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Barbara Sprecher Obituary

 

Barbara Jean Sprecher, 73, of Huntingtown passed away April 1, 2019 at Asbury Solomons from complications of ALS. She was born January 14, 1946 in Hagerstown, MD to the late Charles David Sr. and Margarette (Steele) Betts. Barbara was a Navy wife and mother and a consummate shopper with extremely good taste. Barbara was the Meals on Wheels coordinator for central Calvert County for over 10 years. She was involved in 4-H with her daughter's and continued to support 4-H by registering projects in every fair in Calvert County until 2018. Barbara was a member of the Calvert County Council on Aging. She was the president of Emmanuel Church United Methodist Women and the president of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 85 for over 10 years. Barbara also volunteered at Calvert Churches Community Food Pantry, where she prepared bags of food for less fortunate county residents. Barbara was employed with Calvert County tourism at Chaneyville Road and Solomons Center, retiring in 21017

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Barbara is survived by her husband Robert Edward Sprecher, daughters Marsha Anne Smith and husband Timmy of Huntsville, AL and Heather Renee Wheaton and husband Dirk of Keller, TX, grandchildren Max and Huntter Smith and Drew Wheaton. She was preceded in death by her brother Charles David Betts, Jr.