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  DEANE MAURY  Born on February 16, 1930 to John and Edna Maury, died peacefully at his Bethesda home on April 6, 2018 after a long illness. Mr. Maury, a life long Washingtonian, is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Nancy Lawson Maury and four children, Matthew (Barbara), Elizabeth...

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Dean was a terrific guy and a lot of fun - successful and full of life...he will be missed!

Way back in the 70's, Deane's warm and caring spirit helped me tremendously when I was in great need. He was kind and loving and I'm sure he had no idea how grateful I was for his presence in my life. I will leave this earth being forever grateful for the gift of him. I am quite saddened to learn of his passing and wish I could be in attendance at his memorial. Unfortunately I will be out of the country. My most heartfelt condolences to his loving family and friends.

May the God of all comfort strengthen the family during this time of deep sorrow. Those who pass on, God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences. (Psalms 116:15

My photo of Deane & Matt at Redskins game, 2006

It was impossible not to feel happy in Deane's sunny presence. From the time he coached me in little league to the last time I saw him recently, he was simply a joy to be around. I used to compare Deano favorably to "Andy of Mayberry," because there was something both simple and humble, yet profound and heartfelt, about his advice and attitude. You will be greatly missed, "pal."

Deane - you were always the fun person at boring Embassy parties, and I shall for ever be grateful for your hand-holding during my first experience of selling a home. You will be sorely missed - rest in peace. Ruth

Dean, you alaway had a story or a classic line, like the time my father was hanging out the new tags for the Stuart and Maury Company Cars, the tags started with DNG, your comment was well Bill with TED (Ted Berry) being so dam Old and with your heart condition this is terrible they would give us tags that stand for Dam Near Gone. Well if theres a Real Estate Heaven I am sure you, my Father and Ted can resurrect that amazing friendship, bond and reunion that set real estate history your first...