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Southern Maryland deaths

Charles County

COOMES, Dorothy Lucille, 84, a waitress, died Feb. 14 at Genesis La Plata Center.

DOMCHICK, Harold George, 96, of Waldorf, an U.S. Army Field Band musician, died Feb. 18 at Civista Medical Center.

KITE, Robert Michael, 55, of Pensacola, Fla., a U.S. Navy machinist’s mate, died Feb. 10 at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola.

LEE-SMITH, Tana Jeanne, 62, of Port Tobacco, a flight attendant, died Feb. 13 at Charles County Hospice House.

MEYERS, James Cameron, 54, of Waldorf died Feb. 13 at Southern Maryland Hospital.

St. Mary’s County

CULLISON, Patricia Ann, 78, of Ridge, a homemaker, died Feb. 13 at St. Mary’s Hospital.

ENO, Audrey Anita, 92, of Leonardtown, a bookkeeper, died Feb. 15 at home.

HOOKER, Doris H., 87, of California, a registered nurse and Navy captain, died Feb. 4 at Hospice House.

LEFEBVRE, Serge Joseph, 57, of Mechanicsville, a defense contractor operations director, died Feb. 16 at Calvert Memorial Hospital.

SCHMALGEMEYER, Sherman Edward, 63, of Hollywood, a mechanic, died Feb. 7 at St. Mary’s Hospital.

STONE, Jenna Rayann, 22 of California, a student, died Feb. 16 in Vermont.


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