Louis M. Peele

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LOUIS M. PEELE  

Louis M. Peele, 62, of Laurel, Maryland died Monday in the MedStar Washington Hospital Center from a massive stroke. He was the husband of Mimie (Chen, Min) Peele who was formerly of Taipei, Taiwan.
Louis was the sole proprietor of Peele Enterprises which included Tuxedo repairs and Peele Transportation. He was a licensed commercial driver and drove a school bus for Howard County.Born in Prince George's County, Louis was a life long resident of P.G. County. Louis was the son of Marvin B. Peele, Jr. and Mattie (nee Smith) Peele. Louis was an avid bowler and achieved a 300 game in March 2012 at the Brunswick Columbia Lanes, MD. In addition, Louis was a deer hunter and has his perfect 10 point buck hanging in his den. Louis donated blood regularly and was a member of the Ten Gallon Club at NIH. Additionally, Louis was a member of the Sheep to Shawl Team known as the Wolves in Sheeps Clothing. Winning numerous blue and red ribbons for the beautiful shawls created from immediately sheered sheep (within a 3 hour time frame).Louis and his fellow team members were featured in a television special from the Howard County Fair Grounds Wool Festival.
Louis is a graduate of Prince George's Community College. Surviving with his wife are his parents, Marvin B. Junior and Mattie Peele, Pam Peele-Massiah and Tony Massiah, Diana Peele Burgess and David Burgess, numerous nieces and nephews as well as great nieces and nephews. Predeceasing Louis was his younger brother, Leland Peele.
The family will receive friends at the Donaldson Funeral Home, P.A., 313 Talbott Avenue, Laurel, Maryland 20707 on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Services will be held in the funeral home chapel on Monday at 11 a.m. Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Laurel Volunteer Fire Company.


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313 Talbott Avenue Laurel, MD 20707
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Published in The Washington Post on Dec. 28, 2012
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