Pearl Jane Stull

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Pearl Jane Stull passed away November 16, 2016. Born in Howard County, January 15, 1934, she was the daughter of Charles and Pearl [Mullinix] Fleming. She married her husband of 64 years Leroy Claggett Stull September 20, 1952. Jane was a stay at home mom for most of her years. She volunteered in many community groups. She served as a Den leader in BSA Pack 827, Committee member, secretary, treasurer and coordinator of many fund raising events with BSA Troop 882. She was inducted into the BSA Baltimore Area Council National Pike District Hall of Fame. She served as Trustee, Secretary-Treasurer of Poplar Springs Community Hall Association. She was active in Sunday School and church at Poplar Springs U M Church serving as a Sunday School teacher, Sunday School Superintendent, President and secretary of Methodist Women. Chairman of church dinners, youth group leader, numerous committees, Secretary of Administrative council and President of the Trustees. She served as the Poplar Springs Cemetery Association Secretary for many years handling the maintenance work. She was a member of the Lisbon Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary since 1959. She served in many officer positions and was the current Chaplain. She was a Howard County 4-Her in her youth and a Howard County 4-H volunteer for 47 years. She served as the Poplar 4-H club Leader, county volunteer in Consumer judging events, food and clothing workshops, Howard County Fair indoor 4-H chairman, Maryland State fair, 4-H indoor volunteer and later on staff. She was Maryland's Representative to 4-H National Salute to Excellence and National 4-H Clothing events. She was inducted into Maryland 4- H All Stars and served as Assistant Big Chief and Scribe for many years. She attended many trainings and Regional Volunteer forums. She enjoyed judging youth projects in other county fairs and shows. She was the Howard County 4- H Program Assistant for 10 years until her retirement and received the Maryland Association of Extension 4-H Agents Paraprofessional Award. Jane enjoyed working with youth to help them grow and make their best better. Family events were important and she always enjoyed cooking for all of the holidays. She is survived by 5 Children- Richard Stull, Donna Haugh and husband, David, David Stull and wife, Stephanie, Kenneth Stull and wife, Angie and Laura Reifsnider and husband, Clint. Also, survived by Grandchildren Jeffery Stull and wife, Holly, Brian Haugh, Jennifer Hohmes and husband, Chad, Kyle Stull, Steven Stull, Kayla, Isabella and Emma Reifsnider. Great grand children, Haley, Braden and Delaney Stull and Ryan Hohmes. Step-granddaughter Christy Purdum, husband, Mike, and step- great grandchildren Caitlyn, Makayla and Joseph Purdum. Also, survived by sister Doris Keen and husband, Ralph of Greensboro, NC, and brother Howard Fleming and wife, Norma, of Mineral, VA. Predeceased by husband Leroy Stull and daughter in law Donna Stull. The family will receive friends on Monday 3-5 and 6-8 at BURRIER-QUEEN FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, P.A., 1212 W. Old Liberty Rd. Winfield, MD 21784(beside S. Carroll High)7 PM Lisbon Vol. Fire Dept. Ladies Aux. Memorial Service. Funeral Services Tuesday, November 22, 2016 11 AM at Poplar Springs UM Church, 915 E. Watersville Rd. Mt. Airy, MD 21771. Interment to follow in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Poplar Springs UM Church C/O 1878 Woodbine Rd, Woodbine, MD 21797.

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Burrier-Queen Funeral Directors, P.A.
1212 W. Old Liberty Road
Sykesville, MD 21784
Published in Carroll County Times on Nov. 17, 2016
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