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Lucile Hamm

Lucile Hamm

February 23, 1928 - March 23, 2020
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Obituary

Lucile Hamm, “Lucy”, “Lu Lu”, 92, a resident of West River and previously of Edgewater passed away on March 23, 2020 at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.

Lucy was born on February 23, 1928 in Anson, Jones County, Texas to the late William T. and Nannie E. Dixon.

She volunteered her time at Anne Arundel Medical Center and enjoyed playing Bingo and was a gifted seamstress and quilter.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 33 years Archy De. Hamm, who died in 1995.

Lucy is survived by her daughter, Nancy C. Powers of Roanoke, VA, her grandchildren; Garrett M. Beekman of Pheonix, AZ, Tina L. Riccio of West River, MD and Gayleen E. Beekman. She is also survived by 3 great and 3 great-great grandchildren.

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Tracy Kruk

Posted at 02:07pm
What a beautiful picture!!! Tina and family I'm so sorry for your loss and please know my thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. I will never forget Lucy's Rodeo Stories. She was such a lovely lady and she will be dearly missed. Take good care-Tracy
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Lynda Delph

Posted at 08:54pm
Granny,
While we are not related by blood my children love you as if you really were their true grandmother. We will miss your feisty spirit. We are grateful to have known you and until we meet again keep the angels in heaven on their toes.
Love the Delphs

Evelyn Powers

Posted at 03:32pm
Miss Lucy I loved being around you. You were always so very lively, funny, spirited, and full of life. I loved your spirit and wished I could have spent more time with you. You always made me and Thomas laugh. Your stories of your days back home in Texas, Arizona, and other places sure were exciting. My condolences to the family and prayers for you all. Love Evelyn and Thomas Powers.

Nancy Powers

Posted at 03:00pm
Mom, what a wonderful and interesting life you had and I have so many childhood memories of the wild west that Arizona once was, the wonderful quilts you taught yourself to make and your cooking which seemed such a natural talent and was the best. You lived in the best of times and made the most of them. Now you can rest and finally be with papa and your mom and dad, Texans one and all. Thanks for all the life lessons, they made me who I am. We love you, Nancy & Gary
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Tina Riccio

Posted at 02:36pm
Granny-

Thanks for always making me laugh. I have a ton of fun memories. I still laugh at how you always made Jeff crack up! I am so grateful you got spend time with your great great grandchildren and that I got to be apart of that. We will always hold you near and dear to our hearts.

Love forever,
Lana
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