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Evelyn Eberspacher

Evelyn “Ann” Spicer Eberspacher passed away on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at Dorchester General Hospital in Cambridge, Maryland. She was 72.
She was born on October 21, 1940 in Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland, daughter of the late Levin Theophilus Spicer and Ethel Robinson Spicer.
She graduated from South Dorchester High School, and attended Salisbury State College before marrying William H. Eberspacher on November 10, 1962, who then preceded her in death on 31 January, 2010. She spent much of her life with her family on their farm, the “Brick House” Farm in Drawbridge, Dorchester County, Maryland. She was a member of several churches in the area; Grace Baptist Church in Hurlock for over 17 years and Lighthouse Baptist Church in Cambridge for over 10 years.
Ann, as she was known to many, spent countless hours ministering through her knitting for many charities, both private and public. She enjoyed knitting things such as baby blankets for family and friends, helmet cushions for military members, and afghans for charities. She wrote to prisoners and supported missionaries by uplifting them with her spirit and faith in her Lord.
She is survived by a son, Curtis Eberspacher and his wife Patricia “Trish” of Cornelius, NC; two grandchildren; Jeannine A. Eberspacher and Joseph M. “Joey” Eberspacher; a great-grandson Elijah Eberspacher; a great-granddaughter Dahlia Eberspacher, and two sisters, Doris Dove of Salisbury, MD, and Ruth Gray of Cambridge, MD.
Services will be held on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 2:00 at the Newcomb and Collins Funeral Home, P.A. on High Street in Cambridge, Maryland, with The Rev. Delmer Willey and the Rev. Sharon Prahl officiating. Interment will follow at Dorchester Memorial Park. The family would like to receive friends one hour prior to the service on Monday.
Serving as pallbearers will be Alan Mitchell, Lee Gray, Mark Eberspacher, Doug Eberspacher, Teddy Eberspacher, Emerson (Rusty) Eberspacher & Chem Albites, accompanied by honorary pallbearer Louis Fehsenfeld.
Expressions of sympathy may be made in her memory to the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland Chapter, 1850 York Road, Timonium, MD 21093-5122. Share memories with the family at www.newcombcollins.com

1-888-579-7953 Code: 75133P

Facts Born: October 21, 1940
Death: January 30, 2013

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Betsy Van Auken Memories of spring circuses with Aunt Ann and Uncle Bill rank as some of the best memories of my life..as well as getting the cards with hope and spiritual inspiration. She will be missed. Love to you all... 02/06/2013 Michelle Stegner Ann was a wonderful lady with many layers. Her love shined through her continual ministry, no matter what form it came in. She is truly a remarkable and strong woman, who is now at peace, safe with Bill and her Father in Heaven. Curtis & Family, I pray you find strength & healing in God's promise. She & Bill will continue to live through you and your children. Our prayers are with you all. 02/04/2013 Kris Stewart Hoffman I am so sorry for the loss of Mrs. Ann. To lose a parent must be one of the hardest things to go through. My thoughts and prayers are with you! 02/04/2013 Mary Frances and Karl Rinas It is with great saddness that we heard of Ann's death. She was a beautiful person and will never be forgotten by our family. She was always there when our parents needed help-emotionally and physically and was our connection to "home". Please know that we will always remember her with love and affection. 02/03/2013 Caroline Baxter Ann will be greatly missed in our family. She always remembered family with cards that included a handwriten note many of which I have kept because of the meaningful messages. 02/02/2013 Harry & Carole Dale During our early years as missionaries to Germany, Ann knitted beautiful sweaters for each of our children. We were so touched by her kindness & generosity. 02/02/2013 Wayne & Colleen Bromwell Miss Ann was such a lovely person and will be missed by all. She is with her husband now whom she so dearly missed. They are finally re-united. Please know we are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. 02/01/2013 Levin & Effie M. Elzey Dear Family, We offer our condolences to Ann's family. She had such a nice smile and will be missed for her church work. She has run her race and she has won her place in Heaven. May God bless you with peace. 02/01/2013 Tina and Roy Layfield You are in our prayers. Hugs 02/01/2013 Rick Roy So sorry for your loss Curtis. We are all thinking about you here in North Carolina. 02/01/2013 Judi Keene Jenkins So saddened by Ann's death. I will forever keep in my memory all of the wonderful times we had in Golden Hill growing up. A true friend and a wonderful lady. May god bless your family and friends that you leave behing. 02/01/2013 EVA JANE SIMMONS A REAL GOOD FREIND .I WILL MISS OUR LONG TALKS AND SHARING OUR KNITTIING PATTERNS. REST IN PEACE 02/01/2013 South Dorchester Class of 1958 We offer prayers to Ann's family and friends at this sad time. To Ann, your smile and your support for our class throughout the years are cherished. May you have eternal peace. 01/31/2013 PHYLLIS FRAZIER-JAMES A WONDERFUL LADY WHO LEAVES WONDERFU; MEMORIES. 01/31/2013

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