Hardesty Funeral Homes, Gambrills, MD

Hardesty Funeral Homes

851 Annapolis Rd
Gambrills, MD 21054
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Hardesty Funeral Homes - Gambrills, MD Philip Asher, Jr. Obituary announcement - Posted by Noni VanSon and Michael Gitlin 2016-01-02 11:35:56 You have many wonderful memories as a family. Remember them and cherish them.
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Noni and Michael


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2016-02-08 21:35 - Robin Chandler Duke, Philanthropist Who Championed Women’s Rights, Dies at 92

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A singer-songwriter’s band countered the psychedelic sound of late 1960s San Francisco with proudly eccentric and catchy music that he came to call “folk swing.” [read more]

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2016-02-08 21:32 - Edgar D. Mitchell, Sixth Moonwalking Astronaut, Dies at 85

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