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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2011

DEATH NOTICE

Have unwanted medications? Go to drop-off sites.
BY

CASTILLO-WHEELER

BUCHANAN
Of Bethesda, MD died October 27, 2011 at age 77. Beloved wife of the Honorable John H. Buchanan; mother of Liz and Lynn Buchanan; sister of Jane Anderson; grandmother of three beautiful granddaughters. She served as a longtime choral director at churches and schools in the Washington area. Friends and relatives may call on Sunday, October 30, 3 to 5 p.m. at the Robert A. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 7557 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, November 1, 10:30 a.m. at St. Alban's Church, 3001 Wisconsin Ave., NW, Washington. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to St. Alban's Church in her memory.

ELIZABETH M. BUCHANAN "Betty"

J IMM P HILLIPS

People will be able to drop off expired, unused and unwanted medications on Saturday at sites across the region. Many police departments, as well as some other government agencies, will be collecting the drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as part of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s third national Take Back Initiative. The drop-offs, which are free and anonymous, are part of the DEA’s effort to curb prescription drug abuse by encouraging the safe disposal of medications. About 7 million Americans 12

and older abused prescription drugs in 2009, a 13 percent increase from the year before, according to the National Drug Intelligence Center. In the Baltimore-Washington area, prescription drug abuse has become a particular problem among teens and young adults, according to the center. The DEA collected 18,537 pounds of prescription and overthe-counter medications in the Washington region in April during the last disposal event, according to Ava A. Cooper-Davis, who oversees the DEA’s operations in the District, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.

Lucille Baur, a Montgomery County police spokeswoman, said demand during the April disposal event prompted the department to increase the number of dropoff sites from two to six. Prince George’s County police reported that they collected more than 109 pounds of medication during the April event; Alexandria police said they collected 122 pounds of medication. Thirteen disposal sites will be in the District. Dozens of sites will be in suburban Maryland and Virginia, too. To find local collection sites, visit the DEA’s Web site. Cooper-Davis said that people came to events on the last drop-

off day with “bags full of prescription drugs.” The two ways people most often dispose of prescription drugs — in the trash or down the toilet — present major problems, Cooper-Davis said. Drug users sometimes search through piles of garbage for disposed drugs. Meanwhile, drugs flushed down the toilet pose environmental risks to the water supply and the Potomac River. “If you have to dispose of drugs, we recommend mixing them with coffee grounds or cat litter before throwing them away,” she said.
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Two years have passed, and there are tears of remembrance for you still. You touched the lives of all who knew and loved you. No longer in our life to share, you are sadly missed along its way. But you are not forgotten and never will be. Bob, Robbie & Niki

CHRISTINE M. CASTILLO – WHEELER 12/22/1953 – 10/29/2009 In Memory

CAMPBELL

GARDNER
MARYLAND

D.C. man charged in slaying of Howard U. student
BY

M ATT Z APOTOSKY

Prince George’s County police have charged a District man in connection with Tuesday’s fatal shooting of a Howard University freshman in Mount Rainier, authorities said. William Knight, 20, is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of 24-year-old Alonzo James Guyton, a freshman music major who was found just after midnight fatally wounded in front of an apartment building in

the 4200 block of Kaywood Drive. Police said Knight and possibly others shot the Howard student in the head and back, although they are still exploring why. Julie Parker, a county police spokeswoman, said detectives were tipped to Knight’s involvement after they found his handprint on a stolen vehicle near the crime scene. She said they searched Knight’s home Thursday and recovered what they think is the assault rifle used in the attack.

Parker said Knight initially was held in the District on an outstanding auto theft warrant, and he is awaiting extradition to Maryland. The case shocked Guyton’s friends, family and the Howard community. The former Marine was interested in drums and keyboards. Parker said it did not appear that Guyton knew Knight and said Guyton “may have struggled with his attacker.” Mount Rainier Police Chief

Michael Scott said previously that the attack appeared to be a robbery, if only because Guyton did not have his wallet when officers found him. Online court records show Knight has been charged several times previously with armed robbery and carjacking. He was convicted of robbery in Montgomery County in June 2010 and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in Prince George’s in April 2010.
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19 years ago on this sad day the one we loved was called away. Your memory is as dear today as in the hour you passed away. We love you and miss you more than words can express. Your Wife Louise; sons George, Jr. and Kevin; daughters Veronica and Ethel and grandchildren

GEORGE GARDNER, SR. 8/31/30-10/29/92

MATTINGLY
In endless memory of MARY B. MATTINGLY who entered eternal life 48 years ago on October 29, 1963. Beloved wife of the late Robert N. Mattingly; devoted mother of Ellen, Anna Louise, Marguerite and the late Clinton and Mary Robert. Time cannot erase beautiful memories, Of a loved one gone to rest. She will never be forgotten by the ones, Who loved her best.

