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Malorie L. Fitzgerald

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Malorie Fitzgerald, 59, died August 10, 2017 in Dumfries, Virginia from brain cancer. A memorial service will be held at First United Presbyterian Church Dale City in Woodbridge, Virginia on August 19, 2017 at 11:00 AM. She was born September 26, 1957, in Fort Belvoir, Virginia to John and Marjorie Lowell. Her father was a Navy Captain who had a 30 year career as a Surface Warfare Officer. Her mother also spent time in the Navy before she married and started her family.

Malorie graduated from Florida State University and spent ten years on active duty in the Navy where she served in Argentia, Canada; Brawdy, Wales; and Panama. Following her active duty Navy service, she moved to Orlando, Florida where she met her husband David, another Naval officer. They were married in December, 1991 and moved frequently until David retired from the Navy in 2007. In 2000 they adopted their first child from Thailand, Paul, and then adopted Luke and Arianna, also from Thailand, in 2004. Malorie remained affiliated with the Naval Reserve, and finally retired from Naval Service as a Navy Captain. They have lived in Dumfries, VA since 2004.

She was an active member of Covenant Presbyterian Church where she served as a Christian Education elder, and also spent time substitute teaching in Prince William County. She was also an active member of Community Bible Study where she served as a Core Leader and Junior Homeschool Teacher..

Her interests included family, gardening, crafts, traveling and reading.

Malorie is survived by her husband, David; children, Paul, Arianna, and Luke; mother Marjorie; brother, John; and sister Kate.

She was preceded in death by her father, John.

Donations may be sent to the American Brain Tumor Association.

Ann Marshall Welch

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Ann Marshall Welch, born in Greensboro, Guiford North Carolina on November 27, 1948 to Rudy and Annie Caviness passed away on August 9, 2017. Both of her parents predeceased her.
A feisty woman, known as the neighborhood “Mom” there were always plenty of kids at her house. Ann liked everyone unless she didn’t like you. She had a love of animals especially her cats and fish. Ann just had a way with animals, big or small they all seemed to love and trust her.
Ann, along with her friends Susan Furst, Debbie Ferkin and Sandra Torres were always hanging out together and doing short trips. Virginia Beach was one of their favorite places to go. They enjoyed shopping together, having lunch together and enjoyed attending festivals. The lavender festival was one of their favorite festivals and they all have good memories of their time spent there.
Ann married John Welch on October 20, 1965.They had 51 wonderful years together. She would jokingly say that she “put up with him” but the truth was she was deeply in love with him, and he with her. Their song was “Baby Love” by the Supremes. John, while heartbroken will continue to hold his memories of Ann close to his heart.
There were two son’s born out of their love for one another. John Jr who predeceased her and Joseph who, along with his wife Melissa and daughter Mya survive her. She was the “Best Mom” to her boys and Joseph, along with his family mourns her deeply. She is survived by her sister, who she was very close to, Lynda Russey and her husband Mike. Her brother Rudy Caviness Jr predeceased her.
There will be a celebration of her life on Monday, August 14, 2017 at Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home, 13318 Occoquan Road in Woodbridge, VA starting at 10 am. She will be interred at Stafford Memorial Park directly following the service.

Carolyn M. Maddamma

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Carolyn Matthews Maddamma, age 73, passed away at her home in Manassas, VA on August 1, 2017, surrounded by her loving family.
Carolyn was predeceased by the love of her life, her husband of 34 years, Gino Richard Maddamma, and her brother Doug Matthews of Roslindale, MA. She is survived by her children: Ginger Maddamma Jabs and husband Greg Jabs, Richard Maddamma and fiancé Nievina (Anne) Duco; and Miki Maddamma Phelps, all of Manassas, VA. She is also survived by her sister Pamela Matthews Hoffman of Manassas, VA; grandchildren Cherie Jabs Newman and husband Greg Newman of Virginia Beach, VA; Bryan Jabs of Philadelphia, PA; Matthew Brewster and wife Brittany Ortiz-Brewster and great-grandchildren Logan and Landon Brewster of Houston, TX; and Caleb Foster and wife Emily Foster of Varina, VA; Raith Phelps of Manassas, VA; and Cory Maddamma of Centreville, VA; sister-in-law Sarah Lamitie, niece Claire Lamitie and nephew Finley Matthews of Roslindale, MA; nephew Mark Hoffman of College Park, MD.
She was born September 4, 1943 in New Castle, PA to parents Finley Arthur Matthews of New Castle, PA and Erla Mae Studebaker Matthews of Slippery Rock, PA, both deceased. She is a graduate of Boardman High School in Youngstown, OH. Gino and Carolyn were married on March 18, 1961 in Winchester, VA and settled in Arlington, VA. They moved to Centreville, VA in 1972 to raise their children and were active in the Southwestern Youth Association coaching soccer and softball.
Carolyn continued her college education at George Mason University while volunteering in her children’s classrooms at London Town Elementary. She then joined Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic Region and accepted a promotion as the center administrator for the Reston and Springfield, VA medical centers. She continued her career with the Capital Planning offices in Washington, D.C., focused on the architectural design and development of the Falls Church medical center, where she retired in 1985 after a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. Thereafter, Gino and Carolyn established Aquarius Plumbing and Remodeling of Chantilly, VA.
Carolyn authored and published a book titled “On a Wing and a Prayer,” depicting stories of her childhood, raising her family, work-life and living with Multiple Sclerosis. She was always thrilled to chat and visit with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren; she enjoyed traveling, interior design, and reading books on the subject of social justice – believing all people should be treated fairly, equally and with dignity.

