Nevada Barbara Justice, 73, waitress and caregiver

April 21, 2005

Nevada Barbara "Bobbie" Justice, a retired waitress, died of cancer April 14 at Westminster Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. The Woodbine resident was 73.

Born Nevada Barbara Smith in Unionville, she attended Howard County public schools.

She worked at Tang's Chinese Restaurant on U.S. 40 near Ellicott City, the Woodbine Inn and, for more than 30 years, at the Double T Diner at Rolling Road and U.S. 40. She retired about 15 years ago and then became a family caregiver.

She was a member of the Westminster Moose, and American Legion Gold Star Post 191 and the Four Counties Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, both in Mount Airy.

Her husband of 46 years, Everett Eugene Justice Sr., a carpenter who had a Taylorsville fruit, vegetable and flower business, died in 2003.

Services were held Monday in Winfield.

Survivors include an adopted son who is a nephew, Gary Redmond of Westminster; a stepdaughter, Darlene D. Claypoole of Mount Airy; a brother, George Herbert Smith of Finksburg; four sisters, Jane White of Hanover, Ruth Geraldine Redmond of Parksley, Va., Carrie I. Ecker of Finksburg and Shirley Silvius of Reisterstown; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A stepson, Everett Eugene Justice Jr., died in combat as a Marine in 1970 in Vietnam.

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