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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Queen Ester Duhart

1948 - 2021

Upper Marlboro, Maryland

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Queen E. Duhart was born on May 13, 1948 in rural Houston County, GA.

She was the sixth of nine children born to the late George W. Duhart, Sr. and

Hester A. Duhart.  She departed this fruitful life on Tuesday April 6, 2021 in

the Anne Arundel Medical Center, Annapolis MD.

 

She attended Houston County, GA public schools until her family moved to Utica, NY.  After moving to Utica NY, Queen was enrolled into the Utica public school system.  In 1966 she graduated from Utica Free Academy (UFA) High School.

After graduating from UFA, she attended Mohawk Valley Community College, Utica NY.  Queen continued her education by enrolling into Central State University, in Wilberforce Ohio, where she pledged Sigma Gamma RHO and graduated from Central State in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Library Science.  

 

Queen moved to Maryland in 1971 after accepting a position with the Montgomery County public school system.  During this tenure, she began her studies at Catholic University in Washington, DC and earned a MSLS degree in Library Science.  Queen retired in 2003 as a Media Specialist at Paint Branch High School after working 32 years in the public school system.

 

On June 20, 1976, Queen joined the Interdenominational Church of God (ICOG) under Christian Experience and received the Right Hand of Fellowship on

June 27, 1976.

 

The ministries she served at ICOG were:

 

            Chairperson – Recognition of High School Graduates – May 5, 1977/gifts

            June 2, 1977 and recognition of College Students -2003

 

            Served on the “Welcome to ICOG” committee – May 1978

 

            One of the overseers for the ICOG Weight Watchers Fellowship – May 1978

           

            One of the overseers for Piano Lessons at ICOG – March 1981

 

            Chairperson for ICOG Christian Library – October 31, 1982

 

Queen leaves to mourn five brothers and one sister; Ernest C. Duhart (Bonita), Mary Cross (Lawrence, Sr.), Eule E. Duhart, George W. Duhart, Jr. (Gloria), Roy L. Duhart and Edgar Sim Duhart (Sabrina), three godsons Paul and Stewart Pumphrey; Ithiopia Pierre- aka NJ; and a host of loving nieces, nephews and friends. Sister, Nancy and brother Julius preceded her in death.

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Rena A. Green

April 28, 2021 9:41 AM

Rena A. Green

April 28, 2021 9:34 AM

Queen,
May you continue to fulfill your purpose in Heaven as you did so richly here on Earth.  
Love, Your Cousin, Rena Green
Formerly of Chicago, Alexandria, VA, Presently Atlanta, GA

Regina Richardson-Morris

April 17, 2021 11:46 AM

Treasured with a Love beyond all feeling; missed with a grief beyond all tears. 
My condolences in the loss of your beloved sister.
With Love, cousin Regina Richardson-Morris
Jacksonville, FL

Kecia DuHart-Thompson

April 17, 2021 11:30 AM

I remember cousin Queen being amongst my group of 55 persons in 1997 celebrating my 10 year wedding anniversary. We sailed from Florida on a seven day cruise. We had such a good time. My dad Albert DuHart (her first cousin) along with his sisters Christine and Helen and their Aunt Florence. We enjoyed good food, dancing, music, and shopping. I remember coysin Queen buying Emerald jewelry. It was such a nice family memory. I look forward to seeing her in Paradise. When sickness and death will be in the past. Revelation 21:3,4. Sleep well Queen. Can’t wait to see you with my dad Albert, Aunt Helen, cousin Julius, Nancy along with Aunt Florence just to mention a few of our dear relatives.

Shirley Carswell

April 17, 2021 11:29 AM

Sincere condolences to the Duhart family on the loss of cousin Queen. May your memories of her beautiful spirit comfort you in the days ahead. 

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