Memorial Services will be held at 5:00 PM Saturday, August 19, 2017 at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas, VA. Reception immediately following services at the home of Maddamma/Jabs, Manassas, VA.

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to American Civil Liberties Union at www.aclu.org.

Carolyn M. Maddamma

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Carolyn Matthews Maddamma, age 73, passed away at her home in Manassas, VA on August 1, 2017, surrounded by her loving family.
Carolyn was predeceased by the love of her life, her husband of 34 years, Gino Richard Maddamma, and her brother Doug Matthews of Roslindale, MA. She is survived by her children: Ginger Maddamma Jabs and husband Greg Jabs, Richard Maddamma and fiancé Nievina (Anne) Duco; and Miki Maddamma Phelps, all of Manassas, VA. She is also survived by her sister Pamela Matthews Hoffman of Manassas, VA; grandchildren Cherie Jabs Newman and husband Greg Newman of Virginia Beach, VA; Bryan Jabs of Philadelphia, PA; Matthew Brewster and wife Brittany Ortiz-Brewster and great-grandchildren Logan and Landon Brewster of Houston, TX; and Caleb Foster and wife Emily Foster of Varina, VA; Raith Phelps of Manassas, VA; and Cory Maddamma of Centreville, VA; sister-in-law Sarah Lamitie, niece Claire Lamitie and nephew Finley Matthews of Roslindale, MA; nephew Mark Hoffman of College Park, MD.
She was born September 4, 1943 in New Castle, PA to parents Finley Arthur Matthews of New Castle, PA and Erla Mae Studebaker Matthews of Slippery Rock, PA, both deceased. She is a graduate of Boardman High School in Youngstown, OH. Gino and Carolyn were married on March 18, 1961 in Winchester, VA and settled in Arlington, VA. They moved to Centreville, VA in 1972 to raise their children and were active in the Southwestern Youth Association coaching soccer and softball.
Carolyn continued her college education at George Mason University while volunteering in her children’s classrooms at London Town Elementary. She then joined Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic Region and accepted a promotion as the center administrator for the Reston and Springfield, VA medical centers. She continued her career with the Capital Planning offices in Washington, D.C., focused on the architectural design and development of the Falls Church medical center, where she retired in 1985 after a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. Thereafter, Gino and Carolyn established Aquarius Plumbing and Remodeling of Chantilly, VA.
Carolyn authored and published a book titled “On a Wing and a Prayer,” depicting stories of her childhood, raising her family, work-life and living with Multiple Sclerosis. She was always thrilled to chat and visit with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren; she enjoyed traveling, interior design, and reading books on the subject of social justice – believing all people should be treated fairly, equally and with dignity.

Memorial Services will be held at 5:00 PM Saturday, August 19, 2017 at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas, VA. Reception immediately following services at the home of Maddamma/Jabs, Manassas, VA.

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to American Civil Liberties Union at www.aclu.org.

Carolyn M. Maddamma

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Carolyn Matthews Maddamma, age 73, passed away at her home in Manassas, VA on August 1, 2017, surrounded by her loving family.
Carolyn was predeceased by the love of her life, her husband of 34 years, Gino Richard Maddamma, and her brother Doug Matthews of Roslindale, MA. She is survived by her children: Ginger Maddamma Jabs and husband Greg Jabs, Richard Maddamma and fiancé Nievina (Anne) Duco; and Miki Maddamma Phelps, all of Manassas, VA. She is also survived by her sister Pamela Matthews Hoffman of Manassas, VA; grandchildren Cherie Jabs Newman and husband Greg Newman of Virginia Beach, VA; Bryan Jabs of Philadelphia, PA; Matthew Brewster and wife Brittany Ortiz-Brewster and great-grandchildren Logan and Landon Brewster of Houston, TX; and Caleb Foster and wife Emily Foster of Varina, VA; Raith Phelps of Manassas, VA; and Cory Maddamma of Centreville, VA; sister-in-law Sarah Lamitie, niece Claire Lamitie and nephew Finley Matthews of Roslindale, MA; nephew Mark Hoffman of College Park, MD.
She was born September 4, 1943 in New Castle, PA to parents Finley Arthur Matthews of New Castle, PA and Erla Mae Studebaker Matthews of Slippery Rock, PA, both deceased. She is a graduate of Boardman High School in Youngstown, OH. Gino and Carolyn were married on March 18, 1961 in Winchester, VA and settled in Arlington, VA. They moved to Centreville, VA in 1972 to raise their children and were active in the Southwestern Youth Association coaching soccer and softball.
Carolyn continued her college education at George Mason University while volunteering in her children’s classrooms at London Town Elementary. She then joined Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic Region and accepted a promotion as the center administrator for the Reston and Springfield, VA medical centers. She continued her career with the Capital Planning offices in Washington, D.C., focused on the architectural design and development of the Falls Church medical center, where she retired in 1985 after a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. Thereafter, Gino and Carolyn established Aquarius Plumbing and Remodeling of Chantilly, VA.
Carolyn authored and published a book titled “On a Wing and a Prayer,” depicting stories of her childhood, raising her family, work-life and living with Multiple Sclerosis. She was always thrilled to chat and visit with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren; she enjoyed traveling, interior design, and reading books on the subject of social justice – believing all people should be treated fairly, equally and with dignity.

