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Thomas Douglas Chambers

December 28, 1953March 8, 2021
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"WALDORF - Thomas Douglas Chambers, 67, of Waldorf, MD, passed peacefully beyond our terrestrial extension of existence, Monday, March 08, 2021. 12:20PM.

Thomas was predeceased by his father, Roy Lee Chambers, his mother, Lois Chambers, & his elder brother, Robert Chambers. He is survived by his wife Hermelinda Chambers, & their two sons, Ryan & Nathanael. Additionally, survived by his two sons of his first martial union. Surviving siblings include David, Carolyn, Kenneth & Mary Chambers.

Tom attended Crossland High School. Graduated with the Class of '72. He procured the degree of Bachelor of Science at University of Maryland University College. Baptized in 2002.

Tom became the independent business owner of A-1 Professional Services, servicing the D.C. metropolitan area with landscaping assistance needs, alongside his Wife and Partner, Hermelinda. Tom met Hermelinda (Amy) in the Spring of 1984; married in 2000.

Pastimes of Tom included Chess, Scrabble, fishing, and cherished being by the water with loved ones, family & friends. In Tom's free time, he had an insatiable passion to build and was a Handyman at Heart. Tom was witnessed to kindly assist individuals in need within his realm and reach. Tom dedicated his remaining retirement years building a structurally secure foundation for his family's future.

Family hopes to reunite his essence with the Ocean City he ever so loved, in the coming Summer months, following his funeral.

Services are to be held at the Waldorf Seventh-Day Adventist Church on 03/19/2021, located at: 11245 Berry Road Waldorf, MD 20603.

Viewing will be held at 11AM. Funeral will be held at 12PM."

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, March 19, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, March 19, 2021

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Sherry Adams

March 12, 2021

When the Lord calls our loved ones home he leaves a gift of memories in exchange.
Rest In Peace Tom.

Thomas Adams

March 12, 2021

"Pop" . . There was so much that I wanted to tell you . . I didn't expect you to leave us when you did. COVID has affected so many families and people across this nation and the world.
Hopefully, we find a solution to eradicate this virus that has caused a worldwide pandemic.
I didn't get to spend much time with you, but you will be missed and loved.
I know you're in a better place now . . May you rest in peace. I love you and always will dad.
Your son, Tommy

Steve Helferd

March 11, 2021

Somehow, I knew him and I remember sparkling eyes and a constant smile- I hope that he kept them while on this earth-Priceless

Ron Thomasson

March 11, 2021

Tom & I met while catching critters in the creek that ran between Pop Shockley's & their property (We were elementary school age); A group of us, from Webster Lane, grew up together & remained friends throughout Jr High and HS. Tom & I loved the outdoors & fishing. We skipped classes more than a few times to drop lines at the lighthouse at Ft. Washington. I enjoyed netting herring & shad with he & his older brother Dave. It was cold, wet, dreary, miserable, & fun when we were young but the warmth of a campfire, a cold beer, & great company overshadowed it all as we aged. I am saddened you are gone & pray loved ones are comforted by our Lord's ministering angels...The Lord has prepared a special place for you, my friend. I can only imagine. I'll even bet there's a stocked pond with only, trophy bass...Save a spot & a rod for me when I come by & visit! Love ya, Bro!

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