Billie Aisquith

Billie Aisquith

July 27, 1958 - June 25, 2020
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Billie Sue Aisquith, a resident of Riva, MD, passed away on June 25th, 2020, at home in her own bed, following a two year battle with cancer. She was 61. Born July 27, 1958, in Frostburg, MD to William (Joe) and the late Susan Kidwell.

Billie was a valued member of the staff of Owensville Primary Care (now Bay Community Health). She retired two years ago when she became ill. Billie joined the staff at OPC in July 1996 and served the medical needs of the South County Community in many capacities for 22 years at the Health Center. She began as an Accounting Clerk and worked her way through to Front Desk Supervisor and finally Medical Office Manager in 2003. She was the “right hand” of management in important community activities that included the Annual Health Fair, the annual Rabies Clinic, the Anne Arundel County Food Bank and many small fundraisers to help to keep the Center financially sound. She was truly a “Jack of All Trades “ and approached each endeavor with enthusiasm and energy. She cared greatly for the staff who worked with her and they for her and was known affectionately as M.O.M. This title was not just a tribute to her managerial position, but to the concern and effort she dedicated to the staff. So many people in the South County Community and on the staff looked to Billie for assistance when they were in difficulty.

Billie's dedication and helpful nature inspired her daughter's to pursue careers in social work and nursing. Something she was proud of.

Billie enjoyed several activities and hobbies including car shows, local baseball games with family, scrapbooking, quilting, photography, and cooking. She was the type to remember birthdays, anniversaries, and always had either a goody-bag or some homemade food creation when she showed up to a party or knew someone someone was sick.

Billie is survived by her beloved husband, Michael Thomas Aisquith; two children, Katherine Elizabeth Meadows of Columbia, MD, Sara Jane Meadows of Metairie, Louisiana; son, Douglas Craig Aisquith (Christina) of Harwood, MD; father, William Joseph Kidwell of Edgewater; brother, Jeffery Kidwell (Robin) of West River, nephew, Joshua Kidwell; niece, Anya Locy; and three grandchildren, Wyatt Joseph Meadows, Chloe Mae Aisquith and Cruz Owen Aisquith.

Family and friends are invited to celebrate Billie's life at a memorial gathering on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 from 5 to 7pm at the Kalas Funeral Home & Crematory, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD 21037

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that any donations be made to Bay Community Health (OCP), 134 Owensville Road, West River, MD 20778. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
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    Wednesday, July 1st, 2020 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Wednesday, July 1st, 2020 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Kalas Funeral Home & Crematory-Edgewater
    2973 Solomons Island Road
    EDGEWATER, MD 21037
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Kevin Wallace

Posted at 05:31pm
God Bless Billie Sue Kidwell Aisquith Forever, an Angel on Earth, now an Angel for all she Loves. Our hearts break for missing you Billie, that, so many will feel, but none greater then her Husband and Family. God Bless you all, and comfort you with her Loving energy and life force that will never leave you, and always will be there to guide and warm you, Mucho Love to you all.

jackie aisquith

Posted at 07:34pm
Mike and family...We are sorry to hear of Billie's passing

Wayne and Jackie Aisquith

Betty Sutter

Posted at 10:49am
I miss you Billie. We’ve known each other since 8th grade at Annapolis Junior High when we were in Home Room together. We continued to be in Home Room together when we got to Southern. We didn’t have any classes together but we still formed a wonderful friendship. When we went to Anne Arundel Community College we continued to hang out with each other and formed an even stronger bond as we hit the bars in Annapolis. You even let me talk you out of marrying that midshipman a week before the wedding and years later thanked me. I have a lot of fond memories of those years.
You were always the one I could count on. I knew we could be out of touch for a while but if I called it would seem like no time had passed at all. You were the one who made sure I knew what was going on with our High School reunions or even people we knew, since I don’t do Facebook. You were the only reason I went to the last reunion. You were the reason I met my husband and you were happily in my wedding. You were the one I called when my husband died and you offered words of comfort. You even took time to come to my nephew’s wake when he passed and you didn’t know him. You were the one who frantically called my son when the bombs went off at Boston, making sure I was okay.
I know you are in a better place and are no longer suffering but darn it you still owe me a lunch date. Love you Billie and I’ll never forget you because you are a big part of me!

Judy Ferrell

Posted at 09:24pm
Mike, We are very sorry to hear about the loss of your wife. Chuck & Judy Ferrell

David Banner

Posted at 08:03am
Saddened by Billie’s death. She sure was the bright and helpful “go-to” gal at OPC! Will be missed. Verna and Dave Banner, West River

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