News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
The Brianna Benlolo Memorial Fund and Tyler Johnson Memorial Fund have been established to help family, nonprofits in honor of the victims.
Three men with prominent ties to the Dundalk community were remembered in Baltimore Sun obituaries.
The Turner Station native died Jan. 9 at the age of 71.
A listing of recent Greater Dundalk deaths, according to Dundalk-area funeral homes.
The Optimist Club of Dundalk member was chairman of Dundalk's Independence Day parade for many years.
Friends will gather Jan. 6 at the New White Swan restaurant to honor the life of Herman J. Kuemmer, who died Dec. 23.
The Bay Shore Bar and Grill owner died of cancer Nov. 26.
“His life changed history” – Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-MD
The retired U.S. Department of Defense employee ran Markel's Boat Yard, founded by his father in 1941.
Death listings from Greater Dundalk funeral home websites.
Recent death notices as published on Dundalk-area funeral home websites.
Recent death notices as posted on the Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk website.
Clancy, best known for his espionage thrillers, died Tuesday after a brief illness.
The lifelong Dundalk resident was an accomplished NHRA race car driver.
A memorial service to honor the former Bethlehem Steel employee's life will be held Aug. 31.
The longtime Edgemere resident died of cancer July 23.
The longtime Dundalk resident and community volunteer was 95.
The General Motors retiree died Feb. 1 at the age of 71.
Daniel Beck sustained serious injuries in a 2011 boat crash that killed one man and left a third man paralyzed.
Fred Thiess, 71, a longtime community leader and activist, died Monday of cancer.