Agnes Mae Seymore A Time to Be Born: Agnes was the fourth child born to the late Alonza and Martha Jones in Cambridge, MD on September 4, 1943. \n\nA Time to Love: \nOn August 28, 1971 at St. Luke United Methodist Church she married the love of her life, whom she met in the 5th grade, Tyrone Seymore. It was a wedding unlike any other in Cambridge, as they stood in the sunroof of a vehicle while waving to well-wishers who lined the streets and sidewalks. They were married for 42 wonderful years. Two children were born from this union, Tyra and Andrea. \n\nA Time to Live: \nAgnes attended Dorchester County Public Schools, where she graduated from Mace's Lane High School in 1961. Upon graduating high school she furthered her education at Bowie State College in Bowie, MD. While at Bowie she was very athletically inclined and was a star basketball player. She graduated from Bowie in 1965 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education and in 1972 with her Master's Degree. \n\nIn 1965 she relocated to Aberdeen, MD where she began her teaching career in Harford County Public Schools as a 2nd grade teacher at Bakerfield Elementary and 3rd grade teacher at Aberdeen Elementary and Deerfield Elementary until her retirement in 2002, after 37 years of teaching. During her teaching career Agnes was recognized for her various accomplishments, she was awarded second place in the Curriculum Activities Award Contest where she chose the activities entitled "The Black Hall of Fame" and the "Time Capsule". She had a passion for teaching and incorporated that discipline in every aspect of her life. \n\nAgnes was a private and mild tempered person who loved to give back to others. She NEVER raised her voice to anyone and always had a smile on her face. She was a giver and loved to help others succeed. She was an active participate in the American Cancer Society's, Relay for Life, where she was Co-Captain of the team Stepping By Faith. She proved how dedicated she was to the cause and to help raise money and awareness by walking overnight for cancer research. She was also a dedicated member and Secretary for over 25 years to the Mace's Lane Alumni Association; an organization that helps and provides monetary support to youth who want to attend college. She knew and understood the importance of a good education and wanted to help others reach their dreams. One of her organizations that she derived much pleasure from was the Red Hatter Society. She loved attending their events, she was especially proud when she received a pin, and she loved shopping for one of a kind Red Hatter accessories. \n\nAgnes loved to read and travel. She was fascinated with different cultures and never passed up an opportunity to expand her mind. She attended 2 Olympic Games, the '84 Olympics in Los Angeles, CA and the '96 Olympics in Atlanta, GA. She visited 31 states, numerous islands via cruise ships, and 10 countries accompanied by her beloved husband. Together they traveled to Mexico, Canada, England, Scotland, Wales, Germany, Belgium, France, Switzerland, and Italy. They walked hand and hand across The London Bridge, kissed at the top of the Eiffel Tower, and cuddled each other as they drifted down the streets in a gondola in Venice, creating a lifetime of memories. \n\nOne of her greatest love of all was the arrival of her grandchildren. "Mama" as she was called, loved her "Little Dumplings". She had a special bond with each of them and even composed a different and unique song for them. As she lay in transition her "Little Dumplings" surrounded her bed, polished her nails her favorite color (blue), sang their personal songs, and her favorite spirituals to her. No one could ever deny their love for her and her love for them. \n\nA Time to Serve: \nAgnes was introduced her to a Christian life at a very early age by her parents. She was christened at St. Luke United Methodist Church in Cambridge, MD and continued to worship there until moving away. In 1990, under the leadership of Rev. John T. Carter, Agnes and her family joined Eastern United Methodist Church (EUMC) in Baltimore, MD. As a member of EUMC Agnes served on the Usher Board, Christian Education Team (CET), the United Methodist s(UMW), and the Soup Kitchen. She also served in any capacity that she could, she was always willing to help those in need and Praise and Glorify the Lord. Even as her health began to fail she still attended meetings and workshops, she was dedicated Christian who loved doing the Lord's work. She loved her church, her Pastor, and her church family. \n\nA Time to Rest: \nAgnes passed peacefully to be with our Almighty God on Friday, November 15, 2013 at Johns Hopkins Hospital, in Baltimore, MD at 1:14 p.m., at the age of 70. She was surrounded by her loved ones with her favorite song playing in the background. \n\nShe leaves to cherish fond memories her loving and devoted husband, Tyrone Seymore: two daughters Tyra Meekins of Baltimore, MD and Andrea Scott of Laurel, MD; one step- daughter Loretta Lewis of Laurel, MD; two step-sons Gavin Milligan of Laurel, MD and Craig Milligan of Brandywine, MD; three granddaughters Breyonna (Bunny) Elbert of Baltimore, MD, Alexis Scott and Jayla Scott both of Laurel, MD; four grandsons Malik Elbert, Rashad Elbert, Keith Meekins Jr. all of Baltimore, MD and Jason Scott Jr. of Laurel, MD; two step- granddaughters Cierra Fisher of Baltimore, MD and Courtney Milligan of Princess Anne, MD; four step-grandsons Kyle Lewis of Glen Burnie, MD, Scott Lewis, Julian Milligan, and Jalen Milligan all of Laurel, MD; two step-great grand twins Raven and Remy Lewis of Glen Burnie, MD; two sisters Gloria Wongus and Veronica (Tootsie) Jones of Cambridge, MD; one brother Alonzo (Baldy) Jones Jr. of Cambridge, MD; two daughter-in-laws Renee Milligan on Laurel, MD and Deanna Milligan of Brandywine, MD; three son-in-laws Odis Lewis and Jason Scott of Laurel, MD and Keith Meekins of Cambridge, MD; four sister-in-laws Novella Camper and Marva Seymore both of Cambridge, MD, Charlotte Conyer of Baltimore, MD, and Ethel Seymore of Pleasantville, N.J. and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents Alonza and Martha Jones, sister Delores Jones, brother Charles Wongus, sister-in-law Nanzatter Ennels, and brother-in-law James Wongus.\n \nServices will be Fri., Nov. 22nd 1pm at Eastern UM Church 1429 E. North Ave. Balto. with a viewing two hours prior. Also Sat., Nov. 23 1pm at Bethel AME Church 623 Pine St Cambridge with a viewing two hours prior. Interment in Bethel Cemetery.