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Anita Midway


Anita L. Midway, 77, of Cambridge, Maryland passed away peacefully Thursday morning, April 6, 2017 at her daughter’s home with her daughter by her side.
She was born on October 18, 1939 in Cambridge and was a daughter of the late Beatrice Willey and Gordy Foxwell, Sr.
Anita married Stephen Midway and together they loved to travel and go on camping trips. Their favorite vacation was when they went to Ireland. Anita described Ireland as the most beautiful place in the world. Stephen died in May 2007. She also loved to read and most of all loved spending time with her family.
She worked at Mailwell Graphics as a plate burner before retiring.
Surviving Anita are her children Katherine Grow(Mark) of Baltimore, Donna Unsworth and Joseph Unsworth, Jr. of Cambridge; grandchildren Timothy Dail, Ashley Baker, Amanda Sikorski, Amber Unsworth and Corey Unsworth; seven great grandchildren; brother Gordy Foxwell, Jr. (Helga); sisters Barbara North, Virginia Smullen and Judy Spear all of Cambridge.
Services will be private.
Memorial contributions in Anita's name can be sent to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 163, Salisbury, MD 21803.
Arrangements entrusted to Newcomb and Collins Funeral Home, P.A., Cambridge.
To share online condolences with the family, please visit www.newcombcollins.com


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To my cousin Anita

Lois Jun 18 2019 12:00 AM

Anita is my cousin and did not know she had passed.Reached out to her brother, but was unsuccessful. When younger my family visited her family alot. They lived outside of Cambridge and all of us would go into town. Had alot of fun on the visits to Maryland. Love and miss all of them. She is now at peace and with our heavenly father.

Lois Blanchfield May 19 2018 12:00 AM

My condolences to the Midway family. May you find comfort in knowing your dear loved one is in God's memory and in the hope God gives of seeing your dear loved on again. John 5:28, 29.

Jennifer Apr 10 2017 12:00 AM

My dear wife and I would like to extend our condolences for the loss of your loved one (Proverbs 17:17). At difficult times like this we realize how precious and fragile life can surely be (James 4:14). As your family and friends comfort one another, please also be comforted by the sure hope the Bible gives us for all those who have died (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4). As recorded in the Bible, Jesus promised that one day he was going to bring back to life all those who have died (John 5:28, 29). That is why he encourages all of us to exercise faith in that promise, the life that he gave in our behalf, and be blessed as we see that promise fulfilled (John 11:25; 3:16;John 6:40;James 2:17). The Bible makes it clear that death is an "enemy" not only to mankind, but also to Almighty God (1 Corinthians 15:26). That is also why God promises to remove forever all the pain, suffering, wickedness, and death that mankind has had to endure for thousands of years (Revelation 21:3-5; Psalm 37:10,11,29). At that time soon, as the Bible indicates, both the living and the dead who are brought back to life will enjoy life, everlasting life, as God originally purposed for this earth thousands of years ago in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 1:28; Jeremiah 29:11). What a glorious day that will be for mankind who are doing what God asks of us, namely that we simply do His Will, not our own (1 John 2:17; Proverbs 3:5,6). Please read and meditate on all these scriptures in your Bible and be blessed (Psalm 1:1-3; John 17:3). Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

George & Chris Ragusa Apr 7 2017 12:00 AM