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Cecelia Gutermuth

Cecelia Jessie Gutermuth, 90, passed away on April 21, 2012 in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.

Cecelia was born in Baltimore, Maryland on February 18, 1922. In December 1942 she married her beloved husband Edward. They were separated by WW II and reunited to enjoy over sixty-five years of marriage, during which time they adopted two children, Cecelia and the late Robert C. Gutermuth. Edward passed away in 2007.

In 1972 she, her husband and daughter relocated to Sharptown Maryland. Cecelia remembered fondly and often spoke of her trip to the Holy Land and the wonderful additions to her Christian family. She also served her Lord with a passion for spreading His word and doing volunteer work at Deers Head Hospital and other local facilities.

Mrs. Gutermuth is survived by her daughter Cecelia Marianne Stevens, grandson Brian Schilling; great-granddaughter Kaytlyn Schilling; granddaughters Katie Gutermuth and Elizabeth Abbott and great-grandchildren Camryn and Bryan Abbott.

Also preceding her in death was a grandson Robert Edward Gutermuth.

Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at Spring Hill Memory Gardens, Hebron MD. beginning at 1 p.m. Officiating will be Pastor James Riley Jr.

In lieu of flowers her wishes were that offerings be made to ones church.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to Newcomb and Collins Funeral Home P.A., Cambridge, Maryland.

To send online condolences visit www.newcombcollins.com

Facts Born: February 18, 1922
Death: April 21, 2012

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Posted by: Francine Smith I would like to express my condolences to you for the loss of your mother and grandmother, Ms. Gutermuth. When someone you love dies, the pain and grief can seem unbearable. But God's Word, the Bible, can provide much comfort for you during this time in your life. The scripture at John 5:28 lets us know that Jesus is going to reunite us with our dead loved ones in the near future. What joy you will feel when you are able to see William again. 04/24/2012 Posted by: Cheryl Bramble Beth and family, My heart goes out to you for the loss of your great-grandmother. Now she is an angel guarding over you and you family. 04/23/2012 Posted by: brian schilling my dear grandmom , i will always love her and miss her . i am sorrowed to find her gone from us but, i am happy in the knowledge that she is now with her dear family and her loving husband 04/23/2012

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