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August 29, 2008

Arlington National Cemetary Lt Col. Earl Dean Uhler, Sr. United States Army. Blanche Duvall Uhler

Ulysses Grant Duvall, Arlington National Cemetery Section 13 Gravesite 145.

Earl Dean Uhler, Sr. Section 25  Plot 4273
Gravesite Lt. Col. Earl Dean Uhler, Sr.LTC Earl Dean Uhler, Sr

Blanche Duvall Uhler Section 25, Plot 4273     
26 Apr 1902 died 2 Jul 2000


Lt. Col.  Earl Dean Uhler, Sr, born in Elkton, Maryland in 1892 to Samuel and Molly Uhler. He had three brothers, Harry O. Uhler, Norris Uhler and Leonard Uhler, and a sister, Catherine Uhler Abbott, still living at the time of his death who all settled in Baltimore as did he. As a boy he lived in Owings Mills, Maryland and graduated from Franklin High School in Reisterstown, then called Franklin Institute. He studied Mechanical Drawing at Maryland Institute where he graduated in 1915. He enlisted in the 110th Field Artillery, 29th Devision in 1917 and saw action in France in World War I. He served in the Army until 1945 retiring a Lt.Col. He died in 1969 and was survived by two sons, a daugther and ten grandchildren. He was married to Blanche Duvall Uhler who died in 2000. PopPop, as his grand children knew him loved to garden, take photographs and develop them, tend to his koi pond and he studied Russian and yoga.  He passed away following routine surgery, (blood clot) at Walter Reed Army Hospital.

Nancy Uhler Waterman, Earl Dean Uhler, Jr, Nedwin Uhler children.  Baltimore Maryland.


Birth: Apr. 26, 1927
Baltimore
Baltimore County
Maryland, USA
Death: Dec. 10, 2009
Baltimore County
Maryland, USA

Nancy Margaret Uhler Waterman passed away December 10, 2009, after difficulty recovering from surgery. Born April 26, 1927 in Baltimore, Nancy graduated from Catonsville High School in 1944, after which she attended the Bard Avon School. Nancy married Dr. Roger Waterman in 1946 and they had six children together. They lived in Cleveland, OH, Hartford, CT, and Pittsburg, PA while Roger was going through medical school and residency before settling in Baltimore. She is survived by her six children: Eric Waterman, Tod Waterman, Sue Waterman, Candace Tippett, Chris Waterman and Amy Waterman-Martinez; ten grandchildren, one step-grandchild, and one great-grandchild. She also survived by her two brothers; Earl Uhler and his wife, Janie, of Warrensburg, Missouri, and Edwin Uhler and his wife, Kay, of Owings Mills, MD. Nancy was preceded in death by her parents Lt. Col. Earl D. Uhler and Blanche Duvall Uhler, and her former husband Roger Waterman. Nancy was a community activist, lover of gardening and antiques. She also appreciated a good restaurant. She was a devoted volunteer of both Baltimore ARC and Anne Arundel ARC. Nancy had a landscaping company, "That Landscaping Company," and worked at Maryland Save Our Streams. Her children will miss her strong spirit and her crab cakes at Christmas.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made in Nancy's name to Baltimore ARC, www.baltimorearc.org; Anne Arundel the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, www.cbf.org; or Heartland Hospice, 4 East Rolling Road Crossroads Suite 307 Baltimore, MD 21228. A celebration of her life will be held January 2, 2010, from 2 to 5 PM, at St. Bartholomew's parish house 4711 Edmonson Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21229. Family and friends are invited.

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 Parents:
  Earl Dean Uhler (1893 - 1970)
  Blanche Duvall Uhler (1902 - 2000)
Burial:
Unknown

Created by: bruce uhler
Record added: Jun 25, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71960402

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