Friday, April 18, 2014 6:59 AM
Published on: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
By Mary McHale
Loved to fish, she caught a 5-foot marlin
With war threatening in 1941, she came to Washington to work for the federal government, eventually serving at the Department of Treasury, National Security Resources Board, War Assets Administration and U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. She was sent to Switzerland during the Geneva Conference.
She was a member of the Ager Road U.M. Church, Bells U. M. Church, Camp Springs Elks Lodge, Moose Lodge and the American Legion. She loved to bowl, dance, travel and fish. Off the coast of North Carolina, she once caught a 5-foot marlin.
She was preceded in death by her husbands, Tillmen Charles Lewis and Kenneth Lee Carroll. Survivors include many nieces and nephews and her very special stepson, Wayne Carroll.
Loyola on the Potomac is hosting its annual Crab Feast and Open House from 2 to 6 p.m. Sept. 8 with all-you-can-eat-crabs, hamburgers, hotdogs, ice cream and more — plus all-you-can-drink beer and sodas, live music and hayrides. Admission: Adults, $50 for one and $85 for two; children 12 and under $25; age 4 and under get in free. For information, contact Lisa White at 301-392-0819 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mount Calvary Church invites you to come to the Knights of Columbus Hall in Forestville from 2 to 6 p.m. Sept. 8 for its annual Crab Feast. Tickets are $50 per person or $450 for a table of 10. For information, call Amy Jones at 301-336-5824.
Morningside Recreation Council member Susan Frostbutter accepted certificates of appreciation for the Council from Vice Mayor Jim Ealey at the August town meeting, in recognition of the good job they did planning the July Fourth parade and festivities.
Mark Dennison is back as principal of Skyline School, which has 216 enrolled (228 capacity).
Imagine Foundations at Morningside (formerly Morningside Elementary) has Peter Thompson as principal and 300 enrolled (500 capacity).
Patricia Payne is principal of Benjamin D. Foulois Creative & Performing Arts Academy. Enrollment is 553 (of a possible 796).
Many in our area are bused to William Beans Elementary in Suitland, where Dana Tutt is principal. There are 436 enrolled (584 capacity).
A firm called Panda Power Funds has proposed building an 859-megawatt natural-gas-fired power plant in an industrial area of Brandywine. They need the approval of the Maryland Public Service Commission. I assume we’ll be hearing lots more about this.
May they rest in peace
Jean O’Donovan Estabrook, 89, of Sherwood Forest and formerly of Camp Springs, died Aug. 20. She was a graduate of St. Cecilia’s Academy and, along with her husband, was a founding member of St. Philip’s Church. Her husband, Dr. Timothy O’Donovan, died in 1973. She is survived by eight children, Maureen, Meaghan, Colleen, Timothy Jr., Stephen, Denis, Terrence and Sean; 22 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial was at St. John Neumann Church in Annapolis.