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William Cave

William Cave

Monday, January 6th, 1936 Thursday, October 31st, 2019

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Obituary for William Earl Cave Sr.

William Earl Cave Sr. –William Earl Cave Sr, 83 of Hollywood Maryland, passed peacefully at home on October 31st, 2019. He was born January 6, 1936, in Washington D.C. The son of Cecil Cave and Mary Louise (Arnold) Cave. William graduated from Chamberlain Vocational High School, Class of 1955. Following graduation, he was hired on to work with Safeway Stores Incorporated. Where he remained Employed until his retirement after 32 years of Service. After graduation he married his high school sweetheart, Janet Arrington, and they settled in Maryland. They celebrated 64 years of marriage in March. William was a member of FELERA/UFCW Local 400. and served as a parade parent for the local Majorette and Drum Corps in the late 1960's. He enjoyed crafting country and blue grass music, reading the Sunday Paper and telling a good joke. He was a hard working provider for his family and treated those who were not blood related as if they were his own family. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased in death by his 2 sisters Dorothy Sauls of Prince Frederick Maryland and June Simms of Lusby Maryland, his Son William E. Cave Jr. of Waldorf Maryland and Daughter Colleen Thurman of Bekley West Virginia.. Surviving in addition to his wife, Janet (Arrington) Cave, are his daughter,Daryl Reyes, son David Cave, son Kenneth Cave and Wife, daughter Shelly Perkins and Daughter -in- Law Katie Cave., 23 grand children and 32 great-grandchildren. He was also uncle to 13 nieces and nephews and was a great Uncle to many. A Celebration of life will be held at Noon on Saturday January 4, 2020 at Chesapeake Ranch Estates Community Center. 20 Appeal Lane Lusby Maryland, 20657 from 1:30pm to 5:30pm. Those who wish to remember William in a special way may make donations in his memory by contacting Daryl or Shelly .

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Shelly Perkins

Daddy,
I had to do an art project for work this week. Its teamwork month. And as I sat working on it it reminded me of the time you had to do a display for your produce stand it was for California Oranges and grapefruits. I remember helping you look for a dead little sapling tree and helping you drag it in the house. and cutting dark orange and light orange circles and green leaves for days. and while I was riding home from where else dollar tree for a craft supply run it hit me. And as Mike drove us home I turned to him and said It just feels so weird to not have daddy to bounce my crafty ideas off of. there will be no more pinterest surprise messages with crafty things you thought I might like to make or things I hadn't yet seen that you had posted on your account. I will be using your roses to create spectacular art pieces you will be proud of. I will make ya proud Daddy. a piece of you will always be with me as long as I create and use the talent you gave me. I love ya and a miss ya. but im not gonna say Goodbye cuz I will see you again. I will see you in the garden each spring as I plant my flowers and veggies, in the summer when I watch the fireworks burst into the sky on my birthday, And in the fall in the cornstalks Halloween displays and each Thanksgiving as I prepare the family meal. and most of all in the winter as I craft the family Christmas gift to the family bake the Christmas cookies and watch the Christmas movies. You are so much a part of who I am. Thank you for loving me unconditionally. for your patience and gift of laughter. And I know you made good on that promise ya made me in that hospital bed. Love you!
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Shelly Perkins

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the greatest love story Thank you MedStar Saint Mary's Hospital and Hospice of Saint Mary's for the excellent care that you gave both of my parents. It is truly appreciated. I am proud to be part of the MedStar Family of health professionals.
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Shelly Perkins

It was an honor to care for you the last hours of your Life. You were and are the most important man in my life. You loved me unconditionally and were always there to route meon in all of my many ventures you supported me in my biggest trials in life and never let me give up on myself. You taught me to live life humbly and to always extend a helping hand when I could. to fight for my beliefs and to laugh in the face of fear. You had a beautiful heart right until the very end. I am proud to be called your daughter. I know the celebration up in heaven was a happy one with all of those who were sent before you . And I know you will be waiting with open arms when I come home to you again. Momma is in wonderful hands as we are all there to care for her. Rest easy Daddy. I love you a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck you are my greatest partner buddy and pal.I will continue to create beautiful art like you taught me. Sing a silly song when I have to and Cook and bake those famous treats you used to bake. Love your Baby daughter. Shelly
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Ken Cave Sr.

To all my relatives my dad would not want us to cry for him but celebrate all the years and great memories we had with him. He will truly be missed as he was a great man, husband, Father, father in law, grandfather & great grandfather we the family wish for him to rest in eternal peace.
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