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Jesse McNamara

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Jesse McNamara

Place of birth: Queens, New York

Religious affiliation: Protestant

Jesse William McNamara, husband, father, son, he was always ready with a joke or a smile. He lived in Frederick Maryland with his wife, the love of his life, Rian Lyn Watson. Together they raise four children, Camron Stone, Mason McNamara, Mackenzie McNamara and Charlie McNamara. He worked at Darcars Toyota of Frederick, MD 

Funeral Notice Detail

Jesse died peacefully in his sleep. He is survived by his wife, Rian Watson, and his children, Camron Stone, Mason, Mackenzie and Charlie McNamara. He will be missed by his parents, Russell and Caitlin Mossburg, his parents-in-law, Ben and Dawn Watson, his siblings, Luis and Brandy Bolton of Hagerstown, MD, Robbie and Casi Bolton of Martinsburg WV, Russ Mossburg Jr. of Westminister, MD, Erica Pringle of Myrtle Beach, SC, Lena and Ryan Mabe of Thomasville, NC, Joshua Sanchez and Amber Cottone of Tuscan, AZ,  Rebecca Mossburg and Ian Webb of Hanover, PA and John and Meagan Mossburg of Frederick, MD; brothers-in-law Adam Watson of Frederick MD, Jared and Kristen Watson of Charleston SC and Matthew Watson of Frederick, MD as well extended family Kim and Margaux Sawyer. He is also survived by and will be missed by many nieces and nephews and friends.  In lieu of flowers,please make monitory donation to YOLO One-love foundation, Inc. This is a nonprofit organization that assists with the cost of interring loved ones.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Brook Hill United Methodist Church

8946 Indian Springs Road

Frederick , MD 21702

On: May 16, 2018 — At: 2:00 PM

1 Response

  • Marie Gravesande On

    With empathy please accept my condolence for the loss of your dear loved one. In times of this nature, all of us need encouragement and comfort, how we appreciate those who lovingly offer it! When we are faced with situations so perplexing that we do not know what to do or say, prayer can be the key, the Bible says “the spirit itself pleads for us.” Then GOD, the “Hearer of prayer,” accepts our heartfelt prayers.-Psalm. 65:2.

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