Calvert County Times January 11, 2018 - Page 17

Thursday, January 11, 2018 Ashok Michael Kumar Agarwal Ashok Michael Kumar Agarwal, 63, of Huntingtown passed away January 1, 2018. He was born September 19, 1954 in Hyderabad, India to Poonamchand and Bhagirathi (Gupta) Agarwal. Ashok graduated from Osmania University in Hyderabad with a Bachelor’s Degree in Basic Engineering. He moved to the United States in December of 1977 and proudly became a citizen on June 15, 2007. Ashok graduated from the Uni- versity of Tennessee with a Master’s of Science Degree in Polymer Engineer- ing, the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign with a Master’s of Engineer- ing Degree in Material Engineering and Metallurgy and George Washington University with a Master’s of Science Degree in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering. He later continued his studies at Stanford University. Ashok married Nancy Lee Zerbe on January 15, 1999. He was the founder and president of the American Association of Big Data Professionals and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus as well as many other professional as- sociations. Ashok was an accomplished painter and was awarded by Indira Gan- dhi for his outstanding artwork. He was also a highly ranked tennis player in his 20’s. Ashok loved baseball and dogs and was an avid fan on the Washington Na- tionals. Ashok will be remembered as a very intelligent, friendly and enthusias- tic person who was always laughing and talking. Ashok is survived by his wife Nan- cy Lee Agarwal of Huntingtown, one grandchild, his mother Bhagirathi Agar- wal, sisters Suneeta Maheshwari and husband Anil of Fairfax Station, VA and Renu Gupta of Hyderabad, India, broth- ers Shishir Agarwal of Hyderabad, India and Vijay Agarwal and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements by Rausch Fu- neral Home. Thomas Allen “Tommy” Herritt, Jr. Thomas Allen “Tommy” Herritt, Jr., 38, of Annapolis and formerly of Chesa- peake Beach passed away December 31, 2017. He was born December 11, 1979 in Baltimore to Thomas Allen, Sr. and Peg- gi Ann (Blanton) Herritt. Tommy moved Calendars The Calvert County Times to Chesapeake Beach when he was 9 and attended Beach Elementary, Northern Middle, Plum Point Middle and North- ern High School, graduating in 1998. Following high school Tommy attended UMBC where he rowed crew and gradu- ated with a Bachelor’s Degree in infor- mation systems. Tommy held various IT jobs in government consulting including his most recent client NOAA since 2011. Tommy attended Chesapeake Church for 29 years and enjoyed all things tech- nology, Star Wars, movies, independent films, working on and testing video games and building Legos with his kids. Most of all he loved spending time and playing with his children. Tommy is survived by his children Benjamin Cottrill, Tyler Herritt and Ri- ley Herritt, parents Thomas and Peggi Herritt of Chesapeake Beach, siblings Sean Herritt and wife Alex of Jackson- ville, FL, Cara Randleman and husband Seth of Chesapeake Beach, Seth Herritt and wife Shannon of St. Leonard and Ja- cob Herritt and fiancé Marissa Romanek of Chesapeake Beach, niece and nephew Nora and Isaac Randleman, grandmoth- er Carolyn Herritt of Harrisburg, PA and former spouse Jennifer Clark. Memorial contributions may be made to Tyler and Riley Herritt College Fund, website: tylerandrileyherritt-1056999 Funeral arrangements were made by Rausch Funeral Home. Frederick Joseph “Fred” Hermann Fred passed surrounded by his loved ones peacefully on New Year’s Eve. He survives by his loving wife Jen Herrmann and four children, Carrie Herrmann and Mike O’Keefe (of Chesapeake Beach, MD) , Fred and Dee Dee Herrmann (of Washington, DC), Lara and Eric Glad- hill (of Long Beach, MD), and Samantha Herrmann (of Chesapeake Beach, MD). An amazing car fanatic, his career led to people of all capabilities to drive inde- pendently. He survives a long legacy in Calvert County including his grandfa- ther as the Mayor of North Beach dur- ing the late 1940s. He is also survived by A Tribute to the Loved One Whose Memory Lives On Forever in Your Heart Remembrances In Print & Online From The County Times 17 his three sisters, Marie and her husband Billy Steele (of Florida), Juanita and Pete Grosso (of Florida) and Katie and Ray Bietzell (of Maryland). Fred’s legacy of life also includes the pride of his grand- children – Fred Ackerman (of Chesa- peake Beach, MD), Darriane Gladhill (of Long Beach, MD), Emma O’Keefe (of Chesapeake Beach, MD), and Fred W. Herrmann (of Washington, DC). As a foster father with generous spirit and member of the Chesapeake Beach community, his family and friends are honored to celebrate his life on Saturday, January 6, 2018, at the Rod N Reel ball- room from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Memorial contributions may be made to Disabled American Veterans, 807 Maine Avenue SW, Washington DC 20024; Phone: 202-554-3501; website: Funeral arrangements were made by Rausch Funeral Home. Honor the memory of your cherished one by sharing the story of their life with friends, neighbors and associates here in the community. For details and to place your notice of remembrance, call 301.373.4125 for assistance. 301.373.4125