Wanda Jean Gamber

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Wanda Jean Gamber, 74, of Hampstead passed away on October 24, 2014 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Born November 5, 1939 in Clarksburgh, West Virginia, she was the daughter of Dewey and Glenda Davis. She was the beloved wife of the late Charles Mattison. Wanda lived in the Baltimore area for most of her adult life, working many years at the Double T Diner. She enjoyed volunteering and playing bingo at the Hampstead Senior Center for several years. But Wanda's greatest love was her family, especially her granddaughters and great-grandchildren. She loved cooking for friends and family believing that if someone walked into her home, hospitality meant feeding them. Wanda had the gift of friendliness; no matter where she went, people loved her. Wanda is survived by daughter, Deborah Jean Hammersmith of Hampstead, daughter and son-in-law, Dana Jean Hoffert-Kemp and Jim Kemp of Hampstead, granddaughter and husband, Jennifer Jean and Rob Dreyer of LaVale, granddaughter and fiancé, Shelby Jean Hoffert of Manchester and Sean Bare of Hampstead, and great-grandchildren, Madaline Jean, and Edison Dreyer of LaVale. In addition, Wanda is survived by three sisters, many nieces and nephews, and many she considered family. Wanda generously donated her body to the State of Maryland Anatomy Board. Donations in Wanda's memory may be made to the State Anatomy Board. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Published in Carroll County Times on Oct. 27, 2014
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