This page is dedicated to those in our class that we have lost over the years. You can not only review tributes to each person but also submit your own tribute and/or picture. All tributes must be approved prior to being posted. You may also submit further information about the person that may be missing or unknown at this time. If you know of someone who has passed away, you can submit that as well. All submitted entries need to be verified before posting. Thank you.
On Friday, December 25, 2020. Beloved son of Kay and the late Buddy Allison. Devoted brother of Nancy Ryan, Mickey Allison, Mary Wiles and the late David Allison. A celebration of life is being planned for a future date.
From Shiela Lippold (Ritchie) on January 4th, 2021
I met Bobby in Elementy School, McDoanald Knolls. Rest in Peace.
From Patrick Hanlon on January 3rd, 2021
My family has know the Allison since we were tottlers. My father Bill and Bobby’s father Buddy grew up together in Washington as well. Bobby and the whole awesome Allison family use to hang out together over the years and had a great time. Bobby will be missed. Rest In Peace.
It’s with heavy heart that I have to let family and friends know that John Roger Paradiso passed away this morning at 2:39am from complications from surgery. I don’t have a lot of details at this point.
On Wednesday, March 7, 2018, of Olney, MD. Beloved husband of Karen J. Cudd; father of Brendan and Jonathan Cudd; son of the late Madison “Bud” and Shirley Cudd; brother of Cathy Poland, Greg Cudd, and the late Robert, Marvin, and Michael Cudd. Relatives and friends may call at Collins Funeral Home, 500 University Boulevard West, Silver Spring, MD, (Valet Parking), Monday, March 12, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 4200 Olney-Laytonsville Road, Olney, MD, on Tuesday, March 13, beginning at 10 a.m. where Funeral Service will be held at 11 a.m. Interment Private. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, 7500 Greenway Center Drive, Suite 300, Greenbelt, MD 20770.
Vivian Mae Snider, 55, of Sowers Road, unexpectedly went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, August 9, at 12:52 a.m. at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem.
A celebration of Life memorial is planned for Wednesday, August 16, at 1 p.m. at Smith Grove Baptist Church, 3462 Sowers Road in Linwood. Family visitation will follow the service in the Fellowship Hall from 2 to 3 p.m.
Vivian was born on August 14, 1961, in Takoma Park, MD, to Hugh H. and Sheila M. Snider. After growing up in Silver Spring, MD, and graduating from Northwood High School, she moved to Dale City, VA and established herself as a successful printer and a co-owner of Press for Time Printing. Following an injury to her back she retired and moved to North Carolina nine years ago to be near her family.
Vivian enjoyed photography, graphic design, and genealogy. She loved the outdoors, and was an avid fisherman. Vivian’s hobbies included gardening and beach activities. Her home was filled with animals, all of which, she cherished and loved. Vivian was a Christian and had an infectious laugh and a warm heart. For Vivian her family was what she lived for. She was preceded in death by grandparents, Hugh (Jack) and Elizabeth Snider and Theodore (Ted) and Viola Eckhardt.
Vivian is survived by her parents, Hugh H. and Sheila M. Snider, of Linwood; a sister, Dorothy Snider Gibson of Jonesville; a brother, James E. Snider of Silver Spring, MD; a brother-in-law, Johnny M. Gibson of Jonesville; a sister-in-law, Stephanie Allen of Silver Spring, MD; five nieces, Katie Price, Jessica Waldron, Ashley Waldron, Nicole Snider, and Lindsey Snider; a nephew, Kyle Waldron; a uncle, Franklin B. Snider of Linwood; two aunts, Patricia H. Snider of Linwood and Beverly J. Baca of Westminister, CO; five first cousins, Franklin B. Snider, Paul H. Snider, April E. Snider Ruck, Deborah Bollhoefner, and Robert Wirkus.
She lives in the hearts of all she touched.
In lieu of flowers donations should be made to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ® (ASPCA)
John D. Stockstill III, beloved husband of Rachel A. Stockstill (nee Damiano) of 31 years; loving father of John Stockstill IV and Sierra Stockstill; dear devoted son of Lt. Col. (Ret.) John D. Stockstill, Jr. and his wife Sarah Stockstill and the late Dolly Cloteal (Nan) Stockstill; blessed with sisters Pamela Vesper and Angela Moats & husband Rick, also stepbrothers Tom Wyvill and Charlie Crump & wife Tiffany. Also survived by many relatives and friends.
The family requests relatives and friends for a Memorial Gathering at St. Mary of the Mills Church, 114 St. Mary's Place, Laurel, Md. 20707 on Thursday October 15, 2015 from 1 to 4 pm. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Mary of the Mills Church on Friday October 16, 2015 at 10 am. Private burial in Union Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a memorial donation in John's name to No Stomach for Cancer at www.nostomachforcancer.org or Gilchrist Hospice Care, Inc., 5537 Twin Knolls Road, Suite 434, Columbia, Md. 21045.
