Dubas, Michael C.

May 06, 2007

Michael C. Dubas, 91, of Peckville, died Friday morning at Green Ridge Health Care Center. His wife, the former Thelma Cromer died March 27, 2007 The couple was married for 65 years. Born in Jessup, he was the son of the late Kashmir and Mary Podrasky Dubas. He was a graduate of Johnson School of Technology, and was employed as a miner for a very brief time and then he was employed at the former Glenn L. Martin Corp. now known as Lockheed Martin, as a Quality Control Inspector. He retired from Crown, Cork and Seal in Baltimore, Maryland. He spent his childhood in Jessup before moving to Baltimore, and after his retirement he settled in Peckville where he lived with his wife for the past 29 years. He was a well known gardener and his many fruit trees were famous for the amount of apples, pears and assorted fruits that he passed around the neighborhood and surrounding area. Survived by two daughters; Judith Ripley, Owings Mills, MD. ; and Eleanor "Cookie" Dwonzyk and husband, Les, Nottingham, MD.,a brother, Frances, Jessup, two sisters; Eleanor Weston, Jessup and Agnes Carberry, Towson, MD. ; four grandchildren; James E. Ripley, Jr., Nicole Cogdiel, Michael Dwonzyk, and Leslie Burg, and six great grandchildren, Chance Cogdiel, April and Harrison Burg, Riley, Jason and Collin Dwonzyk, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by three brothers, John Dubas, Andrew and Joseph Cholish, and two sisters, Emily Venit and Mary Dubas. The funeral will be Tuesday from the Louis M. Margotta Funeral Home, 511 Church St. Jessup, with a blessing service in the funeral home at 11:00AM. Interment, Wednesday at 12 noon at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, in Timonium, MD. Friends may call Monday evening from 5 to 8 PM

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