Brice B. Long Sr.
1935 - 2021
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Brice B. Long, Sr.

Princess Anne - Brice B. Long, Sr, 85 died Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021 at his home here.

Born at Tusculum on Black Road near Princess Anne on Nov. 12, 1935, he was a son of the late Earl and Florence Baylis Long. Mr. Long was a 1954 graduate of Washington High School in Princess Anne.

He served in the U. S. Army Reserves from 1957 to 1963 and was a member of OT Beauchamp Post 94, American Legion in Princess Anne. He was a lifelong Farmer and a member of the Somerset County Farm Bureau.

He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Betty S. Long of Princess Anne, children, Brice B. Long, Jr. (Angie), Susan Hall (Sammy) and William Long (Bev), 7 Grand Children, 4 Step Grand Children, 11 Great Grand Children and 4 Step Great Grand Children

Also survived by his Daughter, Cindy Abbott, 2 Grand Children and 3 Great Grand Children, Sisters, Virginia Raymond, Evelyn Van Gin Hoven, (George) and Eileen Noble (Terry), Sister-In Law, Frances Long, Brother in Law, Mike Kulynycz, Uncle, Alton Figgs and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Late Grandson was Brice B. Long III, late sisters were Margaret Nickerson and Lorraine Kulynycz, late brothers were, Earl Long and Thomas Long and late Brother In Laws were, John Raymond and Nick Nickerson.

No services are planned.

Contributions may be made to: Princess Anne Volunteer Fire Company , 11794 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne, Md. 21853,

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Published in Somerset Herald & The Daily Times from Feb. 22 to Mar. 3, 2021.
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