Memorial Services will be held at 5:00 PM Saturday, August 19, 2017 at Pierce Funeral Home, 9609 Center Street, Manassas, VA. Reception immediately following services at the home of Maddamma/Jabs, Manassas, VA.

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to American Civil Liberties Union at www.aclu.org.

Monique Nicole Runge

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Monique Nicole Runge, of Dumfries, VA, passed away on August 8, 2017. Beloved wife of 53 years to Harold J. Runge. Loving mother of Patrick Runge (Suzanne) and Jason Runge (Elizabeth). Cherished grandmother of Tyler Runge and Eric Runge. Adored daughter of Madeleine Enault, and the late Alfred Decaux. Dear sister of Sylviane Hudson (Andrew), Muriel Omont (late Albert), and Alain Enault (Sylvie)

Monique was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and sister. She loved her family more than anything. She enjoyed painting, and going out to lunch with friends. She enjoyed watching her grandsons play soccer. Monique will be missed by all who knew her.

The family will receive friends at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 12975 Purcell Road, Manassas, VA 20112 on Wednesday, August 16, 2017. Mass of Christian Burial at 11:30 AM. Interment will follow at Quantico National Cemetery.

Paul Charles Hammond

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Paul Charles Hammond, age 76 passed away on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at the Adler Center in Aldie, VA.

Paul was born on June 22, 1941 in Baltimore, MD to the late Walter George and Elizabeth (Hipkins) Hammond. Mr. Hammond was an Master Electrician who owned and operated H & H Electric. He was an outdoorsman who enjoyed boating, hunting and fishing, known as the “Master of the Chesapeake”. Paul was a devoted father, friend and companion.

Survivors include his son: Kevin Hammond; daughter: Kim Christian and husband Frank; companion of 36 years: Judy Ceppa; brothers: Wayne Hammond and wife Barbara; and Bruce Hammond and wife Barbara; sister: Susan Hammond; grandchildren: Shawn and Shane Hammond; and Cailin and Adison Christian; great grandson: Leo Hammond; step children: Mike Parsons and wife Becky, Joe Parsons and wife Sue, John Parsons and wife Crystal; and Jimmy Parsons (In Heaven) and wife Wilma; step grandchildren: Jessie, Jeff, Zach, Kayla, Curtis, Joseph, Kimmie, Holly, Nicholas (In Heaven), Madison, Reiley, Cody, Matthew and Justin.

All services will be private.
Condolences may be sent to: www.piercefh.com

Paul Charles Hammond

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Paul Charles Hammond, age 76 passed away on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at the Adler Center in Aldie, VA.

Paul was born on June 22, 1941 in Baltimore, MD to the late Walter George and Elizabeth (Hipkins) Hammond. Mr. Hammond was an Master Electrician who owned and operated H & H Electric. He was an outdoorsman who enjoyed boating, hunting and fishing, known as the “Master of the Chesapeake”. Paul was a devoted father, friend and companion.

Survivors include his son: Kevin Hammond; daughter: Kim Christian and husband Frank; companion of 36 years: Judy Ceppa; brothers: Wayne Hammond and wife Barbara; and Bruce Hammond and wife Barbara; sister: Susan Hammond; grandchildren: Shawn and Shane Hammond; and Cailin and Adison Christian; great grandson: Leo Hammond; step children: Mike Parsons and wife Becky, Joe Parsons and wife Sue, John Parsons and wife Crystal; and Jimmy Parsons (In Heaven) and wife Wilma; step grandchildren: Jessie, Jeff, Zach, Kayla, Curtis, Joseph, Kimmie, Holly, Nicholas (In Heaven), Madison, Reiley, Cody, Matthew and Justin.

All services will be private.
Condolences may be sent to: www.piercefh.com