The following deaths were reported by funeral homes in Southern Maryland.

Calvert County DOVE, Jane Jones, 75, of Port Republic, secretary, died Oct. 10 in Washington.

SIEDER, Marion "Bunny," 85, of California, homemaker, died Oct. 18 at Washington Hospital Center.

Charles County CAMMAYO, Ines Taccad, 75, of Waldorf, writer and advertising director for a drug company, died Oct. 19 at Southern Maryland Hospital Center.

CUTHRELL, Ruth Ann, 55, of Waldorf, worked in computer publishing, died Oct. 21 at Washington Hospital Center.

FOWLER, Harriett Jane, 59, of Hughesville, respiratory therapy clerk, died Oct. 20 at Montgomery General Hospital.

GONZALES, Charles Wilson, 78, of Waldorf, sheet metal worker, died Oct. 16 at Southern Maryland Hospital.

SCOTT, William Melvin, 83, of Charlotte Hall, retired sales supervisor, died Oct. 21 at Charlotte Hall Veterans Home.

STRAUB, Adolph, 74, of Waldorf, master carpenter, died Oct. 18 at Genesis ElderCare Center.

St. Mary's County BLACKISTON, Ruth Helen, 81, of Leonardtown, homemaker, died Oct. 13 at her residence.

FOLEY, Charles Burton, 64, of Lexington Park, insurance agent, died Oct. 9 at St. Mary's Hospital.

GUYTHER, Oliver Robert, 80, of Leonardtown, lawyer, died Oct. 17 at St. Mary's Hospital.

HARDING, Anna Mary, 52, of Mechanicsville, homemaker, died Oct. 16 at Washington Hospital Center.

MEDLEY, Agnes Pauline, 58, of Lexington Park, homemaker, died Oct. 20 in Lexington Park.

NASH, Thomas Arthur, 62, of Washington, federal government accounting clerk, died Oct. 9 at Genesis ElderCare Center.

RUSSELL, Carrie Adelaide, 88, of Coltons Point, homemaker, died Oct. 10 at her grandson's residence.

SHARROW, William "Billy," 52, of Lexington Park, auto mechanic, died Oct. 14 at St. Mary's Hospital.

SULLIVAN, Barbara Dianne, 55, of Leonardtown, homemaker, died Oct. 15 at St. Mary's Hospital.

TINSELY, Mary Agatha "Aggie" Fenwick, 82, of St. George Island, administrative supervisor for the federal government, died Oct. 18 at Slidell Memorial Hospital in Slidell, La.

TWINAM, Harold, 90, of Leonardtown, transportation service driver, died Oct. 18 at St. Mary's Hospital.

-- Molli Yood