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Agnes Leola Ewing, age 79, died at home in Timonium, Maryland on Friday, October 7, 2016. The cause was complications from lung cancer. Born August 18, 1937 in Omaha, Nebraska, to Agnes and William Miller, she grew up in Valley, Nebraska as one of twelve children. On November 5, 1954, she married Larry Larue Ewing. She lived in many different places -- including Champaign, Illinois, Stillwater, Oklahoma and Portland Oregon -- before settling in Baltimore County, Maryland where she raised four sons and spent years working in the capacity of volunteer or staff at Beans and Bread, Homewood House, Evergreen House, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, as well as, Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Student Faculty events. Aggie was a beloved matriarch over an extended family who cherished and loved her. She will be especially remembered for her generosity towards JHU students, friends and co-workers. Her tenacious spirit allowed her to face cancer with exemplary fearlessness. Aggie is survived by a sister Marilyn Serfass, brothers Frank Miller and Larry Miller, children Charles Ewing, Mark Ewing, Morgan Ewing, daughter in law Christine Ewing, grandchildren Lauren Ewing, Rebecca Ewing, Shannon Ewing, Barrett Ewing, Terri McDaniel, Megan Ewing, Preston Ewing, Erin Ewing, step grandchildren Max and Jessica Kleinman, great grandchildren, Emeline, Piper and Lucy McDaniel, Andrea Ewing, Dexter McPhetridge, Malaya Ewing, and step great grandchild Ariel Kleinman. Aggie was preceded in death by her husband, Larry, siblings William Miller, Jr., John Miller, Charles Miller, Mary Jo Love, Eleanore Behrendt, Rita Langdon, Mary Genevieve Miller, Coletta Oppliger, and son Matthew Ewing. Services will be held at St John The Evangelist Catholic Church.on Saturday, October 22nd at 10AM. The address is 13305 Long Green Pike, Hydes, MD 21082. Burial will be held in private. Relatives and friends are welcome to join with us at the Mass. A reception will be held in the church hall immediately following Mass. In lieu of flowers, we request that contributions be made to Saint Vincent De Paul Baltimore with program designation to Beans and Bread.
Published in Baltimore Sun on Oct. 13, 2016
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