MARY B. MATTINGLY

On Friday, October 28, 2011 of Washington, DC. Beloved husband of the late Geneva C. Campbell; devoted father of Jannette E. Adkins; loving grandfather of Marc Alan Davis. Also survived by a host of nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may call at St. John the Baptist Church, 12319 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20904 on Monday, October 31, at 10 a.m., where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Food & Friends, 219 Riggs Road, NE, Washington, DC 20011. www.COLLINSFUNERALHOME.com

JAMES H. CAMPBELL (Age 84)

DEATH NOTICE

GEISER
Of Silver Spring, MD, passed away October 26, 2011. Wife of the late Joseph D. Geiser. She is survived by her children, Nancy Frame, Ruth Ann Geiser (Floyd), Margaret Geiser and J.D. Geiser, Jr. (Kathy); grandchildren, Staci Miller (James), Sean and Justin Geiser; greatgrandchildren, Jonathan Frame and Ryan Miller; and other family. Family will receive friends Sunday, October 30, 1 to 5 p.m. at the Hines-Rinaldi Funeral Home, 11800 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD, where Services will be held Tuesday, November 1 at 10:30 a.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore, MD. Donations to charity of your choice.

JENNIE W. GEISER (Age 85)

BAKOS

Debate on sex-selective abortion would be new in Richmond
abortion from B1 constitutional because a woman does not have to provide a reason for an abortion, said Devins, the abortion law expert. But Lena Edlund, a Columbia University economist involved in the 2008 study, thinks a symbolic gesture would be worthwhile. “Abortion based on the child’s gender is considered anathema to most Westerners,” she said. “We have not had to really enunciate this because it’s been shared as a core value. We are now in a situation [because of immigration] where it’s not a shared value. . . . It’s not so much whether this can be enforced. I think this is about sending a signal about what society thinks is okay.” In the Northern Virginia district that Minchew wants to represent in the General Assembly, some experts say a ban could appeal to middle-of-the-road voters: those who believe abortion should be available to someone unprepared to have a child, but not someone who’d simply prefer having one of the opposite sex. But even Minchew does not appear confident that the ban would have wide appeal in a swing district that covers parts of Loudoun, Frederick and Clarke counties. He highlighted his opposition to abortion in two mailings, one four pages long, sent over the summer to likely Republican primary voters. In one, he promised to “outlaw ‘sex selection’ abortions.” “I believe that protecting the life of the innocent may well be the most important function of government — and that includes the unborn,” a mailing read. “Life is a gift from God, and as your Delegate I will do everything I can to protect the life of the unborn.” Now, before the general election, Minchew is reluctant to discuss abortion generally or sex-selective abortion in particular. Pressed to elaborate on the sexselection issue he’d raised in his mailing, Minchew said, “I don’t support the concept of using abortion to determine the sexual makeup of your children.” “I think Mr. Butler would probably agree,” he added, referring to his Democratic opponent. Said Butler, “I don’t know anyone who supports abortion for sex selection.” But Butler is not seconding Minchew’s call for a ban. Describing his abortion position as “okay with the status quo,” Butler called the sex-selection issue a “red herring.” A ban in Virginia, he said, would probably apply to an “infinitesimal number of people.” “That’s a problem in China,” Butler said. “I don’t know that it’s a problem at all in Virginia.”
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On Thursday, October 27, 2011 of Takoma Park, MD. Beloved wife of the late John Bakos; mother of Joanne (William) Hamilton and John Bakos; grandmother of Laura and Kathryn Hamilton. Relatives and friends may call at Collins Funeral Home, 500 University Boulevard, West, Silver Spring, MD, (Valet Parking), Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m., where Funeral Service will be held on Monday, October 31 at 11 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. www.COLLINSFUNERALHOME.com

