Mary Cashell Unglesbee

Born: Wed., Oct. 23, 1918
Died: Sat., Jun. 23, 2018


Memorial Service

11:00 AM Tue., Jul. 03, 2018
Location: Asbury Guild Chapel


Graveside Service

3:00 PM Tue., Jul. 03, 2018
Location: Mt. Carmel Cemetery


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Mrs. Mary C. Unglesbee, 99 of Gaithersburg, formerly of Mount Airy and Wheaton, died Saturday, June 23, 2018 at the Asbury Methodist Village-Wilson Health Care, Gaithersburg.

She was the wife of C. Lewis Unglesbee for 63 years until his passing in 2002.

Born October 23, 1918, in Olney, she was the daughter of the late Wallace Cashell and Hilda Bready Cashell.

Mrs. Unglesbee was a graduate of Sherwood High School, Sandy Spring, MD.

She had been employed in several administrative support positions during her life. Most of her positions were in the insurance industry for small local agencies.

She was a lifetime member of Oakdale-Emory United Methodist Church. She had been a member of the choir in her early years, a Sunday School Teacher for over 25 years, Church Historian, President of the Women's Society, Trustee, and served as hostess to the choir in her later years.

She had been an active person all her life. She loved all children, enjoyed flowers, and was devoted to any activity that allowed her to help others. After retirement she enjoyed traveling with her husband in their travel trailer and together they visited each of the 48 continental states.

Surviving is a brother, Oliver (Pete) Cashell of Shippensburg, PA, two children, Mary L. Miller and husband Paul K. of Chester, and Dennis C. Unglesbee and wife Ruth R. of Olney; six grandchildren, Gary D. Unglesbee of Frederick, and Robert L. Unglesbee of Westminster, Guy K. Miller of Cordova, MD, Scott T. Miller of Herndon, VA, Marsha Nelson of Fayetteville, and Ruben Criscio, Jr. of Olney; fourteen great-grandchildren; one great-great-granddaughter; and numerous nieces and nephews. 

Mrs Unglesbee was preceded in death by a son, Gary Lewis Unglesbee; two grandsons, Timothy Paul Miller and Eric David Miller; a great-granddaughter Rachel Emilia Nelson, a sister Catherine C. Alderton, and a brother George Douglas Cashell.

A Memorial Service will be held at 11am on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at the Guild Chapel, Asbury Methodist Village, Russell Ave. Gaithersburg, MD 20877.

A Graveside Service will follow at 3pm in Mt. Carmel (Patuxent) Cemetery, Sunshine, MD

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Benevolent Care Fund, Asbury Foundation, 201 Russell Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 20877 or to Montgomery Hospice.

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Chris Crawford
   Posted Wed June 27, 2018
Dear Mary Lou and Denny,

Thinking of you and praying as you say good bye to your Mom. I'm sure it's with mixed emotions. But God bless her, she's finally at Home with the Lord. For that, I am happy for her. God says, "Well done thou good and faithful servant. Enter into the joy of the Lord."
Aunt Mary has a very special place in my heart. I was able to share many things with her and we developed a bond that was dear to me.
I'm sorry Hoot and I won't be with you for the service due to health issues,
But will surely be there in spirit. Love you both.
Remembering all the happy times we shared at the Glenmont house. And her wonderful Cathedral Windows dessert.

God bless you and keep you in the Palm of His Hand.
Chris



Evelyn r Layton
   Posted Sat June 30, 2018
I am sorry you had to lose someone so important and special in your life. I’ll be praying for you and the rest of your family.

Moms are special people, especially ones like yours. From the time I spent with her, I could tell she was an amazing lady.

I will always remember her sweet smile and beautiful nature. May God keep you in his embrace at this difficult time.

Bill Unglesbee
   Posted Wed July 04, 2018
Mary Lou and Denny,

All of my love is sent to you both during this time. I have so many special memories of Aunt Mary and those will live in my heart forever. I have a picture of Aunt Mary and my mom sitting together in mom's place in Hagerstown on my shelf that I see every day and that picture is even more special today than ever. I heard that it was a lovely service and filled with much love. As she was the same, lovely and filled with love.

All of my love to you both,

Bill

Dianne Unglesbee Teach
   Posted Thu July 05, 2018
Dear Mary Lou and Denny,
I am sending this knowing that everything is finished. . . As you both know I was in Phoenix when I found out about the passing of your Mom, and my dear Aunt Mary. Your pain was felt by many, but none more than your cousins and the cherished memories we made for many many years. I have a flashback of her washing machine and her turning the wringer! I remember her sweet disposition, always so stylish , and topping the outfit off with her red hat, she was so proud of that! I remember the several times Jason and I went to see her and her face lit up . . . the music brought her so much joy. Her memory will live in my heart forever.
My Love and Prayers I send to you both, Dianne

June and Hardy Pickett
   Posted Tue July 10, 2018
To Mary's Family
We just learned about Mary when looking at Barber's for a friend. Mary was a lovely lady. Remember her visiting Hardy's parents, Katherine & Raymond Pickett. Her mother was Gertrude Cashell. That was back in the days when families visited, especially on Sunday after church. Our deepest sympathy to all the family. June and Hardy Pickett

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