The following deaths were reported by funeral homes in Southern Maryland.
COX, Julie Ann, 14, of Huntingtown, student, died Tuesday in St. Leonard.
GRAY, Mary Louise, 86, of Prince Frederick, school administrator and educator, died May 23 at Calvert Memorial Hospital.
RENSHAW, Edgar Frank, 85, of Solomons, electrical engineer for federal government, died May 23 at Calvert Memorial Hospital.
WATTS, Clarence G., 58, of Lusby, died May 18 at his residence.
BARTLETT, Catherine B., 85, of Port Tobacco, homemaker, died Monday at Georgetown University Hospital.
BOWLING, George Patterson, 99, of Charlotte Hall, farmer, died May 22 at Civista Medical Center.
CLARKE, Olivia Davis, 92, formerly of Nanjemoy, restaurant and nightclub owner, died Monday in Florida.
COX, Beverly Mary Anne Godfrey Dilda, 60, secretary for Falvey Granite, died May 23 at home.
GREEN, Harold Henrich, 81, of Waldorf, aeronautical engineer, died May 21 at Washington Hospital Center.
KAMPERIN, Warren William Sr., 78, of Hughesville, director of foreign military sales for the Navy Department, died May 23 at North Arundel Hospital.
MAXWELL, Stephen LeJeune, 73, of Bryans Road, civilian scientist for the Navy and an aerial navigator in the Marine Corps, died May 21 at Washington Hospital Center.
SANTORA, Ralph Dennis, 57, of White Plains, retired Army major and manager for the federal government, died May 22 at Civista Medical Center.
TOMAS, Eva Maria, 73, of La Plata, commercial artist, died Monday at Civista Medical Center.
ST. MARY'S COUNTY
JENKINS, Joseph Lawrence, 66, of Clements, District police officer, died Tuesday at home.
PODOLINSKY, Albert Joseph, 58, of Potomac Shores, Leonardtown, assistant technical director for ManTech, died May 16 at Hachinohe City Hospital, Aomori-Ken, Japan.