lieu of flowers your a BA from the University of Pennsylvania tax-deductible contributions may be given to under the GI Bill and volunteered for active support the Tailhook Educational Foundation duty in June 1951. Promoted to lieutenant and @ or the NJROTC program assigned to VF-11, the “Red Rippers”, he flew in Montgomery County Public Schools. Check the McDonnell F2H-2 “Banshee” jetfighter donations should be made payable to “Seneca in combat over North Korea in the winter Valley High School NJROTC” and mailed to: campaign 1952-53, flying 66 combat missions Seneca Valley High School 19401 Crystal Rock from the USS Kearsarge (CV-33). During his Dr., Germantown, MD 20874.

On Monday, December 19, 2016, Dorothy Cheek Stephens. Born and raised in Henderson, NC, she lived the majority of her adult life in Washington, DC and later resided in Silver Spring, MD. Beloved wife of the late Robert T. Stephens; mother of Mildrilyn (Emerson) Davis and Clifford K. (Tanya) Stephens; grandmother of Emerson S. Davis, Jr., Robert S. Davis and Tiffany Dorothea Stephens; aunt of Michael Lucas of Chicago, IL and Doris Roach of Indianapolis, IN; also survived by her first cousins Marjorie H. Burke of Washington, DC, Ethel M. Lewis of Silver Spring, MD, and a host of family and friends. The family will receive friends on Monday, December 26, 2016 at Takoma Park Baptist Church, 635 Aspen Street, NW, Washington, DC from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m., where her funeral service will immediately follow at 11 a.m. Interment on Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Brentwood, MD at 11 a.m. Please view and sign the family guestbook at:

She is also survived by her brothers Howard Aulsbrook Jr. and Buddy Aulsbrook of Gadsden, Alabama and her sisters Laura White of Gadsden, Alabama, and Cheryl Porter of Huntsville, Alabama.

Ken is survived by his wife, (Mary) Joyce of Fairfax, VA; his daughter, Lesley Law-rence of Berryville, VA; two sons, Alan Lawrence of Oakton, VA and Richard Lawrence and his wife, Angeline of San Diego, CA; three grandchildren, Taylor, Jessica and Erik Lawrence; his sister, Sandy Tomalty of Potsdam, New York and several nieces and nephews.


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Phyllis is survived by her husband of 45 years, Donald C. Brown Jr., of Herndon, VA, sons Donald C Brown III, (Shalini) of Roswell, GA, Robert Brown of Washington DC; granddaughter Kara Hart of Herndon, VA, grandson Taylor Brown of Roswell GA, and granddaughter Leina Brown of Roswell, GA.She is also survived by her sisters, Nina Morton (Ronnie) of Garland, Texas, Virginia De Silva and partner Christopher Carter of Plano, Texas, Jill Bishop of Granbury, Texas and Lisa Boyd of Garland, Texas and brother Brian (Andy) of San Francisco, CA. She was

Phyllis was born in Dallas, Texas on January 20, 1951. She graduated from Richardson High School in 1969, Tyler Junior College in 1971 and attended North Texas State University. Phyllis joined IBM in Baton Rouge, LA, in 1974. She also worked at IBM locations in Dallas, Texas, White Plains and Armonk, New York and Connecticut before transferring to the Washington, DC area in 1989, where she worked at IBM facilities in Maryland, the District of Columbia and Virginia She held a number positions at IBM including resource manager, project manager, technical hiring manner and facilities manager. She is remembered by her fellow workers as a consummate professional who mentored and guided the career development of dozens of IBMers. Phyllis was devoted to her family. Phyllis enjoyed watching her granddaughter Kara play soccer and basketball and also enjoyed their vacations to Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons as well as Assateague Island in Maryland and Ocracoke Island in North Carolina. She also particularly enjoyed spending time with her younger grandchildren Taylor and Leina at Deep Creek Lake in Maryland.

ANTHONY J. AULETTA, SR. "Tony" (Age 95) Lt. Col. U.S. Army (Ret.) A long-time Fairfax County resident passed away peacefully November 21, 2016 after a brief illness. Devoted and loving husband, father, and grandfather survived by his wife Anna of 63 years; sons, Anthony, Vincent, and Richard; and two grandchildren. World War II Veteran with 100th and 44th Infantry Divisions. Korean War Veteran with 401st Civil Affairs Company. Bronze Star recipient. Civilian service with DOD Civil Affairs. 1975 recipient Eli E. Nobleman Award for Outstanding Contributions in Civil Affairs. Service at Ft. Myer Chapel and burial at Arlington National Cemetery, Tuesday, April 18, 2017, 12 Noon. In lieu of flowers the family requests donation to USO or other veteran and active duty service member organizations. Arrangements by Cunningham Turch Funeral Home, Alexandria, VA.

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