Mr. Daniel Joseph Miller, 53, of Frederick, passed away Friday, January 9, 2015 at Frederick Memorial Hospital, surrounded by his family. Born September 30, 1961 in Maryland, he was the son of the late Wilfred and Margaret McNulty.
Danny grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, he was a 1980 graduate of Northwood High School. He went on to earn his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from the University of Maryland, College Park. He worked for a time as a stockbroker and spent the past several years living in Florida and South Dakota before coming back to Maryland to be with family. Danny had an infectious smile and laugh that could light up any room. He was an avid outdoorsman. Danny loved the beach and also enjoyed hiking in the mountains.
Danny is survived by his siblings, John, Kevin, Matt, Mary, Jerry, Nancy, and Michael Miller. He is also survived by nieces and nephews, Christopher, Erin, Lauren, Brittany, Matthew, Emily and Maggie Miller. Danny will be remembered by his dear friends, Frank Davis, Pat McTavish, Frank Clements, Jimmy Zoller, Ricky Early, Mark Brock and Mark Kolb. He was preceded in death by his brother, James Miller.
Relatives and friends may call at Collins Funeral Home, 500 University Blvd. West, Silver Spring, MD (Valet Parking), Friday, January 16 from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Frederick Memorial Hospital, c/o Oncology Dept., 400 W. 7th Street, Frederick, MD 21701.
Published Online in The Frederick News-Post from Jan. 12 to Jan. 14, 2015
Published in Print in The Frederick News-Post on Jan. 14, 2015 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/fredericknewspost/obituary.aspx?n=daniel-joseph-miller&pid=173822358&#sthash.vBwXpcW9.dpuf
He was a awesome classmate. I want to share a story that I have told Danny in the past and to others bc it is a great story. This goes back to when we all were in 9 th grade. I went to Eastern before Northwood and we were playing Sligo in soccer. Danny played for Sligo. He and I competed again each other in a well fought game. I said then, thank god I'm going to NorthwoodHS bc I want to play with him. Then when I went to NHS and he wasn't playing soccer but football. I asked him why, and Danny said bc he really didn't like playing it. I thought that was amazing bc he was so good. Danny showed that he was great at whatever he played(Football-basketball-wrestling-track). We always use to joke about it later when we saw each other. It is something that I have and will always remember about Danny Miller. He will be missed.
It's with great sadness that the class of 1980 informs you that those reading this and/or who may have seen unexpected postings that Alan Evans was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident Saturday March 15, 2014. Services were at the Collins Funeral Home in Silver Spring, MD on March 20, 2014. No further information was left with the funeral home.
I remember Annette from Mr. Becker's English class. She was a very sweet spirited gal. We didn't connect much at Northwood but I am sad. My prayers for her family during this time. May God's loving arms cradle you and give you peace and comfort.
On Sunday March 17, 2013 MITCHELL SCOTT FINK, of North Potomac, MD. Beloved husband of Andrea. Devoted and loving father of Zachary and Brandon. Adored and loved son of Rhona & Charles Fink. Cherished son in law of Phyllis and Marty Oper. Dear bother of Michael (Juliet) and David (Susan). Cherished brother in law of Felice Oper. Also survived by 8 loving nephews and nieces and too many great friends to quantify. Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday March 19, 2013 11 am at Temple Beth Ami, 14330 Travilah Road, Rockville, MD 20878. Internment immediately to follow at Judean Gardens, 16225 Batchellors Forest Rd Olney, MD 20832. Shiva will be observed at the late residence on Tuesday afternoon and evening; Wednesday from 10 am to 2 pm; and Thursday starting at 7 pm. Memorial Contributions may be made to Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF), 383 Main Avenue, 5th Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851.
Devastating news. My prayers go out to his family. I always enjoyed Mitch's company. Probably because he laughed at my kidding around and my antics. I will remember Mitch being in a great mode all the time and always relax. Will always remember senior OC and hanging out at NHS and parties. He will be missed.
From Eric Goldberg on March 29th, 2013
Our hearts and prayers are with Mitch's family. Mitch was a great guy and always the life of the party. He will be missed.
From Jerry Frishman on March 22nd, 2013
Mitchell was miracle having fought an incurable cancer for 18 years. He was the most brave and courageous person i have ever known. Our hearts are broken and we will miss him forever
A few other friends and I hung out with John during high school, but completely lost touch after graduation (as is so often the case). He was always ready for a laugh, quick with a joke and didn't have a mean bone in his body. He was usually the calm and sensible one in the group.
I remember one trip to OC with John that will always make me smile. If you knew John's mother, you knew that she was a very, I mean VERY, careful and slow driver. From Four Corners to OC took five hours instead of three. It drove John nuts and every ten minutes he would say "Jeez mom, can't you drive any faster?'. Every ten minutes for five hours...
Was glad to see John at the last reunion and we got a few minutes to catch up. Should have been more.
Pamela Fones Hemingway passed away August 14th after fighting a long illness. The family chose to hold private services in Virginia. Please feel free to leave other tributes and memories that you have of Pam to share with the class. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.
