Margaret E. KestlerTalbot Co. homemakerMargaret E...


September 12, 1993

Margaret E. Kestler

Talbot Co. homemaker

Margaret E. Kestler, 79, a Talbot County homemaker and member of the United Methodist Women of the Church, died Sept. 2 at the University of Maryland Medical Center as a result of a dissected aorta.

She lived in Catonsville for 23 years before moving to Neavitt, near St. Michaels, 17 years ago.

The Baltimore native was the daughter of the late Benjamin F. and Effie Goodman Bradley.

She was a member of the Neavitt United Methodist Church.

Services were conducted Sept. 4 at the Harrison E. Leonard Funeral Home in St. Michaels.

Mrs. Kestler is survived by her husband of 52 years, Paul G. Kestler of Neavitt; two daughters, Joan Yearick of Glen Burnie and Carole Hopkins of Herndon, Va.; two sons, Paul T. Kestler of Salina, Kan., and James B. Kestler of La Plata; and nine grandchildren.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the American Diabetes Association, 2 Reservoir Circle, Suite 203, Baltimore 21208.

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