See her family record.
(From The Washington Post dated Friday 27 Jul 2007.)
(One correction made here.)
keeper in the Washington area for
more than 20 years, died July 23 at
Washington Adventist Hospital in
She had amyotrophic lateral
sclerosis, also known as Lou Geh-
Mrs. Furr was born in Winches-
ter, Va., and settled in the Washing-
ton area by the late 1950s.
After retiring in the early 1980s,
she moved into Holly Hall apart-
ments in Silver Spring and was ac-
tive in its senior citizens' programs.
Her marriage to Turner Furr
ended in divorce.
Three children died, Donald
Furr in 1969, and Nancy Furr in
2005 and Mary Hungerford in
Survivors include five children,
Shirley Wetzel of Frederick, James
T. Furr of Pedricktown, N.J., David
Furr of Bunker Hill, W.Va., Deb-
orah McCall of Saltville, Va., and
John Furr of Dickson, Tenn.; four
brothers; three sisters; 19 grand-
children; and 14 great-grandchil-
In Loving Memory of
Mary Agnes Furr
DeVol Funeral Home Guest Book for Mary Furr
(From The Frederick News Post, Frederick, Maryland dated 28 Dec 1999.)
Gaithersburg, died Friday,
Dec. 24,at Shady Grove
Adventist Hospital, Rockville.
Born Jan. 7, 1929, in Virginia,
he was a son of the late
Lawrence Richard and Mary
Mr. Furr was a retired plumber.
He is survived by seven
children, Shirley Wetzel of
Dickerson, David Furr, John
Furr and Mary Frances Furr,
all of West Virginia, Debbie
Furr of Saltsville, Va., James
Furr of New Jersey, and Nancy
Furr of Silver Spring; one
sister, Susana Butt of Rockville;
and numerous grandchildren and
Friends may call from 7 to
9 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, at Olin
L. Molesworth Funeral Home,
26401 Ridge Rd., Damascus.
Funeral services will be held
at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 29,
at the funeral home. Interment
will be in Monocacy Cemetery,
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