In Our Hearts

If you are going through a difficult time, your brothers and sisters are here for you; in this environment where digital is everything, we are continuously striving on the improvement of the human connection.

Please write us if you would like to be added to our concerns list. Use the form below.



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Passing of Phillip  Gillespie

Phillip worked at Channel 9 – WTOP from 1973-1974, he also worked at CBS Washington News bureau from 1974-2009 as a tape editor

If you would  to contact the family please call  Mrs. Camfiord @ 703-830-3783 or 703-216-5988  (sister)

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Prayers go out to Joe Buckingham, a local 1200 member at WETA. His house was destroyed in a fire. Thankfully no one was injured, but it’s still a devastating loss.

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Albert Bargamian, dear husband of the late Joyce E. Bargamian; loving father of Michael Z. and the late Gary Bargamian; cherished father-in-law of Jodi Bargamian; beloved grandfather of Michelle Mazanec (Christopher) and Michael and Elizabeth Bargamian; great-grandfather of Jace and Madelyn Mazanec; dear brother of Grace Bargamian.

A CBS television news camera operator who covered the White House from the Ford to the Clinton administrations, died Nov. 25 at a care center in Ellicott City, Md The cause was dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, said a son, Michael Bargamian.

Mr. Bargamian, a resident of Silver Spring, Md., was born in New York City. At CBS, he covered a variety of assignments, including Washington Redskins football games, before he was assigned to the White House. He retired in the mid-1990s.

 


 

Thinking of Robert M. Crump, Jr.

As you may have heard, Kenny Crump’s dad died earlier this week.

Kenny is such a big part of what we do here every day, I am sure some of you will want to write a note of condolence.

I2205 Wynmore Lane  Bowie, Maryland  20715

Please note as well that in lieu of flowers, Kenny asks that food. Be sent to the above address or that a donation be made to the Montgomery Hospice, at www.montgomeryhospice.org


 


 

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