MIRIAM S. BAKOS

BARRETT
On Wednesday, October 26, 2011; the beloved wife of 45 years to Raymond Barrett; mother of Teresa Marie Dower and Leita Jean Newman; grandmother of Travis, Billy and Maya. She is also survived by two brothers, Alfred and Robert Fiore of Connecticut. Friends are invited to Kathleen's Life Celebration on Sunday, October 30 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at the GEORGE P. KALAS FUNERL HOME, 6160 Oxon Hill Rd., Oxon Hill, MD. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Monday, October 31 at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church Pomfret, 4590 St. Joseph Way, Pomfret MD. Interment Wednesday, December 21 at 11 a.m. at Arlington National Cemetery. Kathleen was born in Bridgeport, CT and raised in Huntington. She was active in the Red Hat Society and formerly taught school in Prince George's County. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Lupus Foundation. Please sign the on line guestbook at: www.KalasFuneralHomes.com

GRYMES
On Saturday, October 22, 2011 in North Carolina at her residence. Beloved daughter of Zachary and the late Dorothea Grymes. She is also survived by one sister, Chante Grymes; fiancé, Joseph Jones and a host of other loving relatives and friends. The family will receive friends from 10 a.m. until time of funeral services, 11 a.m., Sunday, October 30 at FORT LINCOLN FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Bladensburg Rd., Brentwood, MD. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.

CAMEAN L. GRYMES

KATHLEEN MARY FIORE BARRETT

HARRY

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big difference. In Maryland, premeditated murder carries the possibility of life with no parole. Second-degree murder carries a maximum of 30 years in prison with a chance for release after 15 years. Douglas Wood, Norwood’s attorney, was able to establish that within six to nine minutes of the initial sounds, the Apple employees didn’t hear anything else from next door. But under Maryland law, prosecutors don’t have to establish a drawn-out planning phase for premeditated murder. It can be as short as a few seconds. Wood also highlighted the fact that the Apple employees did not intervene, apparently to bolster his point that the attack was quick. While cross-examining Rios, a senior manager, Wood recalled a conversation that Rios had early in the case with Detective Deana Mackie. “I think you told Detective Mackie you just thought it was some drama going on?” Wood asked. “Correct,” Rios said. Wood also pushed Svrzo, suggesting the fact that she didn’t go check out the yoga store was an indication she didn’t hear anything that needed checking out. “If someone had yelled out ‘Help!’ you would have gone to help, right?” “It’s hard to say what I would

have done,” Svrzo said. Neither Svrzo nor Rios would comment after their testimony. Svrzo said that the voice that said, “God help me,” was different than the one that said, “Talk to me. Don’t do this.” Svrzo and others closed the Apple store about 9:30 p.m. Shortly after 10 p.m., she said, she heard noise on the other side of the wall. It sounded like something heavy was being hit or dragged, she testified. There was some grunting and high-pitched squealing. She went upstairs to ask Rios to come down and listen. Together, they walked closer to the wall. “We heard some screaming and yelling,” Svrzo said. “It sounded like a female voice that was, it sounded like hysterical noises, and then followed by a different female voice that was saying, ‘Talk to me. Don’t do this. Talk to me. What’s going on?’ ” Rios’s memories weren’t as vivid. He heard a loud yell, he testified. He heard a voice say something to the effect of “What’s going on? Why won’t you tell me?” Then he heard a second, softer voice. “All I heard was kind of like crying and muffled,” Rios said. Under questioning from prosecutor Marybeth Ayres, Rios said a store security guard was wearing headphones. “He was inattentive to the situation,” Rios said.
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BARUCH
On Wednesday, October 26, 2011 JORDAN J. BARUCH of Chevy Chase, MD. Beloved husband of Rhoda Baruch; devoted father of Roberta (Jerome Ostrov) Baruch, Marjory (Wu-teh Hsiang) Baruch and Lawrence (Laurie) Baruch; cherished grandfather of Mina, Solomon and Sabrina Hsiang, Rebecca, Max and Julia Ostrov and Benjamin, Alex and Rachel Baruch. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, October 27 at 10 a.m. at the Adas Israel Congregation, 2850 Quebec St. NW, Washington, DC. Interment Judean Memorial Gardens. The family will be observing Shiva at his late residence on Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. Contributions in his memory may be made to the American Jewish Committee or a charity of ones choice. Arrangements by Hines Rinaldi Funeral Home, Inc. under Jewish Funeral Practices Committee of Greater Washington Contract.

