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In Memoriam

Karen E. Capar Marlowe

A Lancer out of sight
Never out of mind

 

We regret to inform all of the Alumni and the class of

1967 that Mrs. Karen Capar Marlowe died Friday, March 7, 2014 in Winchester Medical Center.

 

She was born in Washington, DC in 1949, the daughter of Helen Capar and the late Wesley Capar.  She was a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in elementary education and continued her studies earning a Masterís degree as a reading specialist. She was a school teacher with Clarke County public schools with 35 years of service. Karen was a member of ADK Sorority as a chapter president and a member of Prime Timers. She was an avid reader and a literacy volunteer. Karen also enjoyed traveling.

 

She married Stephen B. Marlowe on June 16, 1979 in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Surviving with her husband is a daughter, Jacquelyn Eve Gulvas and husband, Brian, of Halifax, Pennsylvania and a son, Jonathan Paul Marlowe of Winchester, Virginia; a grandson, Noah Gulvas and granddaughter, Eva Gulvas; a sister, Susan Capar Carl and husband, Patrick, of Fredericksburg, Virginia; three brothers, Stephen Capar and wife, Dixie, of Stafford, Virginia; Brian Capar and wife, Cathy, of St. Charles, Missouri; and Allan Capar and wife, Ivy, of Fairfax, Virginia. Also surviving are many nieces and nephews.  Mrs. Marlowe was preceded in death by her father, Wesley Capar.

 

Her interment was in Shenandoah Memorial Park, Mausoleum, Frederick County, Virginia.

 

 

Martin Eugene Maples, 63
Martin Eugene Maples, 63, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday Dec. 8, 2012.
Survivors include his wife, partner, and main squeeze of 36 years, Sarah A. Liddle, of Shawsville, Va.
He was the son of Bobbie Maples and the late Charles Maples of Lexington, Ky. He was born Sept. 12, 1949 into the life of a military family and all that that encompassed.
He always had an encouraging word if you were down, helpful advice if you needed it, and a warm and welcoming smile.
Because of the suddenness of Martin's passing, a celebration of a life well lived, will be planned for spring 2013.
Sarah requests that contributions be made to one of these organizations: The Central VA Post Polio Support Group, 14606 Talleywood Ct, Chester, Va. 23831; The Blue Ridge Music Makers Guild, 7197 Floyd Hwy S., Willis, Va. 24380-4025, of which Martin was a founding member; or the Shawsville Ministerial Association Food Pantry, P.O. Box 248, Shawsville, Va. 24162, where he volunteered.
We miss him terribly, and the world is much diminished without him.
As his journal entry from April 30, 2012 states, "We do have to continue in faith, patience and grace."
Online condolences may be made at www.milwardfuneral.com. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/galaxgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=161843380#sthash.CXtZltiA.dpuf
Martin Eugene Maples, 63
Martin Eugene Maples, 63, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday Dec. 8, 2012.
Survivors include his wife, partner, and main squeeze of 36 years, Sarah A. Liddle, of Shawsville, Va.
He was the son of Bobbie Maples and the late Charles Maples of Lexington, Ky. He was born Sept. 12, 1949 into the life of a military family and all that that encompassed.
He always had an encouraging word if you were down, helpful advice if you needed it, and a warm and welcoming smile.
Because of the suddenness of Martin's passing, a celebration of a life well lived, will be planned for spring 2013.
Sarah requests that contributions be made to one of these organizations: The Central VA Post Polio Support Group, 14606 Talleywood Ct, Chester, Va. 23831; The Blue Ridge Music Makers Guild, 7197 Floyd Hwy S., Willis, Va. 24380-4025, of which Martin was a founding member; or the Shawsville Ministerial Association Food Pantry, P.O. Box 248, Shawsville, Va. 24162, where he volunteered.
We miss him terribly, and the world is much diminished without him.
As his journal entry from April 30, 2012 states, "We do have to continue in faith, patience and grace."
Online condolences may be made at www.milwardfuneral.com. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/galaxgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=161843380#sthash.CXtZltiA.dpuf