Anthony Wooden enjoyed fishing and hunting in his free time. He was also known for having the ability to create things with just his hands.
Michael Hosmer operated a lawn service at Scottish Highlands in Leesburg.
Debra Possee was a 1978 graduate of Leesburg High School. She was a bank teller by profession. She loved to play the piano.
Lois Dean was a seven-year veteran of the U.S. Navy.
Elizabeth Bracaglia loved to spend time outdoors walking, hiking and gardening, enjoying nature with her family.
Besides playing golf, Barb Acosta was a champion bridge player and Queen Mum in the Red Hat Society. She had a love for dancing, cooking, karaoke, and spending time with friends.
Barbara McCoy retired from teaching in 2011, and retired to Leesburg, where she found a fun, loving and supportive community of friends.
Stephen Gurbel loved to read and engage in political debates. He was a creative cook and an accomplished accordion player. He enjoyed fishing and just spending time with family.
Dr. Louise Gentry Ingraham was on the faculty at Penn State University for over 20 years becoming the Associate Dean at the College of Human Development.
Robert Storts enjoyed crossword puzzles, reading the newspaper, watching his favorite sports & TV shows, and spending time with family and extended family.