OBITUARY

Mrs. Dorothea L Agnew

November 29, 1952April 29, 2021

On behalf of the family, we want to thank you for your kind sentiments during this time of loss. You may leave a memory or message of condolence by clicking the “Add A Memory” button below. Please continue to keep the family in your thoughts. If you have questions or for more information, please call the funeral home at (301) 622-2290.

Services

13 May

Visitation

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Hines-Rinaldi Funeral Home

Legacy

11800 New Hampshire Ave
Silver Spring, Maryland 20904

14 May

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church

12319 New Hampshire Avenue
Silver Spring, Maryland 20904

14 May

Interment

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

Gate of Heaven Cemetery

13801 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, Maryland 20906

Memories

Mrs. Dorothea L Agnew

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Mary Bailey

May 8, 2021

God bless you all. I remember many enjoyable times with Dotty when our kids were small.

Ruth Hornseth

May 7, 2021

Remembering Dottie.... we would sit with Troy and Dottie during the Issac Walton League monthly dinners and business meetings. Always lively conversation and she would share the title of a good book or a description of having a fun summer in Maine. Was missing them over the last years and hoped they had missed Covid. Dottie enjoyed her teaching at Montgomery Community College and her students and I shared my personal teaching tales with her. One evening we were entertained with a description of their crossing of the continent on the Trans Canada Railway.... what a trip! Later we talked of the huge sorting and giving away of things from their Maryland home as they prepared for a move to Florida. Since I grew up in Florida I was eager to hear about their new home and neighborhood when they came back to Maryland for a visit. I remember Dottie with her little oxygen tank and I so admired her strength of spirit to carry on with life and not let a set back keep her from enjoying all she could. May God Bless her and her family.

Jeanne McElroy

May 7, 2021

I have such warm memories of Dotty. She always brought a smile to me when she would come into St. John's and sit a couple of rows ahead of us in the transept. We occasionally would have a chance to catch up on the lives of our children. She was so proud of you two and spoke so lovingly of you.
I also think about our days together in Boy Scouts with such wonderful memories. I am picturing her now in her Scout Leader uniform. We had such fun times.
I will remember her always as such a warm, gracious, and exceptional person.

Tom Peterson

May 6, 2021

Alex, I'm so sorry about your mom, and I'm thinking of you so much right now. You've been the best friend ever, and I wish I could be there to support you now. Love you, man.

Susan Keen

May 6, 2021

Mrs. Agnew, I only had the opportunity to meet you once, at Alex's graduation party. But I remember the kindness you shared to all of his friends. You raised a wonderful young man - Alex awes me with his kindness, humor, and generosity every day, and we have remained close throughout the years, despite distance. You will be missed, and my thoughts are with your family during this incredibly hard time. LOVE YOU, ALEX.