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Maryann Brumbelow

Maryann Brumbelow

July 4, 1944 August 2, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Maryann Travers Brumbelow

Maryann Travers Brumbelow, 76, of Glen Mills, formerly of Annapolis, MD, passed away from a short battle with cancer on Sunday, August 2, 2020. She was the loving wife of the late Jerry Lee Brumbelow and mother of Paula Brumbelow Burns.

Born in Brooklyn Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, NY on July 4, 1944, she was the daughter of the late Dr. John and Evelyn (Paeth) Travers. She spent her career at NSA and filled her retirement with travel, quilting, basket making, and volunteering at Anne Arundel Medical Ceneter.

Maryann is survived by her daughter and her husband, Edwin Burns of Philadelphia; a brother, John Travers, MD and his wife, Carol of Sinking Spring and two sisters, Kathleen (Travers) King and her husband, Richard King, MD of Congers, NY and Megan Travers of Congers, NY.

Also surviving are many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephew.

Her loving personality will always be a part of our memories and she will be forever missed at family gatherings.

A celebration of her life will take place at a later date with the planting of a memorial dogwood tree.

Memorial donations may be made to The Light House, Inc. of Annapolis - http://www.annapolislighthouse.org.

Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc, 739 Penn Avenue, West Reading, PA 19611 is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be recorded at www.kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Steve Dansker

Maryann was my first boss at the Agency in 1985. She was a true professional. I just wished I could have sat down with her, and gotten culture notes from her at the beginning, instead of bumbling through the first few years there. I was in her section until I left for an overseas assignment 2 years later. While overseas, I found out she had visited the site, and I discovered we had many mutual friends there. In 2001, I retired from the Agency, and within 2 years later, I returned to the Site as a contractor. What a wild & wooly career. Of the many bosses I had, she is one that stands out. I now wish her family well. Maryann was a great lady. Steve Dansker. CAPT/US NAVY (ret.)
Comment | Posted at 12:08pm via Condolence
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Scott Kingsley

Maryann and I met nearly 58 years ago as freshmen in college. We had many common interests then and in so many other situations in which we crossed paths in school, in our work at NSA, and socially with friends in our retirement years. She was always one of the brightest, most interesting people in every setting.
She will be missed. We offer our condolences to all in Maryann's family and circle of friends. You are in our prayers.
Comment | Posted at 02:26pm via Condolence
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Toby Merriken

Maryann and I started work the same day and we had some very good times with other colleagues. She was a warm, caring, and sincere person. I extend my condolences to her family.
Comment | Posted at 09:12pm via Condolence
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Robert Schmitz

As a former colleague of Maryann, I remember her innate cheerfulness and intelligence. Always helpful, likable and pleasant to work with, she nonetheless was not one to suffer fools gladly! My sincere condolences to her family; she was one of the “good ones.”
Comment | Posted at 08:18pm via Condolence
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Susan Perrotta

Mary Ann was an exercise and yoga friend of mine when she lived in Heritage Harbour. We had so many laughs and we really missed her when she moved. We shared family stories with each other and she was such a devoted wife to Jerry. I am so sorry that she has passed and way too young. She was a treasure! Susan Perrotta
Comment | Posted at 11:58am via Condolence
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