Barry Wayne Wilhite

October 5, 1960September 3, 2018
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Barry Wayne Wilhite

On September 3, 2018 Barry unexpectedly passed away at home in Annapolis, previously of Edgewater. Barry was born in Annapolis on October 5, 1960 to the late Albert G. Wilhite Jr. and the late Willma C. Wilhite.

Barry enjoyed collecting Hot Wheels, working on cars and home improvements. He was member of Riva Trace Baptist Church.

He is preceded in death by his sister Kim Miller. Barry leaves behind his siblings, Albert G. Wilhite III, Dana and her husband Tim Neal and Tania and her husband Jeff Fissel along with his nieces and nephews Jillian Wilhite, Alexander & Robert Vargo.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, September 8th at Taylor Funeral Home, 147 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, Maryland. Visitation is from 12-2pm, Service will be held at 2 followed by a memorial gathering from 3-5pm. CASUAL CLOTHES ONLY

The family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society in lieu of flowers. Please leave a condolence in the online guest book for Barry's family. “GOD BLESS”


  • Visitation Saturday, September 8, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, September 8, 2018
  • Visitation Saturday, September 8, 2018

Barry Wayne Wilhite

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Steve Johnson

October 20, 2018

I miss how we always talked about cars as we grew up together and older together. He was one of my best friends, and my girlfriend and I loved having him over for pizza often,in Mayo, and we also had pizza with him at his apt for Easter in recent years. We loved him and we will miss him dearly. Our prayers go out to his family at this time. May he be happily in Heaven with his parents. May God bless his family.

David White

September 8, 2018

Good Bye Friend, Rest in Peace.

Vicky Young

September 7, 2018

The Wilhite kids and the Young kids were ' kissing ' cousins. Well no, not exactly. You see we were eleven cousins, close in ages, and we were together a lot. As I remember, our parents were very progressive thinkers ( at least they thought they were )
When a cousin became ill, that parent would send out the alert to the other cousins. That was cool...notifying everyone to keep away from the infected household, right ? NO, wrong, remember this was the 60's/progressive thinking.
Now, pay attention here cause it's where the kissing...almost comes into play. The next day, we all would get together. We were told to drink from the same glass. All 11 of us...just passing the cooties around. We hated it, it felt like we were being forced to drink poison. UGH ! But, in the 60's parents didn't worry about ' child abuse allegations ', so we had to drink as we were told to.
Chicken Pox-comin' through ...
Measles-you won't stop us ...
Mumps-we will survive
Why you ask? I believe it was so we would all be ill at the same time instead of taking months of passing it around one kid at a time. Regardless, it was a horrible idea that we hated, who wants their child sick ?
So Barry, thank you for sharing all u had with me. Rest in Peace Cuz
I remember seeing a picture of the Whilhite/Young kids all lined up by age in front of the Enchanted Forrest. Maybe who ever has a copy will post it here. We were a crowd to see.

Brenda Tate

September 5, 2018

Barry had a heart of gold and was a good friend. We are sorry for your loss.