Martha Mary  Waldorf's Memorial

Martha Mary Waldorf
(1943 - 1959)

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Name: Miss Martha Mary Waldorf
Nick Name: Marty
Gender: Female
Age: 15 years old
Lived: Thursday, 15 July 1943 - Tuesday, 14 July 1959

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Martha Mary Waldorf ("Marty"), born July 15, 1943 Milwaukee Wi.  Died Westminster, Md. July 14, 1959.  Her remains will be moved from Westminster to National Memorial Park, Falls Church, Va. on May 10, 2010, to be near her father the late Robert J. Waldorf.  Short memorial prior to planned internment at approximately 12:30 pm.  Check with cemetery for exact time. Beloved by her sister Helen and her mother Martha.  Martha Mary lived and attended elementary school and Jr. High in the Arlington and Falls Church area 1953 - 1957. She was a majorette in Mrs. Langlotz's Twirlers.  Contact hawaldorf@aol.com with wishes/intentions. 

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Biography

Fathers Name: Robert
Mothers Name: Martha
Siblings Names: Helen
Country of Birth: USA
Country of Residence: USA
Marital Status: Single
Religion: Anglican

Interests

Favourite Sport: Gym
Other Interests:
Majorette, gymnastics

Passing

Place of Passing: Westminster, Maryland
Date of Passing: 14 July 1959
Cause of Passing: Car Accident
Type of Funeral: Reinternment
Place of Burial: New Burial location: National Memorial Park, Falls Church, VA
Funeral Director: Kitt Hartzler, New Windsor, Md.
Funeral Location: National Memorial Park, Falls Church, Va
Funeral Date: 10 May 2010
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