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Ursula Ayd

Ursula Joan Ayd

Monday, January 14th, 1935 - Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
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Ursula (Urs) Joan Ayd, age 84, passed away at her home in Lothian, Maryland on Wednesday, May 1st, 2019. Ursula was born on January 14, 1935 in Baltimore, Maryland to John and Lorraine Mack. She attended high school at the Institute of Notre Dame and married her husband, Joe, of 57 years until his passing in 2008. She received her AA at Essex Community College while working full time at Western Electric-AT&T and raising a family of five, her four children, Mary Jo, Michael, Russell, Clarissa and husband, Joe. Ursula loved her family and was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother of 10 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.

Ursula was also the “Mother” to her colleagues at Western Electric/AT&T during her working career. She was one of the first women to work in a male dominated environment and although she was passed over for promotions because she was a female she held her own and continued to teach other women to be successful. She gained the respect of her colleagues, male and female.

After her retirement she and Joe were introduced to Standardbred Harness Racing by her son-in-law, Jim. She was a Standardbred owner, breeder and a longtime advocate for the Maryland Standardbred racing industry. Ursula was a member of the Maryland Horse Council and United States Trotting Association.

"A Mother's Love Is The Heart of The Family" and Ursula was the foundation and heart of the family. She continued to care for them, even in her death. She left a to- do list upon the arrival of her death. She always took care of others but never wanted the attention on her. She was independent, strong and spoke her mind yet had a heart bigger than the universe. She was known for her sassy wit, infectious smile and her kind, compassionate spirit for animals. Anyone want a cat, or 2 or 3?

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in her honor to: Standarbred Transition Alliance Program c/o USTA 6130 South Sunbury Road Westerville, Ohio 43081 or to your favorite animal charitable organization.

Arrangements and services are private.

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Mendez

Posted at 03:46pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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Phil Stahl

Posted at 12:40pm
So sorry for your loss, Phil Stahl & Maureen Kirby
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Jim Helbert

Posted at 05:18pm
My sincere condolences to the family. I watched her family grow up when I worked with her at Western Electric / AT&T. And I was one of her "kids" at work, She never had a bad word for anyone and was quite a prankster. She was quick to listen and offer advice, if asked for, and occasionally offer her hand to the back of our heads when we needed it. She and Joe were quite a couple and I enjoyed knowing both of them. In retirement, she carried on her giving and caring when she got involved in Standardbreds. God's speed to you Urs...you will be missed.
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BetsyBrown

Posted at 09:11am
Thank you for your love!
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Andy & Janet Kaufman

Posted at 07:54pm
Urs was such a good friend to my sister Joyce during her long recovery from liver/kidney transplant. She brightened her bleak days. She was such a wonderful friend and will be deeply missed.
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