JORDAN J. BARUCH

On Thursday, October 27, 2011. The beloved wife of David W. Harry; mother of Kathleen Andrew, Donna Woltzen, Mary Garner, Elizabeth Ruddell, David and Michael Harry. Also survived by 13 grandchildren and a great grandson. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 620 N. Bestgate Rd., Annapolis, MD on Monday, October 31 at 10:30 a.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeake, 445 Defense Hwy., Annapolis, MD 21401. For your convenience an online guestbook is available at: www.kalasfuneralhomes.com.

FRANCES M. HARRY

BISHTON
ROBERT ARTHUR BISHTON
On October 25, 2011. Robert was born in Ilion, New York on December 31, 1922, the son of Frederick Bishton and Helena A. Bagans. A member of the National Honor Society, he was graduated from Ilion High School in 1940. A graduate of the University of Maryland, where he met and married his wife of 48 years, Jane Plitt, he was also a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and the Omicron Delta Kappa honorary leadership fraternity. He then served in the Navy until the end of WWII. He entered Georgetown University Graduate School to obtain a Masters Degree in International Relations and Political Science. He received his appointment as a diplomat in the Foreign Service, U.S. Department of State, in 1948 and began his career living in Dublin, Ireland and Bangkok, Thailand. After spending a year at Cornell University to become a Southeast Asia area and Indonesian Language Specialist, he was assigned to the American Consulate in Surabaja, Indonesia and as Consul to the Portuguese colony in Timor. He later also served as Political Officer and Indonesian Language Officer in Djakarta. In 1959 Robert was transferred to Rotterdam, Netherlands as Consul to administer a refugee program of Indonesian-Dutch refugees from Indonesia. He was then assigned for two years in Washington, DC to the Office of Special Consular Services and Liaison Officer with the National Military Command Center, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In 1967 he was asked to go to Saigon, Viet-Nam as 25/2011 Consul General. In 1969 he was transferred as Consul General to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and in 1975 as Consul General to Guayaquil, Ecuador. Fluent in the Indonesian, French, Spanish and Dutch languages, Robert retired from the Foreign Service Diplomatic Corps in 1980 with the rank of Minister Conselor and Consul General after 36 years of credible government service to Albany Georgia. Mr. Bishton is survived by his five children, Patricia J. Swanson of Phoenix, MD, Sandra B. Stevens of McLean, VA, Robert J. Bishton of Ft. Myers Beach, FL, Michael P. Bishton of Bethesda, MD and David L. Bishton of Peachtree City, GA; his brother, James L. Bishton of Onalaska, WI; his grandchildren, Cassandra, Ross, Jennifer, Tyler and Robert D., Harrison; and great-grandchildren, Evan, Alexis, Ella and Hailey. A viewing will be held at the Demaine Funeral Home, 520 S. Washington Street in Alexandria on Saturday, October 29 from 2 to 6 p.m. A memorial service will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 228 S. Pitt Street, Alexandria on Sunday, October 30 at 1 p.m. He will be interred at Rock Creek Cemetery on Monday at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations to be made to The American Heart Association and Smile Train.

OBITUARY

Dennis Chapman
NSA OFFICER Dennis Chapman, 67, a retired officer of the National Security Agency who later worked as an intelligence and information systems officer with Raytheon, died Oct. 7 at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He had neuroendocrine lung cancer, his wife, Carolyn Chapman, said. Mr. Chapman worked with NSA from 1966 until 2004, when he retired as a senior executive. His career included duty in the White House situation room, directing the State Department’s office of intelligence support. He led the National Security Operations Center at NSA and held two positions overseas, serving in England and Panama. He received a meritorious civilian service award and the direc-

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tor’s distinguished service medal. At Raytheon, Mr. Chapman was director of NSA programs in intelligence and information systems from 2006 until his death. Dennis Lee Chapman was born in Cleveland and grew up in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. He graduated from Michigan State University in 1966 and received a master’s degree in business administration at American University in 1971. He lived in Severna Park. He coached youth softball and soccer and was a former commissioner of a youth lacrosse league. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Annapolis. Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Carolyn Jarva Chapman of Severna Park; two children, Kristin Chapman of Annapolis and Jeffrey Chapman of Orlando; and two grandchildren.

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