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Punkin, February 2006

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Highlight for Album: Nathaniel Pershing
Nathaniel Pershing

Created on 07/21/2008, last changed on 12/06/2013. This album contains 1 item.
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Highlight for Album: Horses & Ponies for Sale
Horses & Ponies for Sale
Horses & Ponies for sale--some are owned by Leaky Creek others are owned by good friends.

Last changed on 05/19/2007. This album contains 22 items.
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Highlight for Album: In memory of John Pershing Smith II
In memory of John Pershing Smith II
John Pershing Smith II

November 9, 1973- July 21, 2009

Beloved Husband to Mary, Fantastic Father to Nathaniel, Faithful Friend to Many, First Class Firefighter

Forever loved- Forever missed- Love Always

John Pershing Smith, II, 35, of Rising Sun, MD, passed away July 21, 2009 at Union Hospital after a battle with melanoma. A lifetime resident of Rising Sun, he was born in Elkton, MD on November 9, 1973, the son of the late David Pershing and Ann McCardell Smith. He was 1991 graduate of Rising Sun High School. In 1990, he joined the Community Fire Company of Rising Sun and also worked as a dispatcher at the Rising Sun Police department. While with the Community Fire Company, he rose to the rank of Captain and was active in securing multiple grants for equipment and training. He was also on the committee for purchasing Truck 861, Rescue 871 and Engine 815. John began his career with the Annapolis Fire Department in August of 2000, graduating first in his class, and achieved the rank of firefighter first class. While with the Annapolis Fire Department, he was assigned to the special operations team and was an instructor for Annapolis recruit class number 1. He enjoyed cycling and was a strong supporter of the Lance Armstrong Foundation. John was an avid Baltimore Ravens fan. His first love was being a dad and will be dearly missed by family and his many friends. He is survived by his wife Mary and his son Nathaniel, both at home as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and other family.


Created on 09/09/2009, last changed on 07/26/2014. This album contains 326 items.
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New Photos
New photos are first posted in this section and then later may be moved to a different area or deleted.

Last changed on 07/26/2014. This album contains 1456 items.
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Highlight for Album: My Equines
My Equines
These are pictures of my lovely horses.

Last changed on 04/08/2014. This album contains 1634 items.
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Highlight for Album: Felines
Felines
These are pictures of my cats... they're lovely too!

Last changed on 07/16/2014. This album contains 403 items.
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