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1. Sue Shannon Obituary, Facebook Tribute – Death
Remembering Sue Shannon, a friend and past work colleague of ours (early 2000s), who passed away Saturday, in her 69th year, after a short illness. She will be remembered as a beautiful person, with a great sense of fun and humor. She had a great rapport with her clients and customers, many of whom became loyal devotees and she achieved great success in real estate through her good nature, commitment and hard work. Our condolences go to her family, she will be missed by many. RIP Sue, you were a wee gem. Source
2. David Paul Shannon Obituary of Parkville, Maryland – Death
David Paul Shannon of Parkville, Maryland passed away peacefully on Monday, August 29, 2022. He was eighty-seven years old. Dave was born in Washington, D.C. to the late John R. Shannon and Marguerite Cahill Shannon. He was a devoted husband of 62 years to his wife Judith Marie Shannon (nee Van Fossen); loving father to his daughters, Donna Shannon Kable and her husband Greg, Marguerite Willbanks and her husband Jeff, and Mary Beth Stapleton and her husband Gary, Sr.; doting grandfather of Gary Stapleton, Jr and his wife Erin, David Stapleton and his wife Gen, Daniel Stapleton, and Shannon Stapleton; and adoring great-grandfather to Marcus and Anna Stapleton.
Dave was also a loving brother to Jack Shannon and his wife Ruth Ann, and beloved uncle of David, Christie, and Katie; and dearly loved brother-in-law of Mary Ann Van Fossen, and her wife Sheila. Dave was a fixture at Calvert Hall College High School from 1966-2003. A true Renaissance man, Dave taught Social Studies and served as Defensive Coordinator for the Varsity Football team for 17 years. For many years, he served as the school’s graduation cantor at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. He was widely known for his beautiful Baritone singing voice, gracing stages all over the Baltimore area for decades in a wide variety of roles and productions. Source