I knew Pam as a friend in the 90's and into the 2000's. She had a good heart and was fun loving tomboy. I will always miss her. Jessie
From MARIA JACKS on August 26th, 2011
:*( sniff...sniff...) I lost touch with Pam but she was one of my best friends at Sligonia. She used to call me "Taco"! We played intramural soccer together for years (in our jeans 'cause we refused to wear those awful burgundy striped gym outfits! Remember, Vivian?) Pam was extremely talented and played a mean Bobby McGee and Blackbird on the guitar! She's feelin' no pain and singing with the Angels now. "Only the good die young"!! Loved you Pam and thanks for being my good friend!!
On behalf of the Burdine family, it is with great sadness to inform those reading this and/or who may have seen unexpected postings that Brigitte was tragically killed this morning (December 29, 2010) in a traffic collision. Brigitte was walking in the vicinity of Culver and Jefferson Boulevards in the Marina del Rey area just before 2am when she was struck by a motor vehicle. The driver of that vehicle left the scene.
Brigitte was transported to the hospital and they were not able to save her.
Brigitte has touched many people in many ways throughout her short life. She leaves behind her parents, brother, sister, nieces, nephews, cousins, and many, many others. Her cheer, her smile, and outgoing personality will live with all of us. Words cannot express the sadness that the family and many are feeling. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Respected, L.A.-based video game voice casting director Brigitte Burdine, who worked on games including World of Warcraft and God of War II, was killed in a hit-and-run accident early yesterday morning. She was 48.
Burdine was hit by by a car while crossing the intersection of Culver Boulevard and Pershing Drive at about 1:45 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to police and outlets including the Los Angeles Weekly. She was transported to a nearby hospital where she died later that morning.
Police are seeking the owner of a dark-colored sedan, possibly with front-end damage. Anyone with potential information should contact the LAPD's West Traffic Division detectives at 213-473-0234.
Working in the field since 1989, Burdine ran the Brigitte Burdine Casting Agency, which had just this week been renamed Coherent Crow. She also worked as an actress, director and producer for many film and television projects.
Her video game credits include vocal casting work for dozens of games from publishers including EA, Activision, Namco, Blizzard, Sony, Microsoft, Capcom, Warner Bros. and more. Highlights include the Killzone and Spider-Man game series, SOCOM 3, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe and ModNation Racers.
Burdine was known to share her knowledge of the industry through summits and workshops with audio leads and voice over actors around the industry, encouraging new talent rising through the ranks.
"Brigitte was the only voice director I ever worked with who left her emotions at the front door," said Mark Morrison, Regional Sales Director for Unity Technologies, who worked with Burdine on multiple projects, in an email message to Gamasutra. "She never had an ego and exemplified humility and all the fun and passion that the video game space admires. She was a quiet giant who reveled in problem solving and making clients 150% happy."
From Kathy (Murphy) Corsillo on January 19th, 2011
WOW! What devastating news....Such a huge loss for family and friends. I was friends with Brigitte in High School and knew that she would always do well for herself and she sure did. This is a terrible tragedy - So sorry for all.
Roger A. Schrader, a member of the class of 1980, died in a tragic automobile accident on the morning of February 28, 1980. Classmates and friends were stunned to hear of the news of Roger's death and critical injury of Roger's brother, Michael. A moment of silence sent prayers and thoughts to Michael and to Roger's friends and family.
Principal Bob Mullis said, "Roger was an excellent kid. He had never been in any trouble whatsoever. He was well-respected. He was just a good, quiet, all-around kid."
In a presentation concerning his Easter trip to Russia, Roger Shrader proclaimed, "I am proud to be an American. You do not understand what freedom is until you do not have the liberties that Americans take for granted."
Indeed, the thoughts and feelings of Roger's friends and family will be with him always. - 1980 Arrowhead
I remember that day that Roger had that terrible accident. I offered to give Roger a ride home that day because he normally did not drive to school. We had 3rd period together and then we would go to work. I spoke to him 15 minutes before I heard the ambulance. I will never forget when I heard on the radio on my way to work that he had passed away in an accident. I wish I would have given him a ride. He might have still been alive today.
He was a very nice guy.
From Cheryl Childers on July 27th, 2010
Roger said goodbye to me when he left school He promised he would bring his school picture "tomorrow." Later in class, we heard the sirens, having no idea they were rushing to the accident.
At the funeral, his mother told me the picture was on his dresser and I should come by sometime and get it.
I never did. I was young and afraid of her grief and afraid of saying the wrong thing.
I wish I had that picture now. Roger was kind and funny and always so nice to me. I think of him every time I hear "Baker Street"
John Sterling, known to his friends as J. B., died on June 19, 1979. Although J.B.'s physical prescence is no longer with us, his spirit remains in our school and our hearts. J.B., a quiet spoken person, had many friends and acquaintances to which he shared his courage and good humor. Many people miss J.B., but they will always remember him as a brave, courageous person who smiled until the end. - 1980 Arrowhead